It has been a long history of ufo sightings but what if credible people sees incredible things. How can government and other agencies overlook them.William Moore, the first investigator to document the Roswell UFO crash, maintains a controversial association with Air Force intelligence officers who claim to be cover-up insiders.Former CIA operative Victor Marchetti , coauthor of the best-selling The CIA and the Cult of Intelligence (1974), thinks the U.S. government maintains secret contacts with extraterrestrials. He bases his suspicion — he admits he cannot prove it — on stories he heard while working at “high levels of the CIA.” These tales alleged that the National Security Agency (NSA), which collects electronic intelligence, had received “strange signals,” said by intelligence sources to be of extraterrestrial origin.Marchetti could learn nothing about the content of these communications, which had a level of secrecy that was extraordinary even by the standards of the supersecret NSA. In the 1980s UFO investigators William Moore and Jaime Shandera heard comparable tales from Air Force intelligence sources. No good evidence backs up these tales, but they are undeniably intriguing, if only because of who is telling the tales.
Between 1952 and 1955 the Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio, a think tank that does classified analytical work for the U.S. government, studied a collection of UFO reports from Project BLUE Book .The Institute established that the unexplained sightings were fundamentally different from both explained sightings and those sightings with insufficient information for evaluation. Moreover, the “unknowns” came from the best-qualified observers, the sightings were of longer duration, and the unknown objects seldom bore any resemblance to their conventional counterparts.
So , during various stages of years , many claims came into the news for UFOs sightings but all of the claims were denied by the higher authorities and were never paid much importance. Infact they never wanted to pay attention to the claims and are focussed to hide the truth.