Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Contact    |    RSS icon Twitter icon Facebook icon  
You are viewing: Home > News > Conspiracy > News story
Welcome Guest ( Login or Register )  
Conspiracy

Roswell crash talk, before all the hoopla

By T.K. Randall
February 4, 2010 · Comment icon 10 comments



Anthony Bragalia returns with another piece about the Roswell incident being discussed prior to the 1980 book release.
Some believe that the Roswell incident was only really brought up in 1980 after the publication of the book "The Roswell Incident" however in this article Bragalia details accounts of the incident from several decades before this.
Skeptics who say that the Roswell UFO crash was never discussed before 1980 with the publication of the seminal book "The Roswell Incident" are wrong. In fact, the 1947 UFO event in New Mexico was brought up in many ways -and at many times- throughout the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's.


Source: UFO Iconoclast(s) | Comments (10)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by Paracelse 13 years ago
The article is well researched although I wouldn't have use Wilhelm Reich as a reference, the man (who died in prison in what was called one of the worst case in censorship from FDA) was not exactly someone we could call a reliable source.
Comment icon #2 Posted by barun.hansdah 13 years ago
woo allllllllieeeeeens so hotly debated woooooooo
Comment icon #3 Posted by Bud Rasputin 13 years ago
The whole Roswell mythology descended from the first press releases on July 8,1947, where it was stated that a "flying saucer" or "flying disc" had been recovered. Details of the object, however, were scant or lacking altogether. One reported communication on the same day as the press release, which was obviously not made public until later, was an FBI telex where the object was described in more detail: "THE DISC IS HEXAGONAL IN SHAPE AND WAS SUSPENDED FROM A BALLON [sic] BY CABLE, WHICH BALLON [sic] WAS APPROXIMATELY TWENTY FEET IN DIAMETER. MAJOR CURTAN FURTHER ADVISED THAT THE OBJECT FOUND... [More]
Comment icon #4 Posted by JohnSage 13 years ago
Hotly debated this one, and a interesting article to be certain, though I am always weary of articles as one sided as this. Even die hard believers should strive to remain objective, that way you seperate fact from wishful thinking. Though that being said of all the "if's, maybe's and might be's" floating around I would say this has one of the better chances of being true.
Comment icon #5 Posted by Brakzar Break 13 years ago
Interesting article. Thanks!
Comment icon #6 Posted by Belial 13 years ago
Another thread containing that darn 'UFO'
Comment icon #7 Posted by Susie Salmon 12 years ago
uuuuuufffffffhhoooooooo-oooooohhhhh oh oh oh
Comment icon #8 Posted by Enigma wrapped in a puzzle 12 years ago
uuuuuufffffffhhoooooooo-oooooohhhhh oh oh oh Can you go ahead and exit stage left you weirdo
Comment icon #9 Posted by psyche101 12 years ago
From the link In 1957's "Contact With Space" Reich recounts a 1955 trip to Tucson, AZ to conduct "weather and energy experimentation" using a device that he designed and called a "cloudbuster" along with other devices made to attract UFOs. On his way to Tucson, he relates that he "felt compelled" to stop at a small town called Roswell, NM. Reich decided to make "field observations" there at Roswell. In the 1957 book, Reich makes specific (albeit brief) mention of what he called the Roswell area's "strange imbalance" of what he believed were "UFO energies" related to forces he called "DOR/OR." ... [More]
Comment icon #10 Posted by Capt Amerika 12 years ago
The only thing i have never understood is how the first report flat out said they recovered a flying disc. The pictures clearly showed balloon debris. Not a single person around could have looked at that debris and came to the conclusion they had a flying disc. I believe there is a cover up, i just dont know if it was soviet, top secret, or alien. Secondly, a while back i heard a lot about the memo that is in General Ramey's hand as he stands over the debris; it was said that some of it could now be read using modern technology and it discussed the coverup and shipment of the disc. I havent he... [More]


Please Login or Register to post a comment.


Our new book is out now!

The Unexplained Mysteries
Book of Weird News

 AVAILABLE NOW 

Take a walk on the weird side with this compilation of some of the weirdest stories ever to grace the pages of a newspaper.

Click here to learn more

We need your help!

Support us on Patreon

 BONUS CONTENT 

For less than the cost of a cup of coffee, you can gain access to a wide range of exclusive perks including our popular 'Lost Ghost Stories' series.

Click here to learn more

 Total Posts: 7,364,636    Topics: 303,084    Members: 198,931

 Not a member yet ? Click here to join - registration is free and only takes a moment!
Recent news and articles