reply to post by Arbitrageur
If the Air Force was telling the truth about Roswell...
That is the problem. They dont.
Roswell was much more than what air forcecould speak at that time, like Marcell's indings:"After interviewing Brazel, Marcell was on the way to the
debris field, accompanied by Army Counter Intelligence Corps officer Sheridan Cavitt and Brazel. Marcell related the events of the search through the
debris in his own words:
"When we arrived at the crash site, it was amazing to see the vast amount of area it covered... it scattered over an area of about three quarters of a
mile long, I would say, and fairly wide, several hundred feet wide. It was definitely not a weather or tracking device, nor was it any sort of plane
And about the questions, i think that when people stop to make questions, we are all in bad times.
And that's how I'd sum up those 40 questions. Everybody's got questions. Some cases have answers, some cases don't, and for those there is only
Indeed. Thanks Arbitrageur for your post, i always like read what you think.
edit on 30-11-2010 by RUSSO because: (no reason given)