Episode 182: Philip Mantle UFO Landings UK

It’s a warm welcome back to UFO researcher, author and publisher Philip Mantle on this weeks show as we uncover some of the UK’s lesser known UFO encounters from history.

Philip’s new book has tens of fascinating cases that many people may not be aware of and we discuss some of my favourites from the book including a personal favourite case from 1961 when two teenagers see a strange whose occupant isn’t very friendly.

We meet a Dame who has no time for the MOD’s excuses, a family who have two encounters within a week, visit the former UFO hotspot of Warminster and much, much more.

There are so many brilliant accounts in the book, with witness statements, newspaper cuttings, photos and sketches, it’s a must have for anyone who loves UFO’s and Ufology.

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