You are seeing the best UFO photograph in history, a capture with a very interesting story.
Unidentified flying objects appear in historical records thousands of years old.
However, currently, there is a mystery that has not been fully explained, one that is literally from another world and that leaves many of the questions that have no explanation in doubt, this is the existence of extraterrestrial life and its incursions into our planet Earth.
Are we alone in the universe? Are UFO sightings evidence of aliens? Are the videos filmed by the United States Navy, showing unknown aircraft executing physically demanding maneuvers, proof of extraterrestrial technology? Although these questions remain unanswered, it appears that we have made some progress.
An extraordinary affirmation, such as the supposed existence of beings from other worlds, requires extraordinary evidence.
Now, the world of ufology is revolutionized again with the recent news that the best photograph of a UFO in all history has been released, hidden until today for more than 30 years.
And nothing better than this image, which many are classifying as “the best UFO photograph in history.” The capture belongs to the Calvine Case, a UFO sighting in Scottish territory. In it you can see a mysterious diamond-shaped object pursued by a military plane.
David Clarke, an English investigative journalist, spent years investigating the nature of the “Calvine Photograph.” Available information indicates that the photograph was taken on August 4, 1990 in the Scottish Highlands, at approximately 9 p.m. The aircraft pursuing the strange flying object is apparently a Harrier fighter jet.
They took a total of six photographs of the sighting.
They watched the object approach their position for about ten minutes, and then flew off in a vertical direction at high speed.
Frightened by what they had witnessed, they hid and later analyzed the images taken.
I have no clue what the apparently airborne object in “Calvin UFO” photo is, however, I’d say with a very high degree of certainty it is not some classified aerospace platform in the inventory of any nation-state or commercial enterprise. #ufotwitter pic.twitter.com/R20416H8HM
— Tim McMillan (@LtTimMcMillan) August 15, 2022
When they revealed the captures they made a decision and sent them to the Daily Record newspaper. According to reports, a newspaper worker would have contacted the Ministry of Defense to expose the case.
However, the UK government decided to hide it and gave it the name “Calvine Case”.
After 13 years of investigation, Clarke, who has served as a curator at Britain’s National Archives and is currently a professor at Sheffield Hallam University, discovered that Lindsay kept a copy of the last remaining original print.
The photo would be one of the six that the two hikers would have taken and you can see the unknown object, “escorted” by a fighter plane, which is visible in the background.
In an interview with Newsweek, Clarke reported that the identities of those who took the photo will remain unknown, at least until 2072, to protect their privacy.