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Majestic Case #2

Majestic Case #2

Discovered in 1933 by Alberto Tulli, the Tulli Papyrus is the earliest citation of flying saucers in existence. Not actually a papyrus, but rather a translation, the document is of Egyptian origin and its location is currently unknown. The papyrus was created after the scribes of the pharaoh, Thutmosee III, reported a sighting of “fiery disks” floating in the sky.

Majestic Case #1 (updated)

Majestic Case #1 (updated)

Beginning on November 11, 1987, Gulf Breeze contractor Ed Walters reported a series of UFO sightings over a period of three weeks. Some ufologists believed the photographs that Walters purported to show a flying saucer were genuine; however, others strongly suspected them to be a hoax.

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