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Britain's National Archives has released 1,500 pages of documents pertaining to UFO sightings in the country between 1986 and 1992.
The 19 files, which were posted on the archives' website Monday, largely debunk a host of UFO sightings but many also remain unexplained.
It is the second batch of UFO files that Britain's military has put out this year.
David Clarke, a UFO expert who has worked with the National Archives, said a total of 160 UFO-related files are expected to be made available to the public over the next few years.
Alien abduction recollections, sketches of the spotted crafts and alleged aliens along with newspaper clippings and government and military documents are included in the detailed files.
Originally posted by drwizardphd
While I think it's great they're taking the initiative to release all of these files, I think its obvious the reason they're taking so long is because they're going through and cherry-picking all the juicy ones out.
I'm up for being surprised, but I doubt they'd let any actual proof out.