This is an extraordinary story from the summer of 2009. The tall blonde beings the police officer witnessed are, of course, well know in UFO lore as the “Nordics”. This is a compelling case, if for no other reason than the chief witness was a police officer and that Colin Andrews took up the subsequent investigation. I have driven along this route many times myself and investigated a crop formation in a nearby field back in 2011 – there is certainly a profound energy about that specific location.
The paranormal activity that the police officer experienced in the days following his encounter – poltergeist activity such as rapping, a sense of a dark entity overshadowing him – is yet more evidence that we are dealing with an intelligence that operates just beyond the fringes of human perception, but which can manifest itself in a variety of different ways. Is the crop circle phenomenon a sign from an advanced inter-dimensional intelligence, or a cosmic joke perpetrated by the mischievous entities that writers like Keel warned us about?
I received a call from a contact within Wiltshire Police constabulary. I have
built-up a few friendly contacts due to my continual use of the Freedom of
Information Act to extract information of UFOs, and this police sergeant is
one of them. The contact, who doesn’t want to be named, was driving past
Silbury Hill early Monday morning (6th July 2009) when he saw three figures
in the formation there. At first he thought they were forensic officers as they
were dressed in white coveralls. He stopped his car and approached the
field. The figures were all over 6ft and had blond hair. They seemed to be
inspecting the crop. When he got to the edge of the field he heard what he
believed to be a sound not dissimilar to static electricity. This crackling noise
seemed to be running through the field and the crop was moving gently
close to where the noise was moving. He felt the hair on his arms and back
of his neck raise up. He shouted to the figures who at first ignored him, not
glancing at him. When he tried to enter the field they looked up and began
running. He said “They ran faster than any man I have ever seen. I’m no
slouch but they were moving so fast. I looked away for a second and when I
looked back they were gone. I then got scared. The noise was still around,
but I got an uneasy feeling and headed for the car. For the rest of the day I
had a pounding headache I couldn’t shift”.
The beings sounded not too dissimilar to beings Arthur Shuttlewood
encountered in Warminster, and the presence of the static electricity
running along the ground was documented in these encounters too. These
are interesting times…
Having driven the route with the officer several times, several things
became apparent: When we arrived at the location where he parked his car
(side of the road) he pointed to where the beings were, according to the
officer one was very near the brow of the hill, one was a few yards further
down in a different tramline, and one was about halfway down the slight hill.
So I asked the $64,000,000 question about the fact that the formation
couldn’t be seen from the road. His response was that he knew prior to
the experience there was a formation ’somewhere over there’ (he had
heard this discussed) and he ‘knew’ they had been in it. He ‘knew’ they
were inspecting the crop. When questioned how he ‘knew’ he said that
‘you know what day of the week it is, but no-one has told you, you
haven’t seen a calender, you just know’. Did he have some psychic
awareness? Was something communicated to him? This is a man who views
the world in the black and white of the letter of the law, this is a man
whose testimony can imprison someone, in my humble opinion he is not
taken to flights of fancy with metaphysical concepts.
After showing me where he tried to enter the field we drove to his home.
We drove the route, and relived the experience several times. The last
three times I timed the route, and asked him about how long each stage
of the experience lasted, and for the three journeys I timed we have a
five minute discrepency. Now, even allowing for a busier road (it was
Marlborough Jazz festival last weekend) and how quiet it would have been
the morning of the experience, the timings do not add up and I believe
we have five minutes missing time. As a clinical hypnotherapist I have
done quite a bit of work with experiencers over the years so I have got
quite adept at spotting missing time. His wife also verifies the time of
his arrival home on that day, and it tallies with my belief there is at
least five minutes missing time. At the moment the officer does not wish
to explore this missing time.
After the experience the officer suffered what he called poltergeist
experiences. Several electrical items began to malfunction and there
were strange knocks at the front door. When the officer answered the
door there would be no-one there. The officer felt he had brought
something home with him, several days after the experience he said that
he had felt a presence within his home. Sometimes, when walking out to
the kitchen, he said he saw in his minds eye a brief flash of a towering
black figure (approx 8ft) standing before him. These types of
experiences are quite common with experiencers.