By Alicia Neaves
If you're of the mindset that we are alone in the universe, we have some information that might change your opinion. Nearly 130,000 pages of declassified government documents of UFO sightings are now available in one place on the Internet.
The Project Blue Book Collection is the first of its kind to grab every document from the Blue Book Project and put it all in one place for anyone to read and download for free.
"It's just been an eye-opener," Ruben Uriarte, Author, Investigator and Director of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) of Northern California, said.
It was deemed the Blue Book Project by military personnel. This project documented UFO sightings and investigations in the U.S. from 1947 to 1969. They were declassified before but required extensive work to get your hands on them.
Now, every single document - 10,000 different PDF's in 130,000 pages that were once stored in the National Archives in D.C - are available online.
"We have now more documents that show that, hey, something was definitely happening in all parts of the United States as well as throughout the world," Uriarte said.
Uriarte, who has also written a number of books about historic UFO cases, says his organization MUFON receives 8,000 UFO reports from across the nation each year.
"We get so many reports from law enforcement officers as well as pilots, military people," Uriarte said.
Although these thousands and thousands of government documents might seem like many to some, expert researchers believe this is only the tip of the iceberg.
"I think we might be receiving more disclosure, as the word is used, possibly coming from these other countries. Now, with the release of these documents here in the United States, it shows that we are not alone," Uriarte said.