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Aztec, NM UFO recovery, True?

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posted on Mar, 1 2004 @ 05:09 PM
On March 25, 1948, it's said that 3 radar stations detected about a 100ft in diameter craft flying around Aztec, NM. According to what I've read about it, the radar caused a malfunction to the ships navigation and caused it to crash. The craft itself was made of a metal like material that was similar to aluminum, but much, much stronger. So strong that they couldn't enter the craft with the tools they had available, they did manage to get in by exploiting a fracture they found and managed to hit a button using a pole and causing a hidden door to open.

Inside they said they found a total of 16 beings avg 3.5 ft. The beings were all dead and had been burnt to a crisp. There are a lot of holes in this story, as there are with many when it comes with ufos, there is even a site claiming it to be a scam. This is the first I've heard of this, I even searched ATS and couldn't find a topic about it.

Here are some links to help you decide what to think of it all, also there is a video to an interview but the link is broke atm.

posted on Mar, 1 2004 @ 05:14 PM
i love the av. actually, since you happen to mention it, i do!!!!

posted on Mar, 1 2004 @ 05:14 PM
I read about it ages ago. There is even less evidence for the reality of this crash than there is Roswell, so its still a big question mark to me. While I certainly wouldn't doubt that it could have happened, there isn't enough there for me to form a hard opinion on how real the crash was.

posted on Mar, 2 2004 @ 01:57 PM
I'm with heelstone on this one....little to go on...

EDIT: The obvious questions...

its exterior made of a light metal resembling aluminum but so durable that no amount of heat (up to 10,000 degrees was applied) or diamond-tipped drill had the slightest effect. The disk apparently incorporated large rings of metal which revolved around a central, stabilized cabin, using an unfamiliar gear ratio. There were no rivets, bolts, screws or signs of welding. Investigators were eventually able to gain entry. Scully was told, because of a fracture in one of the portholes, which they enlarged, revealing a knob inside the cabin which when pushed (with a pole) caused a hidden door to open.

1. how did they enlarge the portholes, if they couldn't damage the outside?

2. how did they know what the button would do?

3. why is the number different of the two accounts?

4. levers and knobs, different than Roswell, but then again, so are the EBE descriptions.....

5. too much info... it's assumed that the witness would have interface with either the test results of the craft OR the aliens, as these are known to be going to two different locales for compartmentalization.... How did they know the details of BOTH findings...

This reeks of BS....but still, I have an open mind....

[Edited on 2-3-2004 by Gazrok]

posted on Feb, 9 2017 @ 03:39 PM
a reply to: Lysergic

I originally thought Aztec was a retelling of Roswell. But it seems this was its own vehicle which was covered up by the government with a phony court case. ent

This is an excellent book on the "crash" which actually appears to be more of an emergency landing.
No one can explain how it landed like that since the pilots were all fried.

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