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Two of the world’s leading investigators declare definitively that the Roswell Incident happen and present their closing arguments.
For more than 70 years, the crash at Roswell and its ensuing controversies and cover-ups have been investigated and yet despite continually mounting evidence there are still disbilievers. Roswell: The Ultimate Cold Case is Carey and Schmitt’s final and commanding word on the case in which they declare victory once and for all.
The government has changed their official story on Roswell more than a dozen times, but the witnesses have not recanted. The evidence has not gone away. And won’t go away. The Roswell Incident is the most hotly debated and investigated UFO crashed in history with a never seeming end of evidence of eyewitness coming forward even years later. Finally, late in life people feel safe enough or feel a duty bound to reveal what they know, saw, and heard.
Roswell: The Ultimate Cold Case will bring all new exclusive eye witness testimonies to light as well as cover the:
- Connection of astronauts Edgar Mitchell and Neil Armstrong to Roswell.
- Connection of Clinton, Carter, Goldwater, Schiff, and Richardson to Roswell.
- First time artist conception of impact site with craft and bodies based on firsthand testimony.
- First time full-size model of crash survivor based on eyewitness testimony.
- And more eyewitness corroboration….
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The Ultimate Cold Case File
In the late hours of July 2, 1947, something crashed to Earth in the high desert of east-central New Mexico during one of those severe thunder and lightning storms that occurs in the region every year during “monsoon season.” A few days later, the US Army Air Forces (as the US Air Force was called from 1942 until late 1947) electrified a nation and the world by issuing a press release announcing that its 509th Bomb Group at Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF), located just south of the dusty New Mexico town of Roswell, had “captured” a flying saucer that had crashed nearby. Within hours, however, a press conference was hastily convened at Eighth Air Force headquarters in Fort Worth, Texas, to announce that it was all a big mistake. The flying saucer was nothing more than a misidentified weather balloon! The press immediately lost interest, and the story quickly died. Outside of the occasional rumor, the story was forgotten and remained buried for the next thirty-one years.
Roswell: The Undeniable Truths
it was revealed that members of the US military, under direct orders from superior officers and government officials, resorted to physical threats of violence and the elimination of American citizens. Children were terrorized within the safety of their homes and parents were warned that lethal force would be exercised against their families, all to ensure their full cooperation in maintaining their silence pertaining to the events of 1947. Military personnel, both men and women, were subsequently warned of the consequences of speaking out about this situation and were threatened with lifetime imprisonment. Is it any wonder that so many chose never to tell the true nature of the crash and subsequent events that followed? Most took it to their graves.
Imagine a truth as monumental as the crash of a ship and crew from off planet Earth and then having it forever lost with your own passing. That truth alone is a story in itself . . .
Covering Up the Story of the Millennium
A three-pronged approach was decided upon to achieve the goal of making the crash story go away: (1) destroy it in the mainstream press, (2) secure the silence of the military who participated in the crash/recovery, and (3) enforce the silence of civilians who were eyewitnesses of the crash wreckage and/or especially the alien bodies. It was agreed that the place to start ending the flying saucer crash story was by targeting the national press corps, where it all started. Enter General Ramey and the weather balloon.
Photo Detail: General Roger Ramey [kneeling] and his adjutant, Colonel Thomas DuBose (sitting), announce to the press on July 8, 1947 that the “crash” was not that of a “flying saucer” but that of a “weather balloon” pictured on the floor of Ramey’s office. Courtesy of Special Collections, University of Texas at Arlington Library.
General Exon’s Experience
General Exon’s experience with the recovered Roswell remnants wasn’t limited to the work at Wright Field either. A number of months later, he told us, he flew over central New Mexico and checked out the crash site he heard about while stationed in Ohio. “[It was] probably part of the same accident,” he said, “but [there were] two distinct sites. [At] the northwest [site], pieces found on the [Foster] ranch, those pieces were mostly metal.” The general also confirmed having seen the gouge that others had reported. Exon said, “I remember auto tracks leading to the pivotal sites and obvious gouges in the terrain. There was another location where . . . apparently the main body of the spacecraft was . . . where they did say there were bodies.”9