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Alien Hunters shocked after they found proof of UFO inside a cigarrte box at Museum

The small but significant proofs about the existence of Aliens are building up day by day. Earlier in the news, there was a controversy over a small, perfectly round shaped island in Argentina, which was spotted in Google Maps by a fine gentleman. 

In an astonishing discovery, scientists have found out the remaining portion of a UFO inside a tin cigarette box in London’s Science Museum. This mysterious UFO wreckage is believed to be a part of flying saucer called ‘Silpho UFO’ that crashed at Roswell, New Mexico, in June 1947. That is why this Silpho UFO is sometimes called as British Roswell. The Silpho UFO was discovered by three men on Silpho Moor, near Scarborough in November 1957.

The miniature UFO-like metal disc was almost 16 inches(45 centimeters) in diameter and weighed almost 22lbs. The Silpho was inscribed with hieroglyphics similar to that of the alleged UFO crash in Roswell, in 1947. Recently, the leftover part of the alleged UFo was discovered inside a small cigarette box in London Science Museum. Dr. David Clarke of Sheffield Hallam University got hold of this UFO wreckage.

“One of the museum staff tapped me on the shoulder and asked if I was aware that ‘bits of a flying saucer’ had been kept in a cigarette tin in the museum group store for decades,” said Dr. Clarke. He said that he was absolutely amazed when they alter opened the tin box and saw the wreckage and added that it was obvious that those were the remains of the missing Silpho Saucer. Andy Roberts, former editor of UFO Brigantia magazine, told that the Silpho Saucer story was Britain’s answer to Roswell incident. “This is an amazing breakthrough. It’s incredible to hear that all this time pieces of this mystery object have been sitting in a museum archive,” Robert added.

After the Silpho UFO was discovered in 1957, the remains of the mini flying saucer were sent to London’s Science Museum for analysis by experts in 1963. Then it was sent to Gordon Claringbull, a meteorites and explosives specialist t the Natural History Museum. Gordon suggested that the flying saucer was made from a domestic hot water cylinder in a back-street garage and planted on the moor as a fake UFO. Further tests revealed that the lead and copper content of the saucer were of unusual high purity but saucer was not extraterrestrial as there was no evidence that it was exposed to high temperatures. But in 2018, when scientists discovered the UFO wreckage they decided to examine it. Inside the object, they found a book made of 17 thin copper sheets with each sheet covered with more hieroglyphics. According to Local café owner Phillip Longbottom, the hieroglyphics translated into a 2000-word message and was sent by an alien called Ullo. The message had a warning that read, ‘You will improve or disappear.’

The small but significant proofs about the existence of Aliens are building up day by day. Earlier in the news, there was a controversy over a small, perfectly round shaped island in Argentina, which was spotted in Google Maps by a fine gentleman. Not only the conspiracists but this area on the capital city of Buenos Aires has also bewildered everyone else due to its strange appearance and mysterious activities taking place over there. You can read more about the story here.

Somewhere else in the news, there was a mention of Aliens sending us radio signals, as an international team of astronomers has advanced a step closer to solving this big question mark associated with the blasts that occur far away in the space. These bursts emit a significant amount of energy in a millisecond that is more than the total energy radiated by our sun in a single day. To find out more, head over here.

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