UFOs Archive

The Gulf Breeze Six

UFOgate    The Gulf Breeze Six On July 9, 1990, six US military intelligence analysts from the 701st Military Intelligence Brigade at Augsburg, West Germany, at that time the biggest NSA (National Security Agency) listening post in the world outside the United States, deserted their posts, somehow convinced that the end of the world was nigh. It is one of the most extra-ordinary stories… by …

A Lone Chemist’s Quest to Expose the UFO Cover-Up

UFOgate    A lone chemist’s quest to expose the UFO cover-up In the late 1950s, chemist Leon Davidson worked at Los Alamos, the research facility where the atomic scientists had endeavoured to control the force of the atom. But atoms were not the main thing on this scientist’s mind. Davidson was interested in UFOs and hunted down the then top secret CIA Robertson Panel report. …

New York, New York: the Linda Napolitano “abduction”

UFOgate    New York, New York: the Linda Napolitano “abduction” Did the most important UFO abduction ever – proving the physical reality of the aliens – occur in late November 1989? Or was it instead a carefully constructed plot to disinform and discredit? by Philip Coppens Possibly the most sensational abduction case, the so-called ‘Brooklyn Bridge Abduction’, was slowly built up to be the “best …

The Dawn of the Extraterrestrial Crashes?

UFOgate    The Dawn of the Extraterrestrial Crashes? Fifty years before Roswell, a spacecraft allegedly crashed in the tiny Texan town of Aurora. The story even comes with a pilot “not of this world” who was buried in the local cemetery. Is the story too good to be true, or precisely what it says? by Philip Coppens Aurora, Texas. April 17, 1897. Fifty years before …

Driving Mr. Bennewitz Insane

UFOgate    Driving Mr. Bennewitz Insane Disinformation and UFOs; it is a subject that for many years has been a taboo, but by neglecting it, it will not go away, specifically not when it is becoming more and more clear that it has played an important role behind the biggest UFO stories of the last few decades. by Philip Coppens Paul Bennewitz had his own …