An Air Force veteran with over 14 years of experience as an intelligence offer has dropped quite the bombshell this week. According to David Charles Grusch, a former member of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and National Reconnaissance Office turned UFO whistleblower, the US government has recovered “intact craft of non-human origin,” and they’re keeping it a secret from the public.
Over the past day or so, Grusch has shared this news with several different outlets, even telling NewsNationNow that the government has a program that looks to retrieve “non-human exotic origin vehicles that have either landed or crashed.”
Grusch says he previously served as a senior technical adviser for Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency. During that time Grusch says he was refused access to the program which included physical evidence of intact crafts of non-human origin. Now, having turned UFO whistleblower, Grusch says he believes everyone should know the truth.
Grusch claims that the recovery of partial fragments, as well as intact vehicles, has been made for decades, according to The Debrief. Further, he says that analysis of these objects has proven that they are “of exotic origin,” meaning they’re not human.
The hunt for alien life has been an ongoing objective for many astronomers over the past several decades, and we’ve had our fair share of people claiming they’ve found UFOs, like the claims a UFO is sitting at the bottom of the ocean. However, having a high-ranking intelligence officer come out as a UFO whistleblower and make such claims, and offer such possible evidence is certain to get people talking.
But just what should you believe? That’s not a question that I can answer for you. Scientists have long argued that alien life is out there, so why should it be so unbelievable that they’ve somehow wandered across us? Further, according to some of the reports, Grusch is considered “beyond reproach,” and everything he shared with agencies was cleared by the Defense Office of Prepublication and Security Review before he shared it.
It’s also unusual to see a UFO whistleblower from the Air Force coming forward, as that particular branch has been even less forthcoming about UFO-related discoveries than others.
If the claims are true, though, it does leave one wondering just how much the government has managed to find, and what we could learn from it. Hopefully, we’ll see results of deeper investigations into this soon, as Grusch filed his complaints with Congress last year.