CIA declassified all UFO documents

The information was posted in the public domain; anyone can view or download it for free.

In total, more than 2700 pages of text have been collected. Almost all documents relating to mysterious incidents in the last century started in the 1980s, not only in the United States but also in other countries.

According to published data, the explosion occurred in April 1991. An incomplete translation is as follows:

“The shockwave roared through the streets, ripping off roofs in some areas, and knocking out glass and window frames. The multi-storey blocks swayed. No one was seriously injured. It is not known what could have caused the explosion. Some argue that the ammunition went off since the last war, others say that the bomb is to blame. Some explain what happened by a falling meteorite, but there are also those who allegedly saw a moving sphere of fire. We are waiting for the expert opinion. “

It is worth noting that the exact cause of the explosion is still a mystery.

John Greenwald Jr., the creator of The Black Vault, played a huge role in declassifying documents. He spent about 25 years trying to get information from the American government. In his actions, he was guided by the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which operates in the United States and mandates the full or partial disclosure of government information.

Author: Sam Smith
Graduated from University of Oxford. Previously, he worked in various diferent news media. Currently, it is a columnist of the world news section in the Free News editors.
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