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Disclosure: Lothian Ministry of Defence Realeases UFO "X-Files"

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posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 09:20 AM
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Here are a few of the investigations released:

1. April 15 1998, Musselburgh: Two bright jelly fish shaped objects seen “moving in a south-easterly direction”.

2. August 3 1998, Livingston: One bright, star-shaped light which repeatedly dimmed and
brightened.

3. September 16 1998, Blackridge: One “sparkly” blue-white light described as jumping back and forth in the sky without moving any distance.

4. October 11 1998, Edinburgh: Very large, oval-shaped object “illuminated like the Moon”.

5. November 16 1998, Edinburgh: A white, shining light that made a “whoosh” sound.

6. December 20 1998, Edinburgh: A line of three or four orange lights.

7. December 20 1998, Edinburgh: A bright gold-coloured ball with a tail, described as “comet-like”.

8. December 21 1998, Edinburgh: An object changing colour while hovering in the sky. Described as like green lights or lasers.

9. January 9 1999, Dunbar: One bright light with “red, yellow and green alternating lights on it”.

10. March 29 1999, Tranent: A red, green and blue star shape.

11. November 8 1999, Penicuik: An object that looked like a star but had “blue and red flashing lights”.

12. December 3 1999, Deans, Livingston: Report of an unidentified “object”.

13. February 23 2000, Colinton: Report of a bright oval object with a tail like a kite. Described as moving fast towards the west before dipping and disappearing.

14. March 26 2001, Leith: Two “fuzzy white lights” that appeared to be dancing around each other.

15. December 29 2003, Barnton Park, Edinburgh: A steady bright light in the sky “resembling the front of a helicopter”.

16. March 17 2004, Edinburgh: A fast moving bright light.

17. December 10 2004, Broxburn: A bright orange ball of fire with a tail “five to seven times the diameter of the ball”.

18. December 2005, Haddington: Report of a “UFO”.

19. September 29 2006, East Linton: Report of a “big round swirly thing in the sky”.

20. December 2006, Midlothian: Five orange lights moving slowly across the sky.

21. December 2006, Midlothian: Four small bright red lights moving slowly across the sky

22. December 2006, Midlothian: A “weird light going in all sorts going in all sorts of weird directions”.

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posted on Aug, 2 2007 @ 09:27 AM
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So...are there any goodies like pics, hard evidence etc etc
Or is it a lollipop for us nagging kids. (As usual)



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 01:10 AM
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More witness testimonies. Sigh...
I'll be glad when one of these governments
give us something of a material nature. UFO
stories are a dime a dozen nowadays.



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 01:12 AM
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Originally posted by carewemust
More witness testimonies. Sigh...
I'll be glad when one of these governments
give us something of a material nature. UFO
stories are a dime a dozen nowadays.


And what makes you so sure that everything that is indeed evidence isn't being kept as classified? If I had a video/document of an alien playing baseball, is that someone you would delcassify?



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 08:32 AM
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Someones already talking about this one

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Aug, 3 2007 @ 09:05 AM
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Originally posted by carewemust
More witness testimonies. Sigh...
I'll be glad when one of these governments
give us something of a material nature. UFO
stories are a dime a dozen nowadays.


Well, if you want hard evidence, see the CIA/NSA/ and other MIC organisations that grabs most of the stuff falling from the sky too fast for us to get any piece of it.




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