posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 03:57 PM
reply to post by poet1b
We cannot blame it on WWII.
"... they all saw something high in the sky, moving at great speed from north to south. Watching it through binoculars, Roerich saw it was oval
shaped, obviously of huge size, and reflecting the suns rays like brightly polished metal. While he trailed it with his glasses, the object suddenly
changed direction, from south to southwest. It was gone in a few moments."
This means saucers were already here before the war.
Plus there are the stories that the Germans found one crashed in 1936.