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Don Ecker solves Roswell

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posted on Mar, 30 2006 @ 07:19 PM
Ok so I think he was jokin but here's what he posted to UFO Updates today:

With the recent discussion concerning the infamous Roswell
event, I've come up with the following.

Well to paraphrase Sherlock Holmes, if you eleminate everything
else then what you are left with must be the answer!

Using that logic I think we have solved the UFO case of the
century. Roswell can be explained like this!

Back in 1947 the Army Air Force were secretly testing recovered
German V 2 Rockets.

They were also using the secret Project Mogul balloon array.

Sometime in either June (if you believe Ray Santilli) or in July
(if you believe Stanton Friedman, Kevin Randle, or Bill Moore)
the Army Air Force fired one off, (V 2) and it ran into a Mogul
balloon! Of course there was a _huge_ explosion and all this
crap just dropped out of the sky!

Unfortunately out in the region of Corona, or the Plains of San
Augustine or some other damn place, (depending on who you
believe) there was a group of five elderly - bald Chinese
archeologists. They had the bad luck of being underneath this
damn mess when it dropped from the sky.

Well, if you are smart enough to be here online you should be
able to figure out the rest!

Need i say any more?

I think he's got a point there.

I'm gonna make this a twofer-
The rarely seen BBC documentary on the Roswell Incident UFO is
available for on-line streamed viewing at:


posted on Mar, 30 2006 @ 07:26 PM
Well, I highly doubt that the "aliens" that were sighted by witnesses were elderly Chinese archeologists that just happened to be there.

Yeah, he's joking. He's just not funny.

posted on Mar, 30 2006 @ 07:37 PM
Darn! To late!

It's a good thing that the scantly clad Jim Ragdale and his G/F Trudy Truelove bugged out when they did eh?

Oh wait they got there just before the "Archaeologists" .

j/k I wish Roswell was that simple. It's not. Amusing nonetheless. Thanks for posting LHC.

posted on Mar, 30 2006 @ 07:53 PM
Memory degrades over time which is why it is not reliable as evidence for anything.

posted on Mar, 31 2006 @ 05:54 PM

Memory degrades over time which is why it is not reliable as evidence for anything.


That's why it's good for us that we've got documented military activities and flights, newspaper articles, official press release from the RAAF, a memo in Ramey's hand talking of a crashed disc, and of course the fact that the military has already confessed to covering it up, etc.!

And of course, the fact that everyone's memory degraded to such an extent that they all independently testify to the unusual properties of the debris and other details...

posted on Mar, 31 2006 @ 06:14 PM
But but...

The alien's always have big eyes, remember?

Sounds made up, hes probobly just joking around.

[edit on 31-3-2006 by Kacen]

posted on Mar, 31 2006 @ 07:00 PM
Dam Zedd you lose your funny bone somewhere?
how bout Gregs response-

Leave it to good ol' Don Ecker to start my day with a laugh.

I can one-up you Don. Here's my explanation for the Roswell

The military was on constant guard toward any foreign spies and
aircraft. This heightened sense of alert had everyone a wee bit
too trigger happy. Then, like on some foggy Christmas Eve,
someone saw on radar a fast mover and fired. Scattered
throughout the desert landscape were the remnants of a sleigh
with the bodies of 8 tiny reindeer and some elves. The jolly old
elf at the helm was captured, interrogated and sent to Wright
Patterson AFB.

There he remained until he was identified by a colleague from
the Keebler Elf Anti-Defamation League.

As it dawned on our authorities that they'd just shot down Santa
Claus who was on his way to his summer vacation villa in
Arizona, they didn't want to alarm the public that Christmas was
not coming that year. The Easter Bunny and King Bryan of the
Leprechaun Kingdom filed a joint lawsuit against the Pentagon
and it was hushed up.

Needless to say, no one found goodies in their stockings the
following holiday season and as punishment all military
personnel present at the tragedy were sworn to secrecy.

President Truman, realizing the magnitude of the situation then
started the new wave of security agencies to ensure the safety
of holiday icons everywhere.



I think Don broke it down to it's simplist. Basically who do you believe.
Check the BBC documentary you may be surprised. There's a big argument goin on at the UFO Updates List over Roswell and the AA film.
Certain UFOlogists are trying to locate "jack" the cameraman through the IRS because he may not have declared his income from the sale of the AA film to Ray(a copy).

posted on Mar, 31 2006 @ 07:14 PM
He is just being sarcastic. He probably wonders why the story varries somuch. Last book I remember published about Roswell was something to do with how Americans acutally sending captured japanese people and using them in some sort of experiment which crashed in the dessert.. I can't remember the name of the book though. I just saw an add in the UfO magazine.

posted on Mar, 31 2006 @ 07:22 PM
C'mon people. A rocket fired at a Mogul baloon? Pssssssh

That's the lamest crap I've heard thus far.

posted on Mar, 31 2006 @ 07:35 PM
Chinese archaeologists? LMAO !!!

What about Philip Corso's book The Day After Roswell??? If you guys haven't read yet this book, you should then. Is worth the money.

[edit on 31-3-2006 by Telos]

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