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Reports and Documents of unsolved UFO sightings and encounters between 1986 and 1992 have now been made available on line. These reports will be fascinating reading for Ufologists all over the world.

Many reports and documents covering sightings between 1986 and 1992 are now online. Almost 200 similar files will be made available by the MoD over the next four years.

The files now available include an Air Force pilot's account of being ordered to shoot down a UFO that appeared on his radar over East Anglia. The files also contain, as I will describe below, a letter from a woman claiming to be from the Sirius system who said her spacecraft crashed in Britain during World War II.

According to the reports, some sightings include:

In October 1986, three white/mauve lights were seen in Selsden while a round very bright orange light was seen on 21st October in Aberdeen. A brightly illuminated cigar shaped object was seen in Skegness that October and there is a separate report from the 19th October of an observer seeing a cigar shaped bright and illuminated object. On the 20th October a white/grey bright and roundish light was seen in Aberdeen. On the same day an alternating green and white light was observed traveling in a straight line over the skies of Glasgow.

At the end of July 1987, two objects, approximately one foot in size were observed above the horizon near Bristol Airport. The objects merged then separated. One remained static, the other came towards observer and passed overhead. Also in July a walker in Harrogate saw a bright light flashing in the sky. The object was moving fast: faster than an aircraft and a large round hoped object with even spaced white lights with an orange glow were observed in Essex.

In August, 1987 in Suffolk, an observer on a bicycle reported seeing an 'elliptical bright orange and very thin and bright object' for at least 10 minutes. The object didn't appear to move but the top of the object pulsed then vanished. On 4 August 1987 at 3 am for approximately five minutes a very bright white light three times the size of a star appeared to an observer who was in the courtyard of an old people's home in Southend. This object moved rapidly in a straight line. On 6 August 1987 on a road approaching Mudford, a round and bright object the size of a full moon was seen to travel parallel with a moving car.

In August in Northampton, a red and then a second green light joined with another white light which was flashing red beneath. A note on the report added that one of the witnesses was anxious to asset they were not cranks and were surprised no one else had rung.

The files include letters of alien encounters including a one describing someone's experience in the summer of 1989 when a person was walking towards the railway lines at 'Feltham Lane' when a Flying Saucer landed in front of him. Two aliens came out 'not green men, nor did they have funny heads, they are the same as us, human they were dressed all in black'. The letter continues with the experience saying the aliens spoke perfect English. Another letter asks for further information about a UFO that crashed 'somewhere in this country' during WW2 and was recovered by the military. Seemingly the crashed vehicle contained "two males from Spectra a planet orbiting the star Zeta Tucanae and a female from one of the two inhabited planets in the Sirius System, Amazon the planet of warrior woman." More amazing is that the writer admits 'That female was me. So I have a right to ask my question!' She then goes on to give her story!

To see these files for yourself, visit the National Archives UFO press releases.

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