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Unknown Police OfficerNo Photo Available

Police at Breaside, Fort Beaufort in South Africa, fired shots at a glowing oval Metallic object from just feet away when it landed on June 26‌th 1972.  The bullets had no effect, the object just disappeared. 12 people witnessed the event. Also of interest is that a couple of days later in the evening the town engineer Dr. D. Verschoor, interrupted a Council meeting to show the councillors a UFO flashing in colours as it moved in the direction of the Fort Fordyce bush and Breaside

"In 1972, I was then a sergeant in the South African Police and witnessed the sighting. I was the policeman who fired shots at the object with a .303 rifle and hitting it together with another person, who was the owner of the farm. What I still cannot understand is that how could be possible that the object have vanished into thin air without we who were watching the spot not being able to see it taking off.

With eight years of service, in the small South African town, Fort Beaufort. The morning of June 26, I received a report of an object which appeared on the farm Breaside, which belonged to a Mr. Bennie Smit. At that stage I did not know Mr. Smit well. I persuaded the Station Commander, Warrant Officer Philip Van Rensburg to accompany me to the scene. On the farm we met Mr. Smit and some of his workers including a worker by the name of Boer de Klerk. Boer told us that during the morning when he was in the veld at the reservoir when he witnessed a round ball of fire which changed in colours, hovering about 20 meters above the ground and which were slowly moving in the direction of the hill, which separates the farm from the Fort Fordyce bush.

On our arrival we did not witness any suspicious objects. We did the initial investigation and were sceptical. At that stage we were seven people. Four labourers, 2 policemen and Mr. Smit. Whilst we were standing looking at the hill which was 150 meters from us, I saw an object which emerged from the thick bush and vegetation at the foot of the hill and hovered just above the vegetation. It moved slowly to our right and again disappeared behind the thick bush. It did this movement a couple of times and I had the feeling that we were being watched. Mr. Smit had a .303 rifle with him and I decided to take a shot at it. The object was oval shaped and it was difficult to estimate the size of it.  Might have been just over a meter in diameter.

It had a shiny dark metal grey colour. I fired three shots at it, hitting with each shot.  Mr. Smit also fired at the object. During firing at it, I saw a sharp bright light, flickering on the right of the craft, just above it. During the shots it also disappeared and emerged again from behind the trees. It was in broad daylight after 10am in the morning and the weather was clear. Mr. Smit and some of the workers went into the bush with a handkerchief, tied to a stick enabling us to direct him. We noticed that the object moved away as if it were reacting to our voices giving direction to the searchers. I heard further shots coming from close to where we last seen the object disappeared and Mr. Smit enquiring if we could see it. We kept observation but did not see its departure.  According to Smit who claimed that they came close to it.

The object turned upright and became a greyish white in colour before it veered of making a whirring sound. It just disappeared. The following day we combed the area with other police officers and found nine evenly spread circular imprints about 10cm in diameter in the soil directly from where we saw it disappearing behind the bushes. The imprints were in hard clay soil easily 25 - 30 mm deep. as if the legs were spiralled in the ground.. Samples were taken and send to the Council for Scientific & Industrial research Laboratories. Apparently it never reached them."

Source: Rence also UFO Mysteries


Constables Roger Willey and Clifford Waycott No Photo Available

Two Devon policemen chased a ufo in 1967 was spotted over Hatherleigh at 4am on October 24th.   Sceptics said it was just a refuelling aircraft that fly that area, but on this day the times did not match.  They reported the sighting, and were amazed to receive a visit from a team of investigators from the Ministry of Defence.

"It had bright pulsating lights in the shape of a cross."

"We both registered that we'd seen something. It was something we couldn't logically account for."

"It was something that I hadn't seen before; I haven't seen since; and something that nobody can explain exactly what it was."

"My view of it was that it was moving slowly."

"It wasn't a star. It was bright - it was white. If you look at glass which has got rain on, it was the same sort of inference. It was a splash. It was just too...eerie."

"We were visited by a boffin from the MoD who told us that we were still officers under the Official Secrets Acts and they would rather we kept it to ourselves."

"No explanation has been given to us by anybody and we haven't asked," said Cifford."

"We've just gently been asked to sweep it under the carpet. It didn't happen - that's what they said. But we know what we saw."

Source: BBC


PC Chris Bazire No Photo Availableand WPC Vivienne White

British Police Officers. Spotted a flying saucer 500-700 feet above Salisbury plain, Whiltshire in November 1977.

"It was oblong with a domed top and flat bottom. It was travelling very slowly at first, then shot off at tremendous speed, leaving a vapour trail."

Source: World's Greatest UFO Mysteries


Gary Photo of Gary HeseltineHeseltine

British Detective Constable responsible for the launch of The UFO Truth Magazine & the PRUFOS (Police UFO Sightings) database which catalogues reports by serving & retired British police officers.

"I believe that that time is now to lift the veil of secrecy that has shrouded the subject for more than 60 years. We're sensible people, we're not looney tunes." He says, "All we ask is don't treat us like fools. Listen to the evidence and make your own minds up."

Source: Citizen Hearing on Disclosure (CHD), a mock-congressional committee intended to expose the US government's attempt to cover-up its knowledge of UFOs.


Captain No Photo AvailableKervendal

French Gendarmerie.

"The Air Force had put out a secret order for its pilots to capture UFOs. For the last six months we have been working with a congressional committee for investigating official secrecy concerning proof that UFOs are real machines under intelligent."



Alan Photo of Alan GodfryGodfry

PC with West Yorkshire Police.

Alleged he was abducted by aliens and said he was, "certain that the UFO encounter was real, but he could not determine whether the story offered by hypnosis was a dream, a fantasy, reality, or a mixture of all three."

A lorry driver reported a sighting near to where PC Godfry was on the same night.