Ex-CIA Agent Reveals Truth Behind Roswell
Last week marked the 65th anniversary of the Roswell incident, a day that will live in infamy for an all-too-cryptic reason. The New Mexico town serves as the holy land for many UFO aficionados, thanks to the infamous headline from the Roswell Daily Record from 1947 about a captured "flying saucer."
Although it only took the military only 24 hours to change their story, in the decades since, skeptics have resolved to discover the truth behind that fabled night.
And it might have finally been uncovered.
Chase Brandon, an ex-CIA agent, has finally shareswith the world what he himself had a hard time believing: that Roswell, as we know it, “really happened!” During a 10-year stint as the CIA’s media liaison, Brandon stumbled on a cache labeled “Roswell.” He didn’t just happen upon the historic juggernaut in a neighbor’s attic either; the box was housed in a top-secret section of the CIA headquarters called the Historical Intelligence Collection.
And although Brandon refuses to reveal the exact contents of the container, mostly due to his commitment to secrecy as a former CIA officer, the memos and photos were enough to convince him that “it was not a weather balloon… it was a craft that did not come from this planet.”
Whether Brandon is a credible source, or if the timely information is a ploy to help sell his new book, The Cryptos Conundrum, cannot be known for certain. But a 1950 memo recently published by the FBI might just confirm Brandon’s claim. In it, an FBI director reveals an Air Force investigator confirmed that three flying saucers had been secured in New Mexico.
Happy Anniversary, ET.
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