I've been away for quite a while, busy with work and all that.
I got interested in this one, though, because it's an angle that I never thought much about before--the children of Mack Brazel. I had never thought much about Dee Proctor, either, but then again he never had anything to say about Roswell compared to his mother Loretta.
And one person who we know almost nothing about is Margaret Brazel, Mack's wife, beyond some brief mentions that she was there the whole time, handled the wreckage and even helped collect some of it. Of course, she was dead by the time the Roswell researchers got around to writing their books and conducting interviews with the Roswell residents.
One impression that comes across very strongly with all these witnesses is that the military did indeed warn them not to discuss these events at all, and many of them said little or nothing about what happened for the rest of their lives, including Mack, Paul and Margaret Brazel and Dee Proctor.
I do wonder if the entire Brazel family was taken into custody and held at Roswell Field for a week, or if they just held Mack. Certainly something extraordinary had happened because his two adult sons, Paul and Bill Jr., returned home to Roswell from their other jobs to find out what was happening, only to find their parents and younger brother and sister gone and the ranch cordoned off by the military.
I understand buddy.......nice to have some strong posters back on this side of the fence ( I was getting lonely)
anyhow, I havent got the time to go into the Roswell case yet but I feel the time is coming......I just know once I start I will be stuck for months on end trailing through loads and loads of info.