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Missing wreckage from a miniature ‘flying saucer’ which was hailed as the ‘British Roswell’ has been found in a tin box in London’s Science Museum. The lump of metal discovered on Silpho Moor near Scarborough, North Yorkshire, in 1957 was so strange that it was dubbed the ‘Silpho UFO’. The disc, which was 16 inches in diameter and weighed 22 lbs was inscribed with hieroglyphics, similar to the wreckage of the so-called spacecraft found at Roswell, New Mexico in June 1947.
When the object was cut open a book made of 17 thin copper sheets was found inside, with each sheet covered in more hieroglyphs.
Local café owner Phillip Longbottom claimed the hieroglyphs translated into a 2000-word message sent by an alien called Ullo, which contained a warning of 'You will improve or disappear.'
it has now emerged it was sent to the Science Museum in London in 1963, where it has remained forgotten in the archives for more than 60 years......
It was only discovered after Dr David Clarke of Sheffield Hallam University, recently gave a talk on the release of the Ministry of Defence’s UFO files at the Science Museum.....
"One of the museum staff tapped me on the shoulder and asked if I was aware that "bits of a flying saucer" had been kept in a cigarette tin in the museum group store for decades.
Full Story - Daily Telegraph UK
When they make the fake UFO debris, why do they always have to put hieroglyphs on it? Are project Stargate people behind this?
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: KenTodd
Very interesting. In fast snapshot:
- The UAP videos were never seemingly classified by the US DoD never mind being de-classified.
- Officials at the DoD say they did not release any videos.
- WIRED was unable to verify that Elizondo worked on AATIP although he did work at the Pentagon.
- Elizondo said he resigned in October 2017 to become part of 'To The Stars. WIRED’s FOIA request for Elizondo's resignation letter turned up no records.