Theories about the existence of extraterrestrial life were almost always supported by images or videos that, although blurry, usually convince people of their veracity.
A UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) captured in 1990 in the United Kingdom, whose photo was recently revealed, became one of the latest evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial and intelligent life.
The Calvine case, as this incident is known, causes a stir again 30 years later.
Calvine This is the name given by the UK Ministry of Defense to this particular "find", when on August 4, 1990 two young people photographed a strange 30-meter-long flying object in Calvine.
The tweet with the image of the UFO captured in 1990.
Quickly and frightened by the image they were witnessing, both boys hid and managed to take six photographs of their sighting, whose negatives were later sent to the local newspaper, the Daily Record.
Immediately afterwards, a worker from the newspaper contacted the Ministry of Defense to discuss the case, and
the UK government decided to hide the case since according to them "it did not pose any threat".
The striking photo that two young British people captured and that was hidden for more than 30 years.
Thirty years later, researcher David Clark managed to retrieve the negatives from Craig Linday (retired Royal Air Force press officer) and develop them.
The news was released in 2022 and now it has gone viral again.
In the image a UFO seems to be noticed.
The history of the UFO
Possibly the most fascinating case of a British "UFO" in the last 35 years took place on a remote Scottish hillside one night in August 1990. For years it perplexed investigators, and not just because of the mysterious nature of the craft it carried. was observed.
The failure of the Scottish press to report the story at the time puzzled many, and information has emerged in recent years to suggest that ground-based "black projects" were to blame.
When you add to the mix the decision of the Ministry of Defense (MOD) to withhold certain details of the case until 2076 and the involvement of a former MOD civilian official, the case becomes even more fascinating and intriguing.
32 years after the month in which it occurred, have we made any progress in understanding what happened on that summer night in 1990?
At around 9pm on Saturday 4th August 1990, two men standing on a hillside near Calvine, a small hamlet situated just off the A9 main road some 35 miles north-west of Perth, Scotland, managed to take six color photographs of a large diamond-shaped ship at sunset on a summer day.
They watched it approach their position for about ten minutes, then shoot up vertically at relatively high speed.
the roswell case
Images of the Roswell case, which started the UFO phenomenon.
In 1947, metallic debris of no clear origin rocked Roswell, a city in New Mexico.
For some, they were aliens;
to others, conspiracy theories.
That incident dates back to the morning of July 8 of that year.
The United States woke up with surreal news that grabbed some headlines in their newspapers.
“Military seizes flying saucer at ranch near Roswell,” said the front page of the Roswell Daily Record that morning.
From that day on, this lonely and somewhat boring little town ceased to be the dairy capital of the Southwest and became known as one of the most mysterious places in the country.
The alleged interplanetary encounter had occurred a few days before the media scandal.
On July 2, “Farmer William Brazel was walking across grassy pastures toward his flock of sheep.
A summer storm had swept across the desert the night before.
Suddenly, an unknown vision caught his attention:
on the ground lay some metal debris”,
describes the article Roswell's Mysteries Are Life's Mysteries (The mysteries of Roswell are mysteries of life) published in The New York Times in 2017, on the occasion the 50th anniversary of the case.
Brazel reported the incident to the police.
Authorities inspected the find.
Days later, the US Army claimed that the Roswell UFO was actually a weather balloon.