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Dogs 'mysteriously fall ill after being walked in notorious UFO hotspot dubbed UK Roswell'

ALIEN visitors have been held up as one possible causes of sickness in dogs being walked at a notorious UFO hotspot that has been dubbed 'UK's Roswell'.


PUBLISHED: 17:48, Thu, Oct 22, 2015 | UPDATED: 21:13, Thu, Oct 22, 2015

Dogs have fallen ill and even gone missing or died after Rendlesham walks
Dog walkers have reported their beloved pets becoming ill after being walked in Rendlesham Forest, Suffolk, the scene of a mysterious mass UFO hotspot in 1980 where flying saucers are still reportedly seen.

US military personal based at RAF Woodbridge, next to the forest, reported a series of unexplained lights and even a UFO landing in the forest over the Christmas period.

Bizarre UFOs were also seen by residents of the village and the unexplained case remains one of the UK's most perplexing with the forest regularly visited by alien hunters.

It is not the first time the UFO mystery at Rendlesham has been linked to unexplained sickness.

The servicemen who "saw the craft land" have since received a payout after being "affected by radiation".

Now there have reportedly been numerous cases of dogs getting sick after being walked along what is now known as the UFO trail.


Do aliens really visit Rendlesham?

Caroline Peters from Felsted in Essex, is the latest to report her two dogs becoming ill after a visit.

She says they got so sick they almost died.

She said: We were there for about an hour-and-a-half.

Ruby was off the lead but Sparkie was on the lead.

"We saw toadstools but they have been ruled out – there was nothing in their tests to suggest there had been any form of poisoning.

Both dogs stayed in the vet's overnight in intensive care, but are now recovering.


Dog walking is nearly as popular as skywatching in the forest

She has been told it was probably Seasonal Canine Illness - itself a mystery sickness which affects dogs from August to November.

Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, thinks there may be more to it.

He said: Even today ufologists squabble over what really happened at Rendlesham Forest in late December 1980.

"Did an alien spaceship land here? Were the US airmen who saw the UFO fooled by the light from a nearby lighthouse?

"Was it a smokescreen to hide a nuclear incident or some other type of covert operation? Or was it a hoax?

Health problems and lots of other weird incidents have certainly been associated with Rendlesham.


People claim aliens have visited the isolated woods since the 1980 sightings

"US airman John Burroughs, who said he saw the UFO on the night of Boxing Day 1980, received a medical payout from the US Veterans Association that confirmed he had received some physical harm from this craft.

Ever since the incident he has had heart problems and was fitted with a pacemaker.

"John and fellow witness Jim Penniston both claim to have suffered Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after seeing the three-metre craft, covered in hieroglyphics land in the woods.

Whether it is or not it, it will add fuel to the raging controversy that surrounds this notorious UFO incident which is second only to Roswell in the annals of ufology.

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