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UFO - There Were TWO UFO Crashes at Roswell

UFO - There Were TWO UFO Crashes at Roswell

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There were TWO UFO crashes at Roswell, claimsformer Air Force official who says he was there
ByDaily Mail Reporter 
20:16 GMT, 6 August 2012|
23:29 GMT, 6 August 2012
Sixty-five years after a UFO allegedly crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, a retired AirForce official has spokenout to say that not only did the shocking incident really happen – but it happened twice.Lt. Col. Richard French, who served in the military for more than 27 years, was in Alamagordo, New Mexico, in1947, when an unusual object fell from the sky and crashed to the ground in Roswell.Military authorities issued a press releaseafter the shocking incident, saying: ‘The many rumours regardingthe flying disc became a reality yesterday when the intelligence officer of the 509th Bomb Group of the Eighth Air Force, Roswell Army Air Field, was fortunate enough to gain possession of a disc.’
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The truth is out there? The U.S. Air Force released this 1972 photo of a Viking spaceprobe as part of its report on the so called 'Roswell Incident' of 1947
But, just 24 hours later, the military retracted their earlier statement and claimedthe object they had firstthought was a 'flying disc' was a weather balloon that had crashed on a nearby ranch.The media and the public accepted the explanation without question. Since then, conspiracy theorists andofficials such as French have called into question the military's line on the incident.‘There were actually two crashes at Roswell, which most people don't know,’ French told
The HuffingtonPost
.‘The first one was shot down by an experimental U.S. airplane that was flying out ofWhite Sands, NewMexico, and it shot what was effectively an electronic pulse-type weapon that disabled and took away all the
controls of the UFO, and that's why it crashed.
Theory: Lt. Col. Richard French, who served in the military for more than 27 years, claimsthere were two UFO-related crashes in RoswellContentious: Former Air Force Col. Richard French says he was an official UFOdebunker and there were two, not one, Roswell UFO crashes
Roswell, New Mexico sprang to international fame on July 8, 1947, when the local newspaper reported thecapture of a 'flying saucer' by government officials in the town.
Over the decades since the discovery, conspiracy theorists have insisted that the debris came from an alienspacecraft, and that the fact was covered up by the military.The continuing belief of alien activity in the area led the Air Force to launch an investigation into the crash in1995.Officials concluded that the 'UFO' was part of a balloon launched into the atmosphere as part of a secretgovernment surveillance programme aimed at the USSR.However, many have refused to accept that explanation, alleging a conspiracy to hidethe existence of extra-terrestrial life.‘When they hit it with that electromagnetic pulse - bingo! There goes all their electronics and, consequently,the UFO was uncontrollable.’French, who claims he was ordered to debunk UFO sightings, said a confidential source in the military told himabout the shooting down of the so-called alien spacecraft and added that there was asecond crash near Roswell just days later.'It was within a few miles of where the original crash was,' French told HuffPo. 'Wethink that the reason theywere in there at that time was to try and recover parts and any survivors of the first crash. I'm [referring to] thepeople from outer space - the guys whose UFO it was.'But other experts have rejected French's claims. 'No chance! Zero chance,' Army Col.John Alexander, taskedwith investigating UFO sightings, told the website.'In the 1980s, I was the guy developing all of the pulse-power weapons systems. We couldn't have done itthen. In the 60s, they had a laser system, but your range was extremely limited, andwe didn't haveoperational laser weapons in that time frame.'But refutations have not stopped others from coming forward and contesting the military's official line.Chase Brandon, an agent who served 25 years with the CIA, recently claimed that information relating to thecrashhad been concealed in a hidden vault within the agency's Langley headquarters.'It was not a weather balloon - it was what people first reported,' he said. 'It wasa craft that did not come fromthis planet.'

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