The truth is out there – and by there, we mean Google.
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has released 13 million pages of declassified documents online due to a lawsuit and a long-term campaign from freedom of information advocates.
The full archive, containing almost 800,000 files according to the BBC, spans many different governments and sheds fresh light on the 'Stargate Project' – the CIA's attempts to understand psychic powers and extrasensory perception, in which they even performed a test on notorious cutlery bastard Uri Geller.
The widely-disparaged TV psychic was asked to replicate images that subjects in another room were drawing, and the results were eerily similar.
The information has been available since the mid-90s at the National Archives in Maryland, but this is the first time that the files have been spread to the masses.
You can find the documents here, and wade your way through a life-time's worth of strange UFO sightings, if you fancy it.