posted on Mar, 28 2004 @ 10:49 PM
[The conclusions are:
"Aliens" observed in the New Mexico desert were actually anthropomorphic test dummies that were carried aloft by U.S. Air Force high altitude
balloons for scientific research.]
Then why didn't the gov/military admit in 1947 that they were using dummies? Why wait so long? Sure, some tests may have been "top secret", but how
would the admission of "dummies" to the public be harmful to any project? Afterall, they were only using them in high-altitude tests. What's the
big deal? Also, the gov/military goofed by admitting they used dummies. Why? Because it is also an admission that indeed BODIES were present at
Roswell. (For years they continued to deny there were even ANY bodies present at Roswell.)
[The "unusual" military activities in the New Mexico desert were high altitude research balloon launch and recovery operations. Reports of military
units that always seemed to arrive shortly after the crash of a flying saucer to retrieve the saucer and "crew," were actually accurate descriptions
of Air Force personnel engaged in anthropomorphic dummy recovery operations.]
Large convoys of military vehicles and personnel, unusual influx of numerous high-ranking military officials, intelligence agents, and death threats
on the citizens---is this the typical manner in which Air Force personnel engage in "anthropomorphic dummy recovery operations"? If the crashes were
merely balloons, dummies, and/or aircraft accidents, then why threaten the simple country folks (ranchers/farmers)? Just make them believe there is
nothing top secret going on, that it was just another routine military test, thank them for informing them of the discovery, and move on. Why would
they every suspect the military/gov was lying to them? Mac Brazel had many times seen a crashed weather balloon/device. He was not the kind that would
go public and was more than willing to cooperate with the military. The death threats against him was certainly unprompted and uncalled for, even if
the debris had indeed been a top secret military device. Mac Brazel would never have known the difference.
Another thing, if this device was SUCH a top secret military test device that they felt it was necessary to send convoys of trucks and intelligence
personnel to the site, then why didn't they know of the crash as soon as it happened? Wasn't it a few days later that they actually got out there to
check it out? And why only send a few people to check out initially if they already knew what it was? If the amount of debris required numerous trucks
to collect, then why didn't they initially send out the trucks? Answer: They did NOT know what they were going to find. That's why the trucks,
generals, and death threats came AFTER initial inspection of the site by Jesse Marcel.
[Claims of "alien bodies" at the Roswell Army Air Field hospital were most likely a combination of two separate incidents:
) a 1956 KC-97 aircraft accident in which 11 Air Force members lost their lives; and,
) a 1959 manned balloon mishap in which two Air Force pilots were injured.
This report is based on thoroughly documented research supported by official records, technical reports, film footage, photographs, and interviews
with individuals who were involved in these events. > More details]
Other than the dates, which don't match, how does the gov/military explain the testimony of one of the most credible witnesses (and who is still
alive today), Jesse Marcel's son? He is a Medical Doctor and retired army helicopter pilot, and he clearly recalls his intelligence agent dad (Jesse
Marcel) bringing home a pile of the debris to show them. He, his dad and mom sat around inspecting the debris, noting not only the extremely resilient
and indestructable materials, but also the strange hieroglyph-like writing embossed on an I-beam sample. None of the pieces of debris was recognizable
even to Jesse Marcel, whose job was to be familiar with all current aircraft in the military's arsenal. And Jesse Marcel and his son's testimonies
corroborate well with those of others, like Loretta Proctor and her family and friends, who got to play around with a piece of the debris brought to
them by Mac Brazel.
Another point about the dummies. If the bodies were indeed dummies, does it seem likely that ANY witness would mistake them as even dead humans upon
close inspection? Wouldn't the fake joints in the neck, wrists, elbows, etc. be noticeable? Wouldn't the absence of eye sockets, nose holes, and ear
holes be noticeable? Wouldn't the fact that they all would be identical in height (6 feet?), size and shape be noticeable? Wouldn't the skin color
also give it away as being unreal? And what about damage to the parts? Wouldn't a broken leg or arm or whatever be a dead giveaway after seeing the
absence of flesh, blood, bones, etc?
The gov/military treats its citizens as morons, and to their fortune, most of the citizens act like it.