The extraterrestrial comedy podcast where we probe the pilot who fired at a UFO. Would the UFO let that happen though? If you’re going to see a potential friendly, should you take your weapons or would that antagonise the situation? This episode will answer that very question as the case of Major Jafari of the Imperial Iranian Air Force, whom encountered such a dilemma during 1976 in the skies above Iran, is probed. A question that won’t be answered however is whether there is a difference between radar lock and missile lock. This one contains allegedly true evidence and eye witness accounts. Unless it doesn’t. If we’ve learnt anything on this podcast, it’s that when you have a case with legitimate evidence and the military get involved, soon enough people are saying it’s Jupiter and meteor showers but will that be the case here? Along the way we discover what just happens to be Greybeard’s middle name. Plus what is allegedly truthfully Greybeard’s first name. All that and more on this week’s file.








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