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Unexplained Cases | Rendlesham Forest UFO Mystery with John Burroughs & Pat Frascogna

Written by: Rick Garner
Case Filed: 8/23/20 - LIVE VIDEO
Executive Producer: Rick Garner



Shortly before 3am on December 26, 1980, John Burroughs witnessed blue, red, orange and white lights coming from the Rendlesham Forest in Suffolk, England. This was just outside of RAF Woodbridge, which was used at the time by the United States Air Force. John and two other USAF personnel investigated the lights and what followed became the most famous of United Kingdom UFO sightings - Britain's Roswell. Pat Frascogna has worked with John since 2011 trying to uncover the truth about John's encounter. In 2014, the two worked with others to release the book "Encounter In Rendlesham Forest." Video Credit: THESECRETVAULT | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqz7afdg7aE SUPPORT US: Paypal | http://bit.ly/SupportUnexplainedCases Patreon | https://www.patreon.com/unexplainedcases GET MERCH: Teespring | https://teespring.com/stores/unexplainedcases GET EQUIPMENT: Spirit Box SB7 |

Unexplained Cases| Haunted Ships In Baltimore

Written by: Darren Dedo
Case Filed: 11/30/19 - Baltimore, Maryland
Executive Producer: Rick Garner




She is an incredible sight to see tied up to Pier One in Baltimore Harbor - the USS Constellation. Many believe the ship is haunted. We will get to the ghosts in a minute - but, first we need a history lesson. 

The USS Constellation was born in 1854 - constructed from materials that were salvaged from the frigate USS Constellation - which sailed the seas in the late 1700s to early 1800s. This new version of the majestic ship stretches 199 feet long, 43 feet across. 

The Constellation was armed with 16 cannons and more than a dozen large pounder-mounted guns that could sink an enemy vessel on command from the Captain. The first captain of the Constellation, Captain Charles H. Bell. 

Boat Historian James Fulwiler shares, "Most famous for being the last sail-powered and all wood warship ever commissioned by the U.S. Navy. That’s in 1855, she entered service. All sail-powered all wooden means…