These three clips from the James Fox film “I Know What I Saw” are posted to compliment the three chapters written by the men featured in these video profiles. The clips are too short to tell the whole story, but they give you a sense of the writers as people and add interesting visuals and data to their chapters, bringing it to life in a new way.
Captain Ray Bowyer has written his own chapter in the book about his sighting of two enormous UFOs suspended over the English Channel in 2007. After reading his chapter, readers will enjoy this clip of Bowyer, and it’s especially interesting to hear the actual cockpit voice tapes recorded when he reported his sighting to the Air Traffic Controller.
Major General Wilfried de Brouwer opens up the book with a detailed account of the Belgium wave, complete with many witness drawings and an analysis of the Petit-Rechain photo.
In UFOs, Sergeant James Penniston writes for the first time, with unusual sensitivity and emotion, about his very close encounter with a landed UFO and how that impacted his life. He describes touching the craft and copying strange symbols from its side into his notebook. This clip by James Fox provides a visual overview of the Rendlesham Forest case, as presented by Penniston.
The shots from the National Press Club were all made during the November, 2007 press conference organized by James Fox and me, which included a number of the book’s contributors. The event was covered extensively by CNN, and other media around the world.
VIDEO CLIPS COURTESY OF JAMES FOX, FROM HIS DOCUMENTARY FILM I KNOW WHAT I SAW.