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A Crashed UFO in the U.K. During World War Two?

When we think of UFOs during the Second World War, we probably think of the Foo Fighters more often than not. They looked like small, fast-moving, lit-up balls and were mostly seen in the sky during battles and fights over Europe. The things that the Allies made? Who are they? The questions still exist. And it’s unlikely that we’ll ever get all the answers we need about the Foo Fighters. Even less well-known are the reports of UFO activity that had nothing to do with the Foo Fighters during the Second World War. In other words, today’s article is about claims that scientists looked at Flying Saucers while the Second World War was going on. I want to make it clear that the story I’m telling you today has nothing to do with the very shaky stories about “Nazi UFOs” that some people have been spreading for scary political reasons. Instead, we’re talking about a journalist from the United States, dead aliens, and other things. Now that we’ve said that, let’s go on.

Dorothy Kilgallen, a well-known journalist, put together a story for the American press on May 22, 1955. The story came out while Kilgallen was on vacation in the U.K. at the time. It went like this: “Today I can report on a story that is both spooky and scary. After looking at the wreckage of one mysterious flying ship, British scientists and airmen are sure that these strange flying objects are not optical illusions or Soviet inventions. Instead, they are flying saucers from another planet. My information comes from a British official in the cabinet who doesn’t want to be named.” Gordon Creighton was thought to have been one of Kilgallen’s sources for the story. He was in charge of the magazine Flying Saucer Review for a long time. Above Top Secret was written in 1987 by Timothy Good, who knew Creighton. Good continued the Kilgallen story by saying, “It was said to have happened at a cocktail party given by Lord Mountbatten, but I haven’t been able to confirm this with Mountbatten’s private secretary at the time, Mollie Travis.”

Dorothy Kilgallen’s FBI file

Who was Lord Mountbatten, by the way? Continue reading: “Louis Mountbatten was related to both Prince Philip and Queen Elizabeth, like many other royals. He was Queen Victoria’s great-grandson and Prince Philip’s uncle. He was also a distant cousin of the Queen. Princess Alice of Battenberg, Philip’s mother, was Louis’s sister. After his mother was put in a home, Philip also lived with the Mountbattens for a few years. Lord Mountbatten died in an attack by the Irish Republican Army in August 1979. He was 79 years old. A bomb that had been smuggled onto his fishing boat, Shadow V, blew it up off the coast of the Republic of Ireland. Now, let’s get back to the story of the UFO that crashed. The main person who told Dorothy Kilgallen the story, who is thought to have been Mountbatten himself, did so in a quiet way. He said, “Based on what we know so far, we think the saucers were staffed by small men, probably less than four feet tall. Even though it’s scary, it’s clear that flying saucers come from another planet.” Kilgallen knew she had a very interesting story on her hands, so she added, “This official said that scientists said a flying ship like this could not have been built on Earth. I heard that the British Government is not releasing an official report on the “flying saucer” investigation right now. This could be because they don’t want to scare the public. When my husband and I came back from a short trip, I had no idea that I would be thrown into the debate about whether flying saucers are real or not.

London Underground

For years, that was pretty much the beginning and end of the story. But over the years, stories have spread that the UFO crash had nothing to do with Roswell, as some have said, but everything to do with a Flying Saucer crash somewhere in the U.K. As a result, the U.S. and U.K. made a secret project to study the wrecked craft and dead bodies that supposedly fell into their laps. I’ve heard that the dead aliens from the crash were kept in a deep bunker in the London Underground from 1944 to 1953, during the Second World War. Another story, or more accurately, rumor, says that everything was flown to the U.S. with a group of British scientists. The stories are very interesting. But try to prove it all. Whether or not the story is true, it is still interesting. And if any of it is true, it adds another strange story to the strange things that happened during the Second World War that had to do with UFOs.

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