The Flying Saucer Evidence Everyone Ignores

Somewhere in California, the U.S Air Force maintains a warehouse full of carefully cataloged scraps of metal and at least one completely intact flying saucer. In the same warehouse there are several glass tanks of formaldehyde containing the bodies of a group of tiny humanoids retrieved from a UFO that crashed in the Southwest in the late 1940s. At least, that’s the story that’s been handed down by some American ufologists for the past 25 years. And, like a great many popular flying saucer beliefs, it’s all fiction. It was originated partly in a newspaper hoax first published in Mexico and was given immortality by humourist Frank Scully in his 1950 bestseller Behind the Flying Saucers. Scully first heard the rumor from an oil man who said he had gotten it straight from a flying saucer pilot. Later, after Scully’s sources had been tracked down and exposed by other reporters, he publicly repudiated the whole thing. But the rumor goes marching on, the Air Force still receives a letter from newcomers to the UFO scene demanding the truth about those pickled spacemen. When Air Force public relations officers reply that there is no substance to the rumor, the UFO enthusiasts…

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The Flying Saucer Evidence Everyone Ignores

Updated: January 14, 2022 — 9:26 am