According to the Sunday Express, a raft of previously top secret UFO documentation is due for public release. But don't get too excited yet as there's still a bit of a wait before they surface. The story says that the UK's Ministry of Defence will release files by March next year, and given that there's been delays in the past, one can only keep their fingers crossed that the release goes ahead.
The files could help prove the existence of alien visitors, so there is great excitement around their potential release.
Some investigators claim the files could provide key evidence of extra-terrestrial life visiting the UK and of specific information about famous controversial sightings such as the Rendlesham Forest incident - a series of reported sightings of unexplained lights and the alleged landing of one or more craft in Suffolk in late December 1980.
We'll have to see if they're let go with out too much redacted, or mysteriously gone missing, but we'll be waiting eagerly to see what they say. Often described as the UK's own Roswell, the Rendalsham incident is one that continues to generate speculation and theories. There's hope that these files could help shed some light on one of the most infamous cases in UK UFO history. Read more about the secret files here.