Thursday, October 19, 2017
Roswell: Do We Know More Than The Government?
That's the title of a new article from me, which starts as follows (and which you can find here):
That may sound like a strange – even bizarre – question to ask. But, stay with me. There’s absolutely no doubt that something very strange happened on the Foster Ranch, Lincoln County, New Mexico in the summer of 1947. There is intriguing witness testimony which supports the idea that people were warned not to talk about what they knew – as in ever. There were, allegedly, death threats made too. Tales even exist of people being murdered to prevent the truth of Roswell from surfacing outside of the secret world of government. But, that was then – seventy years ago. What about now? That’s the important question. It’s a question which gets to the heart of the title of this article.
Whenever elements of the U.S. Government, such as the GAO (the Government Accountability Office) or the Air Force have anything to say about Roswell, Ufologists typically scream “Lies!” “Disinformation!” I saw this, and still remember it, when back in the 1990s the Air Force published its reports on Roswell. One surfaced in 1994 and was soon followed by a massive report in excess of 1,000 pages in length. The Air Force concluded that, most likely, what came down on the Foster Ranch was a huge “Mogul” balloon array, designed to monitor for early Soviet atomic bomb tests. Then, in July 1997 – which was the 50th anniversary of Roswell – the Air Force published another report on Roswell. This one was on the controversial matter of the bodies found at Roswell – which the Air Force suggested were probably crash-test dummies. Ufology was in a state of uproar, pointing figures at what it considered to be a bunch of liars. But, those same ufologists were wrong.