On 2nd July 1947 there was a crash in the dessert of the Lincoln County. 30 miles South-East of Corona and 75 miles North-West of Roswell, New Mexico. It was on a stormy night that Rancher Mac Brazel woke to the sound of an explosion. Thinking it was probably just Lightning he went back to sleep. The next morning the Ranch owner went to investigate his ranch to find out what had caused the bang. Thinking it was just the Storm from the Night before, he was shocked to discover that there had been a crash.
On the 4th of July 1947 Brazel gathered up some of the wreckage. He had decided that when he was next in town he would visit the Roswell Sheriff, George Wilcox.
The following Monday (7th July) Brazel took the long trip down to Roswell. He needed to buy some Wool from town, So went to see the Sheriff while he was there. The Sheriff immediately made a call to the 509th Bomb Wing of the Roswell Army Air-force Base to see if they had lost any aircraft. Major Jesse Marcel and Sheridan Cavitt of Counter Intelligence Corps were sent to the Ranch to investigate. Marcel and Cavitt loaded there truck with as much of the Debris as possible and headed back to the Air-force Base. Not to long after, the troops arrived and the Ranch was Cordoned off. Nobody was aloud to go near the site until all debris had been cleared up and taken away. Even Mac Brazel, the Ranch owner was asked to keep away from the area.
By the 8th of July Mr Marcel and the wreckage had been flown to the Fort Worth headquarters of 8th Air-force. This was the same day the Public first heard about the Crash. It was Headlined in the Roswell evening paper the "Daily Record". It stated "RAAF CAPTURES FLYING SAUCER ON RANCH IN ROSWELL REGION". Under the orders of Col William Blanchard himself, Lt Walter Haut of the RAAF was sent to the official press release. He stated that the object which crashed was 'unknown'. Only hours later Lt Walter Haut was made to change his story saying that what crashed in the Ranch was infact a Weather Balloon. General Ramey gave a statement on the radio denying any connection with Flying Saucers. He stated "There is no such gadget known to the Army". The daily record released the following paper with the headlines "RAMEY EMPTIES ROSWELL SAUCER". This story has stuck 'officially' ever since. At the time Brazel was asked to do an interview for the radio. He stated "I am sure what I found was not any weather balloon. But if I find anything else besides a bomb they are going to have a hard time getting me to say anything about it". Previous to this crash, Mac Brazel had already had two weather balloon crashes on his property, so it's likely he would of recognized if this was the same thing. Shortly after being interviewed, Brazel disappeared. Its thought that he had been held incommunicado or at a Jail in the Air-force base for between 2 days and a week after the interview.
In 1970 Public interest was started up again after Robert Carr issued a statement claiming that a Saucer had also crashed near Aztec, NM as well as the original one near Roswell. This would mean there were in fact 2 crashes that day. In 1978 Stanton Freidman and William L Moore rediscovered some Roswell reports. Amazingly they managed to track down Major Jesse Marcel. Marcel admitted that the material he was photographed with for the News Paper was different than what had Crashed. He stated that what he used for the photograph was Flimsy and Fragile. But what he had found at the crash site was like "nothing made on Earth". What he had seen resisted attacks from Lighters, Blowtorch and Sledgehammers. It could not even be cut or torn. From bits and pieces of information Friedman and Moore were able to piece together a possible flight path for the UFO. It came from the South-East of Roswell, where it got damaged over Brazels Ranch and Shred Debris. It then carried on West where it crashed in the dessert on the plains of St Agustin. Some witnesses claim that there were two crafts which crashed that day. With a total of 8 bodies. 1 or 2 even still alive.
With all those little bodies in the area, Mortician Glenn Dennis received a phone call from the Roswell Army Airbase. This is his report: In July 1947, I was a mortician, working for the Ballard Funeral Home in Roswell, which had a contract to provide mortuary services for the Roswell Army Air Field. One afternoon, around 1:15 or 1:30, I received a call from the base mortuary officer who asked what was the smallest size hermetically sealed casket that we had in stock. He said, "We need to know this in case something comes up in the future." He asked how long it would take to get one, and I assured him I could get one for him the following day. He said he would call back if they needed one.About 45 minutes to an hour later, he called back and asked me to describe the preparation for bodies that had been lying out on the desert for a period of time. Before I could answer, he said he specifically wanted to know what effect the preparation procedures would have on the body's chemical compounds, blood and tissues. I explained that our chemicals were mainly strong solutions of formaldehyde and water, and that the procedure would probably alter the body's chemical composition. I offered to come out to the base to assist with any problem he might have, but he reiterated that the information was for future use. I suggested that if he had such a situation that I would try to freeze the body in dry ice for storage and transportation.Approximately a hour or an hour and 15 minutes later, I got a call to transport a serviceman who had a laceration on his head and perhaps a fractured nose. I gave him first aid and drove him out to the base. I got there around 5:00 PM. Once Glenn Dennis arrived at the Airbase he was treated oddly. He was confronted by a Captain and a Sergeant and given threats. It was this same night that Glenn Dennis met a mysterious nurse who worked at the airbase. Her name was Naomi Maria Selff. She claimed that she went into a room for some supplies and noticed 2 unfamiliar doctors performing an autopsy on three strange looking creatures. As she was about to leave the room, Naomi was asked to stay and take notes. She described to Glenn Dennis that two of the creatures were mangled. They had large heads and Large eyes which were set back. 4 fingers on each hand but no thumbs. Each finger had a small suction cup on the tip. There were two canals for the ears. After discussing what she saw, Dennis drove the young Nurse back to her quarters. In the next few days Dennis tried to contact the nurse several times with no luck. He later received a letter stating that she had been transferred to London, England and left her new APO address for him. He wrote to her but his letters came back stating DECEASED. He later found out she had been involved in a Air crash and killed. The strange thing is that there are no such records stating any plane crash ever happened.
A few people have tried to discredit Glenn Dennis' story saying a few things don't add up. One example is that there is apparently no records of a Nurse under the name of Naomi Maia Selff. None of the nurses fitted the description Dennis gave. Some things however do add up. One man remembers a Nurse of Naomi's description and other people remember Dennis talking about what had happened at the Hospital before any public knowledge of the Roswell crash.
Its rumored that once the Roswell incident became popular, the debris and bodies were flown over to other military bases and are now living in FT, TX and OH.
In 1997 the official "Case Closed" report mentions that the bodies found around one of the crash sites were actually dummies. But hang on a minute ..... Why would the Government need dummies in a Weather Balloon?If the Roswell crash really was a weather balloon, whats with all the secrecy? What exactly does Area 51 have to do with the Roswell incident? Why are the public unable to access it?
One things for certain ..... Something strange happened on the day of 2nd July 1947. WHAT IS THE BIG SECRET?
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