Roswell UFO Incident Involved Two Crashes: Report
Given the mounds of folklore attached to Roswell, it has become easy to waive off most of the crazy claims that come out every other day. But when a former UFO debunker, who happens to be ex-military, claims that not only did Roswell happen, but that it involved two alien craft crashes instead of the alleged one, people pay attention.
Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Richard French tells The Huffington Post that he believes there’s a massive government cover-up when it comes to UFOs. After serving for 27 years in the military, and contributing to the famed Project Blue Book, a study on extraterrestrial activity, French’s story does have to be considered with some seriousness…
French says he was in New Mexico back in 1947 — when the alleged urban legend transpired — serving military training for rated officers. After decades of contributing to the cover-up, he broke his seal of silence. He claims the first spacecraft was shot down by an experimental U.S. plane that jammed the UFO with a pulse ray; the second crash happened, he says, when alien backup arrived days later.
And although French didn’t actually see any of this, he swears by the information he received from a trusted source, and he has seen photographs of the wrecked vehicles.
French said he “had seen photographs of parts of the UFO that had inscriptions on it that looked like… an Arabic language. They were photographs in a folder that I just thumbed through.” Is this the last development we hear on Roswell? Will we have to hear an admission from directly the mouth of a U.S. President, to ever believe that it was just more than a weather balloon?
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