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Roswell What Really Happened

Updated on December 30, 2014

The Roswell Incident

The Roswell UFO Incident involved the recovery of materials near Roswell, New Mexico, USA, in July 1947, which have since become the subject of intense speculation and research. There are widely divergent views on what actually happened, and passionate debate about what evidence can be believed. The United States military maintains that what was recovered was a top-secret research balloon that had crashed. However, many UFO proponents believe the wreckage was of a crashed alien craft and that the military covered up the craft's recovery. The incident has evolved into a widely-recognised and referenced pop culture phenomenon, and for some, Roswell is synonymous with UFO and likely ranks as the most famous alleged UFO incident.

Now there is the recent news that a telegram in General Rameys hand was photographed at the time of the Roswell incident. That document has now been read and it reveals that a craft of alien origin did in fact crash at Roswell and that alien bodies were recovered also. The text in that document further reveals that the cover up and weather balloon story was planted in that telegram. So it would appear that we now know the truth.

The U.S. Government covered up the fact that an alien spacecraft crashed at Roswell New Mexico and that alien bodies were recovered. If so then the cat is out of the bag. I've always believed that the government covered up a real alien space craft crash. And I think there have been other cover ups of other crashed alien space craft. I think that it is the reverse engineering of those alien space craft that gave us the great leap forward in technology that we have experienced over the last fifty years or so.

Roswell Daily Record, July 8, 1947, announcing the "capture" of a "flying saucer."

Here you can see for yourself words from a telegram that General Raimey was holding in his hand. The telegram was photographed and now you can read some of the words that were in it. I believe the US Government lied to us.
Here you can see for yourself words from a telegram that General Raimey was holding in his hand. The telegram was photographed and now you can read some of the words that were in it. I believe the US Government lied to us.

New Video, Russian Cover Up Of Dead Alien In The Snow Of Siberia

Millitary Cover Up Of Roswell

A UFO crashed northwest of Roswell, New Mexico, in the summer of 1947. The military acted quickly and efficiently to recover the debris after its existence was reported by a ranch hand. The debris - unlike anything these highly trained men had ever seen - was flown without delay to at least three government installations. A cover story was concocted to explain away the debris and the flurry of activity. It was explained that a weather balloon, one with a new radiosonde target device, had been found and temporarily confused the personnel of the 509th Bomb Group. Government officials took reporters' notes from their desks and warned a radio reporter not to play a recorded interview with the ranch hand. The men who took part in the recovery were told never to talk about the incident. And with a whimper, not a bang, the Roswell event faded quickly from public view and press scrutiny

I've always found that newspaper headline above to be one of the best pieces of evidence of UFO's that there ever has been. Its interesting to note that when that paper came out that the Army said they had captured a flying saucer. But by the next day the story had been changed to a weather balloon. Come on people may be dumb. But they aren't that dumb. There is no way that the Army would have said that they had captured a flying saucer unless they had.

But you see I know something that a lot of people don't know. My Uncle who sadly has since passed away was there in the area when the story actually happened. He told us the story of seeing 3 - 4 small coffins being loaded into a truck. And he told of seeing a large truck with something covered up with canvas being driven away. My uncle was a sergeant with the U.S. Army in that area at the time and he says he was sent along with another man on a trip that afternoon to purchase the tin foil and sticks that were later found. As I was growing up he told us the story that on the night after the incident that he and at least two other men scattered foil and sticks over fields that night.

The men in the army group at Roswell were told it was a Russian Space Craft with midgets aboard that had crashed and if they ever said anything about what they had seen they would be tried for treason. Various stories have leaked out over the years and I think my Uncle told a true story. The one thing I can remember about his story is that it never changed. I heard him tell the story for over forty years at least and his story never changed.

I remember the first time or one of the first times I heard the story that the TV Show , Lost In Space had started coming on TV and this is what got my Uncle to telling his story.

I myself was in the U.S. Military and I really do believe a cover up may have taken place. I think that the US Army and other people in the U.S. Government may have taken part in a cover up that hid the fact that a UFO crashed at Roswell New Mexico.

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