posted on Jun, 14 2007 @ 09:03 AM
Photos of the alleged crash site have features that strongly indicate something did, indeed, crash near Kingman. A U. S. government agency took two
dozen high-altitude aerial photographs in a grid pattern on June 11, 1953 of a large, triangular feature 4400ft long and 2700ft wide in dry lake bed
near Garrison, Utah.
A TerraServa aerial photo of the site taken in 1997 from 30000ft:
shows that the features of the site had not changed much during 44 years. Notice the clearly human-made straight edges of a triangle - possibly survey
work on the crash site - at
The case is discussed in detail at
Apart from these photos, the evidence for a crashed object is circumstantial and anecdotal. I doubt very much that it was a top secret military plane.
Even allowing for the bulldozing of the area to hide the impact marks, nothing was built in 1953 that was so large that its skid marks had to be
destroyed over such a large area, with debris sent 3/4 mile beyond the impact zone.
Here is the testimony of someone who claimed to have been involved with the retrieval of the object and bodies of aliens: