UFO Reports Declassified : 130000 UFO pages available online

UFO Reports Declassified : 130000 UFO pages available online

Thousands of Air Force files on UFO sightings and investigations are now on the internet. UFO enthusiast John Greenewald had been filing freedom of information act requests for nearly two decades.

A week ago, Greenewald uploaded 130,000 pages of declassified reports to his online database.

His website, The Black Vault, claims to have archived 1,322,017 declassified government documents since he began in 1996.

“Since 1996, I have filed more than 4,000 FOIA requests to nearly every government agency, regarding nearly every government secret that exists,” writes John.

“I was 15-years-old when I start, and now, nearly two decades later, this archive is the result [sic].”

Among the files on John’s site, he has published the Project Blue Book, a series of studies carried out on unidentified flying objects by the United States Air Force.

Started in 1952, the project was terminated 17 years later after concluding that there was no UFO reported, investigated and evaluated by the Air Force that was an indication of threat to national security.

John’s archives are the first time all the files have been searchable in one place, but it does reveal that most of the 10,000 mysterious reports of alien activity can be put down to cases of mistaken identity.

But John, who spoke to the New York Daily News, said these documents are just the “tip of the iceberg with what the military and US government is hiding behind the UFO phenomenon.”

“The UFO phenomenon was a true fear. Is it an alien threat or a threat from the Soviets or recycled Nazi technology,” Greenewald said. “It wasn’t too far off from the Pearl Harbour bombings.”

Undecided? Take a look at some mysterious “alien” sightings in the gallery and video below.