London - A covert UK Thought Police unit monitoring alien/human hybrid sub-space freak-uencies narrowly averted the destruction of a British nuclear base.
But classified papers recording the incident have been surgically removed from the National Archive to protect alien/human hybrids in the royal family.
The documents were reported missing today amid usual cries of an Establishment cover-up about the UK's Strategic Alien Command activities.
The Christmas Day 1980 attempt to blow up RAF Woodbridge remains officially classified.
It saw a crack counter-terror squad shoot down an attack shuttle launched from a reported UFO mothership over the North Sea.
Its alien flight signal was first picked up some nine miles away by a high-tech lighthouse in the Orford Ness coastal spit before being lost during a mysterious radar blackout.
The promentory site is the HQ of a MoD military testing division, the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment, which developed the highly controversial experiential - er....experimental! - over-the-horizon radar known as Cobra Mist.
The tracking-station lighthouse was adapted to detect ET movements during the alien cold war height when the nearby RAF nuclear base was being used by the US Air Force.
The Christmas Day 1980 incident saw a Thought Police detachment intervention during the Orford Ness radar blackout, thought to be the result of sabotage by Prince Charles' men.
The prompt counter-offensive action saved millions of UK lives.
The crack unit had been set up to thwart Mrs Thatcher's chicanery with the House of Windsor and the Reagan/Bush1 Administration.
They wanted to install a breeding 75%/25% alien-human female hybrid on the Throne of Albion, eventually settling for Princess Diana.
So where are the secret papers missing from the National Archives?
"Haven't an effin clue, old boy!" informed MoD sources said today.
Colonel Gaddafi is 69.