UFO The reports were taken more seriously after the Pentagon revealed its extensive investigations – but a leading ufologist expressed serious concern about the report.
The multimillion-dollar dossier explores what the U.S. calls “UAPs” – unidentified aerial phenomena – and was launched after an unexplained encounter with USS Nimitz in 2004.
So far the official position is from the US military is that the phenomenon remains unexplained, but is hardly evidence of contact with aliens, one recently declassified document shows strange physical side effects from contact with UFOs indicating that they may pose a danger to humans.
A 12-year-old report prepared by Bigelow Aerospace under a $ 22 million contract with the U.S. government describes injuries caused by “abnormal advanced aerospace systems.”
It contains testimonies of people who saw or came in contact with UFOs and later reported a wide range of physical ailments, including headaches, temporary paralysis and what appears to have been radiation burns.
Much of the data in the report appears to have been taken from a 1996 dossier compiled by ufologist John F. Schussler.
Among the dozens of reported cases are several from the UK.
One of Rowley Regis in the West Midlands describes a woman who saw a “strange light” in her garden.
“She called the dog inside, and he lay down like under drugs,” the report said.
Then three little creatures materialized in her house, which apparently contacted her telepathically for a short time before leaving the “egg-shaped” ship, which left a round dent on her lawn.
Later, the woman “fell ill and had sore eyes for a week.” The report adds that her electric watch stopped and all of her videotapes were damaged as if they had been exposed to a strong magnet.
In the same 1979, obviously, “an alien of abduction ”reported in Livingston, Scotland.
“Robert Taylor encountered a large object while walking in the woods,” the report said. “Something broke out of it and grabbed him when he lost consciousness.
“When he regained consciousness, he remembered the suffocating smell in the air. He had a blinding headache, a burning sensation in his chin, itching in his left thigh, and he was very weak. “
Again, after the incident, “traces were found on the ground where the incident took place.
The third horrific incident occurred in Todmorden, West Yorkshire, a year later.
“Police officer Alan Godfrey, after leaving the service, found that in front of the road hovered an oval object,” – said in a statement.
“He wrote it down in his report and found himself further down the road than he should have been. He returned to the place and found that the road was dry and winding. “
Under hypnosis, Godfrey later recalled how a ray of light blinded him and made him lose consciousness. He came into the room, where he was examined by small strange-looking creatures.
However, he later told the Huddersfield Daily Examiner, “I never said I was abducted by aliens.”
Godfrey was an investigating officer the mysterious death of 56-year-old Sigmund Adamski six months earlier. This is also blamed for some meeting with aliens.
However, while the documentation of the recently released Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program (AAWSAP) has been described by some as a “discovery bomb from the Pentagon”, British UFO researcher Nigel Watson more skeptical.
He told the Daily Star: “None of these cases have been investigated by AAWSAP or any official UFO investigation team in the US or the UK.
“Indeed, these and other cases are simply taken from UFO magazines and tabloids such as the National Enquirer. Pretty lazy way to collect data for a serious research paper »
“The only bomb from the multimillion-dollar report, Nigel says, is that the Pentagon has paid so much for so little!”