Did you know that in 2011 a citizen sleuth seemingly proved that debris from the scene of the Roswell UFO Crash in 1947 was made OFF the Earth? This is the 2015 follow up. Includes recent video.
The same cast of characters who pushed for so-called UFO Disclosure in the first part of this millennium are still at it and plan to use Cinco De Mayo as the `smoking gun' date for revelations about Roswell. This story is hot this week and I this is an overview of the situation.
The Stevens Institute technology analysis indicates with certainty that Major Jesse Marcel (1947) did indeed accurately relate in transcribed interviews the truth as he believed it to be. The latest rage in audio analyzing apps this season!
The shape of the head, ears, eyes, nose, chest, arms and legs were all similar to those of a human being. He did say the alien was almost bald with just a little bit of hair.
He told loved ones he hauled material from the crashed spaceship to one of the Timken plants in Canton, OH that summer. A Timken furnace could not dent, damage or melt the UFO wreckage. Not even slightly.
A 1974 UFO incident in the Berwyn Mountains, dubbed the Welsh Roswell, was dismissed as an earthquake and a meteor combining, official files show.
He served with several men who were present at Roswell during the incident. From the information I have gathered from him and other sources the incident definitely occurred and there were remains of some type of beings. The Mogul balloon story was simply a cover. Though the only evidence I have is word of mouth from witnesses, I feel the real truth has yet to be officially disclosed.
Their first press release talked of the recovery of a flying saucer - it was only when the suits descended from Washington that the tone of the official communiques changed.
Neither Battelle nor the USAF can produce copies of the Second Progress Report. Bragalia suspects the data is still highly classified due to its source — a flying disc that crashed outside Roswell, N.M., in 1947.
Only a proper scientific analysis will show if a tiny piece of metal can shed new light on the supposed crash of a UFO near Roswell, researchers appealing for funds said Thursday
“Those bodies—the Roswell bodies—they weren’t aliens. Those bodies were Japanese people. I should have spoken about this years ago. I should have said something.”