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« Thread started on: Apr 9th, 2011, 12:17pm »

Just saw this picture on twitter of an FBI memo on the Roswell crash that has been released:

http://twitpic.com/4i35by

According to the memo there were 3 bodies.... Anyway you can check it out for yourself... grin

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xx Re: FBI Memo about Roswell
« Reply #1 on: Apr 10th, 2011, 09:07am »

This has been reported widely in the media as though it's a new development. But I started a thread at LTL about the same FBI document from Guy Hottel and it's possible I started one here at UCB as well back in January 2009. And it wasn't about Roswell, but Aztec, another town in New Mexico.

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http://foia.fbi.gov/hottel_guy/hottel_guy_part01.pdf

http://www.ltlweb.com/xforum/viewtopic.php?f=11&t=2264&p=35033#p35033
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« Reply #2 on: Apr 10th, 2011, 3:13pm »

It's some good information that I've never seen before. I've even printed a hard copy, in case it should disappear. wink
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« Reply #3 on: Apr 12th, 2011, 2:17pm »

Here's quite an interesting article about the memo:

http://www.examiner.com/ufo-in-phoenix/inconclusive-fbi-ufo-memo-release-causes-facebook-furor
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« Reply #4 on: Apr 14th, 2011, 9:40pm »

on Apr 12th, 2011, 2:17pm, philliman wrote:
Here's quite an interesting article about the memo:

http://www.examiner.com/ufo-in-phoenix/inconclusive-fbi-ufo-memo-release-causes-facebook-furor


Yeah, that is quite interesting, philliman. Below is a link to another good article, FBI "Hottel Memo" Reveals UFO Hoax, which is written by Jesse Emspak and pretty much along the same lines as voiced at Reality Uncovered.

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/132868/20110411/fbi-hottel-memo-reveals-ufo-hoax.htm
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« Reply #5 on: Jan 22nd, 2013, 2:32pm »

on Apr 9th, 2011, 12:17pm, Luvey wrote:
Just saw this picture on twitter of an FBI memo on the Roswell crash that has been released:

http://twitpic.com/4i35by

According to the memo there were 3 bodies.... Anyway you can check it out for yourself... grin

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3 so-called flying saucers...and in each one 3 bodies ! cool
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xx Re: FBI Memo about Roswell
« Reply #6 on: Jan 26th, 2013, 4:34pm »

What I find interesting in this thread, is we have a document that some say is a hoax, back in 1950, 3-22, no less, and the story that claims it is a hoax, compares flying saucers to conventional air craft, by stating radar at high output should not bring a anti gravity craft down, if such craft did and do exist, their means of flight should not be known, so why make such a statement?

Just my opinion, how could we really tell who is lying?
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« Reply #7 on: Feb 20th, 2013, 4:20pm »

I have no idea why this question never occurred to me before...

If you have a 30 foot (or 50 foot) diameter disc that you cannot disassemble; how do you move it from one state to the other (other than by knowing how to fly it)? An available long haul truck route for that size cargo means no bridges, tunnels or roads that have, at any point, less than the disc's width available. That means no telephone poles, electrical standards, buildings, etc. within 30 - 50 feet of each other (from left road-side to right road-side) for the whole route. Alternately, you can periodically stop, take out some poles, etc., pass through the area and then put them back; and / or stop, flip the disc upright and proceed until you're met by a wire or bridge with less than 30 - 50 feet vertical clearance, then stop and flip it back down flat.

Air travel would seem an even more remote possibility. What did we have in 1947, or for some time afterwards, that could carry anything the width of some of these craft the government is supposed to be warehousing?

While there are clearly discs and the like around here that came from elsewhere, I'm having my doubts about our government's supposed knowledge of them, or the nature of their activities.

UPDATE: In 2009 an X-47B UAV was moved, by truck, from the west coast to the east coast. The X-47B has a wingspan (folded) of 30.9'. So, as they say, it can be done; albeit not without a lot of people noticing. And, not without an escort convoy to keep truckers going the other way from wrecking with your disc. I suspect that if we couldn't move it by air in 2009, we couldn't use that method in 1947. What we should have to corroborate the existence and removal of a large disc is a number of people involved in a transport convoy, and at least a few civilians with stories of a huge saucer-shaped object under a tarp on a low-boy type flatbed, being escorted by at least a few military vehicles.

Alternatively, the crash of a smaller disc, along with the failing in proximate time frame of a Project Mogul (or other silvery) balloon, is as good a theoretical fit to what little we actually know about Roswell as any other theory (story). FWIW - I spent about 45 seconds watching an alien vehicle, at first sight within less than 50 yards of me, in 2007. If I could have snagged him I could have thrown him in the back seat of the VW and buckled him up for safety. No flat-bed or tarps needed. From what I've seen on the internet machine, most people see much larger ones.

I hope some of this helps. When information comes-up that calls into question any theoretical framework, no matter how fond one has grown of that frame, that information must be considered and presented. This field offers no awards for being first to figure out the truth. Like any area of investigation, the truth emerges over time as a social consensus among critical thinkers.
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