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According to Annie Jacobsen, the reporter who authored "Area 51," the spaceship was actually a Soviet spy plane that came down during a storm. Jacobsen claims it was filled with bizarre, genetically engineered child-sized pilots. Then-Soviet leader Joseph Stalin was hoping, Jacobsen alleges, that the new cause widespread panic in the U.S.
Then how come the government of USA didn't just come out and tell everyone, oh yeah it was a craft and it was from Russia or whoever else???
There a holes in this story large enough to drive several large trucks through, but I won't point them out until everyone else has had time to read the book.
Originally posted by Spinster
reply to post by Allred5923
No Allred i havnt read the book, theres so many out their on roswell with wild theorys on what happened that as you said, its become a giant cash cow for authors, i dont think it would contain any facts or new information. But if you buy it let me know if its worth a read
Area 51 is not a location as much as it is a theory in fantasy. It is the Excalibur of ufologists and conspiracy theorists. It is the Holy Grail of those that want to believe that we are not alone in the universe. I cannot blame the government not wanting a propagandized theory associated with a military base, or any other location that it protects.