Saturday, October 29, 2011

One plausible explanation for the 1947 Roswell incident...Operation Paperclip

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October 29, 2011:

The Roswell crash was NOT the result of an alien spacecraft crashing in the desert.....the most challenging, alternative view yet proposed for the July 1947 incident:

In July of 2010 I was privileged to hear this great presentation given by Guy Malone in Roswell for the 2010 Roswell Festival.

I am sure that this was not the type of presentation that the UFO Museum in Roswell would have appreciated.
And so, this presentation was not held at the Museum but at the Convention Center.

(In the past, the UFO Museum in Roswell has controlled and dominated the Roswell Festival.)

However, the 2010 Roswell Festival was not handled by the Museum.
It was the City of Roswell that took over the 2010 Festival.....and therefore speakers who presented alternative interpretations of the Roswell incident were given free rein to speak at the Festival.

The Roswell UFO Museum has never invited any speaker that deviated from the "alien" interpretation of the Roswell incident. ("aliens" draw people and "money" to the museum and, consequently, to the city, a dilemma for the city in many ways...economically and especially politically).

So, I feel that this was a victory for Guy Malone.
And I tend to concur with Guy Malone in this alternative explanation to the Roswell incident.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I concur,

Still NO UFO's or Space Aliens. But why then do so many beleive the dis-information?

I feel Malone's theory is plausible except for a few small details.

The funny thing is that I had come up with basically the same conclusion before I had read his accounts.

Another curious but related bit of information to my theory has come from the infamous chapter of Jacobsen's book. Strange as it seems, a (very small part) of her "informants" story fits in the puzzle perfectly.

The compartmentalized pieces just need to be put together.