The DISLOSURE keeps moving, these time the English government released files covering the years 1995-2003, including some interesting and well known cases.
We add this UFO files release to our Disclosure database.
Britain released hundreds of previously secret “UFO files” on Thursday, including a letter saying that Winston Churchill had ordered a 50-year cover-up of a wartime encounter between an unidentified flying object and military pilot.
The files, published by the National Archives, span decades and contain scores of witness accounts, sketches and classified briefing notes documenting mysterious sightings across Britain.
One Ministry of Defense note refers to a 1999 letter stating that a Royal Air Force plane returning from a mission in Europe during World War II was “approached by a metallic UFO.”
The unidentified author of the letter says his grandfather attended a wartime meeting between Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower during which the two expressed concern over the incident and “decided to keep it secret.”
Read more: www.msnbc.msn.com
Churchill and Eisenhower ‘agreed to cover up RAF plane’s UFO encounter during WWII’, secret files reveal.
Sir Winston Churchill was accused of covering up a close encounter between an RAF aircraft and a UFO during the Second World War, newly-released files reveal today.
The former prime minister allegedly ordered that the unexplained incident over the east coast of England should be kept secret for at least 50 years because it would provoke ‘mass panic’.
The claim, made by a scientist who said his grandfather was one of Churchill’s bodyguards, is recounted in declassified Ministry of Defence UFO files made available online by the National Archives.
Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk
X-files reveal UFO in garden and mystery of sonic boom
A UFO was reported to have landed in a Derby garden in 1996, according to newly released Ministry of Defence files.
And in 1997, a mysterious “sonic boom” was heard over Hope Valley in the Peak District.
Today, the National Archives has released 18 x-files, charting all UFOs reported in the UK from 1995 to 2003, including strange phenomena in Derbyshire.
One of the reports from a Derby resident says they saw a “craft with a red light on top of it” in their back garden in Brook Street.
The person reported standing 6ft away from the craft, which was hovering 3m off the ground.
The report, from January 1996, says the 8ft by 8ft craft “appeared black, its wings were swept back and it had three lights on the underside of the jet”.
In July 1995, a driver travelling through Derbyshire from Burton-on-Trent saw a “a strange formation of lights in the sky”.
The row of bright lights had a second row of smaller lights underneath and a red light between the two rows.
The person reporting the incident said: “The whole formation appeared to be about four or five times as large as an average passenger airliner.
“It hovered for around four minutes before disappearing at high speed.”
Read more: www.thisisderbyshire.co.uk
UFO archive records reveals Clifton’s own X-File
Here in Bristol we have our own extensive claims made by a UFO investgator and several other witnesses in July 1996, who saw a collection of 26 lights hovering over the city, from Clifton to Bedminster, and many points inbetween.
One of the entries reads: “Sighting of double circle of lights by 36 year old man over Clifton, they were moving across the sky in different directions. Time 2.00hrs, duration 1 hour 5/7/96.”
Accompanying the claims are detailed diagrams outlining where people had seen the lights and claims of strange whirring noises heard at the same time.
The investigator, from the Bristol-based UFO Search group, entered more than 10 pages of evidence to back up the claims, but the government and Bristol Airport could not confirm any unusual radar activity on the night in question, July 6, 1996, and that it may have been caused by the light show finale of an outdoor concert taking place at the same time in Swansea.
The investigator, who is not named in the released records (if you who this person is, get in touch!), concludes that there is no man-made explanation for the strange circle of lights.
But the investigator added that there had been a large amount of UFO activity over Bristol at the time, including sightings of triangular aricraft and strange lights, from credible sources.
Read more: www.cliftonpeople.co.uk
Files released on 1974 ‘Welsh Roswell’
A 1974 “UFO incident” which was dubbed the Welsh Roswell was dismissed as an earthquake and a meteor combining, offical files show.
There was a huge bang and a brilliant light over the Berwyn Mountains in north east Wales, and there were later claims a spaceship crash was concealed.
Comparisons were drawn with Roswell, New Mexico, USA, in 1947, where it is claimed an alien crash was concealed.
But a Ministry of Defence (MoD) investigation said there was no UFO.
The National Archives files show it was explained by a noisy earth tremor coinciding with a meteor burning up in the atmosphere.
Read more: www.bbc.co.uk