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xx Re: New Claims on Roswell?
« Reply #10 on: Apr 24th, 2017, 11:09am »

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"I'm still convinced Roswell was indeed a weather balloon, or "some" human-built lighter than air device....."

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xx Re: New Claims on Roswell?
« Reply #11 on: Apr 24th, 2017, 1:54pm »

on Apr 24th, 2017, 10:25am, Swamprat wrote:
I'm still convinced Roswell was indeed a weather balloon, or "some" human-built lighter than air device.....


Maybe not a weather balloon, or the balloons from Project Mogul, but another top secret program?

I believe the various initial explanations were all a comedy of errors. The initial report of a crashed UFO was a hastily contrived cover story for the crash of a top secret project. Then someone high up in the Army realized that cover story was ludicrous, then revised it to a weather balloon. Later, the real project still being classified, revised the explanation again to Project Mogul, which by then was unclassified.

No bodies were taken to Area 51, which did not exist at that time. The initial reports never mentioned bodies at all. Bodies somehow got added to the narrative later. We see that a lot with older reports. Over time additional details that never were part of the original event magically appear.

As the years pass people come crawling out of the woodwork with their own stories of 'my neighbor's cousin's barber knows someone...' and eventually that fabrication becomes accepted as fact as it is now copied and pasted from website to website without anyone bothering to check against the original reports.
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xx Re: New Claims on Roswell?
« Reply #12 on: May 13th, 2017, 6:54pm »

on Apr 24th, 2017, 10:25am, Swamprat wrote:
I'm still convinced Roswell was indeed a weather balloon, or "some" human-built lighter than air device.....


I would tend to agree but I guess we will never know the truth.
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xx Re: New Claims on Roswell?
« Reply #13 on: Jun 14th, 2017, 12:25am »

on Apr 24th, 2017, 12:51am, Cliff-67 wrote:
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Besides this article or any other, Should we believe the first actual Roswell newspaper report that brought all this to light or the second ?

Was the first a mistake or countered by being taken off the shelves and covered up because it may cause mass hysteria ?

Was it taken off the stands because it was a mistake knowing they had screwed up, or..... ?


Or believe Brazell's original report to Sheriff Wilcox -- that he first spotted the debris field in the distance in mid June but did not actually visit the site until July 5, and the debris was "tinfoil, strips of rubber, and wooden sticks"? (his description). And after Wilcox visited the site the next day he reported the same to the Army base? The 2-3 week lag between Brazell's first spotting the debris and the Army's arrival on the scene makes the 'dazed alien wandering around' (which first appeared in Berlitzs' 1960 book, not in any original documentation) even more amazing. Friedman then increased the number of bodies from 2 to 8 and added a second crash site in his book.

Folklorists have invented a term to describe the phenomenon of how a small (non)event grows into mythic proportions over time -- Roswell Syndrome.
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xx Re: New Claims on Roswell?
« Reply #14 on: Jun 18th, 2017, 12:30pm »

on Apr 24th, 2017, 11:09am, ZETAR wrote:
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« Reply #15 on: Jun 18th, 2017, 1:03pm »


Sorry if this is off topic to this 'incident'. But, didn't they say the March 1950 Farmington sightings by multiple witnesses was a balloon also ?

Or was it cotton ? undecided

Red leader....over. grin

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