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(NewsReady.com) – People across the world have long been fascinated with the idea of life existing outside of Earth. There are some who believe extraterrestrial life forms built some of the planet’s ancient sites, like Sacsayhuamán in Cusco and the Nazca Lines in Peru. In the US, there have been numerous reports of UFO sightings over the years. Recently, Fox News reported on declassified Pentagon documents that revealed information not previously known about the government’s research into aliens.
On April 6, Fox News host Bret Baier aired a shocking segment about the declassified report. The “Special Report” host told viewers he felt like he should be playing them music from the “X-Files,” the popular ‘90s television show about aliens. He went on to discuss a report by his colleague William La Jeunesse, who cited a Pentagon report revealed by The Sun that contained allegations that aliens caused “radiation burns, brain damage, even paralysis” after seeing a UFO.
The Fox reporter claimed the Pentagon report detailed claims by people who blamed aliens for “sexual encounters and unexplained pregnancies.” Baier promised to bring his viewers updates as more information is uncovered about the allegations.
Live Science confirmed the Fox News segment. The Pentagon released the report after The Sun filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The more than 1,500-page document includes information from the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) a US Department of Defense (DOD) program that ran from 2007 to 2012. The DOD kept the work of the program largely out of the public eye and information a secret until 2017, when the public became aware of it.
In 2017, Luis Elizondo, the former director of the AATIP, resigned from the Pentagon. He then released the infamous videos taken by the Navy showing UFOs moving in really weird ways.
Now, the public has finally been able to see some of what was in the report. Fox News was apparently correct; there are allegations of alien pregnancies, radiation burns, and other strange occurrences. Whether these allegations are true or completely made up isn’t clear. More information is expected to be released by the Pentagon at some point.
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