British Scientific Intelligence Bio War/UFOs, 6 May 1950 (14k)
Perhaps the most controversial entry contained within the Majestic Twelve 1st Annual Report is the reference to a linkage between recovered alien bodies and biological warfare research. Entry F in the report states:
F. Biological Warfare Programs BW programs in U.S. and U.K. are in field test stages. Discovery of new virus and bacteria agents so lethal, that serums derived by genetic research, can launch medical science into unheard of fields of biology. The samples extracted from bodies found in New Mexico, have yielded new strains of a retro-virus not totally understood, but, give promise of the ultimate BW weapon. The danger lies in the spread of airborne and bloodborne outbreaks of disease in large populations, with no medical cures available.
Until the time that the 1st Annual Report surfaced, there was no official or unofficial documentation in the public domain that made a connection between UFOs and biological warfare. However, a document has surfaced officially at the Public Record Office, Kew, England, that also makes a connection with UFOs and biological warfare.
The document is one-page in length and is dated 6 May 1950. It is a memo for the attention of the British Ministry of Defense’s Scientific and Technical Intelligence Branch and is titled “Subject: Bacteriological Warfare Article.” Its content state:
Forwarded herewith is a further installment of a series of articles at present appearing in the publication “Kristall” by Dr. STUBENBAUER. 2. Your attention is also drawn to the article on “Flying Saucers” appearing in the same publication.
As this document makes clear and as can now be verified officially, there were sources within the British Ministry of Defense in the early 1950’s that were interested in both bacteriological warfare and UFOs. Not only that, reports on both subjects were being sent to the MoD’s Scientific and Technical Intelligence Branch under cover of the same memoranda.
Important documentation has surfaced at the Public Record Office, Kew, England, that validates information contained within the 1st Annual Report. Entry 7 in Annex C of the report refers to an incident that allegedly occurred on 14 October 1943 when a number of Foo Fighters were seen during 8th AF Mission 115 over Schweinfurt, Germany. The validity of this incident was for many years questioned by numerous researchers and investigators, as the official records on the case could not be found. However, they have now been located in the UK by British author and researcher Andy Roberts. The British Royal Air Force document on the incident acquired by Roberts confirms the facts in the Annex C, Entry 7 account as related in the 1st Annual Report. The document is copyrighted to the British Government and therefore is not available for reproduction. However, Nick Redfern’s paper on this development, Validating the 1st Annual Report: An Important Development, can be downloaded here.