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redphoenix
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February 15, 2017 - 11:52 am
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What do you folks think of the idea of the Roswell incident being classified as debunked?

Checking out the Wikipedia article, Wikipedia on Roswell, they seem to have it pretty open-and-closed case of being a weather balloon, under the guise of Project Mogul.

However, I'm currently reading the book "Witness to Roswell"; which has a signed affidavit from one of the Air Force Workers in his old age, concerning the wreakage.

The Wikipedia article seems to chalk the affidavit as fake, as the man would be too elderly and senile to recount a whole affidavit.

 

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I honestly don't have an opinion either way, I will say though, with my experience in this field -- the Wikipedia article seems to forget quite a bit about the Roswell incident, and I would not judge the case on that alone.

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You'll have to pardon me if I'm grave-digging an old thread(s), though here are some quick tidbits.

1) The Roswell incident  occurred shortly after the atomic testings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

2) If indeed the incident was a weather balloon (Project Mogul), the US army would INDEED have every reason to make up whatever B.S. story (no matter how far fetched), due to the fact that they would not want the wrong eyes and ears (in this case, foreign intel) learning of their endeavors.

 

Yet so many accounts, from so many people recall seeing bodies at the crash site...

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For me a big part of the Roswell issue is that no one will believe anything that isn't aliens, a crash ship with bodies etc. I want it to be true because it's considered one of the main events in Ufology. There's so many theories even with it being a UFO so if it is true finding out how will be a task in itself.

What if it were true?

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So what gets me is that you would have to say that the people in charge couldn't tell the difference between a balloon and something they couldn't explain at the time. Remember this was the ONLY Atomic Bomb Airfield in the world at the time, so these were smart people who worked there.

The sequence of events was triggered by the crash of a Project Mogul balloon near Roswell.[1] On July 8, 1947, the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) public information officer Walter Haut, issued a press release stating that personnel from the field's 509th Operations Group had recovered a "flying disc", which had crashed on a ranch near Roswell.

Jessie Marcel brought home pieces of what was found and his son to this day says it was NOT any type of a balloon, and he did as well in an interview before he died. I don't know what REALLY was found balloon story makes NO SENSE to me whatsoever !!!

Have you ever read about Project Serpo ? I read it many times and , done a lot of research on it. While  a lot of it does seem far fetched what if even just 10% of it is true? Like the part about Roswell?

http://www.serpo.org 

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