UFO documents reveal how UK treated for ‘mania’
Unpublished documents reveal how officials in the united kingdom the Ministry of Defence dealt with the UFO mania of the late 1990s.
Long before Fox Mulder and Dana Scully made alien-hunting made famous in the hit show “The X-Files,” British defence experts were quietly doing the same.
Newly-released files has revealed that the lengths of the British security services went to catch a UFO – and the once-classified documents also show what they plan to do if they found one.
The UK were afraid that their rivals China or the Soviet Union, as Russia was known then, had already found a UFO, and “seized”, so that they can learn the secrets of the alien technology. The UK spooks were of the belief that the Chinese or Russians were the aliens’ secrets of the development of fast aircraft, which were invisible on the radars.
The Ministry of Defence ran a covert UFO desk of the public were not aware of the between 1947 and 1997. While took a shower calls of the British, who claimed to have seen strange objects in the sky, the secret agency allegedly sent the staff to delve into the claims.
A report with the title “UAPs” (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena in the UK Air Defence Region is set to be released to the public after released.
The report makes a part of the three files that are exported to more than 1000 pages that were held back from the UFO records that have already been transferred to the National Archives.
The report said the air force was particularly interested in new technology…propulsion, stealth, and a novel electromagnetic technology.”
A senior commander was concerned, a foreign power could been a UFO, and the exploitation of its technology. The unnamed commander called the BRITISH need to be on alert for something strange in the air.
“An actual or potential enemy – can develop a flying device with the characteristics that these symptoms seem to have.”
He said the enemy planes, that are very fast and seemingly disappeared should be closely examined.
University lecturer and UFO expert Dr. David Clarke said that the release of the files showed the lengths of the defence officials went.
“Even though they are partly censored, they can’t hide the fact that the BRITISH military were interested in the capture of the UFO-technology – or what they coyly refer to as the “new weapon technology,”” he told The Sun.
“And the files reveal they were desperate for the capture of this technology – where it came from before the Russians or the Chinese got hold of it first.”
This story was previously published in the news.com.au.