posted on Jan, 22 2005 @ 10:14 AM
By Robert Verkaik
22 January 2005
They contain Britain's very own X-Files: thousands of classified documents detailing credible observations of unidentified flying objects reported by
RAF personnel, British Airways pilots and senior police officers.
Now under the Freedom of Information laws, files previously held by the Ministry of Defence's special UFO department, known as SF4, are being
released to the public.
Among the most credible reports of a possible visit by extraterrestrial life-forms is one made by an RAF pilot and two NCOs at RAF Boulmer in
In July 1977 Flt Lt A M Wood reported "bright objects hanging over the sea''. The MoD document adds that the RAF officer said the closest object
was "luminous, round and four to five times larger than a Whirlwind helicopter". The UFOs were reported to be three miles out to sea at a height of
The officer, whose report is supported by Cpl Torrington and Sgt Graham, said: "The objects separated. Then one went west of the other, as it
manoeuvred it changed shape to become body-shaped with projections like arms and legs." The men who were positioned at the picket post at the RAF
station were able to observe the strange objects for an hour and 40 minutes.
At the same time a radar station detected the objects in exactly the same position as the men had observed them. It registered them to be between 30
to 35 degrees before they disappeared from the screen.
I thought that they have given them free allready.