These islands have had their fair share of reports over the years, with one UFO even being snapped in 1996 over the Isle of Lewis. The remote location and nearby army bases have led some to think experimental military equipment testing is responsible rather than aliens.
However, just as Nessie made Loch Ness a destination for sea monster hunters so the Outer Hebrides are a beautiful place for UFO-spotters to descend upon in summer. The wildlife and the Scottish answer to Stonehenge - the Callanish - are worth a visit even if the ETs are a bit reticent.
Since when were these things 'unidentified'?
Nikola Tesla managed to identify them. Indeed they are actually using his technology!!!!!!
CIA stole it from him (hello)
Read Pentagon Aliens.
Read None Dare Call it a Conspiracy
Watch Don't talk about the Weather
Listen to Alan Watt NOT Alan Watts!!!
Suppressed Free Energy is now open to the masses!
There are those that say we do not come from another Planet!If that is the case then please explain why it is not possible!!!
Haven't you seen the film Paul ?
You out of this world mad fool's
"Grab your tinfoil hat??Beam Up??...what fool wrote this...get educated...UFO's exist my friend...this is not a subject for scorn any more...many of these objects exhibit intelligent control (evasion of pursuit by military jets...flying in formation...ability to hover over and shut down ballistic missile sights...all of this is documeted by former high ranking military officers who run some considerable risk to themselves by going public...not to mention radar and ground trace evidence...the media needs to wise up and look into this...don't give our lying governments such a free ride in their obvious denial and cover up of the facts...Hick Bull tells no lies...