An Ex-Air Base Worker Has Made Astonishing Claims About A Military Cover-Up Of The Roswell Incident

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Image: Rogerd
Image: Rogerd

It was the summer of 1947 when perhaps the most controversial of all UFO incidents took place – at a ranch not far from Roswell, New Mexico. Indeed, the intrigue surrounding this event continues to this day, more than 70 years later. Some regard the Roswell incident as a subject for conspiracy cranks. Others, however, see it as evidence that the U.S. government has secrets it wants to keep from its own populace.

Image: Phil Campbell
Image: Phil Campbell

The actual events that unfolded around Roswell in those summer weeks of 1947 are somewhat murky, to say the least. What’s more established, though, is this. The whole thing appears to have started when one William Brazel, a farmhand foreman at the Foster Ranch near Roswell, found some unidentified wreckage about 30 miles north of the town.

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Image: Roswell Daily Record
Image: Roswell Daily Record

The July 8, 1947, edition of the Roswell Daily Record ran with the front page headline “RAAF Captures Flying Saucer On Ranch in Roswell Region.” The RAAF was the Roswell Army Air Field, which certainly did exist in 1947. Indeed, it’s still there today, albeit renamed the Walker Air Force Base. And the RAAF had issued a press release about the so-called “disc” that Brazel had found.

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