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this edition of 'britain's closest encounterts' was frankly a travesty of a programme that attempted to pass off a famous possible ufo sighting and landing in north wales in January 1974 as being 'poacher's lamps'! Totally one sided in its presentation the documentary's makers featured numerous so called 'sceptics' but not a single ufologist was included to support the view that a very significant ufo incident occurred in north wales that night.
If the one sided nature of this programme was anything to go by it alas does not augur well for the rest of the series, which is set to look at other famous examples of ufo phenomenon in the uk such as the rendlesham forest incident, the welsh triangle and warminster ufo flap.
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