Glenn Dennis Interview, Witness At Roswell Army Air Force Hospital Concerning Recovered Alien Bodies
 Alien & UFOs
Saturday 6th, January 2024
Glenn Dennis, mortician and founder of the International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico is interviewed on the 19th of November 1990 relating to reportedly witnessing recovered alien bodies from the Roswell UFO crash.

The Roswell Incident

The Roswell UFO crash of 1947 stands as one of the most enduring and controversial incidents in the history of unidentified flying objects. Located near Roswell, New Mexico, the events surrounding this purported crash have fueled conspiracy theories, government cover up allegations, and speculation about extraterrestrial life.

The incident occurred in early July 1947 when a rancher named Mac Brazel discovered debris scattered across his property, approximately 30 miles north of Roswell. The debris consisted of metallic fragments, rubber strips, and pieces of lightweight material that Brazel couldn't easily identify. Intrigued by the unusual findings, he reported the discovery to local authorities.

In the initial reports, the U.S. Army Air Forces (USAAF) released a statement on July 8, 1947, claiming that they had recovered a "flying disc" from the crash site. This announcement made headlines across the country, sparking widespread interest and concern. The military's statement, however, was swiftly retracted the next day, replaced by a revised explanation that the debris actually belonged to a weather balloon.

The abrupt change in the official narrative raised suspicions among the public and fueled the burgeoning UFO phenomenon of the time. Critics argued that the government was involved in a cover up to conceal the true nature of the crash, suggesting that the debris was not from a weather balloon but rather from an extraterrestrial spacecraft.

Over the years, various individuals have come forward with claims that they witnessed the recovery of not just debris but also alien bodies from the Roswell crash site. These testimonies, often conflicting and controversial, have added layers of complexity to the Roswell saga. Some witnesses asserted that they saw military personnel handling non-human bodies, while others described seeing strange, hieroglyphic like symbols on the recovered debris.

In the years following the incident, the U.S. government attempted to put the controversy to rest by providing alternative explanations for the debris. In 1994, the Air Force released a report attributing the incident to Project Mogul, a top secret program aimed at monitoring Soviet nuclear tests using high altitude balloons equipped with sensitive listening devices. According to this explanation, the debris found by Brazel was remnants of a Project Mogul balloon.

The Roswell UFO crash remains a source of fascination and debate within the UFO community and beyond. While some believe that the incident is evidence of extraterrestrial visitation, others maintain that it was a case of misidentification and government secrecy. Despite the passage of decades, the Roswell UFO incident continues to captivate the public imagination.
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