A “new” photograph taken by a nanny vacationing in the Black Country has British investigators puzzled, with one claiming “it could be one of the most convincing pieces of evidence collected about aliens from the UK ever.”


Detective constable Gary Heseltine of West Yorks is a collector of UFO photographs, and says that he has turned the photo over to a former Navy physicist specializing in analysis of such photos.

So far as we’re concerned, that’s where this story ends. However, in the article I came accross which discusses the photo, immediately after it states that the Navy physicist will be examining the photo, the article trails off into discussing the story of Milton Torres, who I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, and then into the disclosure of the 4,500 page MOD document involving UFOs. What’s funny about that is that Milton Torres has little to do with the release of the MOD document (our friends over at Alien Casebook pointed this out to us today), let alone this new photo of a “Dorito-shaped” triangle UFO. And as for our photo of the flying Dorito included with the article? You guessed it; we have a mis-match.

Although the Express and Star haven’t made it clear if this image

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.

One Reply to “New Misplaced British “UKFO” Photo Rides Coattails of MOD Release”

  1. Dude, you forgot options d and e:

    d) a weather balloon

    e) swamp gas

    Stories like these are why a lot people don’t believe in UFO’s. Same thing with Bigfoot. People have no respect. And what an interesting twist with the UFO competition winner. Funny how interconnected everything is. Plus, if I was going to hoax a UFO, it would not have any characteristics that would have it described as “Dorito-shaped”.
    Popular Mechanics page describing the use of Photoshop in UFO/alien hoaxes

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