The CIA Just Released Thousands Of Documents…And You’re Gonna Want To Look At Them

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If you’ve ever wanted to review Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) files about UFOs and other bizarre subjects, you’re in luck.

The CIA has recently expelled roughly a million declassified documents.

Though a files have been permitted to a open given 1995, they were usually permitted during singular hours on a few computers in a National Archives in Maryland. After a 2014 lawsuit from a nonprofit news classification MuckRock demanded a duplicate of a database, a group has expelled over 12 million pages that can been noticed online by anyone with an internet connection. These files embody news clippings, letters, and reports from as early as a 1940s — and some of them are flattering wild.

From UFO sightings to recipes for invisible ink, here are a few of a craziest papers we can find in a CIA Electronic Reading Room.

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1. One request yields information about a investigations into self-proclaimed penetrating Uri Geller’s ostensible abilities to clarity a paranormal.

One request yields information about a investigations into self-proclaimed penetrating a href=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uri_Geller target=_blankUri Geller/a's ostensible abilities to clarity a paranormal.

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2. Another covers a bizarre story about a 1950s UFO sighting.

Another covers a bizarre story about a 1950s UFO sighting.

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3. You can also find out how spies make invisible ink.

You can also find out how spies make invisible ink.

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4. Project MKUltra, referred to as a CIA’s mind-control program, consisted of bootleg experiments on humans with a vigilant of building drugs and procedures to be used in interrogations and torture. The ultimate idea was to find a approach to force people to confess by mind control.

a href=https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_MKUltra target=_blankProject MKUltra/a, referred to as a CIA's mind-control program, consisted of bootleg experiments on humans with a vigilant of building drugs and procedures to be used in interrogations and torture.  The ultimate  idea was to find a approach to force people to confess by mind control.

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5. This request includes another story about a 1959 UFO sighting in Norway.

This request includes another story about a 1959 UFO sighting in Norway.

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