Mr Janus: the spaceman who came to tea

19 Jan

Nightmare #3

…in addition to being disturbed by the realization that Janus was reading his mind, he was even more disturbed by the fact that this extraordinary man ‘knew all Britain’s top-secret nuclear secrets’…. [Horsley was convinced that] they come from another planet somewhere in the universe but not in our galaxy. They are benign, not aggressive and, like us, are explorers.

Nick Redfern on the strange case of RAF Air Marshal Sir Peter Horsley and his visitor from Outer Space, Mr Janus. Was it a high-concept prank, a test of Horsley’s sanity, or of his loyalty to Crown and Country? Or was Mr Janus really who he claimed to be?

Read all about it here

2 Responses to “Mr Janus: the spaceman who came to tea”

  1. TimC January 19, 2012 at 11:02 am #

    I’d go for prank, just because Mr Janus’ first name was probably Hugh.

  2. mark January 19, 2012 at 12:18 pm #

    Thanks Tim, you just made my day!

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