The truth is out there! Are UFO secrets in hacked ‘X Files’?

15:39 26 September 2013

The 'Inaja Formation' of UFOs in San Diego

The 'Inaja Formation' of UFOs in San Diego


A UFO expert from the USA contacted the Welwyn Hatfield Times to say he believes aliens are working with the US Government in an underground base.

Mike Orrell, of San Diego, California, got in touch after reading Welwyn Hatfield Times chief reporter Paul Christian’s online story about UFO hacker Gary McKinnon’s mother, Janice Sharp, from Brookmans Park, writing a book about her battle to halt her son’s extradition.

Mr McKinnon hacked into computers owned by the Pentagon and NASA, and was looking for evidence of UFOs.

Mr Orrell, 56, made some pretty fanciful claims and said he would “sure like to see what Gary saw in those files”.

When asked what information he thought the two US departments might hold he said: “I heard reports that he saw evidence that the US Government had captured UFOs and was working with aliens in an underground base.”

He added: “It seems with the amount of sightings escalating around the world, that contact may be just around the corner.”

Mr Orrell said he was no stranger to unexplained phenomena, and sent us a snap of a group of UFOs, dubbed ‘The Inaja Formation’, which he snapped in San Diego, in 1990.

Whatever your view on UFOs, I am old enough to remember a certain TV show called The X Files, which had the tagline “the truth is out there”.

Indeed it is.

1 comment

  • As a former correspondent for UFO Magazine and contributor to UFO Library Journal, I've noticed that there has been a sharp and steady increase over the last 18 months in reported UFO sightings. Many of these, as shown in this article, are triangular in shape - a pattern that has been followed in Germany, Belgium, the UK, Phoenix and Flagstaff Arizona and many other locations. Some have been truly bizarre, but well-documented. Perhaps the most bizarre well-documented UFO sightingencounter was the 1955 incident in Kelly, which is in Christian County, near Hopkinsville (Fort Campbell) Kentucky. This was well-reported in the novel "The Kelly Incident" by Anna Karyl (who had family members involved in the Kelly incident). The book is now out-of-print, but available as an eBook on Amazon. Though fiction, it's got all the historical elements that made the Kelly Incident so bizarre, but also so well reported and documented. Ned Barnett - Nevada

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