On 10/26/2013 09:09 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > On Thursday, October 24, 2013 9:59:15 AM UTC-7, David Bernier wrote: [...]
>> I think you would like "Coast to Coast AM". I just got a subscription, >> >> allowing download of archives programs as mp3 files. They're >> >> strong on UFOs (nobody seems to know all the truth there), and >> >> long-standing quagmire investigations such as the Inslaw/PROMIS >> >> case, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danny_Casolaro . >> >> >> >> Coast to Coast AM: >> >> < http://www.coasttocoastam.com/ > . >> >> >> >> David (Big Bony) Bernier >> >> >> >> -- >> >> Let us all be paranoid. More so than no such agence, Bolon Yokte K'uh >> >> willing. > > > > > > Hey Dave, > > I'm not big on UFO's... you sent me a video a couple years ago > on structures found on the other side of the moon and an argument of authority > that it must be a true coverup! > > Do tell... what is the fascination with the little green guys who are > probably more than Graham's Number distant anyway!
It's only in the past 10 to 20 years that the FBI has made available correspondence on alleged flying saucer sightings from about 1947.
There are 16 files at the so-called FBI "Vault", UFO sub-section here:
Nick Pope, formerly of the Ministry of National Defence (UK), has spoken at gatherings on "disclosure".
Perhaps the most notable "weird thing/airacrat" case in the UK is the so-called "Rendlesham Forest incident", around 1980.
Pope himself has looked at the usual theories and found none to be entirely satisfactory. The UK MOD view is "unexplained" & "of no military significance".
An American left with evidence, but he was a high-up. Pope says this is inconsistent with the US statement of no military investigations after Project Blue Book closed. Nick Pope also says that the Brits were none too happy with the American Commander who left with bits and pieces related to the Rendlesham Forest incident when he went to his Headquarters in Germany.