UFO hunters boosted as CIA declassifies huge haul of historic records

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The truth is out there….and now you can see for yourself.

Alien hunters can now scour through all previously-classified UFO files.

The CIA has made their documents and records public for the first time as an official report is set to be published later this year.

A huge document dump was uploaded showing all recorded on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.

Records can be downloaded as a PDF via Black Vault, a private database of declassified records.

It includes hundreds of pages of previously confidential information held by American military chiefs.

The Black Vault hosts tonnes of new information – but it is not known whether more exists.

Newly-released reports detail encounters with UFOs

Records obtained by the FOI experts date all the way back to the 1980s, they say.

Sceptics say there may be more information being kept behind closed doors, as it is impossible to verify whether what has been released is the entire catalogue.

Famed UFO expert and former Blink 182 guitarist Tom DeLonge, who has released declassified videos of UFOs himself, said: “I assume they mean ‘some’, not ‘all’.”

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The Pentagon has been ordered to publish a report this year

Among the documents are bizarre stories and alleged contact with extraterrestrials, coming straight from the CIA’s own database.

Black Vault founder John Greenwald told Motherboard he’s been requesting information for decades.

He said: “Around 20 years ago, I had fought for years to get additional UFO records released from the CIA. It was like pulling teeth! I went around and around with them to try and do so, finally achieving it.”

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It’s the news UFO enthusiasts have been waiting to hear

Some documents include midnight explosions in a small Russian town and a dispute with a Bosnian fugitive and ET contact.

Earlier this year outgoing president Donald Trump signed a bill forcing the Pentagon and spy agencies to reveal all intelligence about UFOs.

An official report will soon be published into sightings of mysterious aircraft near military bases.





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