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The UFO Issue
Your opportunity to finally really learn something about the topic

UFOs? Ah, that silly topic everybody has heard of, but no one knows what to believe about? Well, look no further. These pages contain a large amount of reliable information and will make you an UFO expert in no-time. Over 95% of the information in this section
has been taken from mainstream newspaper reports from the past 60 years - and I can guarantee you that you won't believe the stuff that has appeared over the years in these newspapers. It's quite amazing.

A tip: print these newspaper reports and read a few of them every night. It's fun and interesting stuff - and certainly nothing to laugh about.

Of course, the newspaper reports on this site have been carefully selected (I've literally gone over thousands). Especially in later years, over 98% or so of these reports are useless because they have nothing to do with journalism or unbiased reporting. Most
articles in this area are filled with the opinions of organized "experts" and skeptics who never researched anything, never seen anything and really don't give a damn about the UFO phenomenon. All they want to do is mock, ridicule and intimidate anyone who has an interest in the topic. The only reports that have been taken up are the ones that are rational, (largely) unbiased, and focus on reporting the facts and witness accounts - because this is all that matters.

You might want to keep one other thing in mind: although UFO reports have come in by the hundreds of thousands over the decades, statistically the chance of seeing one still ranges from 1 in several dozen or hundred in a few small areas to as low as 1 in 30,000 or less in most other regions. In other words, the fact that you, your friends and your family haven't seen anything really means very little. Now, personal experience tells me that seeing a UFO can involve more than just dumb luck, but that's a discussion for another day.

Some examples from newspaper clippings and other mainstream sources:

"It is the opinion that: a. The phenomenon reported is something real and not visionary or fictitious. ... d. The reported operating characteristics such as extreme rates of climb, maneuverability
(particularly in roll), and action which must be considered evasive when sighted or contacted by friendly aircraft and radar, lend belief to the possibility that some of the objects are controlled either manually, automatically or remotely."
- Sep. 23, 1947, memorandum of General Nathan Twining to General George Schulgen. Twining joined the ultraright American Security Council after his retirement.

"We had a number of reports from reputable people (well-educated, serious-minded folks - scientists and flyers) who surely saw something. There is no question about it: these were things which we could not tie in with any natural phenomena known to our investigators. ... And repeat again: there were some cases we could not explain. Never could."
- Air Force General Curtis LeMay (1965, Curtis LeMay and MacKinlay Kantor, 'Mission with LeMay: My Story', pp. 541-543) LeMay joined the ultraright American Security Council after his retirement
1997 Belgian triangle UFO. Definitely not a simple light in the sky or a classical saucer.

"This thing has gotten so highly classified... that it is just impossible to get anything on it... I have no idea of who controls the flow of 'need to know,' because frankly, I was told in such an emphatic way that it was none of my business that I've never tried to make it my business since."
- Sen. Barry Goldwater, who reportedly was told by his friend Curtis LeMay to leave the subject alone (Aug. 8, 2001, Florida Today, 'Rush takes aim at UFO politics'). Goldwater was a darling of the American Security Council.

"Through official secrecy and ridicule, many citizens are led to believe the unknown flying objects
Cattle mutilations. Certainly in the 1960s and 1970s a bizarre epidemic that only affected animals - not humans. Highly scary, strange and seemingly totally pointless.
are nonsense... to hide the facts, the Air Force has silenced its personnel."
- Adm. Hillenkoeter, first head of the CIA (Feb. 28, 1960, NY Times, 'Air Force Order on 'Saucers' Cited')

"A few insiders know the truth... and are studying the bodies that have been discovered."
- Edgar Mitchell, one of the astronauts who has publicly acknowledged the UFO phenomenon... and more (Feb. 18, 2004, St. Petersburg Times, 'Astronaut: We've had visitors'). .

"All they had taken this time was the rectum. But that had been removed in the usual expert manner. The hole was almost a perfect, smooth circle where the blade had been. ... Grass was still hanging from the half-open mouth. The cow hadn't even glanced around. ... Ranchers are comparing notes. In an overwhelming number of cases the animals are missing the same parts: the left eye, left ear, lips, tongue, sexual organs, rectums and sometimes the heart. Eerie enough in itself. But
there is more. Some ranchers insist the blood has been drained from the animal. Others agree that, drained or not, there is never a trace of blood on the ground around the carcass. Equally bizarre, no tire tracks or human footprints can be found, even in muddy fields thick with hoof marks, although some animals have been discovered miles from the nearest road, others only yards from houses. Stranger yet, the animals haven't been shot, bludgeoned or slashed to death and there is rarely a sign of struggle. How do they die? Concern has turned into alarm, in some counties into panic. ... Some students of ancient religions and not-so-ancient cults think the mutilations are the work of Satan worshipers... Some people also attribute the mutilations to men from outer space, which may now rank as the second most popular explanation."
- Sep. 11, 1975, Los Angeles Times, 'Mutilations of Cattle: Terror in Colorado Ranchers Arm Selves as Mystery Killings, Butchery Increase'.

"Clinton had said, 'If I put you over at Justice I want you to find the answers to two questions for me. One, who killed JFK? And two, are there UFOs?'... Clinton was dead serious. I had looked into both, but wasn't satisfied with the answers I was getting."
- Webster Hubbell, associate attorney general of the Justice Department under Clinton, in his autobiography (Nov. 23, 1997, NY Post, 'Bill Wanted UFO Probe: Hubbell Book').

"It's time to open the books on the question of government investigation of UFOs. It ought be done because it's right. It ought to be done because the American people can handle the truth. And it ought to be done because it's the law."
- John Podesta, a former White House Chief of Staff during the Clinton Administration (Oct. 25, 2002,, 'UFOs: Seeking the Truth Through Savvy Marketing').


"Military secrecy veils an investigation of the mysterious, glowing aerial objects that showed up on radar screens in the Washington area Saturday night for the second consecutive week. A jet pilot sent up by the Air Defense Command to investigate the objects reported he was unable to overtake the glowing lights moving near Andrews Air Force Base."
- July 28, 1952, Washington Post, ''Saucer' outran jet, pilot reveals'

"Administration radar operator tracked four UFOs flying over California at speeds up to 3,600 mph last spring. The circumstances were similar to past radar sighting which could not be identified as conventional aircraft."
- Sep. 17, 1957, Fort Pierce News-Tribune, 'Afraid Neighbors Will Laugh?'

"A group of more than 50 top commercial airline pilots, all veterans of more than 15 years with major
companies, yesterday blasted as "bordering on the absolute ridiculous" the Air Force policy of tight censorship, brush-off and denial in regard to unidentified flying objects - flying saucers. One termed the Air Force policy "a lesson in lying, intrigue and the 'Big Brother' attitude carried to the ultimate extreme." Each of the pilots has sighted at least one UFO, the majority several... Since the appearance of the above article Mr. Lester has informed this Committee that 400 more pilots have joined the list of the original 50."
- December 22, 1958, Newark Star-Ledger, 'Pilots Ridicule AF Secrecy on Saucers'

""When the jets came to within five miles of the UFO, it fired at the lead jet, disintegrating it before the eyes of the wing man who returned to base terrified for his life," Spaulding said. The documents disclose sightings of unexplained objects over Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana, Loring Air Force Base in Maine and Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Michigan."
- Jan. 20, 1979, L.A. Times, 'UFO Group Wins Access to CIA Reports On

"28 Jan 1950: Lt Col Lester F. Mathison, Commander, 625th Air Control and Warning Squadron, Elmendorf AFB, reported seeing an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) while walking from the operations building to the squadron orderly room. He described it as three reddish-orange objects about the size and shape of a pencil eraser above a small cirrus clouds approximately 25,000 to 35,000 feet above the ground. They appeared to be moving in trail, in a slightly curved line, heading north before they disappeared. Colonel Mathison called a nearby sergeant to witness the sighting. The objectives disappeared before he arrived. The Alaskan Air Command Intelligence staff ruled out the possibility that the objectives sighted were jet aircraft. Colonel Mathison's sighting was a series of UFOs observed during the January-June 1950 period. Sergeant William Y. Harrell, a control tower operator on Elmendorf AFB, spotted two green lights at 0122 hours, 19 April, at an altitude of 200-300 feet over one of the hangars. He and an assistant observed them move in a trail formation to a position within 1,000 feet and about 25 feet above the tower. For a brief moment, one of the lights emitted a very greenish trail. Both lights increased in brightness as they came closer to the tower and appeared to be 24-36 inches in diameter, compact and circular in shape. They appeared to glow, with deep green centers fading to yellowish green on the outer edges. The lights veered away from the control tower and passed on the opposite side of the base water tower, heading southwest towards Merrill Field. The disappeared from view one mile south of Elmendorf AFB. Other personnel on the ground also observed the lights. They appeared to be traveling at 300 miles and hour as they traversed Merrill Field. Intelligence personnel ruled out other aircraft or weather phenomena."
- Elmendorf Air Force Base, 'Remembering our Heritage' document.

"On 15 February 1999 an air traffic controller in Scotland noticed something strange on his radar screen. A bright blip on his screen suggested there was a very large object travelling at 3,000mph over the Scottish coastline heading south-west to Belfast. The size of the blip suggested the object was 10 miles long and two miles wide... According to official CAA reports, in the same month that a radar picked up an enormous object flying across Scotland, a pilot flying over the North Sea became startled when his aircraft became illuminated by an 'incandescent' light. Three other aircraft in the area reported seeing a ball of light moving at high speed. Air traffic controllers reported there were no strange aircraft in the area, but five minutes later an operator at a weather station picked up a fast-moving object on his radar... Other documents [1960s] from that time state: 'The press are never to be given information about unusual radar sightings... and [unusual visual] sightings are in no circumstances to be disclosed to the press.'"
- June 4, 2000, The Observer, 'Britain's UFO secrets revealed'

An estimated 80% of circles are fake and people can and do create a lot, but how do complex and gigantic "circles" like these appear overnight without anybody seeing how they were made, with no half-finished designs ever appearing and no one taking credit? Designs: upper-left: Milk Hill (August 2001); lower-left: Chilbolton (August 2001); mid: Sillbury Hill (July 2009); right: Crabwood (August 2002). Colin Andrews is probably the number one expert on crop circles, the vast majority of them appearing within 40 miles of Stonehenge and 90% of these in close proximity to water. Small orbs of light have been associated with the appearance of crop circles since the 17th century, although circles reappeared in the early 1980s and became more complex every year. Plants in real circles tend to show changes at the molecular level at the place they were bent. Be cautious though with reach any final conclusions, as Andrews has received major funding from Laurance Rockefeller and Robert Bigelow.

Reported UFO study groups

IPU stands for the Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit, which, supposedly, was set up after the February 1942 Battle of Los Angeles incident. In a 1980 document released through a FOIA request, the Interplanetary Phenomenon Unit was part of the Scientific and Technical Branch of the Counterintelligence Directorate. It was dissolved during the late 1950s and allegedly never reactivated. Its files were surrendered to the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI).
MJ-12 is said to be a highly secret intelligence agency set up for the purpose of investigating the UFO phenomenon. The project was allegedly started after the July 1947 UFO wave, which involved a crash in Roswell.

The fact is that newspapers reports of the time do indicate that something unusual crashed in the New Mexico desert in 1947. The dozens of witnesses that have been interviewed over the years, many of whom who knew one another, make it very clear that a flying saucer crashed and that it is virtually certain that four gray alien bodies were recovered two miles east from the primary crash site.

As for Majestic 12, the first four documents seem to be genuine: the Eisenhower Briefing Document, the Truman-Forrestal Memo, the Cutler-Twining Memo and the later received SOM1-01. Many other later received documents, who add very little new information, have been proven forgeries. Stanton Friedman is the number authority on the Majestic 12 documents.