What is the Truth?

History was made one summer day two years after the end of World War II. Nine silvery objects gleaming in the afternoon sun astonished a private pilot, Kenneth Arnold, as they flew at extraordinary speed past Mount Rainier, Washington, “like saucers skipping over water.” Newspapers dubbed these objects “flying saucers” and tallied several thousand sightings over the next two weeks in June–July 1947.

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