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“Carey and Schmitt show that good, old-fashioned investigative reporting is still alive and well.” —Cheryll Jones, former anchor, CNN News
The true nature of what actually crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 remains classified. Only a select few have ever had access to the truth about what became known as Area 51.
But what happened to the remnants of that crash is shrouded in even greater mystery. What began in the high desert of New Mexico ended at Wright-Patterson, an ultra-top-secret Air Force base in Dayton, Ohio. The physical evidence of extraterrestrial visitation was buried deep within this nuclear stronghold. How tragic that such seismic news should be kept from the people of the world . . . pieces of history, now quickly dwindling into oblivion as the last of the secret-keepers passes on.
In addition to its rich history of military service to our nation, Wright-Patterson also stands as the secret tomb of one of the greatest occurrences in recorded history. Be prepared . . . the real Area 51—Wright-Patterson‘s vault—is about to be opened.
UFO Secrets Inside Wright-Patterson is a thoroughly researched work that includes:
- New eyewitness accounts from the late Leonard Stringfield's files about the crash retrieval evidence stored at Wright-Patterson
- New testimonies from the late Emmy-award-winning TV reporter Carl Day concerning physical evidence of crashed UFOs stored in underground facilities at Wright-Patterson
- Newly discovered Project Blue Book files from Wright-Patterson including photos and Air Force investigations of UFOs.
From the Publisher
Wright-Patterson the Real Area 51
Wright-Patterson AFB is the location of ongoing research projects at the forefront of advanced aircraft studies and serves as the focal point of investigations into UFOs. Few are aware they maintain the U.S. government’s official investigation of UFO phenomenon from 1947 – 1969. They test and reverse-engineer all materials foreign and from space. Whatever crashed outside Roswell fell under their purview. It’s a documented that the “debris” from New Mexico was sent here, demonstrating it qualified as either foreign or from space. This investigation demonstrates which of the two has the most supporting evidence.
The 1947 event required the most secret facility our military had and Wright-Patterson wrote the book on the question, “What makes something fly?”
Why was it sent here for identification and analysis if it was only a weather balloon device made with common materials? By the time you read this book there will remain little doubt what the true answer to that perplexing question is.
This story is too big and too important to relegate to the cold, abandoned warehouse of forgotten history. The real Area 51—Wright-Patterson‘s vault—is about to be opened.
Hangar 18, A case of mistaken identity?
What does the statement there is no Hangar 18 mean?
No alien presence on the Wright-Patterson base or word games meant to disguise that presence?
The answer is the Office of Public Information at Wright-Patterson are correct when they tell people there is no Hangar 18— and never was one. What they do know, but don’t tell questioners, is that there is a Building 18 on the base, and they know this is the building that is in question. Not only is there a Building 18, but there are also Buildings 18A, 18B, 18C, 18D, 18E, 18F, and 18G, all of which are known as the Building 18 Complex. Standing right next door to Hangar 18 Building 18, ominously connected to it above and below ground level, is a hangar. Hangar 23, to be exact.
The roots of the Hangar 18 legend can be traced back to the 1947 Roswell incident that allegedly involved the crash and recovery of a craft and crew from another world.
Men from Mars, Aliens on ice?
It should be clear from these testimonies that, in addition to physical crash wreckage, bodies from another world were brought to and stored at Wright-Patterson, beginning with the Roswell crash in July of 1947. The evidence suggests that the bodies were preserved in clear containers in a state of cryogenic suspension by some combination of low temperature (“on ice”) and cryogenic gas or solution. At least some of the bodies still continued to emit a foul odor, even under these conditions, which was first noted before the bodies left Roswell. No doubt the bodies were stored in Wright-Patterson’s AeroMedical facility, at least during the time that they were under examination and dissection. Long-term storage was at another location on the base. Are they still there?
Testimonies from Operation Paperclip
German rocket scientist Wernher Von Braun had firsthand knowledge of the Roswell crash and states in 1959, “We find ourselves faced by powers which are far stronger than we had hitherto assumed, and whose base of operation is at present unknown to us.” It should be pointed out here that White Sands Missile Range, near Alamogordo, New Mexico, where early rocket development and testing were carried out, was just a short flight from Roswell and the 1947 UFO crash site. His presence at Wright-Patterson, as well as that of other Paperclip Germans, has also been confirmed. According to Crain, the reality of UFOs and crashes was common knowledge among the scientists and engineers at Wright-Patterson. “It was a matter of fact. I mean they talked like everybody knew it; that they were crashing . . . they said that there was no doubt about there being a, you know, a flying saucer— whatever you want to call them— there was no doubt about that.”
Project Stork, the secret project that never existed
On the surface, the mission of Project Stork was to determine the capabilities of the Soviet Union in a technological confrontation. The obvious question is: why would ATIC at Wright-Patterson enroll Battelle in such a study, which was clearly outside their purview? Simply stated, Project Stork was a funding vehicle for something outside of the public domain. After all, the project was classified Top Secret, which even prevented most military officers from having any knowledge of its existence. As far as military historians are concerned, despite the UFO cases that were cataloged by the secret study, the project never existed.
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