Claims that photographs of an unidentifiable diamond-shaped craft were “shredded” by the ministry has propelled the little-known case of the “Calvine” sighting into one of the most controversial UFO mysteries in British history.
Former MoD UFO investigator turned whistleblower Nick Pope claims pictures of the “Calvine UFO” were not released to the National Archives with the first set of the ministry’s UFO files released in 2009 as should have happened.
In August 1990, two hikers were walking in the Scottish Highlands, close to Calvine, north of Pitlochry, when the incredible aircraft appeared hovering over the remote landscape.
For about ten minutes they watched and took six colour photographs, before it sped off into the distance.
The pair said during the incident, a number of military jets were seen making a series of low-level passes.
At least one of the jets was also caught by them on camera.
Mr Pope and Channel 5 have reconstructed the image for a detailed report of the alleged cover up which will be broadcast on Friday.
The men, whose identities are no longer known, allegedly took the camera to the Scottish Daily Record Newspaper, who in turn allegedly sent the pictures and the negatives to the MoD.
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