Published: 6:23 PM 1/16/2016
The truth is already out there according to Nigel Watson...
By Jon Austin
FOR years alien investigators have been demanding the release by governments across the globe of ALL confidential files they hold relating to UFO and extraterrestrial sightings.
It is called the disclosure movement and UFO conspiracists insist there is a worldwide cover-up to prevent the 'truth' that aliens have previously landed from getting out.
Alien believers feel if this came out it would spark mass hysteria among the general public - destroying their ideas of religion and causing society to crumble.
While many UFO investigators insist this full "disclosure" is a long way off, one claims the pressure over it has already had significant success.
Hilary Clinton, the Democrat US presidential candidate, has already vowed to enforce full disclosure, and send a team into the mysterious top-secret Area 51 military base where some suspect crashed UFOs have been stored, should she make it into the White House.
But Nigel Watson, a British UFO researcher and author, claims we are halfway there.
He said: "You don't have to break into Area 51 or hack into government computer networks to discover thousands of top secret UFO documents."
He has written a new e-book - UFO Government Secrets - which he claims explains exactly where what is already out there can be accessed.
Mr Watson said many formerly top-secret and classified documents about UFO sightings and inquiries have already been released by government across the globe online, but they are not always easy to access or advertised.
He said: "UFO Government Secrets reveals where you can find online access to these files that have been released by governments throughout the world.
"Many were classified for decades, and have taken years of petitioning by ufologists to be made public.
"For the first time ever this book provides the most comprehensive guide to these files, allowing you to outsmart even Sculler and Mulder before they return to our TV screens for the new X-Files series."
Mr Watson said although the amount of information was now plentiful, it has still not satisfied many researchers who believe the documents released are just "a smokescreen to obscure the real nature and extent of dealings between our leaders and alien beings. These ufologists are demanding that governments now come clean."
Meanwhile, sceptics argue the documents that have been released so far do not prove aliens exist - because there have been no real encounters.
Last month Express.co.uk reported how Gary Mckinnon, a British man who hacked into the computers of NASA and several US defence agencies over several years looking for the truth about aliens found next to nothing on the subject.