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Published:December 30th, 2014 12:34 EST
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CIA Admits Being Responsible For Most UFO Sightings in the 50's! Video!

By Robert Paul Reyes

"The CIA was responsible for more than half of all UFO sightings in the late 1950s and most of the 1960s " but those weren`t little green men flying high in the sky, they were spies.

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For years, the CIA secretly flew its famous U-2 spy plane at altitudes of 60,000 feet or more above countries like the Soviet Union. Since no one believed manned flight was possible at such heights, many who spotted the planes believed they were seeing UFOs. The spy agency did nothing at the time to disabuse them of the notion.

That`s one of the most intriguing takeaways in the document that the Central Intelligence Agency said was its most-read in 2014. Titled `The CIA and the U-2 Program, 1954-1974,` the document details 20 years of the agency`s now infamous spy plane."

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If conventional looking U-2 spy planes were mistaken for extraterrestrial spacecraft, even by pilots, we can very well surmise that most of today`s UFO sightings are in reality experimental aircraft of earthly origin.

The United States isn`t the only country flying experimental military aircraft, China and Russia are also testing secret war planes, it`s no wonder that UFO`s are sighted all over the world.

Consider how long it took for the CIA to come clean about the UFO sightings in the 1950`s, a couple of decades from now the secret agency will admit that the flying saucers of today were really disc-shaped Air Force planes.

But if a flying saucer lands on your backyard and an 11-foot tall alien being steps out, shakes your hand, and administers an anal-probe, that ain`t no United States Air Force medic giving you a physical.

Read More:

http://venturebeat.com/2014/12/29/cia-takes-blame-for-more-than-half-of-ufo-sightings-in-late-1950s-and-60s/

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