Britain releases new UFO files

Which is the real UFO?

Reports of “flying Toblerones” and objects travelling at 1,100 mph across the Scottish sky have been released by the Ministry of Defence.

The files detail how unidentified objects have been witnessed flying over a range of locations across Scotland.

The Scottish accounts are among the thousands of reports made of close encounters with UFOs across the UK which have been released in a joint project between the MoD and the National Archives.

I think flying chocolate bars is a terrific idea.

7 thoughts on “Britain releases new UFO files

  1. zorki says:

    Seeing is believing is absolute proof, but who does one tell, nobody, is the right answer, keep it to yourself because one is convinced. Experts pump out their own beliefs and ideals, again without proof, but they expect us to believe them. look how many times their predictions are wrong or countered by their own kind. I have seen, and I know what i witnessed with my own eyes, a spectacle of mystery and amazing wonder, beyond what is described as normal. There is no such thing.

  2. Cinaedh says:

    I’m convinced we’re all living in an intergalactic, reality TV show and we must be getting pretty good ratings, too.

    There seem to be a hell of a lot of different aliens with nothing better to do than to fly around our skies and watch us live out our boring daily lives.

    I think the anal probes are probably nothing more than minor fine tuning.

  3. Jägermeister says:

    So many sightings, so little evidence. If it looks like a hoax, smells like a hoax and sounds like a hoax… well, then it most likely is a hoax.

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