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Roswell, an odd story from the very beginning.

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posted on Jul, 29 2019 @ 06:49 PM
a reply to: mirageman

I figured it was a little rough that’s why I didn’t go for it originally but since its free Ill give it try. I don’t have to read it all.

Also, the premise to me is challenging to accept because to me it doesn’t make much sense.

Only the part about trying to lure Russian spies.

I don’t think the US government has that kind of imagination

The Press release, though, tells me that they were doing something undercover.

Its a challenging affair, Rosewell, with all kinds of angles. Rublics cube of ufology.

posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 03:49 AM
If I'm not mistaking Lt. Walter Haut said that the reason why they issued the press release was because the Army did not want the locals to go out into the desert to look for the craft or debris.They wanted people to think that the craft was already recovered and shipped out when in fact it was still on site,so they needed to buy time to remove it and to do a proper sanitizing of the area.

posted on Jul, 30 2019 @ 08:03 AM
a reply to: Willtell

I don't dismiss James Carrion's premise outright. But it lacks convincing absolute proof to me. Something only a top secret document could reveal. But there is no smoking gun there.

The book is a long laborious read. But the reference sources are excellent for further research.

For instance an object found in Texas reported on exactly the same day the Roswell story broke. This was reported as being an aluminium disc.

The witness who found the disc said it contained a label....

“Military secret of the United States of America, Army Air Forces M4339658. Anyone damaging or revealing description or whereabouts of this missile subject to prosecution by the U. S. government. Call collect at once, LD446, Army Air Forces Depot, Spokane, Wash.”... the words “non-explosive” also were carried.

The witness then later claimed it was all a joke. Even though he went to the trouble of making up the label and secret reference number.

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