Sunday, March 22, 2009

NEWLY RELEASED UFO FILES FROM THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF THE MINISTRY OF DEFENCE - MARCH 2009

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If you're looking for the brand new UK disclosure for August you're in the wrong place. This page is March 2009. Click the following link and it will take you to the new post.
AUGUST 17, 2009 UK UFO DISCLOSURE





Newly released UFO files - March 2009

The files contain a wide range of UFO-related documents covering the years 1987–1993. If you want to find out more about close encounters over Heathrow Airport, alien abductions, stray satellites - and what the UK Government thought of it all - then this is the place to be. The files are in PDF format.

NEWLY RELEASED FILES FROM THE UK GOVERNMENT

Highlights Guide

UFO Files - 17.2Mb

UFO Files - 27Mb

UFO Files - 18.4Mb

UFO Files - 8.1Mb

UFO Files - 9.4Mb

UFO Files - 10.5Mb

UFO Files - 23.7Mb


Various news reports already coming out of the UK March 21 and 22, 2009

UFO files reveal close encounter
Close encounters of Pitlochry kind
Alien 'spoke of crop circles
New UFO secrets are revealed in MoD files
British defence ministry briefed on UFO sighting
Is that a flying saucer? No, it’s a stealth bomber
UK ministers alerted to Perthshire sighting of UFO

UFO: Secret records show there were almost 1,200 mysterious sightings between 1987 and 1993



Source: Dr. David Clarke - Ministry of Defense - National Archives


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2 comments:

dandare said...

Hi.... excellent post again!
I would like to just add, that the files will be available for the next month, free of charge; after this you will have to pay a fee (usually small) for each download.
Also, it has been mentioned that downloading straight to the desktop might create a few problems (ie take along time, if at all to download) please try to save file, to a new file location...this seems to work better.

Atrueoriginall said...

Thanks for that info. I'm sure we'll all experience the same things we did the last few times. From what I've seen, it's a repeat performance from Clarke where he made sure all of the 'goofy' stuff got in and only a couple of worthy items. It's as if he intentionally produces a final image in our minds that sounds something like, "whatever". :)