by Bill Ryan, Project Avalon, July 8, 2010
Published here: Wednesday, July 14, 2010 @ 5:44 AM
Today (July 8, 2010, editor’s note) is the 63rd anniversary of the famous 1947 announcement in the Roswell Daily Record that a ‘Flying Saucer had been captured’. I gathered together some archived images and files I had (including movie footage which, if faked, is VERY well done) – and wrote up an interesting post on the Project Avalon Forum.
In the process of this, I realized that a photo I had, purporting to be of the actual Roswell craft – which I have never seen elsewhere apart from the one place I found it on the net in 2007 – EXACTLY matched the topography of the crash site.
It’s been consistently reported that the craft was not a circular disk. It was stated by one witness that the B-29 “Up an’ Atom” flew a “teardrop shaped craft” out of the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) in November 1947. And Col. Walter Haut, the public information officer at the RAAF, after he was shown it in a hangar, stated in a 2002 sealed affidavit before he died in 2005:
It was approx. 12 to 15 feet in length, not quite as wide, about 6 feet high, and more of an egg shape. Lighting was poor, but its surface did appear metallic. No windows, portholes, wings, tail section, or landing gear were visible.
That fits the object in the photo.
I now take the risk of stating here on record that I think this image is real. Compare the hillside behind the two photographs (click to enlarge), bearing in mind that the angle will be slightly different. It fits like a fingerprint. This might really be the Roswell craft.
Here’s an intriguing video – which some of you may have seen before. If this is a fake (which it might be), it’s very well done.
Do watch this. I’m not convinced that this is not real.
The original audio of the radio news report:
Two well-known images of General Roger Ramey with Jesse Marcel at the July 1947 press conference:
Some of you may not know that the telegram clearly shown in General Ramey’s left hand was enhanced using 21st century software. The result is open to subjective interpretation, of course, but what has been extracted is interesting:
(The original (large image) is here)
For discussion of the telegram enhancement, click here:
I’m always struck by the tension in Jesse Marcel’s face… the eyes of a good man who has been ordered to lie.