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Interesting Letter Received Re: Chicksands Article

I just read your article online, about the woman who claimed to have seen a UFO around 1964/65.

I personally live close to the old base, in Cardington, and prior to hearing about this story, my granddad (who is someone who visited the base on a couple of occasions, passing through as a member of the RAF) claimed he had been told a story by a woman who worked at Southill sawmill, she said that a UFO had landed or hovered over the 'elephants cage'.

I don’t have any more information on that story but the main reason I was so intrigued is that around the Shefford area near Chicksands, myself and at least 3 others have been eye witness to strange lights in the sky, I know there is a flight path and an RAF base not far from this area, but Ive just seen and heard a few things now which make me very suspicious.

Only ever at night, I’ve not seen any radical movement from the lights, but they do not move like a helicopter or a plane, quite obviously.

They almost don’t move at all. I will regularly come down Southilll Road in my car and see these things from time to time.

I have asked for more answers on the Chicksands alumni about the base and any sightings, I thought the claim that other bases experienced this on the same day was very interesting, especially with the sort of technology they was in control of.

I’m only 22 years old myself but I am extremely interested in the secrecy of this topic.

Information that could be valuable I’m not sure, but my granddad mentioned that when he went to the base, he claimed to have seen the suits that would be worn in case of nuclear war to avoid radiation, perhaps lending to the idea that the base was more than it seems? I’m not too sure.

Americans spend an awful lot on their military equipment.

This last thought was quite random and I’m only speculating, but hear me out, it was said that when Nikola Tesla was alive he claimed to have made contact with aliens or something outer worldly via the use of frequencies, these global bases with elephants cages perhaps could attract UFOs in the same way Tesla supposedly made contact.

And the sight alone of an elephants cage would be very visible from the sky, and definitely a monument.

Your article was very interesting none the less and I’ll try and find some more answers on it