FBI Declassified Memo Confirms UFO? Document

There are so many claims and claims on UFO.

Roswell incident is one where no body has been able to deny the story emphatically.Area 51?

Here is a Report.

You may decide.



UFOs or No?
The Guy Hottel Memo.


Read my posts under Astrophysics.


A single-page March 22, 1950 memo by Guy Hottel, special agent in charge of the Washington Field Office, regarding UFOs is the most viewed document in the FBI Vault, our online repository of public records.
A single-page March 22, 1950 memo by Guy Hottel, special agent in charge of the Washington Field Office, regarding UFOs is the most viewed document in the FBI Vault, our online repository of public records.




It’s the most popular file in the FBI Vault—our high-tech electronic reading room housing various Bureau records released under the Freedom of Information Act. Over the past two years, this file has been viewed nearly a million times. Yet, it is only a single page, relaying an unconfirmed report that the FBI never even followed up on.


The file in question is a memo dated March 22, 1950—63 years ago last week. It was authored by Guy Hottel, then head of our field office in Washington, D.C. (see sidebar below for a brief biography). Like all memos to FBI Headquarters at that time, it was addressed to Director J. Edgar Hoover and recorded and indexed in FBI records.


The subject of the memo was anything but ordinary. It related a story told to one of our agents by a third party who said an Air Force investigator had reported that three “flying saucers” were recovered in New Mexico. The memo provided the following detail:

“They [the saucers] were described as being circular in shape with raised centers, approximately 50 feet in diameter. Each one was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only three feet tall, dressed in metallic cloth of a very fine texture. Each body was bandaged in a manner similar to the blackout suits used by speed fliers and test pilots.”



After relaying an informant’s claim that the saucers had been found because the government’s “high-powered radar” in the area had interfered with “the controlling mechanism of the saucers,” the memo ends simply by saying that “[n]o further evaluation was attempted” concerning the matter by the FBI agent.

That might have been the end of this particular story, just another informational dead end in the FBI files. But when we launched the Vault in April 2011, some media outlets noticed the Hottel memo and erroneously reported that the FBI had posted proof of a UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico and the recovery of wreckage and alien corpses. The resulting stories went viral, and traffic to the new Vault soared.


So what’s the real story? A few facts to keep in mind:


First, the Hottel memo isn’t new. It was first released publicly in the late 1970s and had been posted on the FBI website for several years prior to the launch of the Vault.


Second, the Hottel memo is dated nearly three years after the infamous events in Roswell in July 1947. There is no reason to believe the two are connected. The FBI file on Roswell (another popular page) is posted elsewhere on the Vault.


Third, as noted in an earlier story, the FBI has only occasionally been involved in investigating reports of UFOs and extraterrestrials. For a few years after the Roswell incident, Director Hoover did order his agents—at the request of the Air Force—to verify any UFO sightings. That practice ended in July 1950, four months after the Hottel memo, suggesting that our Washington Field Office didn’t think enough of that flying saucer story to look into it.


Finally, the Hottel memo does not prove the existence of UFOs; it is simply a second- or third-hand claim that we never investigated. Some people believe the memo repeats a hoax that was circulating at that time, but the Bureau’s files have no information to verify that theory.


Sorry, no smoking gun on UFOs. The mystery remains…


– The Guy Hottel memo
– Records on other unexplained phenomenon






2012 in A Minute Video, Reuters

A capsule of the events of 2012  by Reuters Video

A multimedia showcase of some of 2012’s top stories, including the war in Syria, the Benghazi attack, anti-austerity protests, super-storm Sandy, the South African miner tragedy, the U.S. election and Felix Baumgartner‘s space jump. Production by Jillian Kitchener.


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Some UFO Footage From Russia

UFO Alien Weapon Found In Russia

‘Software engineer and UFO researcher, Anthony F. Sanchez, presented details about an underground base in Dulce, New Mexico, and its connection to the Greys. Much of his information comes from “Colonel X,” a retired military whistleblower, who wishes to remain to anonymous. Col. X told him he was assigned to work at the Dulce base after a 1979 breech in which the military battled the Greys over the human abduction issue, and many people involved in the fight ended up missing or dead. (The violent engagement concurs with the late Phil Schneider’s account– Col. X claims to have met with Schneider).

The Greys are actually not aliens; they were created by a progenitor race here on Earth around 25,000 years ago, Sanchez explained. The Greys are still working out of the Dulce base, as well as at the Pine Gap underground base in Australia, he said. Currently at Dulce, there’s conventional weapons development using plasma nuclear technology, bio-experimentation that accounts for the cattle and animal mutilations, and genetic testing that relates to human abductions in the area, he continued’


Ancient Aliens : The Mysterious Island



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Paraplegic,Ignored, Crawls in Desert.

It is News only if and when some one helps some one in distress.

I am posting this story of a Man ,Paraplegic, who had to crawl four Miles in a Desert  before he was helped by a motorist.

When are we going to become Humane again?

Having known the attitude of people,the Man should have known this at 49, why did he venture out with out necessary back up?

Mr Gimore dragged himself along on his bottom Pic: Farmington Daily Times

‘A paraplegic man from Newcomb is in the hospital after he dragged himself four miles down a dirt road off U.S. Highway 491.
Ricky Gilmore, 49, was found last week on Tocito Road, about 30 miles south of Shiprock after a man and woman left him there without his wheelchair.
Gilmore struggled for three days and two nights before anyone stopped to help him. He said three vehicles, including one from the Native American Church, passed him while he scooted on his buttocks in search of help.
After a man stopped to help him and called an ambulance, the Northern Navajo Medical Center admitted Gilmore.
They are treating    him for acute kidney failure, a sprained wrist and extensive blood infection, medical center officials said.
“It was like torture,” said Gilmore, who filed a police report at the Shiprock Police Department on Thursday.


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Jump From 39 Kms. Felix Baumgartner.Is Worth? Raw Videos

There was a discussion on whether the record jump of Felix Baumgartner fro 38.1 kms is worth celebrating.

The same applies some feats in The Guinness Book of World Records.

While this jump  may have assured Felix that he is capable of seemingly impossible feat by Humans, what does it really convey?

That if you want to risk your Life, some feats can be performed and that you get the attention of others in a big way.

You might get some commercial contracts.

Beyond this…?

Felix may look at this, say ,after 15-20 years  and wondr what he had been doing?

Is Felix Baumgartner someone worth celebrating? A great many of you watched the Austrian daredevil’s record-breaking 39km plunge to earth from a balloon. Was his feat something which teaches us more about humanity? Or is it an irrelevant distraction? Why does it seem to have captured the imagination?..

n jumping out of a balloon 128,100ft (24 miles; 39km) above New Mexico, the 43-year-old also smashed the record for the highest ever freefall.

He said he almost aborted the dive because his helmet visor fogged up.

Footage from a camera on Baumgartner’s chest shows out-of-control spin

It took just under 10 minutes for him to descend. Only the last few thousand feet were negotiated by parachute.

Once down, he fell to his knees and raised his fists in triumph. Helicopter recovery teams were on hand moments later.

“Let me tell you – when I was standing there on top of the world, you become so humble. You don’t think about breaking records anymore, you don’t think about gaining scientific data – the only thing that you want is to come back alive,” he said afterwards at a media conference.”

* How is it that he had not been burnt alive for the velocity faster than Sound,he was nor incinerated?,

BBC – Baumgartner and Red Bull – Strasphere Jump Record 2012 – 12.10.2012


Felix Baumgartner – Red Bull Stratos – Space Jump [Full Video] HD

Felix Baumgartner’s Test Jump – Red Bull Stratos

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