Roswell UFO Crash (1947)
On July 8, 1947, Walter Hault, the public information officer for (RAAF) Roswell Army Air Field released a press statement that the personnel from the 509th Operations Group had recovered a "flying disc", which had crashed on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico.
Covering up the story, the military decided to release a story later that day that the crash was a downed weather balloon. The story then died for 30 years. Beginning in 1978, the story re-ignited when UFO researchers found several witnesses to the crash investigation as well as several hundred documents and the leak of the Majestic 12 documents.
They concluded that at least one alien spacecraft crash had occurred at Roswell, New Mexico with the retrieval of alien bodies and that the government was covering up the incident.
The Roswell UFO Crash will undoubtably be examined and discussed for generations to come as hopefully more evidence will eventually be disclosed.
B. D. Gildenberg has called the Roswell incident "the world's most famous, most exhaustively investigated, and most thoroughly debunked UFO claim".
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Rancher, W.W. "Mack" Brazel was riding along his ranch near Roswell, New Mexico around the first week of July, 1947 when he started to notice debris scattered about that seemed to be metallic. He also found a trench several hundred feet long that had been gouged into his land.
Brazel returned with his son on July 4th, 1947 to collect some of the debris. He stated that his son saw a
"large area of bright wreckage made up of rubber strips, tinfoil, a rather tough paper and sticks."
After showing the debris to some neighbors Brazel contacted the local sheriff Wilcox on July 7th, who in return reported the incident to RAAF Major Jesse Marcel.
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Major Jesse Marcel, intelligence officer for the 509th Bomb Group displays the "debris" retrieved from W.W. “Mack” Brazel's ranch in Roswell, NM