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The Children of Woolpit and Rendlesham Forest Weeknend

Friday 20th Aug until  22nd Aug  2021

 16 Places available

 District: Suffolk

Time: 9pm until 3am

The Children of Woolpit and Rendlesham Forest Wee Deposit £20

The Children of Woolpit and Rendlesham Forest Wee Balance £15

 The Children of Woolpit and Rendlesham Forest Wee Pay in Full £35

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Do you fancy a weekend of mystery and imagination? Day One of your weekend will include a visit to the village of Woolpit where an unsolved mystery continues to this day. You will be taken deep into a forest where it is said two your children appeared. What made these children a peculiarity is that they wore strange clothing and they spoke an unfamiliar language, and most oddly of all is that they had a tinged green colouring of their skin.

Day Two.  A UFO incident in a forest on the nights between the 26th to the 29th December in Tangham Wood, which is a part of Rendlesham Forest was dubbed as Great Britain’s Roswell in 1980. Red eyed demon dogs and unexplained unusual light anomalies in the forest are just some of what you may encounter!  If you are a person who craves adventure and you enjoy camping out this weekend event will keep you on the edge of a white knuckle ride.

The Children of Woolpit and Rendlesham Forest Weekend

 

Day One Historical Overview  

In the reign of King Stephen from 1135 to 1154 there was a strange recorded incident that remains a mystery to this day. 

One year during the harvest in the village of Woolpit in Suffolk two young children, a girl and a boy appeared in a field.  What made these children a peculiarity is that they wore strange clothing and they spoke an unfamiliar language, and most oddly of all is that they had a tinged green colouring of their skin. The children were taken to the village and were adopted by a rich local landlord named Sir Richard de Calne.  Attempts were made to feed the brother and sister, but this was unsuccessful until bean plans were introduced, which seemed to be a familiar food to the children.  The boy eventually became sick and he sadly died, but the older sister had no such problem and even started to lose the green tinge to her skin as her diet became more varied.  She eventually learned to speak English, she became baptised and at some point took the name of Agnes Bare, and allegedly married a diplomat, Richard Barre. 

When she learnt English she told an account of where she came from.  A place that had no sun, to quote the girl’s words. “A degree of light like what is after sunset...”  She relayed the story of their origins, saying they came from a place called St Martin’s Land, an underground community of green-skinned people who never ventured out into the sunlight.  The girl claimed they were tending to her father’s cattle when they discovered a cave.  They entered a thin opening, crawling deeper into the darkness.  She was unable to explain, how exactly they arrived here. 

Over the centuries many theories have been put forward to explain this strange account.  Regarding their green colouring, one suggestion is that the children were suffering from Hypochromic Anemia.  In support of this theory is the fact that the girl returned to a normal colour after adopting a healthy diet.  It is has also been suggested that the children may have been aliens, or inhabitants of a world beneath the Earth.  In a 1996 article, it was suggested that the children were accidentally transported to Woolpit from their home planet as the result of a “Matter transmitter.”

Day Two Historical Overview 

An incident in a forest on the nights between the 26th to the 29th December in Tangham Wood, which is a part of Rendlesham Forest was dubbed as Great Britain’s Roswell in 1980.  The British Ministry of Defence commented the incident as follows... The department satisfied itself at the time that there was no reason to consider that the sightings had any defence significance.  The deputy base commander at Woodbridge Lieutenant Colonel Charles Holt had submitted a report for the British Ministry of Defence to investigate. The document dated on January 13th 1981 is known as Holt’s memo. To continue reading this fascinating chronicle of events click on the link provided http://www.ufoevidence.org/topics/UnitedKingdom.htm  

Please note:  The cost of this event has been kept as low as possible for this weekend and the cost just covers expenses.  

We will be camping both nights and you will have to provide your own tent, food and the camp site cost is not included in this event.