Roswell FBI Memo

April 12, 2011 by staff 

Roswell FBI Memo, A Roswell FBI memo released on a website has created a stir among UFO researchers. The memorandum of March 22, details the emergence of crashed “flying saucers” in New Mexico that were recovered, with alien bodies. It was released in a new agency Web site called “El Refugio”.

Some UFO researchers are up in arms over what some see as evidence of an alien landing in Roswell, New Mexico and a subsequent government cover-up. However, according to the Christian Science Monitor, the note is not in good standing and is not even close to Roswell. UFO circles have known about the existence of the note for years.

The document is an authentic memo written by FBI special agent Guy Hottel, but the information is not really new.

There is a firsthand account, but a third hand report of what an Air Force investigator said about what someone said. In addition, actually referring to a separate incident UFO crash in Aztec, New Mexico, in 1948, Roswell.

According to the news on April 11, 2011, was issued a note confirming a UFO landed in Roswell, New Mexico. Many witnesses saw a mysterious aircraft falling on the ground in July. Mac Brazel showed pieces of debris from Roswell Sheriff George Wilcox, who called the Roswell Army Air Field, the 509 Th Division to see if one of its planes crashed. Major Jesse Marcel and against Sheridan Cavett intelligence officer, and assigned to the case, was to investigate the field where the wreckage was found. Soon, truckloads of debris and bodies were taken to Hangar 84, until it moved to Wright-Patterson Air Force and other bases.

Headlines proclaimed that the U.S. Air Force captured a flying saucer. Twenty-four hours later, the military changed the story; saying that the object they thought was a flying saucer was a time balloon. Evidence was confiscated. Orders were given to all involved not to discuss the incident. Roswell was forgotten, especially until the early 1970 when members of the armed forces who participated spoke.

In 1978, the biggest Jesse Marcel, one of the military officers who conducted the first investigation of Roswell, contact the respected scientist and UFO researcher Stan Friedman to tell her about the incident.

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