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FBI file claims recovery of 'metallic UFOs'

By T.K. Randall
September 29, 2015 · Comment icon 18 comments

Does a leaked memo contain details of UFOs ? Image Credit: PD - Federal Bureau of Investigation
A controversial memo found by workers in Japan describes the finding of three UFOs in New Mexico.
The questionable document was allegedly uncovered by investigators at the Hakui Center for UFO Research in Tokyo. It isn't clear if the memo is genuine or how it came to be there however there are rumors that the bureau itself has expressed concern over its release to the public.

"An investigator for the Air Force states that three so-called flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico," the leaked memo allegedly states. "They were described as being circular in shape with raised centers, approximately 50 feet in diameter. Each one was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only 3 feet tall, dressed in metallic cloth of a very fine texture."
The memo also claims that the craft were recovered in New Mexico because a high-powered government radar installation in that region interferes with their control mechanisms.

With no way to corroborate the authenticity or origins of the document however the chances of it being a genuine FBI memo about crashed UFOs are slim to none.

Source: Yahoo! News | Comments (18)




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Comment icon #9 Posted by Sweetpumper 9 years ago
Is there... Was there a extra powerful radar/radio installation in New Mexico? I've not heard that angle before. I've heard that before.
Comment icon #10 Posted by Matt Vinyl 9 years ago
Thanks Lost Shaman. It did give me a slight feeling of 'old news'. So much chaff, I do really wonder sometimes if there is indeed any wheat out there. (Extraterrestrial farmers, hehehe).
Comment icon #11 Posted by dharma warrior 9 years ago
I spent a year in New Mexico one month. Poor aliens probably died of boredom.
Comment icon #12 Posted by Leo Krupe 9 years ago
I spent a year in New Mexico one month. Poor aliens probably died of boredom. It's like someone I once knew said they vacationed in Alabama. I said, "That's not a vacation. That's a sentence."
Comment icon #13 Posted by Junior Chubb 9 years ago
I spent a year in New Mexico one month. Poor aliens probably died of boredom. How did you fit a year into a month?
Comment icon #14 Posted by ZONE-UFO 9 years ago
Beware the center Hakui never find any documents! ( The questionable document was allegedly uncovered by investigators at the Hakui Center for UFO Research in Tokyo. It isn't clear if the memo is genuine or how it came to be there however there are rumors that the bureau itself has expressed concern over its release to the public.) really ? see this:
Comment icon #15 Posted by taniwha 9 years ago
I spent a year in New Mexico one month. Poor aliens probably died of boredom. Didnt you know aliens throw MASSIVE parties in the sky?
Comment icon #16 Posted by Immune to Bieberfever 9 years ago
At the moment i read "it is not clear the memo is genuine" my "balony alarm" went off.
Comment icon #17 Posted by MisterMan 9 years ago
I don't know if the memo is genuine, but you can see it on the FBI's site... https://vault.fbi.gov/hottel_guy
Comment icon #18 Posted by Calibeliever 9 years ago
How did you fit a year into a month? LOL ... exactly


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