If any UFO related event had grabbed the highest number of headlines and people’s attention, it was the Roswell UFO Incident which happened on 8th July, 1947. An alleged alien spacecraft had crashed in a ranch near Roswell in New Mexico. While the whole event was tried to be covered up by the US military and federal government as the crash of a weather balloon, there are many secrets of the Roswell alien and UFO that points towards the fact that what had crashed was nothing but an alien spacecraft.
(1) The Roswell Army Air Field or the RAAF had initially released a press release basis which the Roswell Daily Record newspaper had hit the headlines ‘RAAF captures flying saucer on ranch in Roswell region’. The news however got changed to the crashed object being a weather balloon by the next morning.
(2) On 2nd July, 1947, a UFO was seen flying northwest on the skies above Roswell in New Mexico, however, what happened to that UFO was not known to anyone. It is believed that it is the same UFO that had crashed a few days later.
(3) Rancher Mac Brazel, whose ranch was the crashing ground for the unidentified flying object had reported that the crash had happened in the first week of July, however the cover-up story said that the weather balloon had crashed on 14 June 1947. Such timing gap certainly reveals a lot about the probable cover-up attempts by the officials.
(4) In 1989, a man named Glenn Dennis claimed that his friend, who worked as a nurse at the Roswell Air base, happened to enter one of the examination rooms to discover that the doctors were bent over and examining the bodies of three creatures. As per the description of the nurse, the creatures had big bald heads, small bodies and long arms.
(5) There are many witnesses who reported of seeing a blazing aircraft high up in the sky moments before it crashed onto the ground. As per the witnesses, what crashed down certainly did not look like a weather balloon of any type.
(6) As per witness rancher Mac Brazel and Major Jesse Marcel, the debris of the crash site contained small beams that was about ¾ or ½ inch square with some sort of hieroglyphics on them that was completely undecipherable, rubber strips, tin foils and a type of tough paper with sticks and many more unidentifiable objects. The debris that was shown to the press later on did not have any of these things.
(7) If a weather balloon would have crashed in reality, there should have been long strings that would have connected the 700 feet long Project Mogul weather balloon, but in reality there was nothing like that observed in the wreck that was shown to the press, leaving question burning that was it actually a weather balloon that had crashed in the fields of Roswell.
(8) The RAAF officials had given testimonials that the spread of the debris was nothing beyond 200 yards, whereas the reality is that the debris of the crash had a spread of ¾ mile long and around 500 feet wide.
(9) The wreckage of the object that had crashed in Roswell were loaded on a B-29 fighter plane and was flown to Wright Field, which later was renamed as Wright Patterson Air force base and served as a storage ground for all UFO related contents.
(10) Apart from the crash at Roswell, there was another crash site in an area known as Plains of San Agustin that lied west of Socorro in New Mexico, where not only a damaged metallic craft was recovered, but alien dead bodies were also seen. This news was completely suppressed by the air force and they did not let it go to the press.
The Air force had tried its bets to keep the secrets of the Roswell UFO incident under covers and they had succeeded in doing so for a good period of 30 years, after which the news caught attention and started grabbing the headlines again.