Skip to comments.Roswell officer's amazing deathbed admission raises possibility that aliens DID visit
Posted on 06/30/2007 9:34:23 AM PDT by msnpatriot
But last week came an astonishing new twist to the Roswell mystery - which casts new light on the incident and raises the possibility that we have, indeed, been visited by aliens.
Lieutenant Walter Haut was the public relations officer at the base in 1947, and was the man who issued the original and subsequent press releases after the crash on the orders of the base commander, Colonel William Blanchard.
Haut died last year, but left a sworn affidavit to be opened only after his death.
Last week, the text was released and asserts that the weather balloon claim was a cover story, and that the real object had been recovered by the military and stored in a hangar. He described seeing not just the craft, but alien bodies.
He wasn't the first Roswell witness to talk about bodies. Local undertaker Glenn Dennis had long claimed that he was contacted by authorities at Roswell shortly after the crash and asked to provide a number of child-sized coffins.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
I have a 90+ year old uncle who heard the first news reports on the radio about a disc landing. He's a firm believer in the conspiracy, and coverup.
The entire article is a must read for the 'chain' of information....
Are they going to bury this guy with his tinfoil hat on?
Yeah, and my Dad is the “man on the moon” who died of an over dose of eating cheese.
LOL! The crash must have got them all because no more have shown up in sixty years.
It just goes to show you that people will believe anything!
It is a “religion” to some. Facts and reality don’t stop them for believing what they WANT to believe. It tickles the imagination. Reality isn’t as exciting ... . Yes, we are alone!
I love how anything that is covered up is deemed to have been aliens.
I’m skeptical and would like to see it for myself — presumably it wasn’t faxed to the paper from a Kinkos in Texas.
It’s about as much of a religion as scientology. It’s just like the conspiracy theory nuts that claim the lunar landing was faked and that Desert Storm was “fought” at NTC. From someone that spent six months over there, it sure didn’t look like Kalifornia to me.
These people are nutcases
well whatever but I’m a serious Christian with 18 yrs studying religions....There are ufo’s in the bible and there are kicked out angels we will fight at Armaggedan.
God ,thru Christ also talks of the veil over our eyes in protection of things we need not see...............
one man’s opinion is another man’s wife.
There are two possibilities, either we’re alone in the universe, or we aren’t. I don’t know which is true, but both are equally frightening.
Quick, call Art Bell and the Kook to Kook show.
I will believe ET when I see him, or when his space ship crashes in Times Square or any other such venue.
Despite being over 60, spending many hours outside at night, and having owned and flown three airplanes, I have yet to see anything that could not be explained.
He’s done a great thing for his people in that part of NM by pushing the myth. Good for him. They could sure use the money.
Personally, with billions of stars and untold number of planets and solar systems out there in the universe, I would find it nearly impossible not to think there isn’t life out there.
I don’t think that makes me a lunatic, I’m just playing the numbers game here.
Is that what you meant to say?
I don’t know about the veracity of this claim, but to me, to assume we humans are the only life or even the most intelligent life within the vast universe is the height of arrogance.
"Nothing to see here. Move along."
Go for it, sport...
If it is there the next morning I will call Fox News and then we can all believe.
Great. Just what we need.....more “undocumented” aliens.
“one mans opinion is another mans wife”
I’m not sure - but if you read it quick its funny!
At first I thought he was talking about MY wife, which is where I get all of MY opinions from.
“Yes dear, no dear....”
Sounds like pretty clear thinking to me, while all else is whatchamacallit, oh yeah, - speculation.
Everytime the US comes up with a new aircraft, the number of UFO sightings increases. It happened with the Nighthawk stealth fighter.
We have a group of whackos in Gulf Breeze, FL, about 20 minutes from Pensacola, that (honest to God) don tinfoil hats and go to the beach at night to watch for UFO’s. Our newspaper, known not so affectionately as the Mullet Wrapper, has had several interviews with these people. They all look like David Byrne from the Talking Heads and sound like Art Bell on a bad acid trip.
A second U.S. Air Force report, The Roswell Report: Case Closed, was published in 1997 and focused on allegations that alien bodies were recovered. It concluded that any claims that weren't entirely fraudulent were generated by people having seen crash test dummies that were dropped from balloons from high altitude as part of Project High Dive - a study aimed at developing safe procedures for pilots or astronauts having to jump from extreme altitudes.
nice piece.....wouldn’t surprize mew at all....
Just in time for the replays of “Independence Day”
There are some government secrets we are better off not knowing about. For whatever reasons.
I have a hard time believing there was any coverup at Roswell. It’s been 50 years. Some reliable journalist would have uncovered it by now, and it would be top story on all the news outlets, regardless of their political leanings.
people might say I’m crazy for believing in aliens, but I do. I live next to a family of them.
Just look at this thread for examples. They use ridicule and a distortion of the facts to heap unfair criticisms on the witnesses.
I'm not saying that we should swallow every story whole,but you have to give some sightings credence based on the facts and the status of the witnesses.
People who drove out to investigate found the National Guard had set up roadblocks and no one could get near.
A policeman friend told me that he was also assigned ‘guard’ duty = and as the NG kept the public out, they also had bulldozers plowing over the field, after having Geiger counted and otherwise examined a round, ‘burned’ circle...
Myself, I hope to he*l there’s more intelligent life, keeping an eye out for the Universe, than lives here on earth. (Think Reid, Pelosi, Feinstein, .... the list goes on)
I am referring to ET...you know, Extra Terrestrial?
I am not talking about terrestrial nuts.
After hearing what one of the base officers son had to say on C2CAM a few nights back, I am beginning to change my mind about Roswell being tinfoil hat stuff. This guy is 71 years old but has been serving in Iraq as a flight surgeon. His dad was the guy who brought some crash site articles home to show him and his mom. I think he said that his dad also left a death bed confession. This article could be about his dad as I dont recall what his name was/is.
I saw some aliens the other day. When I talked to them, I expected them to say “Take me to your leader.” What they actually said was “Como estas?”
Every day for 50 years some journalist has written about it.
The term foo fighter was used by Allied aircraft pilots in World War II to describe various UFOs or mysterious aerial phenomena seen in the skies over Europe and the Pacific theatre. Contemporary witnesses often assumed that the foo fighters were secret weapons employed by the enemy, and it was not until after the war that it was discovered neither side had anything to do with them. Despite these fears, foo fighters (whatever they might have been) were apparently never reported to have harmed or tried to harm anyone. To this day the case remains unexplained.
Though usually thought of as blobs of light or fire, several different types of reported phenomena were classified as "foo fighters".
Foo fighters were reported on many occasions from around the world;
- A nighttime sighting from September, 1941 in the Indian Ocean was similar to some later Foo Fighter reports. From the deck of the S.S. Pułaski, two sailors reported a "strange globe glowing with greenish light, about half the size of the full moon as it appears to us." They alerted a British officer, who watched the object's movements with them for over an hour.
- On February 28, 1942, just prior to its participation in the Battle of the Java Sea, the USS Houston reportedly saw a large number of strange, unexplained yellow flares and lights which illuminated the sea for miles around.
- A report was made from the Solomon Islands in 1942 by United States Marine Stephen J. Brickner. Following an air raid alarm, Brickner and others witnessed about 150 objects grouped in lines of 10 or 12 objects each. Seeming to "wobble" as they moved, Brickner reported that the objects resembled polished silver and seemed to move a little faster than common Japanese aircraft. He described the sighting, saying "All in all, it was the most awe-inspiring and yet frightening spectacle I have seen in my life.
We now return you to our regular programming.......
Both are equally something, but not frightening. Two possibilities:
a. If they are there, watching warily from a distance (we are frightening to them), we need to grow up: we no doubt have work to do when we are fit to be hired;
b. If we are alone in the universe, excepting of course the One, the Eternal, the Creator, we need to grow up: we no doubt have work to do and no one but ourselves to hire.
Who said there was only one universe?
“...serious Christian with 18 yrs studying religions...”
gee, I missed that in my M.Div studies.
Did you happen to see the documentary where “Chariot of the Gods” was debunked?
Even Project Bluebook, as it closed down, admitted that a small number of the claimed sightings couldn't explained or written off. Little green men? I doubt it.
Maybe that is why they are called UNIDENTIFED Flying Objects.
Not everything in our existence is easily explained. How much more so for the vastness of the unknown Universe?
“Go for it, sport...”
It’s a former professor from Spring Arbor University, on his way to another symposium where he says that he/she should be allowed to lecture dressed like this.
If there really are aliens, I find it hard to believe they would not have tried to conquer us or exterminate us. The human race is a dangerous bunch.
LOL. THAT IS ONE MAD CAT. about as mad as my little kitties would get when my mom would put waxed paper held on with elastic bands on their back paws.
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