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On episode 345 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we head to Berlin. Of the many files released by the CIA, one bearing the title, Flying Saucers in East Germany, from July 9th, 1952 is one of the most interesting. The account would find its way to the CIA after the main witness, Oscar Linke would testify of his claims before a judge. What made the Oscar Linke case even more intriguing is that he and his family would escape the oppression of Soviet-controlled East Germany and into the relative freedom of West Germany before the incident became known. Linke knew that what he’d witnessed wasn’t a Soviet craft of any kind. In fact, he didn’t believe it to be from any country. He believed it to have come from another world.

Episode written and co-researched by Marcus Lowth. Learn more at: http://www.ufoinsight.com

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