In the field of ufology, the Roswell UFO incident is the cornerstone UFO case. For the younger generation who don’t know about this case. In July 1947, an unidentified flying object or UFO crashed at a ranch in Roswell, New Mexico. When the headline appeared in the local newspaper, it was corrected as soon as possible and suddenly a UFO became a weather balloon powered with a photo of a man holding some sort of foil-like debris in his hands to convince the world nothing out of the ordinary has crashed.
- Is the military really particularly interested in a crashed weather balloon?
- Do they really need to send military units to collect a balloon?
The UFO related website Mystery Planet has obtained a document containing very juicy information about the Roswell UFO incident with information coming from someone who helped cover up the debris of the UFO in Roswell and three non-human bodies. This man was a member of the 414 Fighter Group, an Air Reserve Component of the United States Air Force.
The document concerns a very elaborate letter written to respected ufologist and physicist Stanton Terry Friedman by a man named Shawn from Texas who is the son of a military witness to the Roswell UFO incident. I am now going to quote the juiciest details of the document which reveals what crashed that day in 1947. The document reveals they have stashed three alien bodies + 1 later on, along with the UFO in an undisclosed location in the United States.
“In 1973, when I was 7 or 8 years old, I bought a comic book depicting the recent alien abduction of two men while they were fishing at night. I showed the comic to my father and asked him if he believed it really happened, and whether he thought flying saucers were real. To my surprise, my father told me that flying saucers were indeed real, because he had seen one up close. I asked him when and where he had seen the saucer, and he told me the following story.”
What happened that day?
“One night he was playing cards when an officer came in and asked for volunteers to make a routine red-eye flight to New Mexico. My father said he jumped at the opportunity, glad to get some flight time. My father loved to fly more than anything. He said he was especially happy because it was his birthday, july 6. My father said it didn’t take him long to figure out something was wrong, because everything was tense and hurried, as if it was some sort of emergency. He said he knew it was no routine flight when two MPs boarded his plane with fully-loaded Thompson submachine guns. He said they flew together in a C-54 as part of a convoy with a second C-54, a bomber and two fighter escorts. He told me a general was with them aboard the bomber. My father said they were flying armed, and it reminded him of fighter and bomber operations during the war. He said everything was definitely out of the ordinary. When he asked what was going on, an MP told him they thought a Russian jet or rocket had crash-landed on U.S. soil.”
What did they found?
“They landed at an air base in New Mexico and took trucks and jeeps to a remote piece of land. There were MPs already present, and they tried to prevent the air crews from entering the property. My father said when the General told the MPs the airmen were “”His boys,” they were allowed to pass. On the ground my father said he saw the scattered remains of some sort of crashed aircraft. He said he had seen the remains of crashed fighters and bombers in the Pacific, but this was different from anything he had ever seen before. It didn’t look anything like the other crashes. —fast forward — My father said the wreckage was unlike anything he had ever seen before. Nothing resembles the shape of a conventional aircraft or rocket. There were thick pieces of relatively undamaged metal framework, and many smaller, thinner pieces of what looked like fuselage. He said it was all made of a strange metal alloy, what he called “unobtanium,” very light and tough. Some of the pieces were unbendable, while others were extremely flexible. My father, who was familiar with metallurgy and alloys from his jet training, said he had never seen anything like it before. He also said some of the pieces were coidized on the outside and looked as if they had been subjected to a very high heat.”
“There were no discernible seams, welds, or rivets anywhere in the wreckage, and my father said it looked as if the entire craft had been somehow molded in one piece. There were no engines or moving parts at all, and no propellers, jets, intakes, or exhausts. There were no wires, switches, gauges, vacuum tubes, or visible electronics of any kind. There were what looked like small lights, and long solid plastic pieces of what he called “spaghetti” that were not wires or tubes, with no apparent function. There were strange characters cast into some of the pieces, a type of writing my father had never seen before, but only on the inside of the craft — there were no markings on the outside. There were also a number of loose objects with no apparent purpose. The strangest objects he said he found were formed metal child-sized reclining seats, with indentions for head, body, arms, and legs, including hand-shaped indentations with spaces for six fingers. There were no bodies in the wreckage.”
“My father said three small bodies packed in ice were loaded aboard his aircraft, and that everybody took a look at them. He was told they had been the occupants of the crashed craft. He said the ice was melting and the bodies were decomposing and smelling badly. He was able to examine the bodies, which he said were obviously nothing from earth.
This is what my father said the observed:
- They were humanoid, with a head, two arms, two legs, two eyes, mouth, nose.
- They had no ears and no teeth.
- They were small and frail with unusually large heads.
- They had large eyes but no eyelids.
- They had no genitalia.
- They had six fingers on each hand.
- They had skin like a shark.
- hey were the perfect size and shape to fit into the formed metal reclining seats he had seen in the wreckage.”
What happened to the bodies and the UFO?
Upon arrival at Fort Worth, the wreckage and bodies were immediately loaded upon another transport under heavy guard and flown somewhere else. My father said he thought it was all sent to Washington, D.C. Afterward he heard a rumor that a fourth body had been recovered separately later and sent along with the rest of what was recovered. My father said he and the rest of the aircrew were immediately debriefed and interrogated by intelligence officers. He said he was ordered never to speak of what he had seen, and forced to sign a non-disclosure agreement that would be enforced under penalty of treason.”
1. Is this document reliable?
2. Why does a father tell his son something that could endanger him and his son?
We have sent an email to the widow of Stanton Terry Friedman if the document looks familiar to her to check it’s authenticity. Below you find the document.