The FBI agency’s “leaked” alien case files: Everything you need to know
Looking for some documents from the U.S. FBI agency to finally prove the existence of aliens? Well you’re in luck! – except for the proving aliens part. The FBI does release documents from time to time, even those detailing the events surrounding supposed alien encounters.
The online FBI agency database, known dramatically as the Vault, contains “leaked” alien case files from all the way back to the 1947 Roswell UFO Incident. There are also files like an infamous 1950 report made by Special Agent Guy Hottel titled “Flying Saucers”.
One of the most intriguing documents to be found in the Vault is Memorandum 6751 that makes explicit references to inter-dimensional beings & flying saucers. So does the existence of these covert FBI case files prove the existence of aliens once and for all? Not quite. Let’s look at why that is.
The mysterious Memo 6751 was released only a decade back in 2010. An important distinction to make is the fact that the FBI didn’t write this memo, instead they were sent it by an unknown author and were forced to archive it.
Memo 6751 is more like a sci-fi novel than an FBI report. The document has nine bullet points that outline the description & nature of alien beings that have visited Earth from another dimension. The author of Memo 6751 was also convinced that no one would believe his account in the 67-page document, stating, “the writer has little expectation that anything of import will be accomplished by this gesture.”
Guy Hottel memo
The Guy Hottel memo is the most popular document referenced from the FBI case files. Hottel was a special agent in charge in Washington who wrote a report to the FBI agency detailing an account of flying saucers allegedly found at the site of the Roswell UFO incident.
The report stated, “An investigator for the Air Force stated that three so-called flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico. They were described as being circular in shape with raised centers, approximately 50 feet in diameter. Each one was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only 3 feet tall.”
The FBI dismissed the report as it was not a first hand account and was made up merely of “hearsay”. Since the report was dated three years after the Roswell incident the FBI also claimed “there is no reason to believe the two are connected”. The memo was released to the public in the 1970s and resurfaced online in 2011, releasing an onslaught of UFO-related tabloid headlines.
Documents of the actual 1947 Roswell incident also appear in the Vault. A document with a handwritten “Roswell” across the front describes a flying disc found near Roswell, New Mexico.
The rather disappointing revelation from the report reads, “The disc is hexagonal in shape and was suspended from a balloon by cable,” the document said. “The object found resembles a high-altitude weather balloon with a radar reflector.”
The FBI Vault
It was in 2011 that the FBI agency launched its revamped database that contains over 2,000 case files. All documents had been previously available to the public though some had not been so easily accessible.
The case files on UFO sightings & FBI reports can be easily found in the Vault under the heading “Unexplained Phenomenon” where there are hundreds of pages of accounts. Even with their updated FBI database, the public has still been pushing for more disclosure from the U.S. government concerning matters of potential extraterrestrial life.