Probe after Bedford UFO investigator and wife found dead at home – Bedfordshire News
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AN investigation has been launched into the death of a top UFO investigator and his wife after their bodies were found at their home last month.
Tributes have been paid to Gordon Dungavel, 54, who was a member of the British Aerial and Earth Mysteries Society (BEAMS). He cared for his wife Tracy as she suffered the debilitating symptoms of a brain tumour.
BEAMS co-founder Ken Parsons and Gordon’s friend said the news came as a ‘massive shock’.
“He was a dedicated and seasoned investigator, one of the ‘good guys’.
“He contributed to some of our most important investigations. Very often he would be up until the early hours of the morning sky watching.”
In the months leading up to his death, Ken said his friend has been ‘depressed’ at times.
“He had lost his benefits and he couldn’t figure out how that had happened and he was getting letters threatening to evict him from their bungalow. But searching the skies gave him some relief from his cares.
“He was a lovely man, honest and down-to-earth. He sacrificed everything to look after his wife.”
Gordon had been fascinated with strange sightings since he was a child, taking his first images of flying discs before he left school.
He has documented many of the spectacles he witnessed, including a flying saucer heading towards Wymington in 2014. The next day, Gordon said he woke up with ‘unexplainable’ bruises and markings on his arm.
A police forensics team were called to the Dungavels’ home on July 11 and the incident has been handed over to the coroner, who decided to start an investigation but has not confirmed whether an inquest will be held.