US and UK military men to reveal UFO secrets
One of the most intriguing mysteries, UFOs, would be discussed by a panel of distinguished military men on September 22. The discussion would include previous sightings and personal experiences of the speakers from both the US and the UK military, who will delve into the extra-terrestrial mysteries of Area 51.
WHILE STEVEN Spielberg's 'E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial' might be the most loved movie on extra-terrestrial beings, yet there are a few who actually believe in the concept of another world
and Unidentified flying objects (UFO). People who have seen anything to suggest life on another planet would certainly believe in it but for the rest it is still a concept - good movies, gripping stories to read in novels and a intriguing part of life. However, a Smithsonian Institution affiliated museum in Las Vegas has organized an event where the military men, who believe in UFOs, would meet and exchange their experiences.
Speakers from the US military as well as the UK military would be present to speak on the mysteries they have heard of or witnessed during their posting in various parts of the world. It would be a one night event scheduled for September 22 and would be quite interesting as men who have had experiences of the other world would speak openly about it without anyone judging them. As reported by zeenews.com, the National Atomic Testing Museum organized the event for all the UFO believers who normally cannot speak their minds out due to the fact that UFO is just a concept for most of the people.
Col. John Alexander, one of the speakers, scheduled to speak during the event, was quoted as saying, “What you’re getting from this panel are people who have worked with the military, all of whom certainly agree that UFOs are real, and I think most of them would say it ought to be researched.” Other people who would join the discussion would be Col Bill Coleman of the US Air Force, former Project Blue Book that investigated UFO reports between 1947 to 1969. He would also be joined by Col Robert Friend, who was the former director of the Blue Project.
The Blue Project recorded a total of 701 unidentified sightings from 1947 to 1969, according to the published archives. There are guest speakers such as Nick Pope, who served as a UFO investigator with the UK’s Ministry of Defence, and Col. Charles Halt who was Deputy Base Commander at Bentwaters, the UK’s former Royal Air Force station.