This video shows us what they claim crashed on the Foster ranch, it's at 18:40, and they say.
We can now see for ourselves, the balsa and paper construction and the shiny foil like material, that mystified so many eye witnesses when
General Ramey first displayed it in 1947.
Declassified Cover-Up of the Roswell UFO Crash.
That never crashed to earth and it wasn't blown around in a storm, it couldn't have made the gouge or a large burn area on the ground. I don't
believe that's ever been out of its box before, did you see any scotch tape holding it together, or any tape with flowers or symbols of any kind?
Did you see "FRAGILE" printed in large letters on the side of the wooden box it was stored in? Fragile doesn't sound anything like the debris that
couldn't be creased, cut, dented or burned. I don't think they hit that with a sledge hammer, a toffee hammer is all they would have needed.
It's not what Ramey first displayed in 1947, judge for yourself in the video at 4:35, at 10:37, or in the photo link. At 17:00 they admitted that the
weather balloon story was a cover up, that's less than two minutes before they try to make us believe that what they're showing us at 18:40, is the
same thing Ramey showed in 1947.
The official stories were/are.
1. It was a flying saucer.
2. It was a weather balloon.
3. It was a mogul balloon.
4. The bodies were dummies.
Then they really started getting creative and added this into the mix.....
Case closed report.
They show us Viking from 1972, Voyager that was launched in 1977, Excelsior 3 from 1960. A Balloon launch from the mid 1950's, dummies that were
about twice the size of the little bodies and were not even used before 1953, and they claim it was all "Time Compression."
They're saying that people mixed up 30 years worth of events and remembered them all as happening within a couple of days in 1947. They didn't show
anything from 1947, nothing from before 1953.
Why did they show us a balloon launch from the mid 1950's? Why not show us a balloon launch from 1947? Why would they replace one balloon with
another balloon, then show us another one from years later in their video?
If everyone from Corona and Roswell in 1947 suffered from a 30 year "Time Compression", then I have to ask, what were they testing? And why is it
that the firsthand witnesses reported seeing small bodies under tarpaulins, not large bodies (dummies) in body bags?
This is not case closed, it wasn't a balloon they had stored in the big hanger. Haut didn't describe a balloon, see numbers 12 and 13 in his 2002
It was approx 12 to 15 feet in length, not quite as wide, about 6 feet high, and more of an egg shape...
(13]...a couple of bodies under a canvas tarpaulin.
Robert Porter, he did take a balloon to Fort Worth although he didn't know what it was at the time. It was wrapped up in brown paper which you can see
clearly on the floor, in the photo of Ramey and Dubose with the weather balloon. (Photo link posted above.)
One of the pieces was triangle shaped, about 2 1/2 feet across the bottom. The rest were in small packages, about the size of a shoe box. The
brown paper was held with tape.
They were still picking the stuff up at the debris field for another day after that, and then there's what was found just north of Roswell.
They flew "a balloon" from Roswell to Fort Worth, then onto Washington and then Wright Field? Why fly a balloon from Roswell to Fort Worth for a press
conference? Ramey was in Roswell at the meeting that morning where they passed around the debris, they could have held the press conference there. I
suspect they didn't want the press to see what they had in Roswell.
They needn't have bothered wrapping up the weather balloon and flying it to Fort Worth because it was also in Roswell. That's where it came from,
that's where they launched the weather balloons, Dubose said they didn't launch them at Fort Worth. Dubose was left out of the official case closed
report, his story didn't fit in with their balloon story.
A few facts about project mogul from Kevin Randle.
Brazel... said that he had found other weather balloons but this wasn't like those. Mogul, of course, was made up of weather balloons. He should
have recognized it for what it was.
This quote is from one of David Rudiak's comments at the Kevin Randle, Mogul link.
...argument that the entire ET case is based on 30 to 50 year old memories... the case for Mogul is based almost entirely on the 50 year old
memory of one man (Moore), caught lying red-handed while making his case.
Look out for those double standards, (and bad maths) whichever side of the fence you're on.
The Roswell case involves a crash site just north of Roswell, with an egg shaped pod, bodies and a live alien.
A possible touchdown site about 5 miles north of Roswell with crystallised sand, some debris and a strange black box.
The debris field in Corona with the V shaped gouge and a 500 foot long scar in the ground, and a body site to the north of there.
The crash site on the Plains of San Agustin with bodies might also be connected to the Roswell crash, and there are other possible connections to this
case. Roswell AAF wouldn't have been involved in those cases, and nobody got the full story from Barney Barnett before it was too late.
With most, if not all of the witnesses gone now and those who were there at the time not knowing what was happening at the other sites, it's almost
impossible to work out who was talking about what because they all just say it was the Roswell crash.
I don't believe they would have made this much fuss over a balloon, they wouldn't have needed so many people to identify it or do testing on it. They
wouldn't have needed armed guards to guard it or escort it anywhere, and they wouldn't have altered the records and made most of them disappear.
Tuesday afternoon July 8th was when Ramey announced it was just a weather balloon, this was the first time anyone spoke about a balloon, that was 4
or 5 days after Brazel found it. Then they held Brazel for 4 or 5 days, they wouldn't have done that over a balloon. There's so many things they
wouldn't have done if it was just a balloon.
Jesse Marcel, intelligence officer, he wouldn't have been fooled by a balloon, sticks and tin foil.
It was not anything from this earth, that I'm quite sure of.
Roswell was not a balloon.
edit on 31-12-2013 by LEL01 because: Happy New Year to you.