CIA says at least HALF of all UFO sightings in 1950s and 60s were spy planes

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The CIA announced on Monday that they are responsible for at least half of the UFO sightings reported in the 1950’s and 60’s.’#1 most read on our #Bestof2014 list: Reports of unusual activity in the skies in the ’50s? It was us,’ the government agency tweeted yesterday.

Over the last few days, the CIA has been tweeting out links to its top ten most-read ‘Best of 2014’ documents.
The CIA explained that the UFO sightings of the past were were directly correlated to them testing U-2 spy planes at altitudes of over 60,000 feet, once thought an impossible height to fly.

Over the last few days, the CIA has been tweeting out links to its top ten most-read ‘Best of 2014’ documents.
The CIA explained that the UFO sightings of the past were were directly correlated to them testing U-2 spy planes at altitudes of over 60,000 feet, once thought an impossible height to fly.

‘In the mid-1950s, most commercial airliners flew at altitudes between 10,000 and 20,000 feet and [many] military aircraft…operated at altitudes below 40,000 feet. Consequently, once U-2s started flying at altitudes above 60,000 feet, air-traffic controllers began receiving increasing numbers of UFO reports, ‘the document continues.

Ok…And what about the other 50%, Is it Possible that it could have been Reverse Engineered craft, or classified recovered Nazi Technology?

Via DiscloseTV

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One Response to “CIA says at least HALF of all UFO sightings in 1950s and 60s were spy planes”

  1. The CIA is so full of shit.

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