Churchill and Eisenhower Agreed To UFO Cover Up

Churchill Wanted UFO Cover Up To Avoid 'Mass Panic'

An unnamed British scientist, who’s grandfather was one of Sir Winston Churchill’s bodyguards, has requested more information concerning the claims that Churchill asked for a cover up of UFO activity in fear that “mass panic” would result from the information becoming public, as recounted in declassified Ministry of Defence UFO files made available online by the National Archives.

The document describes how his grandfather, who served with the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the war, was present when Churchill and U.S. General Dwight Eisenhower discussed how to deal with a UFO encounter that took place near the English coastline at the end of World War Two.

This story was covered on both sides of the pond, by both FoxNews and MailOnline, as well as many other news sources.

On several occasions, the British The National Archives have released large numbers of previously classified documents detailing UFO activity by the British Government and Military.

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3 thoughts on “Churchill and Eisenhower Agreed To UFO Cover Up

  1. The fear of “Mass Panic” seems so bizarre by today’s standards, but Orson Wells proved a Martian Invasion definitely would not sit well with the public.

    I wonder if we would still panic? If a world leader or mainstream media confirmed without-a-doubt extraterrestrials contacting us?

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