Leaked Pentagon files reveal shocking details about secret UFO research and storage of an unknown metal
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Leaked Pentagon files reveal shocking details about secret UFO research and storage of an unknown metal

The Pentagon agents secretly studied and researched about UFOs and their threats to our Earth, according to recent reports. Back in December, a report published in the New Times revealed that scientists in southern Nevada got a chance to study a piece of unknown metal which had some unusual properties. So, questions rose that did government scientists get a chance to study the secret UFO-like material or did UFO piece went to the UFO hunters.

Recently, the Pentagon reports revealed that some agents most probably the UFO hunters analyzed and tested those unknown metal believed to be a leftover piece of an alleged UFO crash that took place in 1947 at Roswell, New Mexico. The Pentagon papers citing the secret UFO research were written between 2007 and 2012. In 2007, Nevada Senator Harry Reid and a few colleagues secretly got the funding for an intense Pentagon study of unknown materials looking like flying saucers or UFOs.

The main aim of the secret funding was to move the UFO study beyond that 1947 Roswell crash incident. The Defense Intelligence Agency had given the contract of secret UFO research to a private organization named BAASS (Bigelow Aerospace Advanced Space Studies), headquartered at Bigelow Aerospace in North Las Vegas. For three years, BAAS collected and analyzed all UFO files and data on behalf of DIA, as revealed in those Pentagon files.

James Oberg, a former NASA employee, said that he knew that the unknown metal piece alleged to be that of a UFO was recovered by the UFO hunters and is not with the army or the US government. Oberg said, “The money went out of the Department of Defense to Robert Bigelow and he contracted the work out to some UFO groups to look for UFOs and who spent a lot of money retrofitting his buildings to store this material.”

The Pentagon files revealed that under Robert Bigelow’s direction, the UFO files were modified in the company’s headquarters so as to allow the storage of the unknown metal. Nick Pope, a former investigator of UFOs for the British Ministry of Defense also is of the notion that the broken parts of the Crashed UFO might have been taken by the UFO groups and said that he does not know these alloys and other materials were obtained. So, it is suspected the Bigelow Aerospace managed to get those UFO-related materials from civilian UFO research groups.