Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Scottish Roswell?

Picture the scene: A shepherd visiting a remote area stumbles upon strange wreckage strewn across the ground which could be the remains of a crashed spaceship. The debris consists of pieces of unusual metal and strange drawings. On reporting his find … Continue reading

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UFO Files make waves

The release of the ninth collection of MoD UFO files by The National Archives continues to make news across the world.  On the first day of the launch (Thursday, 12 July) the website received almost 60,000 visitors – an uplift … Continue reading

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MoD files make UFOs history

The ninth collection of UFO files, released by the UK government on 12 July, takes the chronology full circle back to the MoD’s decision to ‘make UFOs history’. A guide to the highlights of the 25 files can be found … Continue reading

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Flight into Oblivion

Just in time to mark ‘World UFO Day’ (2 July) news reaches me of the release of a file on one of the most puzzling unexplained UFO incidents in which an Australian pilot and his plane vanished without a trace. The … Continue reading

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