Sunday, May 16, 2010

VERIFIED UFO CRASHES

May 16, 2010 By Stephen Ellis

To me, one of the most amazing things about UFOs is that there are still so many people who do not believe they exist. Despite the hundreds of thousands of sightings, photographs and videos, most people still do not believe they exist. Another amazing thing is how various governments around the world, have been able to keep the information about these UFOs “under wraps”.

Just about everyone has heard of the supposed UFO crash near Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. The U.S. military said it was a weather balloon although most of the actual witnesses say it was something completely different. The problems surrounding the Roswell crash are (a) that there is no consistency in the information released about it and (b) so many UFOlogists have expanded, elaborated and written-up so called facts concerning Roswell that have no bearing on the truth.

So let’s look at some of the other UFO crashes that have not received nearly as much publicity: Oh yes…there have been several UFO crashes that have been witnessed and photographed. All remains have been taken away and sent to labs for examination…and kept secret.

Let’s look at a few of them:

The first UFO crash that was recorded was in Aurora, Texas in 1897 (there were many before this one, but they were not recorded). There were several witnesses and newspaper items about the crash of a huge flying object near Aurora…six years before the Wright Brothers made the first, famous, flight at Kitty Hawk. Remnants of the metallic, crashed object in Aurora were dumped down a deep well by the superstitious residents who may have thought that God was raining down fire and brimstone upon them. That deep well, although now buried in a five-foot cube of concrete still emits strong radiation. For those who think it might have been a meteor, meteors contain very minimal radiation.

There was another crash in Aztec, Mexico in 1948. Witnesses said there were no remains other than a giant hole in the ground. But there were numerous witnesses who claim to have seen a disc-like object crash.

In 1953, there was another UFO crash in Arizona. There were a lot of witnesses who saw this saucer-shaped object crash. But not one word from our government about it.

In 1962, there was a UFO crash just north of Las Vegas adjacent to the Nellis Air Force Base.
Although there were more than a hundred Airmen who witnessed the crash, the government and military have been completely silent about it.

In 1967, more than five hundred residents of Nova Scotia saw a huge round object crash into the sea at Shag Harbor.

In 1969, there was a famous crash in Sverdolovsky, Russia. There are videos available about Russian troops and scientists examining the crashed disc-shaped object. This was witnessed by many. Some details have just been declassified by Russian authorities.

In 1974 in Lladro, Wales, there was a giant UFO crash. US military and scientists were invited to join the British in examining the wreckage. Not one word about the crash until the Brits recently declassified some information about it.

In 1974, there was a UFO crash in the Mexican State of Chihauhua; about thirty miles south of Texas. There are any number of photos and videos of the wreckage. Claims of alien bodies in the wreckage have been made, but no genuine proof offered.

On August 28, 1991 there was a crash of a UFO that Russian authorities claim measured approximately 600 meters long. The crash took place in the Shaitan Mazar region in the Tien Sham Mountains of Kyrgyzstan (near the border with China). To this date, Russian military and scientists have not been able to get too close to the wreckage because the radiation is so strong that even our radiation-protective suits have not been able to fully protect the scientists and military who want to examine it. The only photos of this crash were taken from high-flying aircraft and have been kept as classified documents.

So why do most people still deny UFOs exist?

Let me have your opinion. Stebrel@aol.com