Bombshell FBI Memo Reveals A UFO Did Crash In Roswell, New Mexico

More and more evidence is coming out that UFO's may be real and have landed in the United States and it's coming from the place that has long denied existence of them.... our own government.

The document that has come out goes all the way back to 1950, and is about an incident that happened in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. The document references an object that crashed in Roswell and was retrieved by US Army officers. Soon after that happened, a press release was issued, saying a "flying disc" had been recovered. Shortly after, that statement was retracted and officials said it was a weather balloon. That was the story for many years until the 1970s, when a retired Army officer claimed he grabbed the items from the crash and they were indeed, extraterrestrial.

This document is in the FBI's Vault, with thousands of other records. The document is an internal memo from 1950, and the subject is, "Flying Saucers." It is to then FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover, and it is from the head of the Washington DC Field Office. The memo discusses how an Air Force investigator reported three flying saucers discovered in New Mexico.

It also describes the aliens.... the memo says that each aircraft had "three bodies of human shape but only three feet tall dressed in a metallic cloth of a very fine texture." The memo goes on to say that these saucers crashed in Roswell, because of a "a very high-powered radar" device that the government has there, which interfered with the UFOs' "controlling mechanisms."

This is all plenty of evidence for the FBI to admit to UFO's crashing on our planet, which they now have done, correct? Not so fast. The FBI is trying to minimize this particular memo, by saying it didn't come out until three years after the Roswell crash, and it may not even be referring to that incident.

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