The Roswell Incident

In this first post on our blog, we will discuss the events that unraveled at Roswell, New Mexico back in 1947 and how it changed Americans views on Aliens.

There is a famous incident in the USA from 1947 that many believe to be an episode of a crashed alien spaceship, while the government maintains that it was only a wrecked weather balloon, the Roswell incident (UFO Crash).

According to public history, one or more foreign ships with crew crashed outside the town Roswell in New Mexico in 1947. There are several versions of the history that point to more than one accident over a period in this area, and these versions seem to have been blended in the history currently told. I know a guy over at gutter cleaner Atlanta that had ties to this incident with distant family members. According to the history, some civilians saw the crashed vehicles and dead alien beings inside the ship. They reported it to the authorities, and a military unit came and transported the material away to a nearby base. At the core one also performed autopsies of the alien beings, an event that was witnessed by several persons.

The military at first issued a public report that an alien ship with crew had crashed, but soon after that this report was withdrawn. And after several attempts of explaining the incident away, the authorities stuck to a dummy explanation about the crash of a weather balloon. It is evident that something more complicated and much more interesting than the crash of a weather balloon had occurred. The number of independent witnesses telling detailed accounts, including descriptions of advanced technology, and the original news bulletin from the military clearly show that something quite extraordinary had happened. But the crashed object was probably not an alien spaceship, Here is the most probable explanation:

The capsule was lifted so high up in the sky as possible, to the near edge of space itself with balloons. It is even possible that they were lifted even further with rocket motors around the brink of the capsule. Then the capsules were let fall and descend to ground in parachutes.

During this flight, the physical and mental reactions of the individuals were monitored to get experimental data about the human responses to flight in space, and it was the plan to examine them thoroughly after landing. It is probable that several more such experiments with involuntary children or teens conducted, that happened to be successful, and that one managed to keep secret.

For the crashed capsule the experiments went wrong because the capsule got astray and hit since the parachutes did not work well either. Some civilians found the hit and partially destroyed tablets with the humans inside and taken care of by military troops that were not aware of these secret experiments. They thought they had found a crashed alien spaceship with a foreigner crew. The dwarf-like anatomy of the human Guiana pigs added to that confusion. The part of the military that took care of the material in the first place sent out a public announcement that a crashed spaceship with aliens had been retrieved and even performed autopsies of the supposed crew.

But after a while, the misunderstanding was discovered, and the units responsible for the experiments took over. Then they sent out several versions of denial and dummy explanations as part of the cover-up. The model account they at last settled upon is that of a crashed weather balloon,

Also, the American space program did not begin from scratch but was built upon a former German rocket engineering program conducted by the Nazi regime, which makes it probable that experimental space capsules were made ready for the test already in 1947, and the capsules used might even have been retrieved from Germany. The scientists participating and leading the American program were also for the most parts German scientists relocated to the USA by the Paper Clip ordeal. It seems probable that these scientists would perpetrate their routine of using involuntary human Guiana pigs.