A British man recounted how two “government officials” paid him a visit after seeing a U̳F̳O̳, despite the country\’s Defense Ministry officially assuring that it “never responds” to these types of reports.
Does this mean that government officials, or maybe someone or something else, who knows, maybe a secret service agency, are secretly collecting data on possible encounters with a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s?
At least that\’s what a report from the Sunday edition of the tabloid Daily Star suggests. The revelation comes after a reader reported being visited by two government officials after reporting a possible U̳F̳O̳ sighting to police. In short, the educator, who lives with his wife and three children in Leeds, described himself as “very sane”, not wanting his identity to come out for fear of the potential impact his claims would have. about his family. visited by “Men in Black”.
“I saw a dark orange ball in the sky. At first I thought it was a helicopter or a plane in trouble. But instead of falling to the ground, the sphere remained floating in the air, “he said. “I was a bit surprised and confused. The idea that it was a U̳F̳O̳ or anything else didn\’t cross my mind. I went home and thought there might be a website to report unusual aircraft sightings, but I couldn\’t find one, so I ended up contacting the police.
The man said that about 10 days later, two mysterious men came to his home. “There were two men in suits with briefcases who showed some form of identification and claimed to be government officials. They asked me to talk about what they called “the event” in which I saw a shiny object. They wanted to know the position, the time and how high in the sky I had identified it. I asked where they came from, but they smiled and walked away, ”he continued. When he told his nine-year-old son about it, the boy asked, “Was it the Men in Black?” “I laughed, but then I thought: who were they? I did some research and saw that the Ministry of Defense uses a secret service agency that collects data, but they stopped this type of activity in 2009.
British U̳F̳O̳ researcher and former S̳e̳c̳r̳e̳t̳ Service Nick Pope, falls from the clouds saying: “I am completely confused as to who they were”, and as usual always hides and protects the operation of the British Ministry of Defense, saying: “Whoever these individuals were, this will only fuel rumors that the Ministry of Defense is still secretly investigating U̳F̳O̳s, despite official denials ”.
Many U̳F̳O̳ researchers assure that, by studying the cases in which the so-called Men in Black have been reported, it can also be deduced that they could be entities not necessarily human or belonging to any Ministry, but rather some type of android sent by the crew of the U̳F̳O̳s to investigate human reactions to their presence.