I know Jesse Marcel's grand daughter and have seen most of the incriminating government documents. I have also seen first hand how the government covered everything up. I never beleived the "Roswell Incident" until I got to know her and her family's history. In fact, we are doing a TV special for the Discovery Channel on the 50th Anniversary of the Roswell Incident. The American people have no idea how bad it really was, and how deep this tangled web has been woven. If they did, there would be mass hysteria. I do agree that people have the right to know the truth, even if it is horrific, but knowing what I know, ignorance is definately BLISS.
On the special, we will be revealing all new evidence and interviewing people who have never spoken since the incident happened 50 years ago! I came across this website while doing research and thought I would give a shameless plub. Pretty soon, people will realize that everything they have heard about Roswell is true!
Do us a favor and read Renato Vesco's book, "Intercept UFO". He was a PhD in Aeronautical Engineering, and he outlines the technology used in these nuts&bolts MAN-MADE fighters.
The only thing you have proof of at Roswell is that something DID crash, but it's not from aliens, it's from our own well-heeled engineers. Impossible, you say? Then read the book!
Look who's talking about malnourished fiction! Now tell us, Kevin, how do you know the outcome of a show that hasn't aired?
>>>Do us a favor and read Renato Vesco's book, "Intercept UFO". He was a PhD in Aeronautical Engineering, and he outlines the technology used in these nuts&bolts MAN-MADE fighters.<<<
Do yourself a favor and read Paul Hill's book, "Unconventional Flying Objects," Hampton Roads Publ. Co., Charlottesville, VA, 1995 (ISBN 1-57174-027-9.) BTW, Paul Hill was a Chief Scientist-Manager at NASA's Langley Research Center, until his retirement in 1970. He recently passed away and his book was published after his death.
>>>The only thing you have proof of at Roswell is that something DID crash, but it's not from aliens, it's from our own well-heeled engineers. Impossible, you say? Then read the book!<<<
According to the 1994 Air Force report on the Roswell incident, the only thing that could have possibly crashed near Roswell in July 1947 was a Mogul balloon train with attached Rawin radar target arrays. By their own admission, they have unwittingly eliminated all other conventional scenarios. Unfortunately, their version of events falls apart on close examination.
They DID NOT find any documentation or hard physical evidence, such as the original Mogul balloon material, which conclusively links the Roswell crash to the Mogul experiments.
Their June 4 date for the balloon launch that was supposedly found by Mac Brazel was only vaguely remembered by the surviving balloon engineer, Prof. C.B. Moore. It was not even logged, although other failed launches were. There is even the strong possibility that this June 4 launch didn't even carry Rawin targets, thus eliminating the possibility that the "foil-like" debris found by Brazel at the Foster Ranch could have come from Mogul. Also, the Army Air Force originally claimed the launch occurred on June 14, which meshed with Brazel's "testimony" after he was debriefed by military personnel.
Balloon material left in the sun for over 30 days (6/4/47 to 7/8/47) would have deteriorated to a black, flaky mess, according to Moore. The pictures of the "debris" taken in Ramey's office showed only minimal deterioration.
No firsthand witness described seeing twine, rope or cable at the debris field, although Mogul balloon trains were regular weather balloons tied together in 600ft long assemblies.
Brig. Gen. Dubose, who was present at Ramey's office in 1947, and was not interviewed by the Air Force for their report, has been quoted as saying, "...it was a cover story, the balloon part of it."
I could go on and on about the deficiencies in the 1994 Air Force report, but I'll stop for now.
As for the upcoming book that will be published by the GPO that allegedly links the Roswell incident to Fugo Balloons and lifting body aircraft, ("The Roswell Report- Solved" by James McAndrew, an Air Force researcher who helped with the 1994 Air Force report,) I remain unconvinced and await it's release.