FBI releases proof of Roswell UFO crash

The document purports to show an official Washington, D.C. report from the United States Air Force concerning the infamous Roswell, New Mexico saucer crash that occurred in the desert during July of 1947.

Terence Aym

The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation recently launched a new archive called The Vault. The archive contains old FBI documents that have been declassified and released for general public consumption.

Among the archives is a curious memo that is cryptically labeled as “SUBJECT: GUY HOTTEL (3-22-1950).”

The memo is from a Guy Hottel addressed to the FBI Director who at the time would have been its founder, J. Edgar Hoover.

Source: FBI Vault
Confirmation of saucer crashes and retrieval

Dated March 22, 1950, the document provides information on not one, but three retrievals of crashed saucers and some additional information about alien occupants claimed to be no more than 3-feet tall.

The controversial Roswell, New Mexico alien saucer crash and subsequent retrieval by the nearby atomic bomber Roswell Air Force base has been the subject of numerous articles, several best-selling books and a few Hollywood films.

If the FBI document is proved to be true, the so-called smoking gun evidence that the events really did take place has arrived.

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