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British MOD X-Files : Churchill Had Ordered a 50-Year Cover-up On UFOs

According to latest British MOD UFO X-Files Winston Churchill Had ordered a 50-year Cover-up On UFO X-Files .

Yesterday we had informed our readers that how David Clarke made a Freedom of Information request in 2007 for internal MoD documents about Mr Pope's decision to speak publicly about his conversion from sceptic to believer in the possibility that extra-terrestrials are visiting Earth.

But more than three years later, the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has upheld the department's refusal to publish the files by giving excuse that British UFO X-files contain personal information.
But now unexpectedly finally British MOD reveal its secret UFO X-Files.

According to newly released documents. " after an RAF plane encountered a metallic flying object on the coast of England which "hovered noiselessly" near the craft as the crew snapped photos.
Churchill had ordered immediately classified this UFO sighting event since it would create mass panic and destroy one's belief in the church.

A weapons expert at the time said the hovering object was "totally beyond any imagined capabilities of the time."
The incident allegedly involved an RAF reconnaissance plane returning from a mission in France or Germany towards the end of the war.

It was over or near the English coastline when it was suddenly intercepted by a strange metallic object which matched the aircraft's course and speed for a time before accelerating away and disappearing.

The unidentified author who is a scientist by profession in a letter says his grandfather attended a wartime meeting between Churchill and Dwight Eisenhower during which the two expressed concern over the incident and "decided to keep it secret."
The scientist said: 'This event was discussed by Mr Churchill and General Eisenhower, neither of whom knew what had been observed.

'There was a general inability for either side to match a plausible account to these observations, and this caused a high degree of concern.'

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He added: 'During the discussion with Mr Churchill, a consultant (who worked in the Cumbria area during the war) dismissed any possibility that the object had been a missile, since a missile could not suddenly match its speed with a slower aircraft and then accelerate again.

'He declared that the event was totally beyond any imagined capabilities of the time.

'Another person at the meeting raised the possibility of an unidentified flying object, at which point Mr Churchill declared that the incident should be immediately classified for at least 50 years and its status reviewed by a future Prime Minister.'

The scientist said his grandfather did not talk about what he heard, other than to tell his daughter when she was aged nine.

He added: '(He) remained convinced until his death in 1973 that technological capabilities existed that were not generally known to the public or indeed even to world leaders.

'He would occasionally hint that our flight technologies were far inferior to the possible limits of development without elaborating on the events that he witnessed during the war.'

Whitehall officials investigated the claims but could find no records of the discussions between Churchill and Eisenhower, the newly-released documents show.

An MoD official wrote back to the man in September 1999: 'It was generally the case that before 1967 all UFO files were destroyed after five years as there was insufficient public interest in the subject to merit their permanent retention.

The Ministry of Defense subsequently investigated the case but found no written record of the incident, the files say. In a 1999 note in ‘Red Book’ - the weekly intelligence survey, the ministry said it "does not have any expertise or role in respect of 'UFO/flying saucer' matters or to the question of the existence or otherwise of extraterrestrial lifeforms, about which it remains totally open-minded."

'Therefore, any UFO report files from the WWII era would most probably have been destroyed.'

And a month later a civil servant in the Cabinet Office told him: 'In your letter, you say that the discussion between Churchill and Eisenhower on the UFO sighting should have been recorded.

'We have had a look through our lists of material for this period, and I am afraid that we cannot immediately see anything on this subject. Neither do we have any filed on this matter which remain closed.'

Churchill is known to have expressed an interest in UFOs. source

Nick Pope, who used to investigate UFO sightings for the MoD, said: "The interesting thing is that most of the UFO files from that period have been destroyed.
"But what happened is that a scientist whose grandfather was one of his [Churchill's] bodyguards, said look, Churchill and Eisenhower got together to cover up this phenomenal UFO sighting, that was witnessed by an RAF crew on their way back from a bombing raid.

A sketch from the National Archives' UFO files shows a "flying saucer" that was purportedly sighted over a cornfield at East Grinstead in 1995.


The documents also include reports of a famous incident dubbed the "Welsh Roswell" in 1974, where members of the public reported seeing lights in the sky and feeling a tremor in the ground.

Other cases included in the files are:
  1. A near-miss with an "unidentified object" reported by the captain and first officer of a 737 plane approaching Manchester Airport in 1995.
  2. A mountain rescue team called to investigate a "crashed UFO" in the Berwyn Mountains in Wales in 1974.
  3. Attempted break-ins at RAF Rudloe Manor in Wiltshire - sometimes referred to as Britain's "Area 51" - the US's secretive desert military base.
  4. The Western Isles incident, when a loud explosion was reported in the sky over the Atlantic in the Outer Hebrides.
  5. The 14-minutes of "missing" film relating to the Blue Streak missile test launch in 1964, believed by some to show a "spaceman".
  6. A gambler from Leeds who held a 100-1 bet on alien life being discovered before the end of the 20th Century, and who approached the government for evidence to support his claim after the bookmakers refused to pay out. The MoD said it was open-minded about extra-terrestrial life but had no evidence of its existence.

The files come from more than 5,000 pages of UFO reports and letters and drawings from members of the public, as well as questions raised by MPs in Parliament.

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