What Does the Government Really Know About UFO's and Other Unexplained Phenomena?

UFO scoop demanded of CIA, militaryKlayman's Freedom Watch files Freedom of Information Act requests

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WASHINGTON – What does the U.S. government really know about UFOs and other unexplained phenomena?

That's what Larry Klayman's Freedom Watch organization wants to know. And the group has filed Freedom of Information Act requests with the Central Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Department of Defense, the National Security Agency and the U.S. Air Force in an effort to find out.

In addition, the group wants to see files on unexplained atmospheric phenomena and documents that would provide evidence of non-terrestrial technology and intelligent life.

"It has long been surmised that government intelligence agencies have for years been covering up documents and activities relating to extra-terrestrial intelligence, and a public answer is long overdue," said a report on the requests in the May issue of the Freedom Watch newsletter.

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"Have the tens of thousands of documented sightings over the years been the result of a collective psychosis, a self-delusionary fabrication of the mind, or is there something more to these incidents?" asks the report.

It makes specific mention of mass sightings such as the March 13, 1997, "Phoenix Lights" and the Mexico City incident July 11, 1991.

"[W]ere these incidents something akin to a mass hallucination, were they 'black' government projects in plain sight, atmospheric phenomena, or were they truly other-worldly in nature?" the reports asks.

The report says the government has not had much to say about the phenomena since the Air Force's "Project Blue Book" was reportedly closed in 1969.

As video and photography equipment has become inexpensive and universally available in recent years, the intrigue surrounding UFOs has only increased," says the report.

"Browse through YouTube and Google video websites and you will see thousands of home videos of alleged UFOs. NASA astronauts Gordon 'Gordon' Cooper, Neil Armstrong and Edwin 'Buzz' Aldrin are among the many atronauts who have reported in interviews to have seen UFOs. You can find official NASA videos taken aboard space shuttle flights that have recorded UFOs that simply cannot be explained away. There have been countless recorded transmissions of veteran commercial aircraft pilots who have given minute-by-minute descriptions of UFOs flying next to them, so many, in fact, that it has become the official policy of all major airlines that their pilots no longer discuss UFO sightings with the public."

The report cites a recent poll showing 72 percent of Americans believe the government is not telling the public everything it knows regarding UFOs.

"It is time for the truth to be known, and our question is simple and straightforward: 'What is the government not telling us about UFOs?'"