Retired CIA Agent Claims UFO’s, Area 51 Used To Smuggle Drugs Into United States…

Every single time that I have seen someone get caught operating some kind of massive drug operation it was always where they either had privacy, seclusion or were able to severely restrict the people who traveled to their location.

Anyone who says that the government at one point or another didn’t smuggle drugs into the United States is downright lying to themselves..

A retired CIA agent claims that the agency used flying saucers to smuggle cocaine and cannabis in the U.S. in the 1970s and 1980s, and was using the famous Area 51 military as a base for its operations.
Mr. Franklin, who now lives in  Manassas in Virginia, claims he didn’t only see the flying saucers but also piloted them on more than 800 flights.

He describes the vehicle as a VZ-13, a highly improved military version VZ-9 Avrocar, the famous flying saucer developed by the Canadian Avro Aircraft and introduced in 1958.

The 91-year old says the CIA operatives used these unusual vehicles and wore strange-looking astronaut suits so that witnesses of their operations would draw false conclusions and would not be taken seriously.

“It was brilliant. We took the drugs straight from Mexico, all the way to Nevada. People who saw us thought we were aliens. They never realized that they’d witnessed an illegal drug trafficking operation directed by the CIA.”

Jim Franklin estimates that he helped the CIA smuggle more than 2000 tons of cocaine using this unusual strategy, most of it through Area 51.


The famous military installation known as Area 51 is an American Air Force base located in Nevada. It has been associated with UFOs for many decades.

This isn’t the first time that the CIA is accused of taking part in the international drug trade, but Mr. Franklin is the first to claim that the agency used flying saucers for such operations.

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