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Left at East Gate: A First-Hand Account of the Bentwaters-Woodbridge UFO Incident, Its Cover-Up and Investigation epub ebook

by Warren & Robbins

Left at East Gate: A First-Hand Account of the Bentwaters-Woodbridge UFO Incident, Its Cover-Up and Investigation epub ebook

Author: Warren & Robbins
Category: Occult & Paranormal
Language: English
Publisher: Da Capo Press (October 8, 1998)
Pages: 512 pages
ISBN: 1569246688
ISBN13: 978-1569246689
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 884
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Close to the end of the book Robbins offers a weak excuse for not pinning Halt down.

Close to the end of the book Robbins offers a weak excuse for not pinning Halt down. Regarding contributions to the book, Warren was the person who had the experience in Rendlesham Forest. Robbins is an investigator and a writer.

Left at East Gate book. Left at East Gate is not poorly written. Coauthor Peter Robbins is a professional writer

Left at East Gate book. Air Force Security Officer Larry Warren and several. The e, or Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident, as it's variously known, is considered the "Roswell" or non plus ultra of British UFO cases. It was experienced by a large number of military and civilian witnesses. And yet, for years, almost nobody in that pool of eyewitnesses had the courage to come forward. Coauthor Peter Robbins is a professional writer.

This book was removed by the publishers 'Cosimo' at the end of 2017 because of proven lies by Warren. Peter Robbins also publicly disassociated himself from Warren because of those proven lies.

In December 1980, Larry Warren was a member of the Air Force security police stationed at RAF Bentwaters .

In December 1980, Larry Warren was a member of the Air Force security police stationed at RAF Bentwaters, a NATO base in Great Britain. On the night of the 28th he was on guard duty when he was taken by truck to join other Air Force personnel to investigate a disturbance in a Rendlesham Forest about five miles away, which turned out to be a landed UFO. This was the third night of UFO activity in the area and by far the most profound. This remarkable story, told with the help of investigative writer Peter Robbins, was the basis of the Sci Fi Channel's documentary UFO Invasion at Rendlesham and the History Channel's.

On the night of the 28th he was on guard duty when he was taken by truc.

Thank you for your patience and support in this ambitious endeavor. The first of the UFO Truth Magazine lectures,with opening discussion between Larry Warren and conference host Gary Heseltine Rendlesham added a new photo to the album: RendleFans.

Warren, in turn, blasted Nick Pope, former head of the British government's 'UFO desk', for siding with Robbins.

Recounts a UFO sighting on a military base in rural England and argues that military authorities have taken part in a coverup
Reviews (7)
Rrinel
Whether you believe Larry Warren's account of events surrounding the Bentwaters indcidents or not, this book makes for interesting reading.
According to Larry, he's had contact with ETs since he was a child. Bentwaters was just another example. But what an example. This book deals with the before, during and after of an incident that occurred around Christmas 1980, when a UFO supposedly crashed in Rendelsham forest next to a US airbase containing nuclear weapons. The UFO and entities contained therein were observed at close quarters by a number of American servicemen, Larry being one of them.
This book is, of course, just the version given by one person and thus, cannot be taken as a definitive account. Indeed, as other reviewers have pointed out, Larry was interviewed by Georgina Bruni for her book on the subject and she found herself frustrated by his ever-changing account of events.
Whilst it's true that something strange went on in Rendelsham forest on Christmas 1980, it may be a long time before we find out the whole truth. This book, though, may give you an idea of what went on.

Wetiwavas
This is a well written account of England's most definitive (that I know of) UFO case. It is a long book and sometimes gets a little bogged down in recounting details of Larry Warren's that just weren't all that interesting or, in my opinion, pertinent to the story of the sighting and it's ramifications on the key witnesses involved. That said, the research seems very thorough and well organized. I would say this a book that is more geared for the hardcore UFO nut (like me!) rather than someone who just wants the basic facts in the case.

Hasirri
Coauthor Peter Robbins sums it up nicely in the last three sentences of the book. "This story is far from over. In fact, it's just beginning to get interesting. Believe it, my friend." And with that the book quits, it doesn't end, it just quits. In fact it quits before the end several times. Like when Bud Hopkins is regressing Larry Warren about his abduction to an underground base. The book talks a lot in several places about this experience, and when the reader gets to the regression and thinks, "now, I'm going to find out the truth," Larry says he doesn't like this and wants to get out of this mode. So Hopkins brings him back and says they'll go further another time, which of course they don't.

Lieutenant Colonel Charles I. Halt claims to have a different version of Warren's service records which indicated Warren wasn't even on the base at the time of the incident. After numerous telephone conversations they go to all the trouble to set up a meeting with Halt in Washington, DC, to show Halt Warren's copies of his service record, and then never ask Halt to see the version of Warren's service records that he had received from his government inquiries. This seemed inexcusable for a serious investigation to me. Close to the end of the book Robbins offers a weak excuse for not pinning Halt down.

Regarding contributions to the book, Warren was the person who had the experience in Rendlesham Forest. Robbins is an investigator and a writer. Both authors contribute chapters to the book; Robbins' contribution is all printed in italics making it somewhat difficult to read. The two writers at times give two views of the same event.

A lot of the book deals with their experience in writing the book, and the impact that the event and the book had on both of their lives, and the lives of their families and friends. While interesting at times, it contributed little toward presenting their story and explaining what occurred in Rendlesham Forest in December of 1980.

The book is really unique in that much of it is direct, unedited transcriptions of recordings made of individuals that Robbins had interviewed or had conversations with. Some if the dialog doesn't make sense and reading it is really tedious.

The book talks about the audio tape that Lieutenant Colonel Halt made during the third night's close encounter of the third kind, and since the reader has to plod through transcript after transcript of other tape recordings, one would assume that the bomb shell will be the transcript of Halt's tape. Alas, it never happens. No transcript, only Warren's recollection. Disappointing.

A little more editing might have made the book flow more smoothly, but it is easy to follow.

On the positive side this book is probably the best, most detailed, albeit somewhat fragmented, account of the Bentwaters - Woodbridge UFO incident that I have read so far, and a lot less expensive than Georgina Bruni's, "You Can't Tell the People" ($49.99) or Sir Peter Horsley's, "Sounds from another Room" ($26.37), both of which are said to address the subject.

As Warren relates the incidents he does so in a manner that takes the reader along through the experience with him. There are parts of the book that move rather slowly, but also many parts where you can't lay it down, and there is no doubt that Airman Larry Warren experienced something extraordinary that night in December 1980. Something real, tangible, and significant happened that night, the craft observed was not known to local British or American military authorities, and that the governments of both nations have stifled all attempts obtain information, explain the incident, and to honestly inform the public about exactly what took place.

Sadly there is no single explanation for the incident. No answers, no smoking gun, no exposure of the reason for the cover-up, only more questions, and more apparent cover-ups, to which readers of UFO literature should have now become accustomed. I would really like to know however, why Deputy Base Commander Lieutenant Colonel Charles I. Halt chose not to write the forward to the book.

The book has numerous black and white pictures and several sketches, and if the events related here are true, the book represents a very important work about an event that rivals Roswell in importance, and deserves an even more in depth study.

If you enjoy reading and searching for the truth on this subject, "Left at East Gate" is a worthy addition to your library.

Jek
This is the best book I've read about the Rendlesham case. Besides containing a great first-hand account of the incidents, it is full of historical data and information detailing physical data from the case.

Ces
possibly made up material. research for yourself before buying.

lubov
A bit long winded and wordy, but the overall story is one I have been interested in for some time and one I think it may have produced some of the most convincing evidence as of yet to our planets interaction with beings from another dimension or planet, and one that also sheds light on the ability of the governments of our world to cover up anything that they do not believe is suitable for civilian knowledge. Definitely an interesting read, but requires some patience at times :)

Nahn
Fairly well-written, needed to include a more diverse representation from those of us who were there, and well represented the facts as the writer experienced them. FYI...I was one of the SP's that was involved.

For anyone with the slightest interest in the UFO phenomena, this is a fascinating book. Once you start reading, you will find yourself not wanting to put it down and scrambling for the other books that are referenced through this story. Something happened that year, it's up to you to decide what.

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