May 3, 2020
Just click on the icon at the bottom of the page to download this PDF document for free. Although online it says there are 2 parts, the document that downloads from either web page downloads both Part 2 (the actual document), and Part 1 (the cover sheet) together.
This document is the most downloaded FBI document right now. I just learned about it from today's post that contained a mini-interview with Steven Greer, who mentioned that document...
Guy Hottel was from SAC, the recipient is J. Edgar Hoover, head of the FBI at that time, and the importance of the memo is that it says that the US government brought down three UFOs in New Mexico (not just one weather balloon, as the public was told), by high-powered "radar".
June 14, 1947, ranch worker William Brazel noticed crash debris
July 4, 1947, Brazel returned to pick up some of the debris
July 5, 1947, Brazel heard reports of a flying disk
July 7, 1947, Brazel mentioned to Sheriff Wilcox that he found the debris
July 7, 1947, Wilcox contacted RAAF, who arrived at the crash site and searched for debris
July 8, 1947, RAAF issued a public statement that the crash was of a weather balloon
July 8, 1947, The Sacramento Bee newspaper carried the news article
March 22, 1950, the Guy Hottel memo was sent to J. Edgar Hoover