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    NICK POPE : UK MoD has reports on Crop Circles

    Author, journalist and TV personality Nick Pope used to run the British Government's UFO project at the Ministry of Defence. Initially sceptical, his research and investigation into the UFO phenomenon and access to classified government files on the subject soon convinced him that the phenomenon raised important defence and national security issues, especially when the witnesses were military pilots, or where UFOs were tracked on radar.

    While working on the MoD's UFO project Nick Pope also looked into alien abductions, crop circles, animal mutilations, remote viewing and ghosts. He is now recognised as a leading authority on UFOs, the unexplained and conspiracy theories. He does extensive media work, lectures all around the world and has acted as presenter, consultant or contributor on numerous TV and radio shows.

    Nick Pope lives in California.

    1. Have there been cases of UFOs above nuclear military instalations in UK, as reported in other countries?

    1. It's been the longstanding policy of Her Majesty's Government not to comment on nuclear issues, and neither to confirm nor deny the presence of nuclear weapons at any specific location, so I can say little about this, other than to acknowledge that there have been a number of reports of UFOs sighted in the vicinity of nuclear installations, and suggestions (from the UFO community) that there's a connection between UFOs and nuclear bases.

    2. Does UK GOV or MOD have interest in Crop circles?

    2. Crop circles were not in my formal terms of reference when investigating UFOs for the MoD, but in view of the perceived link between the two phenomena, I took an interest in crop circles and followed developments closely. There are a few documents about crop circles in the MoD's UFO files.

    3. Did you have information on case from 1987 about 3 giant cylinder crafts seen by aircrews off Britain coast?

    3. I cannot recall this case, but if it was reported by the pilot and/or the air traffic controller, there should be a report in the MoD's UFO files, and in CAA (Civil Aviation Authority files). Such files contain several reports of near-misses between UFOs and commercial aircraft.

    Ivan Trajkovic
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