posted on Dec, 19 2007 @ 08:54 PM
The original text was posted here.
Many people feel that he embellished rather than confessed on his deathbed, possibly b/c he knew it would help the Roswell Museum.
The point is that after many years of saying one thing, he changed his story. This is different than someone relatively unknown coming forward and
making a non-contradictory statement, imo.
Edit: I will say I don't think he felt he was 'lying'. It may have been one of those situations where he felt he 'knew', but didn't have a
personal experience - iow, he made a first person story out of a 2nd or 3rd hand story. Though not strictly 'kosher', it's a little different than
making an outright lie.
Sadly, there are too many such stories circulating around the 'Roswell' mythos, so in the end, rather than helping, his actions ultimately
diminished the veracity of Roswell.
[edit on 19-12-2007 by Badge01]