Over at the BBC's website, there's a fascinating new story involving the British Royal Air Force and, allegedly, a Soviet Sputnik satellite, or a spy-balloon, or, well how really knows? It begins as follows:
"A former RAF Kinloss Mountain Rescue Team leader has told how he sought evidence that a Russian satellite crashed in the Highlands 50 years ago. David 'Heavy' Whalley was intrigued by a story from the 1960s that a shepherd found the remains of a Sputnik on a moor above Ardgay in Sutherland. An RAF Kinloss Mountain Rescue Team member sent to the scene later told Mr Whalley of finding unusual debris. Team members involved were allegedly told to 'keep quiet' about it."
And here's the complete article on a case that I'm sure will soon be championed in some quarters as a "British Roswell." And the last thing we need is another bloody case dragging on for 65-years!!