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Did a UFO Really Land at Roswell, New Mexico?

Originally published under Ask Mr. History. Published Online: February 25, 2014 
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Question……………did a UFO really crash in Roswell, New Mexico?

Roy Arvio

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Dear Mr. Arvio,

Thanks for your vote of confidence, but pending the release of more positive information to the contrary, the official verdict remains that the crash in 1947 involved a terran-made experimental flying device.

Sincerely,

 

Jon Guttman
Research Director
Weider History Group
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2 Responses to “Did a UFO Really Land at Roswell, New Mexico?”


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    Selah says:

    UFOs don't exist.

  2. 2
    Chris K says:

    Soldiers and civilians that were traced to the Roswell Event have, in numbers, spoken with great confidence that whatever crashed in Roswell was something of such significance they were sworn to secrecy for generations.

    No soldiers and civilians traced to being at Roswell during the event have ever come forward to say that it was indeed a Project Mogul balloon, or a weather balloon. They continue to evoke a secrecy oath that dates back almost 70 years.

    Roswell is as interesting as the media makes it out to be, regardless if aliens crashed there or not.



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