A growing number of people on Twitter have reached the conclusion that the mainstream media is about to reveal extraterrestrial secrets.
Using the #UFOTwitter hashtag, many UFO researchers, activists and enthusiasts are more than confident that an upcoming article, set to be released from the New York Times, will once and for all put the question over extraterrestrial life to rest.
One of the main drivers of the theory is Joe Murgia who runs the popular website ufojoe.net,
Since the floodgates of UFO hype have opened, other key events have occurred including the appearance of the doyen of UFO journalism George Knapp, and documentary filmmaker Jeremy Corbell appearing on one of the internet’s biggest platform’s, the Joe Rogan Podcast.
A UFO researcher responsible for the YouTube channel Post Disclosure World gives a solid overview of what are the expected revelations from the latest developments and previously released documents about a governmental like, coined the Wilson-Davis leak.
This all comes off the latest news that the US senate has been pushing for public disclosure of the UFO (or under the modern acronym – UAP) threat is to global defence locations in the US and abroad in the interest of public safety.
The Black Vault recently uploaded a clip of Florida US senator Marco Rubio discussing the push to disclosure about these unidentified threats over military installations.
One thing is clear, the subject is heating up in the public sphere. But is it overcooked or not?
Daniel is a Melbourne-based multimedia journalist with international experience as an editor, producer, designer and artist at some of Australasia’s biggest newsrooms. A longtime commentator and reporter on internet culture, he now journals his observations on digital life and counterculture for Boldly.