MIRAGE FIGHTERS CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH A CRASHED UFO

On 7th May 1989, a report of a strange, unknown craft entering South African airspace resulted in Mirage Fighter Jets taking to the skies to intercept. They received orders to engage, which they did, firing at the craft.

It came to a stop in the Kalahari Desert, around eighty miles from the border of South Africa and Botswana. The South African military would be on the scene within minutes. The fighter jet had continued to circle the crash site until they arrived.

The area around the object was evidently so hot that sand and rocks had fused together!  Radioactivity was also so high in the crash site, than many of the military’s electronic equipment failed to work.

The strange craft was a polished, smooth silver material, seemingly hard, but with no visible seams anywhere. What appeared to be portholes were present on the craft  these were unevenly spaced. Also, what the military assumed was landing gear was visible. This suggested that the craft was attempting to land as opposed to falling from the sky out of control.

The retrieval team would force a hatch open, and two crew members removed from the craft  both still alive. Each dressed in tight fitting grey suits, with an estimated height of around 4-5 feet tall. Their heads were much larger than their bodies, and their eyes were equally out of proportion. The report basically describes what most people would call a grey alien.  Under the suits, their abdomens also had a ribbed, scaled appearance.

The craft safely retrieved and on its way to an unknown South African military base, with dirt and sand covering any evidence of the incident. From there, the object went on a one-way passage to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in the United States. NOTE: The above image is CGI.

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