|The recollections of those involved in the "Roswell Incident" are vital to anyone who seeks to know the truth about what really happened in Roswell, New Mexico in July of 1947. The events connected with the "Roswell Incident" have forever changed the lives of those who claim involvement with the incident. The following represents just a few of the witnesses who came forward to share their accounts of the Roswell crash.
While some of the details in the following stories may differ slightly, there is one thing that remains constant: Something happened near Roswell during the first week of July 1947.
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wilmot: "The entire body glowed as though light were showing through from inside..."
W.W. "Mac" Brazel: "While doing an interview at KFGL radio in Roswell, Brazel was taken into custody by Military Police Officers."
Loretta Proctor: "...an aluminum foil-like piece that resumed its shape after it was crushed or bent..."
Gerald Anderson: "I felt that thing's fear, felt its depression, felt its loneliness. I relived the crash."
Glenn Dennis: "The officer inquired about child-sized hermetically sealed caskets."
Frank Kaufmann: "They were wearing skin-tight silver garments."
Maj. Jesse Marcel: "It was simply something he had never seen before."
2nd Lt. Walter Haut: "Haut was given an order...to write the press release stating that the RAAF had a crashed saucer in its possession."
Sgt. Robert Porter: "...the items in the packages were pieces of a flying saucer."
Sgt. Robert Slusher: "...the crate contained something other than pieces of metal."
Jim Ragsdale: "...peering inside the craft with a flashlight, [he] observed several small corpses."