The other day my article
My Teacher Was Abducted By Aliens: Preparation for Fake Disclosure? about the fake ufo crash and alien abduction of a teacher at a school in Sussex, England appeared here on UFO Digest. Teachers, staff and even the police were in on it; students were not, and their parents were not notified. I thought at the time I wrote the piece that this bizarre, and very likely psyops stunt, was one of a kind. But Lesley Gunter, (
Machine Elf, etc.) posted on her
Debris Field blog about a similar case in England in September of 2008.
The Harrow Observer (
Police investigate school's alien invasion ) had a brief item about a school in Edgeware that staged a fake alien invasion on school grounds. In that case, as with the recent one in Sussex, the police were involved in taking part in the deception. And, in both cases, the reason given for the stunt was to “stimulate the children's minds and help develop their story writing skills.” (Harrow Observer.)
The difference between the two events was that the latter one in Sussex involved a fake alien abduction, whereas the Edgeware fake alien invasion did not, though “Forensic examiners” did study an “alien claw” found at the staged site.
I did a bit of Googling on this subject and found the Heath Hayes Primary School Blog in England. According to Google maps the school is in Edgeware; not sure if it’s the same school mentioned above. In an entry dated October 2008, is an image of a crashed UFO,complete with green smoke coming out of the silver saucer and the caption “My goodness! What's just crash landed at school? What's inside? What's it doing here?” It’s a silly, fun, and quaint foil covered UFO; obviously not real in any sense, and nothing terrifying about it. However, the point here, as with all of these fake alien and UFO landings, is that a meme has been released. School children are being programmed to know about UFOs from space, and to get used to the idea flying saucers can disrupt their lives at any moment.
In January of 2009 there was another fake UFO crash at Yeo Moor Junior School in England, as reported by This is Somerset:
Young Clevedon reporters get a scoop that is out of this world At the bottom of the article is a link that explains the hoax, which was, again, tied in with a writing project, this time for a journalism class:
Year 5 and 6 pupils from Yeo Moor Junior School in Clevedon arrived at school one morning to discover part of the school field had been cordoned off after an aircraft crash sometime the evening before.
They had no idea that this was actually an elaborate, but effective and fun, hoax organized as part of their journalism topic, to learn more about being a reporter and how to write news stories.
As mentioned in my previous column, the entity responsible for these fake landings is the
National Literacy Trust. A cursory look through the site tells me it is typical of an educational organization; nothing that hints of anything shadowy. Their good intent in terms of fostering a love of writing and reading in students is obvious. What’s interesting is that it isn’t a government organization; it’s an “independent charity.”
It seems that under the cover of a curriculum tool that encourages creativity, a psyops program is taking place. As I speculated in my previous article, it’s possible this is tied in with Project Blue Beam, or some kind of future plan to stage an invasion on a much grander scale, and one that is far more realistic. The conspiracy pipeline has been talking about this for some time. No doubt the majority if not all of the educators and board members on the NLT would be shocked by such an idea.
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