The FBI document dated July 8, 1947, the approximate one day after the Roswell UFO crash and recovery, reveals that a mysterious academic, whose name is blotted out from the vintage carbon-copied document, wanted to share with the FBI and the U.S. War Department what he and his group claimed was inside information about UFOs and their alien pilots.
Here is an excerpt from the letter:
“This writer has little expectation that anything of import will be accomplished by this gesture,” the unknown informant wrote. “The mere fact that the data herein was obtained by so-called supernormal means is probably sufficient to insure its disregard by nearly all the persons addressed; nevertheless it seems a public duty to make it available.”
The unidentified informant then goes on to warn the military not to attempt an attack on any of the so-called flying saucers.
“The attacking plane will almost certainly be destroyed,” he warned. “In the public mind this might cause near panic and international suspicion.”
The letter writer then goes on to explain the mission of the extraterrestrials is peaceful and that they are not from a distant galaxy but from a parallel dimension.
It is interesting to note that the writer claims to represent a group of open-minded academics and that what he says about attacking UFOs as being unwise has been proven to be true over the last seven decades since this letter was typed. The timing of this letter is also quite interesting. Just a coincidence?
Here is a copy of the original carbon-copy document. Again, it may be difficult to read, but I am including copies of all first-source documents to underline their credibility:
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