24th 2002 - At a MUFON meeting in Orange County , Roswell researcher
Don Schmitt made the following remarks during his presentation
regarding his continuing investigations into the Roswell Incident
"The problem is ,however, that the various investigations by
private researchers have been uneven in their research methods,
their use of alleged documents and eyewitnesses and, as a result,
their prospective scenarios and conclusions differ in many
respects. It is no wonder then , that the public at large remains
confused about the case. Most believe that something happened
back in 1947 , but are understandably not sure just what it
Our mission , then, is to determine once and for all time -
and within the foreseeable future, what the true facts of the
so-called "Roswell Incident" really are. We are not there yet
but we promise to spare no expense , to leave no stone unturned
and to follow every lead until the truth is known and revealed
Don Schmitt has uncovered new facts relating to the Roswell
1) About two miles or so from the debris field , two alien
bodies were found as if they were blown out of the craft after
an explosion. These beings looked almost like miniature humans.
Eyewitness accounts show they had human-like eyes , ear shells
but no hair on their bodies. They were NOT Grays.
More bodies (seemingly four) were discovered near the crashed
craft - two were alive.
2) General Roger Ramey - later involved with "Project
Blue Book" was heard to remark that the most likely
source of the UFOs was interplanetary.
3) There are still witnesses that still won't talk - it is
hoped that one who is still living in Orange County will be
prepared to make a recorded statement.
Once all of the Roswell witnesses have died (baring in mind
the event happened over fifty years ago) then it can all be
swept under the rug - that process has begun.
We cannot let this happen.
Incident Had Victims, Program Says
ALBUQUERQUE - While he told the world that a weather balloon
went down in Roswell, an Army general had in his hand a memo
telling Pentagon brass of a UFO crash with "victims," according
to a new television documentary.
A computer analysis of that memo, held by Brig. Gen. Roger
Ramey during a July 1947 press briefing, is the "smoking gun" of
the Roswell Incident, researchers say in the documentary being
broadcast today on the Sci-Fi Channel.
Using a digital photo scanner to enlarge and enhance words
printed on the folded piece of paper Ramey held, and using
another computer program to select the most likely words, researcher
David Rudiak, who has a Ph.D. in physics from UC Berkeley,
found two key phrases: "the victims of the wreck" and "in
the 'disc' they will ship."
With the textual study plus University of New Mexico archaeological
findings from one of three alleged UFO crash sites, science
fiction seeks to close the gap with fact, producers say.
A photograph taken July 8, 1947, in Fort Worth, Texas, by James
Bond Johnson of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram shows Ramey clutching
a communiqué to Washington, D.C., while he displays
a deflated weather balloon just hours after other Army
officers in Roswell had reported a UFO crash.
It was one of a series of inconsistent military reports about
the incident, which has become part of American mythology.
"Unless national security is at stake, there is absolutely
no reason to keep this information from the public," said Thomas
Vitale, a Sci-Fi Channel vice president. "Whatever crashed
at Roswell, let us know what the truth is."
The Air Force had responded to a 1994 call from the late U.S.
Rep. Steve Schiff, R-N.M., by saying it had no information
on the Roswell Incident. Schiff, an Air Force reserve judge
advocate general's officer, then took his query to the General
Accounting Office, the investigative arm of Congress.
In 1997, the Air Force acknowledged the weather balloon had
been a false cover story, but a new story also was called into
question. In a report written by Lt. William McAndrew, the
Air Force suggested reports of alien bodies in the wreckage
must have originated because of a crash-test program in which
mannequins were dropped from balloons. The mannequins did not
come close to matching 1947 descriptions of alien bodies, and
the crash-test program was not introduced until 1953, Rudiak
Sci-Fi, guided by longtime Roswell UFO researchers Tom Carey
and Don Schmitt, commissioned William Doleman, an archaeologist
with UNM's Maxwell Museum of Anthropology, to excavate the
initial crash contact point on the ranch where the late Mack
Brazel worked as foreman.
Doleman said he knows little about the Roswell Incident but
agreed to excavate the site using purely scientific methods
because it is "culturally significant" and because so much
of what is circulated about the Roswell crash landing is based
on hearsay. What was needed, Doleman said, was physical evidence.
"So this project is a very bold step by people who claim to
know what happened and where it happened," Doleman said. "What
makes it bold is they were willing to go out there and look
for physical evidence."
Details of the excavation are being kept confidential until
after today's premiere. But Doleman said he agrees "that obviously
something happened in July 1947 in southeastern New Mexico." After
his work there, though, he said, "I'm still uncertain" about
UFOs and alien beings.
The documentary will introduce some witnesses who have not
been heard from publicly before, attesting to the existence
of alien bodies in the wreckage of the "flying disc," Carey
said by phone from his home in Pennsylvania.
|"This is where we loaded the bodies," he quotes one
New Mexico witness, Robert Slusher, as saying. Slusher,
among those appearing in the documentary, was part
of a B-29 crew that he said loaded bodies up through
the plane's bomb bay at the Roswell Army Airfield.
Three victims were supposedly recovered from the final
crash site, and a team of archaeologists, coincidentally,
were in the area doing research on ancient Indians
at the time, Carey said. Among them was Curry Holden,
an archaeologist from Texas Tech in Lubbock, whom Carey
located in 1992.
Disk-shaped UFO photographed
in New Mexico
"Curry Holden said he saw everything - the
craft and the bodies," Carey said. Holden died a few months
later. Carey, an investigator for a private corporation,
said he started looking into Roswell 12 years ago "as a hobby."
But it became more than that. And now, he said, he and Schmitt
are in a race against time, as witnesses become scarcer.