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An English politician who claims he has been abducted by aliens will share his story in an upcoming television documentary.
Independent production company Off The Fence is producing the documentary for Channel 4, in which Simon Parkes will discuss his experiences with extraterrestrials. Parkes is a councillor on the town council of the English town of Whitby in North Yorkshire. According to the Whitby Gazette, the crew filming the show, titled Confessions of an Alien Abductee, “followed him on a visit to the RAF Fylingdales base” and filmed him “speaking about his experiences which began as far back as six months when he had an encounter with aliens in his cot through his teens and into adulthood.”
Parkes made headlines in early 2012 when he claimed that his real mother is a nine-foot-tall green extraterrestrial. In an interview with the AMMACH Project, he provided detailed accounts of his life-long interactions with extraterrestrial and interdimensional beings.
Speaking about the upcoming documentary, Parkes explains, “What we are trying to do is show I am an ordinary person, not someone challenged with any mental difficulties, that I am the sort of person who is believable and they filmed me during an ordinary day.”
Channel 4 is reportedly “very excited” about the documentary. But the station has yet to announce when Confessions of an Alien Abductee will air.
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A councillor from Yorkshire, England claims his “real” mother is an extraterrestrial.
Simon Parkes, who was elected to Whitby Town Council in February as a Labour Party candidate, says he met a nine-foot-tall green extraterrestrial when he was only six months old who claimed to be his “real” mother. He alleges he has had more than one hundred extraterrestrial visitations during his lifetime. According to the Yorkshire Post, Parkes has been the “subject of ‘horrific’ alien operations, and had an implant put into his hand by the creatures.”
Parkes also claims that, at age 11, his extraterrestrial mother took him aboard a UFO.
His extraterrestrial beliefs were reportedly not an issue that was raised during Parkes’ campaign. According to the Northern Echo, Parkes stated, “Itâ€™s a personal matter and it doesnâ€™t affect my work.”
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A politician who is in line to succeed an outgoing Tory MEP is under scrutiny over his books.
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The December 28 headline in the British press site Your Local Guardian certainly caught my attention: â€œUFO expert to take on European Parliament.â€ A similar story with an almost identical title, â€œUFO expert to take seat in European parliament,â€ had been published back in October 19 in the English website this is Leicestershire, following the announcement by East Midland Tory MEP (Member of European Parliament) Roger Helmer that he was going to retire by the end of 2011.
According to the rules of the EP, he was to replaced by Rupert Matthews, a prolific writer and politician who has published many books on the paranormal and UFOs. â€œMr. Matthews was behind Mr. Helmer on the Tory party list in the region at the 2009 European elections, a position that would normally guarantee his succession in the event of a vacancy,â€ reported Your Local Guardian. However, his interest in the paranormal and ufology quickly began to work against Matthewsâ€™ once promising political future. â€œGolly! Ghostbuster UK MEP may not be coming to Brusselsâ€ was the December 29 headline in NEWEUROPE online, dubbed â€œThe European Political Newspaper.â€ The article was decidedly against the appointment of Matthews to the EP, who was described as â€œa sceptic over the EU, but on precious little else. He has several fascinating interests. Chief among these is ghost hunting. Of course, there is much more to him. Heâ€™s also an expert on UFOs and alien abduction.â€ After listing the titles of several of the paranormal and UFO published by Matthews, NEWEUROPE added facetiously that â€œthis led to him being nicknamed â€˜The MEP for Roswell and Bigfootâ€™.â€
On top of the bad PR brought by his paranormal interests, Matthews was also criticized because Bretwalda Books, a publishing house of which he is a director, published a book on Political Correctness featuring golliwog dolls on the cover. The golliwog is a racially demeaning black rag doll from a 19th century character in childrenâ€™s books once popular in Britain, the U.S. and Commonwealth countries. Although the cover was not for one of Matthewsâ€™ books, it led the ruling Conservative Party to announce an inquiry into the matter. According to a BBC News story on December 31, MEP Roger Helmer finally announced he was delaying his resignation until his successor was chosen. â€œThere do seem to have been one or two administrative queries arising with central office over the succession to the seat,â€ said Helmer. â€œNaturally, I want to get those sorted out before I formalize my resignation.â€
The prospect of having a member of the European Parliament well versed in ufological issues seemed promising for our field, but now itâ€™s not certain that will happen. This seems rather unfair since, after browsing several of Matthewsâ€™ books and articles on ufology and the paranormal, you can tell right away that he is a professional writer with a balanced and objective view of the phenomenon and not a wild-eye believer or conspiracy prone type as hinted in the recent British press coverage. Letâ€™s then take a look at his career and research.
Who is Rupert Matthews
According to his own official website, which describes him as â€œa historian and political activistâ€:
Rupert has written over 180 books, mostly on history or military subjects.
Rupert was born 1961 and was educated at the village Church of England junior school, then at his local grammar school. He later took up a career in publishing – which brought him face to face with militant trades unionism, especially in the print unions. That experience caused Rupert to turn against socialism, state control and restrictive laws. He began campaigning for Mrs Thatcher’s Conservatives and Norman Tebbit’s trades union reforms. Rupert has never looked back. Rupert stood for Parliament in 1997 and for the European Parliament in 2009. He has served 8 years on his local council.
Matthews is a very prolific writer, although many of his books are brief titles for younger readers. The majority of them deal with popular historical subjects ranging from classical Greece and Rome to the Hundred Yearsâ€™ War between England and France in the Middle Ages to World War Two. A couple of his books are political, such as Can Britain leave the EU? A Warning from History, and How To Be a Successful Election Candidate, summarized as â€œa simple, step by step guide on how to be a winning election candidate by one of the best campaign managers in the business.â€ It features a photo of the author with Prime Minister David Cameron on the cover.
The second largest category of books published by Rupert Matthews after history is undoubtedly the paranormal. Some of the many titles are Haunted Hampshire, The Ghosthunterâ€™s Guide to England: On the Trail of the Paranormal, Paranormal Surrey, Haunted Sunderland, Haunted Places of Dorset, Mysterious Cornwall, Mysterious Yorkshire, Sasquatch, Bigfoot, Poltergeists, Encyclopedia of the Paranormal, etc. And then there are the ufological titles which include UFOs â€“ A History of Alien Activity from
Sightings to Abductions to Global Threat, Alien Encounters â€“ True-Life Stories of Aliens, UFOs, and Other Extra-Terrestrial Phenomena, and Roswell â€“ Uncovering the secrets of Area 51 and the fatal UFO crash. There are also his contributions to British editions of Readers Digestâ€™s books on the Paranormal. As you can see, Rupert Matthews is not just a casual writer on these topics but one who has made quite a professional career out of it.
In an interview with Richard Thomasâ€™ Room 101, Rupert Matthews describes how he became interested in the paranormal. â€œMy grandma was very interested in ghosts and the supernatural,â€ he said. â€œWhen I was younger she used to tell me all about boggarts (we would call them poltergeists these days), white ladies, black hounds and ghosts of all kinds. I guess that is what started me off originally.â€ He then went on to work for a small publishing company and began writing history books; as he traveled around the country,
I started using the time to visit any haunted hotels, pubs or open spaces in the area. Over the years I built up a large amount of photos of haunted places, interviews with witnesses and so forth. It then occurred to me that I ought to try to get it published, and one of my publishing contacts was kind enough to take the book on. It sold rather well and since then I have been doing almost as much on the paranormal and unexplained as on history. Great fun.
Rupert Matthewsâ€™ views on UFOs
Rupert Matthewsâ€™ UFO books are basic introductions to the subject geared for a younger and general audience. In the interview with Richard Thomas he discussed some of his views on the subject. When asked about the closing of the UFO desk at the Ministry of Defence a year or so ago, Matthews said:
I spoke to a fairly senior RAF officer about this. His view was that UFOs were not the business of the RAF. He said that the RAF was there to fly missions over Afghanistan, keep an eye on Russian spy planes and such like. He was prepared to accept that there MIGHT be an objective reality to the UFO phenomenon, but seemed to think it was a job for the intelligence services. Until we know what UFOs are and why they are here, he did not think the RAF should be involved. The RAF has more than enough to keep itself busy. Whether that is the real reason I have no idea, but that was his view.
Thomas then asked him about â€œrumours of an ultra covert British UFO group and recovered alien technology,â€ to which Matthews responded:
I know that the US and UK intelligence services share a lot of information, but not everything. I would expect them to share the broad outlines about what they know about UFOs, but would maybe keep juicy details to themselves. As for alien technology, that presupposes that UFOs are alien spacecraft and that one or more has crashed and been recovered. I’m not entirely convinced by either of these suggestions. I know the alien spacecraft theory is the most popular among UFO researchers, but while it may well turn out to be the case, I think it is a case of “not proven” for now.
We also found and read a number of interesting UFO articles by Matthews posted on Richard Thomasâ€™ blog. In one of them, â€œThe truth behind Roswell,â€ he described the research he did for his book on Roswell, concluding that â€œin the final analysis something fell out of the sky in early July 1947. The United States Air Force did move quickly to collect the wreckage, then quickly launched a determined effort to kill the story and keep the find secret. Can I tell you what it was that fell from the sky??No. There are several possibilities that would fit the evidence – and an alien spacecraft is but one of those.â€
Another article, â€œUFO Crashes in Britain,â€ described the evidence, such as it is, for these types of incidents in the UK. He noted that there isnâ€™t anything remotely close to Roswell in terms of evidence and fame (the 1980 Rendlesham Forest case is sometimes compared to Roswell, but it clearly didnâ€™t involve a UFO crash). Probably the most interesting case reviewed by Matthews is the Berwyn Mountain incident of January 23, 1974 in northern Wales, when many witnesses reported â€œspherical or saucer shapedâ€ lights â€œmoving erratically in odd patterns and formations. Then, at 8.38pm,â€ continued Matthews, â€œresidents around the Berwyn Mountain in Wales heard a deafening rumbling explosion and the ground shook. People came out into the streets. One man said he had seen lights over the mountain just before the crash and speculated that an aircraft had crashed.â€ The local police went to the mountain with a nurse to check if there were casualties. The plot thickened shortly thereafter as explained by Matthews:
Not long afterwards a convoy of army trucks arrived, the men cordoned off the mountain and refused admittance to anyone. The policeman and nurse came back down under army escort. They said that they had seen lights and debris as if from a crash, but had been instructed to leave. The nurse would later say that she had got close to the crash and seen bodies that did not seem to be human.
The official explanation for the events at Berwyn are that an unusually large meteor hurtled across the sky at the same time that an earthquake struck Berwyn. Some geologists have speculated that the lights were the rare, and largely unexplained phenomenon, of earthquake lights which are sometimes reported in the air just before earthquakes strike. Others remain convinced that it was a UFO that crashed at Berwyn, though very little of the craft seems to have survived the impact.
The mystery of RAF Rudloe Manor
Another fascinating article posted by Rupert Matthews in 2010 is â€œRAF Rudloe Manor and the UFO Files,â€ which describes the history of this top secret RAF installation in Bath. Its link as a UFO reporting center was first outed by Timothy Good in his 1987 bestseller Above Top Secret. Matthews tells the history of the base since it was first set up by the RAF during World War II; how he used to poke around the area in the 1970s when visiting relatives in Bath; and how â€œI began to hear rumours that the well guarded base at Rudloe Manor might have some UFO link.â€ Although the details are obviously classified, Matthews mentions underground facilities housing â€œthe Central Computer Complexâ€ and how â€œRudloe Manor has long been the HQ of the RAF Provost & Security Services (PSS), which is responsible for all aspects of security affecting the RAF. It includes personnel from MI5 and MI6 who liaise with the PSS and â€“ at least from time to time if nor permanently â€“ CIA personnel as well. We know from declassified government documents that the PSS collated and sifted UFO reports for several decades.â€ Then comes the punch line:
In the early 1990s UFO investigators in Britain began to notice that there was a cluster of high quality sightings over the Box-Rudloe-Corsham area of Wiltshire. This reminded some of a similar cluster of sightings over Warminster, a few miles to the south, in the 1960s. Intrigued, investigators began paying more attention. The sightings were found to centre over Rudloe and to consist largely of UFOs without wings that pulsated with colours of blue, red or green. Often they were said to be diamond or conical in shape.
These are just some samples of the type of research conducted by Rupert Matthews, a prolific author, paranormal expert, ufologist and, yes, politician with the ruling Tory Conservative Party. Whether he can navigate successfully around the series of obstacles preventing him to become a member of the European Parliament remains to be seen. According to the British rules, the EP seat for East Midland should be his upon the resignation of the current member Roger Helmer, but politics as we know can be a dirty game and the Tory machinery may block him. If he does make it, however, there is no doubt that he will instantly become the best informed MEP on all matters relating to UFOs and the paranormal.
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Viewers of Channel 4 News in London were surprised on August 16th when they observed a UFO zooming through the sky in the background during an interview with British politician Tom Watson. According to the Metro, viewers called the television station to report the strange object that “appeared at the top of the screen, before darting downwards in a flash.”
The UFO is only visible for a couple of seconds, and it is difficult to make out any physical details of the object. An airplane or helicopter have been suggested as possibilities, but the movement demonstrated by the UFO in the video makes these explanations seem unlikely. A seagull or another bird gliding through the London sky could be the identity of the object in question, but that is simply speculation.
The UFO remains unidentified, and will likely remain so. One factor that makes identifying this particular UFO challenging is that the Channel 4 interview was most likely shot in front of a green screen, with the London video backdrop digitally added to the video, meaning that the London scene with the UFO zooming through the frame was pre-recorded. Unless the television station knows exactly when the London scene was recorded, the option of contacting local air traffic controllers to see if there was an aircraft in the sky at that particular time does not exist.
But, again, the object in this video is most likely a bird, and it is unlikely that authorities will investigate the incident.