Flight Sgt. Roland Hughes was an RAF fighter pilot on a training mission over West Germany in 1952. On his way back to the base he was followed by a gleaming silver metallic disc. The pilot watched as the craft flew alongside him before disappearing at hypersonic velocity. Fortunately, the object was captured by RAF radar and confirmed to be traveling faster than any man-made craft of that era was capable of. The pilot claimed the craft appeared to be similar to ‘tin foil’ with no seams or wrinkles. You can find the rest of this story written by author Chris Hanlon writing for DailyMail.co.uk HERE.