British Ministry of Defense revealed its remaining UFO evidence to the public on Friday but came up empty in providing answers to the existence of the Third Kind.
According to the 4,300 page document, it detailed more 800 results from late 2007 to the near the end of 2009, including sightings over Stonehenge and Houses of Parliament.
Other highlights include a police helicopter crew reporting a cluster of rotating objects in the sky that the ministry concluded were Chinese lanterns floating by a nearby wedding party, and a woman who saw a “bright white fireball” enter her kitchen and disappear in “a white sheet of lightening”.
The British ministry closed the office that ran for over 50 years overseeing incidents of unidentified flying objects in 2009, saying that “there is no defense value in investigating UFO reports.”
They also said none of the evidence they investigated gave “proof of the existence of extraterrestrials.”
It’s a shame the British Ministry of Defense couldn’t examine this piece of evidence: