http://www.theguardian.com/world/2013/o ... -reopeningThe unit will bring together sociologists, archaeologists, astronomers, meteorologists and air force personnel to analyse these events, Vucetich told the Guardian. "Many people don't report UFO sightings because they fear they will be labelled mad or made fun of, but nowadays with new technology – cellphone videos, Facebook, Twitter – they can be much more open, without feeling that they are the only ones who have seen what they've seen," he said.
"This new office needs those people to come and report their sightings so we can open a file and, using their information, do the respective analysis and investigation," he added, flicking through a hefty scrapbook of newspaper cuttings recording Peruvian UFO sightings dating from 1950 to the present day. Peru's Institute for Studies of Historic Aerospace is turning it into a book.
Aliens discussion - UFO discussion
Due to a number of increasing UFO sightings, Peru is going to start investigating UFO sightings again.
this has been done before , we desparately need some real evidence
Sure, but it's better than nothing.dave3974 wrote:this has been done before , we desparately need some real evidence
Perhaps this is the start of something... Disclosure