On August 4th, 1990, two hikers captured a photo of a 100-foot, diamond-shaped craft hovering over the Scottish Highlands. The Calvine UFO is considered one of the most significant UFO sightings in the UK, and the photo which clearly shows the object in the daylight with no discernible hallmarks of a hoax, is one of the best photos ever taken. And no one knows what it is.
Mysteriously, the case – and the photo – have been kept under wraps for over 30 years.
The Ministry of Defence claimed to have lost the photo, but it turns out former Royal Air Force press officer Craig Lindsay has been holding onto a copy all these years, and he wants the truth to come out.
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Nick Pope, a former UFO investigator for the British Ministry of Defence who believes “dark forces were at work” to sabotage the Calvine incident, discusses the photo:
And before you jump to conclusions, this Twitter user has already debunked the skydiver theory:
With all this chaos over the Scotland-Calvine "UFO" photo – I decided to eliminate at least one potential – it's not Scottish Skydivers. And this is why: pic.twitter.com/Y7M1i4Wlp5
— O.S.I.R.I.S. ? (@OSIRIS_UAP) August 15, 2022