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Documentary claims to solve Roswell incident

October 16, 2014 | Comment icon 105 comments



Was the Roswell UFO a Nazi invention ? Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Murriemir
A new documentary from Germany claims that the object that crashed near Roswell was built by the Nazis.
The alleged crash landing of an Unidentified Flying Object at a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 is perhaps the best known UFO incident ever recorded.

Controversy and conspiracy theories have surrounded the event for nearly 70 years with explanations ranging from an extraterrestrial vessel being shot down by the military to an innocuous weather balloon experiment.
An upcoming German documentary however is set to put forward a whole new explanation to the ongoing mystery by suggesting that the object was in fact a secret Nazi flying machine.

Developed by German scientists and weapons experts who defected to the US after World War II, the bell-shaped craft, alleged to be a predecessor to today's stealth fighters, was sighted by numerous witnesses including bomber crews who reported seeing 'strange machines' during the war.

"I don't consider myself a crackpot or eccentric or someone given to fantasies," said German aeronautical engineer Georg Klein. "This is what I saw, with my own eyes - a Nazi UFO."

Source: Mirror | Comments (105)



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Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #96 Posted by 1963 7 years ago
I watched a documentary the other day and yes, the Germans were in fact, working of such objects. On another note: http://www.theliving...y_for_Real.html Hey Sky....good to see you're back where you belong my friend! .... ...but please don't go down that bs route Sky...have you seen this?...http://naziufomythos.greyfalcon.us/renatovesco.html Cheers Buddy.
Comment icon #97 Posted by DONTEATUS 7 years ago
Even a first year mechanical engineer can see that now days the Nazi`s were far from anything close to Advanced space travel,or time travel ! Come on People Open your eyes and Minds !
Comment icon #98 Posted by Jacques Terreur 7 years ago
That is correct. The Germans have experimented on other saucer-shaped crafts as well, but the question is; why saucer-shaped? http://discaircraft....THUR SACK A.htm As far as the Avro Car is concerned, it was too unstable to be of any military use and lucky for the pilot it couldn't fly higher than he was willing to fall. Why saucer-shaped? well, during wartime, a lot of experiments on wing shapes were done, not only on the german side. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vought_V-173 Sack's plane really made it to the sky, but was also deemed too unstable to be of any use. the germans tried some rad... [More]
Comment icon #99 Posted by badeskov 7 years ago
Ahhh reallyy...... If you do a search on Kludge, who we have not heard from in way too long, hope he is well, he was there at the time, and had a rather different take to you. Kludge has quite some credibility too. Yeah, I hope Kludge is well - I miss the fellow. Cheers, Badeskov
Comment icon #100 Posted by skyeagle409 7 years ago
Hey Sky....good to see you're back where you belong my friend! .... ...but please don't go down that bs route Sky...have you seen this?...http://naziufomythos...enatovesco.html Cheers Buddy. No, I haven't seen that, but it is good to see you again as well.
Comment icon #101 Posted by skyeagle409 7 years ago
Why saucer-shaped? well, during wartime, a lot of experiments on wing shapes were done, not only on the german side. http://en.wikipedia....ki/Vought_V-173 Sack's plane really made it to the sky, but was also deemed too unstable to be of any use. the germans tried some radical concepts: disc shapes, delta wings, even a kind of a "rocketcopter" (that never left the planning room though...): http://en.wikipedia....lf_Triebflügel But between all of that and a fully-armed, anti gravity propelled flying saucer lies a huge reality gap that you can only cross when you saddle your unicorn and take to... [More]
Comment icon #102 Posted by Jacques Terreur 7 years ago
One of the problems of saucer-shaped craft is the shifting of its center-of-gravity. Stabilizers can be added or it can be spin-stabilized, but other than that, there has to be an exotic means to stabilize such an object without stabilizers or spin-stabilization. I have experimented with spin-stabilization, which resulted in the birth of my flying pencil. People were amazed when I threw an ordinary pencil in such a way that it flew like an airplane. It would climb and then, rotate 90 degrees and fly level for another 10 feet before dropping to the ground. In another case, the pencil flew in le... [More]
Comment icon #103 Posted by skyeagle409 7 years ago
neat! just an ordinary pencil? with no modification to it? i admit i would prefer to see that to fully get it, but that sounds cool... It was just an ordinary pencil, but I pulled off the eraser to cut weight. Seeing a pencil fly in level flight blew a lot of minds especially after it climbed or made those turns. I had one pencil do a 300 degree turn before it hit the wall as it headed back toward my position. Somehow,I twisted my wrist in such a way upon releasing the pencil, but have been unable to duplicate that maneuver since then. You will need a good set of fingers that can spin a pencil... [More]
Comment icon #104 Posted by Starhunter 7 years ago
The Germans were trying all kinds of things, but they did not have the technology to make it (flying saucer) work. it is easy to construct a saucer-shaped object, but getting it to work is another thing. I was impressed with some of the captured German aircraft in a warehouse, which was located at Suitland, Maryland and I might add that they had some pretty advanced aircraft for the days. There were captured enemy aircraft from other nations in the warehouses as well. I met an ex Nazi secret serviceman and members of the SS who claimed that the Germans did have craft which were "electromagneti... [More]
Comment icon #105 Posted by Starhunter 7 years ago
That is correct. The Germans have experimented on other saucer-shaped crafts as well, but the question is; why saucer-shaped? http://discaircraft....THUR SACK A.htm As far as the Avro Car is concerned, it was too unstable to be of any military use and lucky for the pilot it couldn't fly higher than he was willing to fall. There were some saucers designed to be aerodynamic. Not too popular as you would expect. But the true saucer does not have that shape for aerodynamics, because when active, its surface has no resistance or even lift in the air. This does not mean they get a smooth ride at all... [More]


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