A declassified FBI document obtained under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) has shed some startling new light on the July 1947 Roswell UFO crash and alien recovery near the small town of Roswell, which I mentioned earlier, was also the home of an Army Air Force Base.
In the declassified memo from the FBI archives dated March 22, 1950 and sent directly to J. Edgar Hoover, Special Agent Guy Hottel briefs the director on information about the flying discs and their alien pilots he received from an unnamed Air Force researcher, who turned informant. There has been much conjecture on who he was, but that is not the focal point of the memo.
Three Not One Flying Discs
The memo tells Hoover that three — not one — UFOs crashed in New Mexico and that they as well as their 3-foot alien pilots were recovered. The memo goes into detail on how the aliens were dressed and states that their UFOs crashed as a result of top-secret high-powered radar being tested by the United States in the area.
This explanation corroborates the same reason for the Roswell crash put forward by Army Col. Corso, who served as a liaison aide of President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s National Security Council, who as I said before, became a major whistleblower in the Roswell case.
While I have summarized what is in the memo, here is a copy of the actual document:
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