PILOTS CLOSE ENCOUNTER WITH A METALLIC DISC OVER GERMANY

While on a training flight over West Germany on 30th July 1952, Flight Sergeant Roland Hughes noticed a “gleaming, silver, metallic disc” approaching his plane at great speed. It would then fly alongside his de Havilland Vampire FB9 for a moment, before speeding away at a pace like which the pilot had never witnessed. Nor had those on the ground monitoring the RAF radars, who also had the mystery object on the screens. They too would report the speeds were “far in excess” of any known aircraft.  The craft itself was so shiny it “resembles a silver light” and had a texture like tin-foil “without a single crease or crinkle in it!” According to his later descriptions, the whole surface was “absolutely seamless”, “highly reflective”, and “metallic looking!” The size of the disc was around one-hundred foot across.  Hughes would report the sighting to his senior officer, Duncan Sandys, who, according to the reports since released to the public, took it extremely seriously.  So much so that, Hughes would receive orders to attend a meeting so as to give his account personally to the aviation minister. By the time it would land on the Defense Secretary’s desk, it would come with a warning of sorts. Essentially that it would be “unwise” to dismiss such sightings without further investigation.  Hughes for his part, didn’t talk about the encounter much, if at all, although he would go by the name of Saucer Sam by his fellow pilots. Given the close proximity of the two encounters (relatively speaking), it would also perhaps be unwise to dismiss that the craft witnessed by Hughes may in all likeliness be the same as that witnessed by Oscar and Gabrielle Linke a matter of weeks earlier.  NOTE: The above image is CGI

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