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CIA highlights old UFO files prior to new X-Files episodes

The CIA chose to take advantage of the fervor created by the new X-Files episodes by posting two UFO articles highlighting their best UFO cases, skeptical reports, a few UFO pictures and a report on "How To Investigate a Flying Saucer." Although most media outlets are reporting that these files have been newly released, that is not the case. And, although the CIA says they released the files in 1978, they are not mentioning that they did not give them up easily. It actually took a legal battle.

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CIA panel answers questions about UFOs at Area 51

At a recent special event held by the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada, a panel of former and current CIA employees answered questions about Area 51 and the discussion included talk about UFOs. However, their answers left some, including local media, doubting.

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Experts chime in on Puerto Rico UFO video

Since the release of a report analyzing a UFO video allegedly captured by a Customs and Board Patrol (CBP) aircraft using a thermal imaging camera, online UFO researchers have shared a lot of opinions. Several have come up with alternate theories. However, the few experts that have shared an opinion support the findings in the report.

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UFO buzzes North Dakota Air Force base

A former serviceman stationed at Minot Air Force Base, Minot, North Dakota, recalled watching a silent, pyramid-shaped UFO crossing the base with multiple witnesses, according to testimony in Case 69775 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

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Leaked UFO video captured by Homeland Security analyzed

A group of UFO researchers with backgrounds in science have come together to analyze an alleged UFO video they have confirmed comes from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The object in the video was captured by a thermal imaging camera on a DHS aircraft, and according to the researchers, it exhibits characteristics that cannot be explained by any known aircraft or natural phenomenon.

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Witness names military installation from UFO encounter

The Indiana witness near Clinton who recently recalled a UFO incident from 1994 when a slow moving, triangle-shaped UFO moved low over a government installation while he was conducting security work, has named the Newport Chemical Depot as the site during an interview with Indiana MUFON Field Investigator Ned Delaney, in Case 66660 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

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Physicist claims Bob Lazar did work at Los Alamos

Bob Lazar is the alleged UFO whistleblower whose claims of working on back engineering alien spacecraft at Area 51 have made the secretive base famous...in a recent interview a documentary filmmaker shared statements he was given by a physicist who worked at Los Alamos National Laboratories in which he claims to have met Lazar at Los Alamos and can confirm he was employed as a physicist.

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Supreme court forces German parliament to release report on UFOs

After years of law suits, the Federal Administrative Supreme court of Germany forces the administration of the German Parliament – the Bundestag – to release and give public access to a report on "UFOs, the search for extraterrestrial intelligence and Germany's implementation UN-Resolution A/33/426″ (that asked its member states to conduct official research into UFOs) compiled by the parliamentary "Scientifical Service.“

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