Canada’s top scientist has launched a study aimed at evaluating who is collecting UFO information in Canada, how they are collecting the information and what analysis is being performed on the gathered data, according to a document obtained by a major Canadian news outlet. This study, the results of which
UFO whistleblower Bob Lazar’s claim that recovered saucers (and their potentially non-human occupants) were being stored and studied at a facility at Area 51 has received corroboration from the former head of the top-secret facility, revealed through conversations he had with Nevada-based investigative reporter George Knapp in the early 1990s.
A former high-ranking intelligence officer has come forward to discuss his time as the Pentagon’s top UFO investigator—the first of many potential whistleblowers, according to investigative journalist George Knapp—who has been able to offer new insight into how the Department of Defense’s modern UAP investigative bodies were formed, the nature
A last-minute amendment to this year’s National Defense Authorization Act could force the Pentagon to uncover previously undisclosed documents regarding UFOs that may have been filed away for decades. The Act directs the Department of Defense to review all available records on UAP (now referred to as unidentified anomalous phenomena) dating