Friday, 14 December 2018

UFO Landing in Beadle's About

Beadle's About was a highly controversial reality TV comedy from the 1980's and 90's. It led to its eponymous presenter, Jeremy Beadle, being branded a public enemy. The format of the programme was that an unsuspecting member of the public would be subjected to a practical joke while being filmed secretly with hidden cameras. Sometimes actors would be brought in to assist the mechanism of the prank. A typical example would be: a plumber with a nice new van would see his beloved vehicle destroyed by it trundling off a cliff or being stolen and crushed by rogue scrap metal merchants. Unknown to him, the vehicle was an identical replacement that had been switched for his own. The studio audience could be heard laughing hysterically in the background at the reaction of the participant, or should I say victim. Despite the fact that all the programmes broadcast were done so with retrospective permission from the butt of the joke, Beadle has been accused of sadism. See:

The most ambitious trick in Beadle's About came during its last season of 1996; and it is also the most significant from a HPANWO-esque standpoint. Interestingly I never watched this at the time and I only heard about it after I was contacted last week independently by two different people. The scene had a budget of £50,000 and needed to cooperation of the police, armed forces and emergency services. A policeman who knew the subject personally was recruited to assist in the stunt. Janet Elford is a farmer's wife who lives in a small village in Dorset. She arrived home one evening to find the local bobby she knew waiting for her at the entrance to a cordon. A large area, including her home, had been sealed off and was occupied by men wearing uniforms and NBC suits. The policeman reassured Mrs Elford that her family were safe, but a strange object from space had crashed in her garden. A huge crater was sunk into the ground and a strange irregularly shaped object lay at the bottom of it with smoke coming off it. A group of actors pretending to be government scientists then ask Mrs Elford questions about "meteorite activity" in the local area and one of them asks if she has any musical abilities and she replies in the affirmative. They then persuade her to sing to the crashed object. There is a small explosion on the UFO and then a grey alien rises out of the top of it to Mrs Elford's alarm. The alien is a rather crude dummy and the audience roar with laughter at the sight of it; but Mrs Elford, in her shocked state of mind, does not notice how unrealistic the prop is. She asks in a tremulous voice: "What do you want?... What do you want from us?" The alien makes an unintelligible noise as a reply. The alien model then descends back into the UFO and Mrs Elford says: "Where are you going? Please come back." When she asks: "Do you want a cup of tea?" it reappears. She asks the alien if it's hungry and whether it can nod its head. Beadle then enters the scene dressed as an alien and, in his trademark fashion, produces a portable microphone, letting the subject know that they have been had. Mrs Elford then recognizes him and dissolves into embarrassed merriment. See: Nobody has ever reacted angrily at these moments and also nobody has ever guessed that they are on Beadle's About before the reveal. I have no doubt that this stunt was produced from top to bottom for entertainment purposes only. The team behind it, such as the producer Clive Doig, have a curriculum vitae than runs through the more innocent end of the media. Despite this, it is possible that other parties might have watched the skit carefully for other purposes than a primetime giggle. As I have discussed regularly on HPANWO there are elements in authority who know very well that real aliens exist and that sometimes their craft do land or crash on earth, see background links below. There have been many real events just like the comedy charade designed for Beadle's About; the most famous is the Roswell Incident of New Mexico USA in July 1947. The way the public react to them has been a source of major psychological study. I suspect that the 1938 radio docudrama War of the Worlds might have been used in this way, see: It is perfectly possible that this episode of Beadle's About has been studied by covert government psychologists. They want to know how ordinary people would react in a real situation like this. Sometimes they do more than just wait for useful opportunities; they create them, especially when it comes to young children, see: Are they preparing the ground for real Disclosure? I'm very internally divided about that. Maybe they are trying to design methods of keeping the lid down on an accidental release of information that they do not want declassified. Either way, it is clear that even the most harmless frolics of light entertainment can be co-opted for a sinister purpose.

Wednesday, 12 December 2018

UFO over Hull

There has been another significant UFO sighting in the northeast coastal area of Great Britain, see background links below for the previous case. A strange object was seen by several people in Hull on Monday; it was widely discussed on Facebook. It was described as being like an aeroplane, having a short body with no wings or tail. Sounds like a cigar-shaped object. In one instance, it hovered silently in the air somewhere above the vicinity of Preston Road. It flew away too quickly for the witness to video record it. There were other reports the same day and the authorities appear to have taken them very seriously. The Royal Air Force scrambled two Typhoon fighter jets from RAF Lossiemouth in the northeast of Scotland. These aircraft were armed with a new kind of air-to-air missile called Meteor. Source:, and: The Ministry of Defence is not saying anything about what kind of "unidentified aircraft" this quick reaction alert was all about. There have been several incidents in the last few months where Russian aircraft have flown close to British airspace and this could be another of those. However, in the other cases this information was released publicly; this time it has not. I suspect there may be a connection to the UFO seen over Hull. Something similar happened two and a half years ago and the government made up an excuse to hide the real reason for the operation, see the background links below. Aerial interceptions of UFO's are quite a regular occurrence and a large proportion of government files on UFO's concerns these incidents. They date back to 1932 when the Swedish Army Air Corps took off to investigate sightings of "ghost rockets" flying over Scandinavia. A pilot was once killed when his plane crashed during an interception of a UFO in January 1948. The official report said Capt. Thomas Mantell had fallen unconscious from altitude sickness while chasing a balloon. The skeptics love their balloons! This sounds rather like the lost airliner cover story from the 2016 Yorkshire case.

Monday, 10 December 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on KCOR's Exploring the Bizarre 5

I have been interviewed again on the Exploring the Bizarre show on the KCOR Digital Radio Network with Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz. See:
Also see here for an illustrated YouTube version: (coming soon).
My fellow guest is Michael Schratt. We discuss the secret space programme, cattle mutilations, Bigfoot inside UFO's and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on Exploring the Bizarre:

Sunday, 9 December 2018

The Mind Set Podcast Programme 331

I have been featured on Programme 331 of the Mind Set Podcast.
Subjects discussed include: the film Bob Lazar- Area 51 and Flying Saucers, smart-phone spying, riots in Paris and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on The Mind Set Podcast:

Saturday, 8 December 2018

What's Wrong with UKIP?

A few days ago Nigel Farage announced on his LBC radio show that he was resigning from the United Kingdom Independence Party, see: Despite being off the executive table, Farage has remained a highly influential character within the party because he was its most significant and long-lasting leader who took them right up to the 2016 EU membership referendum. His resignation has caused what Australians would call "a major drama!". He announced on his show that he was quitting because of a clash with UKIP's current leader, Gerard Batten, over Batten's appointment of the former English Defence League leader Tommy Robinson as an official adviser on the child grooming scandal. UKIP has been through a radicalization process in the last few months. There was a brief internet vogue among the anti-SJW YouTubers like Sargon of Akkad and Paul Joseph Watson for joining up. Farage has objected to the shift and wanted the party to remain on the centre right. Batten has defended his decision to work with Tommy Robinson, see:

What's interesting about the above interview is that the subject of Brexit does not come up until almost two thirds of the segment is over. In fact Gerard Batten asks if he can talk about Brexit earlier in the discussion and the reporter refuses. By the time the subject is finally raised, the attention span of the viewer will be safely weakened. What Batten says then is absolutely correct and it matches closely what I have been saying since 2016, see background links below. Ever since the Leave vote won, the government has been desperately looking for a way to escape honouring the result while hiding the fact that they are actively doing so. It is now very obvious that the Brexit process was deliberately set up to fail. Scaremongering news stories and spanners in the works have both contributed to Britain's weary trudge towards independence grinding to a halt. Theresa May's deal is a terrible proposal and it is meant to be. It has accurately been called "Brexit in name only" and displays a suicidal attitude to the nation's wellbeing. It scraped through the cabinet and European Commission summit, but will probably be rejected by the Westminster Parliament. If and when that happens then Brexit goes back right to square one. Either possibility looks equally bad. The government have just been forced by the high court to publish the attorney general's legal options and these include cancelling Article 50 altogether and keeping Britain in the European Union. This would be after the long-predicted second referendum; that is now looking increasingly likely. The energy of the public is waning and in such an eventuality the Remain vote would definitely win. The government would also be careful not to repeat the mistakes of 2016 and would work harder to rig the polls. That is the staged dilemma the government have given us and who is there to stand up to them? What has Nigel Farage been doing about this? Well, he has actually been supporting the idea of a second referendum, see: And at present he is goading UKIP members to fixate obsessively on a matter of internal policy; while all this time the very moment UKIP was created for is underway. Farage should be actively exposing the government as they run through the ins and outs of Brexit in the House of Commons. There is now no doubt that Nigel Farage is either a madman or a government stooge, probably the latter. Caroline Stephens is an ex-member of UKIP and has been working independently to blow apart the wall of lies behind which the British people are being betrayed; see: and: Nobody knows for sure what will happen next; however, it is clear that what conspiratorially-aware analysts predicted is definitely the road we're on. The government are on track to sabotage Brexit and nobody in mainstream politics is there to stop them. Anybody who thought UKIP were the people to do that will be very disappointed. I'll do another update when there is more news.

Friday, 7 December 2018

Ben Emlyn-Jones on the Kev Baker Show 41

I have been interviewed again on the Kev Baker Show (aka MrGlasgowTruther) on Truth Frequency Radio, see here for the podcast:
And here for the illustrated YouTube version:
Subjects discussed include: the new film about Bob Lazar, the secret base Pine Gap, David Icke on tour and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on the Kev Baker Show:

Tuesday, 4 December 2018

Bob Lazar- Area 51 and Flying Saucers

Apart from Capel Green, probably the most anticipated UFO documentary of our current time is Bob Lazar- Area 51 and Flying Saucers, directed by Jeremy Corbell and produced by George Knapp and Jim Martin, see: The launch of the film was very dramatic. It premiered on the 3rd of December 2018 at the famous Ace Hotel UA Theatre in Los Angeles USA, built by Charlie Chaplin. My friend and Mind Set Podcast host Gareth Davies went to watch it; see here for his report (coming soon). The film was released onto ITunes, Vimeo and numerous other platforms the moment the premier had finished. Unfortunately that means the middle of the night for me, but I watched it as soon as I got home from work today. Documentaries have become more artistic and elaborate over the history of cinema and this one certainly worked hard on being visually stunning, with good graphics and camerawork. There was a lot of suspense too. The story didn't detail the background of Robert S Lazar and it was assumed that the viewers were familiar with this, one of the most famous cases in conspiratorial UFOlogy. In the background links I provide my own assessment. The film includes a recording the first ever interview with Lazar in May of 1989 on local television in Las Vegas; his face blacked out to protect his identity. After telling his initial tale, Lazar went quiet for many years, only resurfacing briefly in 2014 for the twenty-fifth anniversary of his revelations, see: He is a very shy and secluded man which makes Corbell's documentary an exclusive. The narrative focuses more on Lazar's personal life than the technical side of his publications; the latter has already been meticulously related and can be found everywhere you care to look. It shows Bob at home and at work in the laboratory of his scientific company. Bob loves science and engineering. In almost every scene he is wearing a science themed T-shirt. Every since he was a child he has been building machinery such as a jet-propelled bicycle. At the time he went to work at Area 51 he had already put together a particle accelerator in his bedroom. To use American slang, he was the ultimate "geek". There are candid interviews with Bob's mother, his wife of eighteen years, Joy; and one of his employees. It seems, as they say in the film, the better people know Bob the more likely they are to believe him.

There are many other reasons to believe Bob Lazar too. He talked about several items of technology that were originally secret but have since been declassified, such as an electronic security lock that scans a person's hand. He has also passed four separate polygraph tests. He eagerly wanted to do another for Corbell, but in the end the director decided against it; however he showed no reluctance. There's a parallel here with the Larry Warren situation. Bob Lazar has been controversial within the UFO community and many individuals within it have denounced him as a fantasist. The most notable of these detractors is Stanton T Friedman, somebody everybody in the community respects. Friedman's sceptical attitude comes from research he did into Lazar's educational record. However Bob Lazar insists that he studied for qualifications and those records were deleted. Seeing that it is now proven that he did work at the Los Alamos National Laboratory that makes sense. It is not an institution that recruits school-leavers. He must have gone to university somewhere. Corbell also found somebody who knew Lazar in his youth who used to give him lifts to his classes at the California Institute of Technology, a very high-level training institution. Richard D Hall, who is an electrical engineer, has stated publicly that Bob Lazar talks like somebody who has been scientifically trained, see: In fact Richard has coined Bob Lazar's name as an adjective for anything he considers bizarre and out-of-this-world. It also turns out that the US Department of Energy really does have a facility with the name "S4", however they won't say what it is. The most interesting vindication comes from Lazar's discussion of "Element 115", what he called "Ununumpentium". Many years later in 2003 a new element was discovered at a laboratory in Dubna, Russia which was listed on the periodic table as number 115. It was named "Moscovium (Mc)" after Russia's capital city. However the scientists that discovered it describe it as having very different properties to those related by Lazar. It is highly radioactive and unstable. The longest half-life they can get from it in 0.8 seconds. Lazar describes 115 as metallic and used as a source for gravity waves by the extraterrestrial builders of the "sport model" flying saucer. However, there is already work being done to stabilize Moscovium; and if we can do that ourselves, why shouldn't the aliens have cracked it? Interestingly Lazar claims he was consulted by these Russian scientists for advice! After the initial threats to his life and that of his family, government attention towards Bob Lazar continued at a lower key, but still persistent level. An incident happens even during the production of the film. I really enjoyed Bob Lazar- Area 51 and Flying Saucers. It leaves no doubt at all that Bob Lazar's story is very credible indeed. As Jeremy Corbell says, the detractor faction has had the spotlight for too long; this film is where Bob Lazar and his supporters take the microphone off them.
I go into more details in this HPANWO TV livestream:

Monday, 3 December 2018

60% of Britons believe in Conspiracy Theories

It seems that I am a small vocal tip of a huge silent iceberg. A recent study carried out by Cambridge University, described as the most comprehensive examination of conspiracy theories ever conducted, has made a remarkable discovery. Belief in conspiracy theory affects a large proportion of the population and in many countries that proportion is a majority; including my own, the UK. In Britain sixty percent of people believe in at least one conspiracy theory. The most prevalent individual conspiracy theory is that the government is downplaying the number of immigrants living in the country; a full forty-seven percent of Britons believe that. I was pleased to see that the second most popular was that of what could be described as the Deep State. Forty-four percent of Brits answered "agree" to the statement: "Even though we live in what's called a democracy, a few people will always run things in this country anyway." Actually, that's quite noncommittal language; and lot of these axioms vary in responses depending on how they are worded. For example on the subject of 9/11 conspiracies, if you say: "Did the American government stand back and allow Osama bin Laden to carry out the 9/11 attacks?" you will receive a much higher yes-score than if you say: "Did the American government carry out the 9/11 attacks and bin Laden had nothing to do with it?" Nevertheless I feel encouraged. Also seventy-six percent, over three quarters, said that they badly distrusted senior politicians. Other countries delivered different results. Sweden seems to be the most conspiratorially unaware with a score of fifty-two percent; yet in Hungary it was eighty-seven percent. What is most noteworthy about this research is that is has revealed differences along voting lines. All statistics of conspiratorial belief in the USA and UK were considerably higher among Trump supporters and Brexiteers. Those who voted Remain or for Hillary Clinton are significantly more skeptical. The researchers claim that there are many political similarities between Trump-voters and Leave-voters and they've coined the very droll term: "transatlantic conspiratorial axis". Other very widespread conspiracy theories are that immigration into the United Kingdom has the covert intention of making the country predominantly Muslim, climate change is false and was made up to deceive the people, the medical authorities are lying about the harmful side effects of vaccinations and that there is an international plot to rule the world secretly, regardless who is in control of individual countries. Source:

I was disappointed by some of the revelations in the study. Some conspiracy theories that I think are very real and vitally important are less widely accepted than the main ones. Only eight percent believe that human contact with aliens has been hushed up, see: For the HIV virus being manmade, that is a mere four percent, see: No doubt researchers such as Rob Brotherton and Prof. Karen Douglas will be interested in these findings, see background links below. So if the majority of people believe in conspiracy theories, why do I feel so unusual and isolated? Why do other people, even close family members, regard me as so eccentric and off the wall? Perhaps the difference with me is that I believe in multiple conspiracy theories and that I also am more outspoken about them. It's possible that many of the subjects of this research project never let their ideas leave their heads before the day took part. The challenge for the Truth movement therefore may be less the sharing of information and more encouraging the general public to act on the information they already know.

Sunday, 2 December 2018

The Mind Set Podcast Programme 330

I have been featured on Programme 330 of the Mind Set Podcast.
Subjects discussed include: the upcoming film Bob Lazar- Area 51 and Flying Saucers, Robert Anton Wilson meets Dr Jordan Peterson, George HW Bush dies and much much more.
See here for my previous appearance on The Mind Set Podcast: