In anticipation of the government’s official UFO report coming in less than six months thanks to the COVID-19 omnibus bill, you can now download all of the publicly available CIA documentation on UFOs.
This news could have been lost amid all of the other chaos of the past few weeks..
The Black Vault, a clearinghouse for declassified documents, has released a downloadable document archive filled with PDFs containing CIA files on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), the government’s preferred term. . Some of the reports date all the way back to the 1980s, and according to the site’s founder, John Greenewald Jr., the spy agency claims this is all of its documents on UAPs.
According to Greenewald, around 10,000 Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) reports were required to obtain the PDFs and the process was an excruciatingly long one. He scanned the documents by hand.
Greenewald has had one of the best and most famous websites since the beginning of the internet.. It has lived through countless high strangeness to continue its existence today..
Kudos and applause for a job well done.
Within the pages are a bizarre story of a mysterious explosion in a small Russian town. Residents reported seeing a “moving fiery sphere”, sparking UFO fears, but local military men concluded that a store of ammonium nitrate was the source of the blast. The CIA’s investigation was inconclusive.