by Kevin Randle
In Roswell, New Mexico, in early July 1947, something strange happened. Something crashed. Col.William Blanchard of the Roswell Army Air Field told Lt.Walter Haut, the Public Information Officer, to alert the local media. Haut produced a short press release that said that members of the 509th Bomb Group, there in Roswell, had recovered the wreckage of a flying saucer. Haut took the press release into town, delivered it to both newspapers and radio stations, and then went home for lunch.
Hours later Brig. Gen. Roger Ramey, photographed in front of some debris in his office at Eighth Air Force Headquarters, said that all the excitement was unwarranted. Nothing had been found but a weather balloon.
Today, we know better.We have solid eyewitness testimony from reliable sources who can prove they were in Roswell at the time of the incident. They were in a position to know what was happening and they have confirmed many of our suspicions. Now we need to finish the job, prove exactly what crashed in the New Mexico desert, and let the world in on the greatest secret of the last thousand years.
About the Author
Kevin Randle is a full-time writer who has published more than 100 books of fiction and nonfiction. He is a former Army helicopter pilot and Air Force intelligence officer who has four college degrees including a Ph.D. in Psychology. He has traveled the United States for more than 30 years, interviewing witnesses, investigating sightings, and searching for the answers that have eluded so many. Randle is considered one of the top UFO investigators in the world, and his research into the Roswell UFO crash has been one of the major catalysts in bringing the case into the prominence it enjoys today