An article has appeared in the Daily Express claiming to have solved the mystery of the Warminster "Thing". As I detail in the background links below, the small Wiltshire town of
subject to almost two decades of UFO and related phenomena in the longest
recorded flap in history. According to a newly-declassified Ministry of Defence
report, the experiences people related having in the local area could be
explained by meteors hitting the earth's atmosphere and not burning up
completely. They create "buoyant plasmas" that can stop a car engine
and even mess with the minds of witnesses. There's no real explanation for what
these buoyant plasmas are, but I think they're supposed to be an
electromagnetic effect. I'm surprised because it takes a very strong magnetic
field to interfere with the moving parts of a car engine enough to stop it. How
close did these meteors get to the cars? Source: http://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/696764/THE-WARMINSTER-THING-Has-UK-s-biggest-mass-UFO-sighting-case-finally-been-solved.
The good news is, as you'll notice, the article has embedded my own HPANWO TV
film on Warminster, UFO Disclosure 2015-
Warminster 50, see: http://hpanwo-tv.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/ufo-disclosure-2015-warminster-50.html.
Therefore readers will have a chance to see the other side of the story. I've
been contacted by somebody from the British UFO Research Association- BUFORA
who told me the Daily Express has
beached copyright. The picture of the red UFO electrifying a car was made by
the UFOlogy artist David Sankey for the Association and the paper should have
asked permission before publishing it. Future Warminster conferences will take place eventually and no doubt this clanger by the Express will be the source of much scorn
See here for background: http://hpanwo-radio.blogspot.co.uk/2016/06/programme-191-podcast-kevin-goodman.html.