posted on Mar, 21 2009 @ 11:16 PM
Newly released UFO files - March 2009
The following information has been taken from:
The National Archives
From a report of a boomerang-shaped UFO seen from Heathrow to close encounters in Norwich, the latest release of files at The National Archives sheds
further light on the mystery of UFOs.
This third instalment of UFO files transferred by the Ministry of Defence, covering a period from 1987 to 1993, reveals a number of interesting
reports, including the following.
In November 1989, RAF Wattisham in Norfolk received 'One of our most unusual UFO reports'. An unidentified female was approached by a man who
claimed to come from another planet, similar to earth.
During the ten-minute conversation, the man claimed his race was responsible for creating crop circles and also explained he felt it was important for
contact between the two peoples to occur. As she ran home, the woman heard a loud buzzing noise behind her, and turned to see a large, glowing
spherical object rise steadily until out of sight.
In December 1992, two air traffic controllers at Heathrow airport reported seeing a black inverted boomerang-shaped UFO from the airport control tower
early in the morning. One week earlier, numerous witnesses in Louth, Lincolnshire, reported seeing three lights which appeared to be attached to a
large triangular craft.
The files contain a wide range of UFO-related documents covering the years 1987–1993. If you want to find out more about close encounters over
Heathrow Airport, alien abductions, stray satellites - and what the UK Government thought of it all. The files are in PDF format and be found here:
I am posting a number of links to related stories at the Worldview blog