The Key to Britain’s UFO X-Files

The Key to Britain’s UFO X-Files

“What does all this stuff about flying saucers amount to?” asked a curious Winston Churchill of his advisors in the summer of 1952. “What can it mean? What is the truth?”

     The 77-year-old prime minister had good reason to feel inquisitive. It was the height of the Cold War, and the news had been filled by stories of odd lights and entities invading the sky above Washington DC.
By Richard Blackledge
The Star
9-28-17

These sightings had re-ignited the ‘flying saucer’ phenomenon that began in earnest following the famous Roswell incident a few years earlier, in which a mysterious airborne disc – later explained away as a weather balloon – was believed to have crashed near a ranch in New Mexico.

The episode opened the floodgates to accounts of unidentified flying objects from the public and military personnel, leading the Government to set up its own ‘UFO desk’, as it became

New Book By David Clarke
popularly known, to examine reports that reached the Ministry of Defence in Whitehall.

People didn’t simply submit letters. For more than 60 years until the unit was scrapped in 2009, witnesses sent in photographs, drawings and even elaborate paintings of what they had spotted – the most remarkable of which are highlighted in a new book by Dr David Clarke.

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