The first such sighting in modern history was in 1947 when Kenneth Arnold witnessed nine UFOs near Mount Rainier in Washington state while flying a small aircraft. Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) have been spotted all over the world and have been linked with alleged alien abductions.
A report by the Pentagon which is due to be delivered to the US Congress later this month concludes that while there is no evidence aliens are responsible for UFOs it is also impossible to rule them out, according to the New York Times.
UFO researchers around the world have been eagerly anticipating the unclassified report which describes the sightings as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP).
The Pentagon’s UAP Task Force looked into 120 incidents in the last 20 years which involved craft which suddenly accelerated in the sky, changed direction rapidly or had the ability to submerge.
Caught on Camera
Last year the Pentagon released footage taken by US Navy pilots showing encounters with the UAPs.
Former President Barack Obama told a US talk show last month: “What is true – and I’m actually being serious here – is that there’s footage and records of objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are.”
The report, due to be given to Congress by 25 June, will have a classified section, which is likely to fuel conspiracy theories.
The Daily Telegraph reported recently the British Ministry of Defence was considering reopening its UFO investigation…