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Roswell Alien: More than just a myth! – This is the most famous UFO story

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Roswell Alien: More than just a myth! - This is the most famous UFO story

Was it the greatest discovery on our planet? Or the most well-designed disguise in history or just a well-crafted prank? Most likely we will never learn about a business for which there are no “easy” answers.

The wreckage discovered in July 1947 near Roswell, New Mexico, was to mark one of the greatest mysteries of the modern world.

The recovery of this material has been the subject of intense gossip and controversy. It is no coincidence that there are completely different versions of what really happened, while the controversy has been intense over which evidence is ultimately acceptable and which is not.

The first official announcement of the army referred to a “flying saucer”, but then the specific object was turned into … a top-secret research balloon. This in fact made many supporters of UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) talk about the biggest cover-up operation in the history of our planet.

Roswell's incident is now known worldwide and for many people is synonymous with UFOs. It is considered as one of the most publicized UFO incidents.

The chronicle and the official version

On July 7, 1947, a farmer discovered some strange debris on his ranch in New Mexico and enlisted the help of the authorities. A research team from the neighboring Roswell Military Base was sent to study and collect the wreckage, led by Lieutenant Jesse Marcel.

The lieutenant, Walter Hot, was the spokesman for the 509th Combat Wing, which encamped at Roswell. Therefore, he was the one who, following a relevant order from Colonel Blanchard, issued the historic Press Release, which states, among other things: “The intense gossip about the flying saucers came true yesterday, when the officer in charge of the 509th Battle Wing “Or he was lucky enough to have access to a flying saucer.”

Roswell Alien: More than just a myth! - This is the most famous UFO story

Jesse Marcel (right) and his research team look at the wreckageYoutube

The U.S. Air Force's admission that it had pulled a flying saucer, as was normal, made the rounds of the world in a matter of hours, forcing it to rebuild what it initially claimed. Somehow the “flying saucer” became … a meteorological balloon. The … evil, however, had happened and as Hot had stated in the Denver Post: “When this (see Press Release) came out in the news, the world was more or less over, as far as I was concerned, of course. “My phone rang and rang and rang.”

Hot, in fact, was called upon to say a completely different version of the new Press Release, resulting in being targeted by the US press. There was talk of an experimental meteorological balloon at high altitude and not in UFOs, as a result of which it received a lot of criticism and eventually developed into an object of ridicule. He kept his mouth shut while he was an acting officer, but would later feed the conspiracy theorists with what he revealed.

Lieutenant Hot was involved in what became known as the “Roswell Extraterrestrials” incident, but he remained steadfast in his assertion that “by no means” did the high-ranking officers handling the case, Jesse Marcel, they would confuse an earthly meteorological device with an alien spaceship.

Roswell Alien: More than just a myth! - This is the most famous UFO story

Walter Hot, who wrote the historic Press ReleaseAP Images “Not made by human hands”

Some time ago, the family of Lieutenant Marcel, who was also in charge of the investigation, revealed that there is a diary from that time. According to the written material, Mac Brasel located the wreckage on July 3, 1947 and it was scattered in a large radius near the country road.

The specific farmer was the one who informed the local sheriff, who in turn addressed the neighboring air base. Brazel had also told the media that the wreckage was made of paper materials and wrapped in glossy foil, while there was a piece of light wood and plastic.

Some time ago, the family of Lieutenant Marcel, who was also in charge of the investigation, revealed that there is a diary from that time. According to the written material, Mac Brasel located the wreckage on July 3, 1947 and it was scattered in a large radius near the country road.

The specific farmer was the one who informed the local sheriff, who in turn addressed the neighboring air base. Brazel had also told the media that the wreckage was made of paper materials and wrapped in glossy foil, while there was a piece of light wood and plastic.

Also, Marcel's grandson, Jesse, now claims that his grandfather “examined the indestructible debris in the field and concluded that it was not made by human hands.” In fact, the diary is harmonized with the first official version, but it is not clear whether it is authentic. Here it is worth noting that the diary is written in a coded language, which only Marcel knew, which for many is proof that it contains information that not everyone wanted to know.

It was also the lieutenant colonel who brought Roswell's incident back to the forefront, which had been virtually forgotten. Thirty years later, however, Marcel made it clear in an interview that the incident was being covered up.

Of particular importance is the testimony of fighter pilot Kenneth Arnold, who just a few weeks before the Roswell incident reported an encounter in the air with mysterious objects, which he described as “white spheres leaping like flying saucers”.

Former CIA agent Ben Smith, who is involved in the Roswell mystery, said: “The government claimed they had retrieved a UFO, they issued a statement about it. No other government in the world has said “we found a spaceship” and the next day there is suddenly a new press release saying “don't worry, it was just a meteorological balloon”.

Roswell Alien: More than just a myth! - This is the most famous UFO story

Former CIA agent Ben Smith, who deals with the mystery of Roswellwearethemighty.comBusiness … decryption

Both Hot and Marcel changed their deposits several times. In fact, the second one appears in photos, where it is next to pieces of an object that is actually a high altitude meteorological balloon. Anyway, an important part of the story is the secret diary that emerged at the end of 2020.

Deciphering it can reveal a lot of information about the Roswell incident, as it will shed more light and give a direction. The History Channel has undertaken to examine it and in fact its editors have promised that it will proceed to reveal it in the documentary “Roswell: The First Witness”.

It is worth noting, after all, that public opinion has formed an opinion from the way the local newspaper Roswell Daily Record reported it on 8/7/1947. That issue did not include the Hot Press Release, but Jesse Marcel's statements. “The information office of the 509th Combat Wing at Roswell Air Base announced today at noon that the base is in possession of a Flying Disc,” the newspaper said.

“You may be the first person to see an alien inscription”

It is worth mentioning that Marcel was not a random official, but a well-known and brilliant soldier. He even played an active role in the atomic bombs dropped by the Americans on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, but also in the nuclear tests on Bikini Atoll. In short, he knew what he saw.

Marcel died on June 24, 1986, but the story remains alive through his grandchildren, Jesse and John, who even claimed that their grandfather had never changed his testimony, but was forced to deny what he actually saw! “He was made the scapegoat,” Jesse said. “He was the head of intelligence in Roswell, New Mexico, and he followed orders.”

Roswell Alien: More than just a myth! - This is the most famous UFO story

Marcel grandchildren John (left) and Jesse (right) History Channel

In fact, the two grandchildren also revealed some interesting stories, such as that Marcel tried to drill one of the pieces, but not only did he not succeed, but the drill broke! They also claimed that he took a piece to his house, with Jesse and John's father describing to them: “He was flashing and saw a purple light inside, with a seal symbol”, while in the continuation of the story, he stated that: My grandfather said, “You may be the first person on Earth to see an alien inscription.”

The secret diaries were passed from grandfather to father and are now in the possession of his grandchildren. But no one can understand what the characters say. One of the people who have seen it is Ben Smith, who analyzes it with his team. “There are gaps in the diary that are not clear, but it may be a secret code… I look at it in a neutral way. “I want to unravel the truth behind the myth,” said the former CIA agent, adding that “if I had believed there was no more in this story, I would not have been involved.” His research has been ongoing for a year.

They saw something alive …

Decades later, Hot had said he saw both the alien craft and the alien corpses! “I think it was an extremely well-designed cover-up,” he made it clear in 1997, referring to the … corrective Press Release.

In the last years of his life, he fought to shed light on the case, while in 2002 he signed an affidavit, in which he described in great detail his … encounter with both the alien ship and the corpses of the creatures with the large heads. After his death in 2007, a book was published based on his revelations, which spoke of “the majestic cover of 60 years”.

Marcel, for his part, never said he saw it with his own eyes, but in an interview 30 years later, he said there were several flying saucer crashes at the time. In fact, as he stated, “officers told me that they saw something alive or something that was once alive.”

Roswell Alien: More than just a myth! - This is the most famous UFO story

The Roswell Daily Record of July 8, 1947, publishes the “Flying Disc” recovery Wikipedia

Of course, at the time when Hot still claimed that he did not know anything, Hot said that “I had not heard about it until Jess (s.s. Marcel) was thrown to the sheds”, to add: “It was something he did not have never seen and did not believe he was from this planet. I trust his judgment and knowledge. “I think there is a huge cover here.”

Also in the affidavit he was called to give in 1993, he had underlined: “I believe that Colonel Blanchard saw the material, because he seemed sure of what that material was. There is no way he could have confused it with a meteorological balloon! “There is no way that Marcel Marcel was so wrong.”

The only thing for sure is that such an experienced official as Jesse Marcel knew how to keep secrets. Therefore, no one can say for sure what he had seen …


Source: www.newsbomb.com.cy

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