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Missing Wreckage of UFO Which 'Crash Landed' in Yorkshire is Found 60 Years Later (Video)

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The missing wreckage of a miniature UFO that ‘crash landed’ on the North York Moors 60 years ago has been found hidden in the archives of a London museum.

The story has been claimed by some experts as Britain’s answer to the Roswell incident.

Credit images: Yorkshire Post in 1957 – Sheffield Hallam University.

The remaining parts of the Silpho UFO have now been found In a plot worthy of The X-Files the metal object, shaped like a flying saucer with hieroglyphics inscribed on its base, was found by three men on Silpho Moor, near Scarborough, one night in November 1957.

One later paid £10 – more than £200 in today’s money – for the mysterious object that appeared just weeks after the Russians launched Sputnik into orbit around Earth.

But what became known as the Silpho Saucer vanished without trace soon after the finders cut it open in the town.

Photographs show the copper base of the object was inscribed with hieroglyphs that one of the men compared with Russian lettering.

 

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    • raburgeson

      These people that make videos do not understand that all those slick graphics and accompanying noise just subtracts from their credibility. It is just an indication to the people that they have the tech to fake a story from beginning to end. So many documentaries that could have been dynamite, ended up having stupid comments for the meat of the story. Leave the bells, whistles, and fanaticism out and see how you do. I think the disclosure project is doing great and if you work past the boredom and listen you will see what I mean. You don’t need a dancing hype to get the story told.

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