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Top secret files finally released on the UK's Roswell.
A nurse who lived fairly near the impact sight came forward with an amazing account. She told a local newspaper that a UFO the "size of the Albert Hall," had crashed into the Berwyn Mountains, and in the process, threw debris and bodies over a mile from the epicenter. She had walked up to one of the bodies, and was completely taken back when she realized that the body was not human, but alien! Before she could offer an account of her amazing find to others, the military took control. The nurse was taken to a secure area, and two Ministry of Defence officers ordered her to remain silent about her experience. She was told that a statement "would constitute a threat to national security and the defence of the realm".
Although the nurse was well known, she was never seen in the area again, and the news reporter she had told her story to refused to discuss the case until his death in 1979. Was the reporter also under military order? Probably. There is an extremely interesting aftermath to this incredible story. In 1990, electronics engineer Arthur Adams, still enthralled by the Wales story, decided to make a trip to the alleged sight of the crash. Amazingly, the Concorde employee found strange green colored pieces of metal which were fused into rock. He took samples of his find to his laboratory, and was stunned to find that a piece of the material the size of a cubic inch, emitted two kilowatts of electricity when hooked up to a volt meter. He took his findings to the "Daily Express," which ran a series of articles on Adams' discovery.