OK, we’ve all heard about Roswell and we all have our thoughts about what happened, or didn’t, but nothing quite sparks the imagination like the words ‘crashed UFO’, does it? Well, what if this is a picture of a genuine downed alien ship?
According to inothernewz, Japanese Navy officials have released the first ever photo of the UFO that crashed off the coast of Okinawa on Friday. The photo (above) is grainy but it’s the craft as it lies beneath the water’s surface and, whatever it is, it still has power as there’s a red glow comng from the top of it.
“We wanted to release this photo to the world and confirm the reports issued yesterday,” said Japanese Navy spokesman Yoshido Hari. “This picture will give credence to what some of our citizens living on Okinawa witnessed yesterday. We clearly still have many days of salvaging ahead of us but we will take our time and bring the aircraft up in one piece. We must preserve the object as much as possible.”
The internet was buzzing on Friday with reports of a crashed UFO off the coast of Okinawa, but many believed it was merely another hoax: “This is not a joke,” said Hari. “We have clear evidence at the bottom of the ocean that indicates UFO presence. What the world once thought virtually impossible is now a reality. It is up to us to preserve that reality in order to study the structure of the vessel and perhaps even the alien lifeforms inhabiting it.”
The United States has dispatched several US Government scientists, however if and when the ‘ship’ is removed there is no word on where it will end up. “At this early junction, we can’t say for sure where we will be conducting our studies,” said Hari. “Our main objective at the moment is salvaging the giant aircraft in one piece. We must get it out of the water before saltwater eats away critical pieces. Obviously, keeping the structure intact would be optimal.
“At this time we have no other photos to release. The water is somewhat murky and the picture released to the world this morning is the best quality available at this time. We will try to produce other photos of the vessel as conditions improve.”
More if and when it happens folks…