Tuesday, 9 June 2020

UFO Case Report:
“Two Discs Over [Uranium] Mines /
Jet In Pursuit
March 29, 1952
[Elisabethville], [Belgian] Congo”


The whole UFO case report:
“Time ??? 
Duration 15 min+
aircraft fighter
observer 1 air / sev gnd
No radar contact

Dan Wilson:
March 29, 1952; [Elisabethville], Belgian Congo. (BBU)
This is the date this information was published and not the date of the incident. ‘Recently two fiery discs were sighted over the uranium mines located in the southern part of the Belgian Congo. The discs with a diameter of approximately 12 to 15 meters traveled in a precise and light manner, both vertically and horizontally. Changes in elevation from 800 to 1,000 meters were accomplished in a few seconds. The discs often moved down to within 20 meters (400') of the tree tops. Commander Pierre set out in pursuit of the objects in a fighter plane. On his first approach he came to within about 120 meters of one of the discs. Suddenly the discs hovered in one spot then took off in a unique zigzag flight to the northeast at an estimated speed of 1,500 kilometers per hour. Pierre gave up his pursuit after about 15 minutes.’ (McDonald files; Jan Aldrich, Dan Wilson)

Fran Ridge:
By January 1948 talks resulted in the U.S. getting all of the uranium from the Congo for the next two years, 1948-49, plus an option on uncommitted ore that had already been shipped to Britain. This generous settlement was achieved by allowing British scientists access to a number of nuclear secrets.”

Wikipedia article: “Belgian Congo”:

Wikipedia article: “Uranium mining by country”:

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Railways (grey/black) and navigable waterways (purple) in the Belgian Congo (Text: Wikipedia) (wikimedia.org
(Image: wikimedia.org)

UFO Video Report:
“The investigation into nukes and UFOs
(July 6, 2016)”

Published: 28 May 2020
(Mystery Wire, KLAS-TV, Las Vegas, Nevada)

Source: Mystery Wire (YouTube channel)

The George Knapp video report has an interview with UFOs and nuclear weapons expert Robert L. Hastings.

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(Image: George Knapp/KLAS-TV)