Over the course of the last several years, Americans have been throughly obsessed with the possibility of “disclosure” – the idea that the US government would be, for some reason, revealing all of their UFO-based secrets in the coming years.
Some of this was spurred on by a strange addendum to a COVID-19 relief bill that gave some of our 3-letter agencies a deadline by which they would need to come clean.
But a great deal of the enthusiasm surely came from the sheer wackiness of the last several years, with many of us simply believing that things would be getting weirder before they got back to normal.
And while the government’s UFO revelations have been less than revelatory, there is some new UFO evidence coming to light this week that’s rather stunning in its clarity.
A new high-resolution print of what has been called “the most convincing UFO photo ever” has been released 50 years after it was first taken.
Aerial photographer Sergio Loaiza was using a 100lb map-making camera as he flew over Costa Rica on a mission to survey land ahead of the construction of a hydroelectric project near the Arenal Volcano in the South American country’s northern highlands.
As he flew over Lake Cote at an altitude of around 10,000 feet, Loaiza took multiple high resolution black and white photos of the lake and surrounding rainforest at 20 second intervals.
And then came the shocker:
In one frame, time-stamped at 8:25am, a shiny metallic disc – a classic alien “flying saucer” can be seen apparently flying between Loaiza’s twin-engined Aero Commander F680 aircraft and the ground.
The photo had some on Twitter taken aback.
A new, high-resolution scan has been made of “the clearest photo of a UFO ever taken”. Captured by an automated mapping camera during aerial photography above Costa Rica in 1971. https://t.co/BWuFp4kVNC pic.twitter.com/IBDM1bao3x
— David Welch (@watsonwelch) May 8, 2022
The image, from several decades ago, appears clearer than many of the alleged UFO photographs that we’ve seen in recent years.