“I have never seen a UFO or ET or alien,” a 49-year-old married man in Ohio told reporters. The man, who chose to remain anonymous, was a third-petty officer at a US Naval telecommunications center during the 1980s. He claims to have valuable new evidence about the Rendlesham UFO mass sighting in Suffolk.
The Rendlesham legend has been called Britain’s Roswell after the mystery UFO crash said to have happened outside a town in New Mexico in 1947. The UK sighting happened when three U.S. officers based at RAF Bentwaters claimed a “triangular shaped craft” landed in the woods nearby on December 26, 1980.
“I have seen literally tens of thousands of documents confirming they are real and have visited Earth,” he adds.
The man claims he was based at NSA Moffett Field in California from February 1986 to October 1989. He claims the US National Security Agency and the UK Government had a shared project looking at UFO sightings, including Rendlesham.
When reporters asked if the files had included photographs of genuine alien crafts and beings, his answer was simple: “Yes, absolutely.”
So why is the veteran coming forward now? He claims his secrecy agreement with the US Government expired in October 2014. Of course, he does not have the documents at hand to back up his claims.
“Legally, you are not authorized to walk off with classified information. That is treason and treason is a felony,” he claims. “I do not possess anything other than my testimony and documents that authorize that I legitimately had the individual top-secret security clearances. But this is a rabbit hole that goes very deep.”
He realizes that people will be skeptical, but he hopes his clues can lead someone in the right direction.
“At this point in my life, I would like to share my knowledge in hopes that someone will be able to use it effectively towards disclosure,” he told reporters.
In the report, he said: “I was required to deliver TS Code word designation COSMIC to SRI, ESL/SYLVANIA, LOCKHEED SKUNKWORKS, TRW, RATHEON, BERKELEY LABS, LAWRENCE LIVERMORE LABS, and other think tanks throughout Silicon Valley.”