UFO Conjecture(s)

Saturday, August 09, 2014

A reminder for our Brit friends, CDA, Nick Redfern, Ross Evans, et al.



  • I missed this completely.

    I first saw the documents or at least the transcripts in 'Above Top Secret' by Timothy Good.

    I sincerely doubt any Prime Minister since has bothered to query the issue with any degree of seriousness.

    By Blogger Ross, at Tuesday, August 12, 2014  

  • Was this the sum total of Churchill's interest in UFOs? As far as I know there is no other document or memo from him on the subject, so perhaps he was just a bit curious over the Washington sightings but thereafter took no interest.

    I am certain that an investigator like Timothy Good would have located something of importance from Churchill if it existed.

    And as Ross says, no other PM has shown the slightest interest either before or since.

    There was that gossipy American woman Dorothy Kilgallen who says she spoke to someone of cabinet rank, at a cocktail party, who told her about a crashed saucer in the UK. He was anonymous of course, but rumored to be Lord Mountbatten, in 1955. (He was a believer but was not "of cabinet rank" or part of the UK government).

    By Blogger cda, at Tuesday, August 12, 2014  

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