The Initial Reports of a UFO Crash:
In July of 1947 the news of the recovery
of a crashed UFO and alien bodies in Roswell New Mexico stunned the
world. The initial headlines blared “RAAF Captures Flying Saucer on
Ranch in Roswell Region” and "Possession of a "flying disk" was
disclosed today by the Intelligence Office of the 509th Bomb Group of
Roswell Army Air Base."
Initially the military public relations office issued a press release
that began: "The many rumors regarding the flying disc became a reality
yesterday when the intelligence officer of the 509th Bomb Group of the
Eighth Air Force, Roswell Army Air Field, was fortunate enough to gain
possession of a disc."
In initial interviews key on site
witnesses from the military provided statements that the materials
recovered from the wreckage were wafer thin and unusually light weight
yet incredibly strong. It was observed that the metal like material
could not be cut or burned.
The Weather Balloon Cover Story:
As history relates, within the next 24 hours the military dramatically
changed the story to say that it was a case of mistaken identity, and
that the object recovered was really a crashed weather-balloon.
For the last 60 years the military and the
US Government have held to the story that the crash was nothing more
than a weather balloon. Contradictory eyewitness reports, and the
alleged suppression of information have spawned intense speculation,
controversy and independent research . . . now a death bed sworn
affidavit states that it was indeed a UFO crash site.
The Sworn Affidavit Released in June 2007:
In 1947 Lt Walter Haut was the
Public-Relations Officer at the Army Air base in Roswell New Mexico. He
was the individual who issued the original press release and the
subsequent ‘changed’ press release on the orders of his superiors.
Walter Haut passed away in December of
2005 leaving a “Sworn Affidavit” to be opened only after his death. The
content of his affidavit was released to the media in June of 2007. It
states that the weather-balloon report was a ‘cover story’ and that the
actual object recovered was taken to a military hanger for examination.
Walter describes seeing a craft and small
(Glenn Dennis a local mortician, had long
claimed that he had been contacted by the authorities at Roswell to
provide several child-sized coffins.)
Haut’s affidavit also describes a
high-level meeting he attended with the base commander Col. William
Blanchard and Eighth Army Air Force general Roger Ramey, where pieces of
the wreckage materials were passed around the room for examination. He
further states that no one could identify the material.
Two Roswell Crash Sites:
In his affidavit, he states that the press
release was issued to direct attention to the initial crash site and to
distract the media and the public because there were in fact two crash
sites created as the object broke up. The second site contained a craft
Haut describes as a metallic egg-shaped object approximately 12 to 15
feet long and approximately 6 feet wide. The object had no wings, tail
or landing gear and it had no windows.
Haut also states that he observed two
bodies lying on the floor of the object partially covered by a tarp. He
describes the bodies as having disproportionately large heads and as
being only about four feet tall.
In concluding his affidavit Walter Haut
states: “I am convinced that what I personally observed was some kind of
craft and its crew from outer space.”
Due to his position and role in the
Roswell Incident, Walter Haut has been interviewed many times over the
years, yet he has always minimized his role in the incident and has
never made any claims publicly as to what he actually observed or
In the Military or Government Service
there is a code of silence or secrecy that is strictly adhered to, but
perhaps at his passing, Walter wanted us to know that we are not alone
in this Universe.
In 1994 the Office of the Secretary of the
Air Force published a report that confirmed that the Weather-Balloon
claim was indeed a ‘cover story.’ The Air Force claims however,
that it was intended to conceal a Top Secret monitoring program called
Project Mogul, that used high altitude balloons to monitor Soviet
The first Soviet Nuclear tests began
August 29, 1949 at Semipalatinsk, the Roswell Crash Incident occurred
July 8 of 1947. (Seems to be a two year discrepancy in the timing here!)
Dr. Von Zuko 2007©