posted on Jun, 28 2013 @ 09:16 PM
Now I've skimmed and flicked through quite a number of these MOD reports and if anything they just intensify the speculation about what's really going
on. For example, this report from Barking in the U.K. during World War 2:
in the sky a large saucer shaped object (with coloured lights all round its side) spinning around and hovering above Barking Station before speedily
floating and spinning away in the direction of Barking Park and then Dagenham.
I would assume it to be around 300/400 ft above ground level and there was absolute silence from it. From where I was standing, the size was around
7ft wide 2ft deep.
Another case from 2008, from a police officer:
I hazard a guess about 1500 to 2000 feet up. It stayed perfectly still for about 3-4 minutes then appeared to shoot straight up in the air very fast,
going completely out of view in less than 30 seconds.
Additionally, it's interesting to try and gauge the MODs mentality in doing so, why release this information? All theories welcome but I think it has
something to do with the fact that other countries are divulging more and more about their UFO experiences.
Of course not all countries are doing this, and the U.S. still seem to be completely oblivious to what's going on around them. A cover up can manifest
in different forms and surely repeatedly trying to explain things (eg. The Roswell Incident) makes them look covered in guilt even more.
Pure speculation on my part but I would suggest that the MOD will not release all their UFO files because judging on what is already out, there are
probably people out there who may have had even more close and personal encounters.
These files strike me as all having a line drawn, the line being strange objects and lights in the sky, nothing beyond that. Skeptics may disagree but
I find it hard to believe that no-one had, for want of better words, more extreme experiences.
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