The incident is just one among the hundreds of reports of UFO close encounters, from aliens with lemon-shaped heads to laser beams being shot to earth, contained in the files.

Other episodes include when two “sober” Glastonbury festival goers saw a flying saucer hover overhead and dozens of sightings which turned out to be a Virgin Airship and two boys who claimed an alien told them: “We want you, come with us”.

You can see the files here.




  1. Robart says:

    Photoshopped!

  2. Guilherme Cherman says:

    #1, oh really??

  3. Guilherme Cherman says:

    [MOVE ON]

  4. Benjamin says:

    UFO’s are sightings are probably caused by the following scenarios: the Air Force testing the next generating of aircraft, an intoxicated (probably by drugs, or lots of alcohol) redneck being taken advantage of by an equally intoxicated friend (explains how aliens use anal probes with they experiment on people), or misinterpretation of natural weather phenomena or astronomical objects.

  5. andycatus says:

    #1, Agree. St Paul’s is in the wrong place. The rest is fine.

  6. chuck says:

    “Other episodes include when two “sober” Glastonbury festival goers saw a flying saucer hover”

    Sober? At Glastonbury? Now that’s science fiction!

  7. AdmFubar says:

    seems thery are watching too much dr who and torchwood in the uk..

  8. FRAGaLOT says:

    Isn’t their proof of UFOs and aliens the Christmas special episodes of Doctor Who?

  9. Mark Derail says:

    Professional and amateur astronomers look at the sky with telescopes all the time.

    Never has a single one reported officially a UFO.

    Thus, the sightings are always something too close to Earth for telescopes – thus weather, plane, baloons, jokesters.

  10. Greg Allen says:

    I saw a UFO, once. I really saw it — not just a glance. It was up there a long time and the people with me saw it.

    I don’t believe, for a minute, that it was alien or supernatural.

    But I can’t explain it, either. A meteor would my best guess but I’ve seen hundreds of meteors and it looked _nothing_ like those. It was slow, enduring, completely visible in a big-city downtown and throwing off sparks. You ever see a meteor like that?

    So, I turned on the radio and later TV, the next morning I looked in the newspaper for articles… nothing.

    Except the Art Bell show! Callers from all over the region where talking about it. And, of course, many thought it was aliens.

    So, as long as the mainstream media embargoes UFO stories and the nutcase media has an exclusive, no wonder people take this stuff seriously.

  11. LibertyLover says:

    #10, I had a similar experience only mine appeared to be a squadron of five.

    Five?!? you say? It must have been a meteorite that busted up. Perhaps, but they all had, what appeared to be, the same exact trajectory, were only traveling about 100 mph (I’m a pilot so I can judge), and they were all the same size, arranged in a V formation (equally spaced). And they were throwing off sparks as well.

    The really weird part was my date swears she didn’t see anything and it was right over my truck. If I’d been drinking, snorting, or toking, I would have blew it off, but I was stone-cold sober.

    I still don’t know with 100% certainty what I saw. I am 100% certain I couldn’t identify them, though 🙂

    Next morning, the paper had nothing.

  12. Robart says:

    #11 A pilot who drinks, snorts and tokes? Is this Adam C?

    I know an elderly women who ran a mortuary in the Dallas area with her husband for many years. She swears that her husband, now deceased, helped with the Roswell alien bodies after they were brought to the Dallas/Ft. Worth area by the military. She said he had nightmares for years. Not sure what I believe but it’s hard to discount her story.

  13. Animby says:

    Alien beings are far more common on earth than “‘sober’ Glastonbury festival goers”

  14. Greg Allen says:

    LibertyLover,

    The “UFO” I saw was a singular object. I couldn’t really say how fast it was going but I did not seem to be way-up in the stratosphere like meteors are… more like an airplane.

    In the case of this one, lots of people saw it.

    Again, I have to say that I simply do not believe that aliens are visiting earth but I can’t explain it.

    But I totally get why people believe in conspiracy coverups about UFOs since the mainstream media won’t write about them.

  15. WmDE says:

    A book written by a meteorite hunter described his method of searching.

    If the witness describes the meteor as landing “just behind that hill” you were hundreds of miles off track.

    If the witness said it “moved slowly” you were getting closer to a possible landing site.

    If the witness said it “did not move at all” you were talking to the guy most likely to have been hit.

    When you are standing between the railroad tracks at night, the locomotive headlight doesn’t show much movement.

  16. Mark Derail says:

    #15 good analogy. I’ll use that.

    Same would be true of a weather ballon rising directly above you, seeming to suddenly disappear when you blink.

  17. LibertyLover says:

    #15, One of things pilots are taught: If you see an airplane up close and it isn’t moving, DODGE!

  18. Animby says:

    #17 – Seems to me I remember when I got my private license, they told us if it doesn’t appear to be moving, it’s at least a half mile away. Granted you did say if it were up close. But, honestly, if it’s so close it doesn’t appear to be moving, dodging ain’t gonna help. And there ain’t time to pray. There’s only one thing you can do: hope you’re in a simulator.

  19. LibertyLover says:

    #18, You are correct but that story is more fun at parties 🙂

  20. Mr. Fusion says:

    #18, animby,

    OR, they are flying on a parallel course.

    And if you see one dead ahead that fills your window, just hope your life insurance is paid up.

  21. Uncle Patso says:

    On a flight from DFW to St. Louis, right after the captain told us Little Rock was visible on the right, I was looking out the window on the left when I saw another jet pass by going the opposite direction. It passed no more than half a mile away, possibly closer. It was visible for no more than four or five seconds. At the time I thought it was neat, but I later wondered, are airliners supposed to fly that close to each other?

    Sometimes it’s not the unidentified flying objects that are the scariest.

  22. JRB says:

    too much syfy


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