Classified UFO records are now online

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has declassified more than 700 documents about unidentified flying objects (UFO) sightings which people can now download from Black Vault, a UFO enthusiast site and the largest privately run archive of declassified documents in the world.

The new disclosure consists of more than 2,700 pages of scanned documents involving Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP), which is the U.S. government’s term for UFOs.

You can access around 713 PDF files with sequentially numbered titles. Specific cases are difficult to unless you open each document, and some of the documents are decades-old scans that are hard to read.

Black Vault mentioned in its blog that it spent years fighting for them, and many were released in the late 1990s. However, over time, the CIA made a CD-ROM collection of UFO documents. UFO and alien enthusiasts can now experience the thrill by reading some of the most interesting and mysterious stories.

Last year, the Pentagon declassified UFO videos and released them to the public citing the need for pilots to feel comfortable reporting such phenomena. The disclosure stoked new excitement and thrill about the possibility that alien life might have visited Earth.

Most of the records available are easy to understand. However, there are others that are hard to covert and understand. Due to passage of time the scans cannot be clearly visible. Still, they are worth a read.

If you are a die-hard Alien and UFO enthusiast you just cannot miss this one!

You can download and access the files from here:

1 comment

  • Louis

    When this news came out I was so excited! I am still taking my time going through these documents, but how can people even consider denying the truth now!!!

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