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Ministry of Defence Covers Up UFO Investigative Unit

MoDHere’s some big news in the UFO world: the British government has been investigating UFOs since the 1970s.

The Associated Press discovered Britain’s Ministry of Defence has been trying to hide their investigative work according to a report released to the Guardian.

A defence official, who refused to identify himself, said the unit was designed to investigate Soviet activity or invasions during the height of the Cold War, not flying saucers, and investigated all claims of unidentified flying objects whether they were from Mars or Mother Russia.

You can read the report here.

Missing Jet From Kinross UFO Found?

Could a F-89 Scorpion jet that disappeared in 1953 be part of a massive UFO conspiracy?

According to, a dive company in Michigan may have found the remains of the famed f-89 Scorpion jet that disappeared from radar after scrambling to intercept a UFO almost 50 years ago?

The company has a photo of the wreckage on the newspaper’s website and also claims it found part of whatever the jet was chasing. Was it part of a UFO or just a tragic accident with a bizarre set of circumstances?

SETI Accused of Cover-Up

For years, the SETI program (SETI stands for “Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence”) has been scouring every corner of the globe for proof of alien life. Now they may have found it. So why aren’t they releasing it?

According to The Register, alien aficionados have been flooding the SETI Institute with e-mails and phone calls chastizing them after allegations were made on the radio show “Coast to Coast with Art Bell” that SETI found some proof, but hasn’t released it to the public.

Professional SETI watcher Steven Greer, the CEO of Space Energy Access Systems, claimed that insiders told him SETI found “high concentrations of signals from space, and that another organization stepped in to block those signals.”

“They were apparently searching in a spectrum or in an area . . . where they hit the mother lode,” Greer said. “The signals were so numerous that they began to have their systems externally jammed by some sort of human agency that did not want them to continue receiving those signals.”

UFO Chase that Led to Pilot’s Death Proved to Be Balloon

Some sad news from the world of UFOlogy: it turns that a Kentucky National Guard pilot who died while chasing a UFO was actually just chasing a skyhook balloon.

According to WFIE Channel 14 in Evansville, In., Thomas Mantell died in 1948 after his plane crashed in a field in Simpson County while he was chasing “a metallic object…of tremendous size.” But the military uncovered new evidence that said it was just a skyhook balloon that other people mistook for a UFO.

Of course, the UFO aficionados reopened the case and said the balloon theory was impossible because bluebook records show the balloon was in Nashville, over 150 yards away from where anyone could have seen it. So folks, who’s right here?

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