CIA to release X-Files

Brian G Turner

Fantasist & Futurist
Staff member
Nov 23, 2002
The CIA are about to declassify their X-Files and put them online for research:
CIA uploads millions of previously classified documents to its website, including information on UFOs and psychic powers

The CIA is putting its secret history online, uploading millions of newly declassified documents.

The documents include previously unseen information about the agency's hunt for UFOs and its work on the "Star Gate" project, which tried to teach humans to become psychic and see through walls.


The CIA has to declassify records that are 25 years old, unless they are made exempt.

That means that each year it releases a whole new set of documents.

But this year that has been accompanied by the first time that the documents have been made available online.

Until now, the documents could only be read on four terminals inside the US National Archives, in their original format.

So, Agent Mulder, the truth really will be out there. :)

... Or will it? :D

J Riff

The Ants are my friends..
Apr 11, 2010
Sleeping in Lab
It's part of a drip, drip, drip approach to ET disclosure. Should be ready by the next ice age, after all the ice melts.

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