The Roswell incident is an event happened at Roswell (New Mexico, USA) in July 1947, in which the second dell'ufologia supporters there would be the crash of a UFO. The first press release published by the Roswell Air Base on 8 July 1947 he spoke in fact just a "flying saucer". The official statement of U.S. authorities, however, was that it was a simple ball probe. The theory of the fall of an alien artifact has become popular with the media and among ufologist, such that between June 2 and July 3 in 1947 would have occurred phenomena ufologist character in this city and in nearby Corona (California), culminating July 2 with the crash in the desert of a hypothetical spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin.
The story began July 3 1947 in Roswell, an isolated village of New Mexico, where the owner of a ranch, W. W. Mac Brazel, found the remains of the metal in the property where he worked for this and contacted the Sheriff of Roswell.
For ten days Roswell became caught the U.S. Air Force and the desert surrounding the city was enclosed and kept under surveillance, after days of research Aeronautics reported that the mysterious object fell at Roswell was a balloon probe that had detections on the weather. The Roswell Daily Record newspaper, 8 July 1947, announced on its front page the "capture" of a "flying saucer". The event found space in other local newspapers, to filter later in the national, beginning with a real media phenomenon.
On 8 July of that year, he announced to the aviation radio and newspapers, that the mysterious accident was caused by a flying saucer. Came the FBI.
After several days of discussions, the soldiers showed Roswell scrap a balloon, which was used for the research program Mogul, a surveillance system designed to monitor Soviet activities in the nuclear field.
Over the years there were several messages from the residents of Roswell about the Air Force and FBI. Some people said that sometimes the staff of the aircraft was carrying wreckage and bodies in non-human FBI truck. All these allegations were denied by the U.S. government.
Spouses Wilmot claimed later that one month before the accident they had seen a flashing object on the road to Roswell, the couple reported that they fell from the car and they remained for about a minute to observe the object: this was apparently a oval-shaped and adopted a light, went very fast, but not issued any noise.
Around June 3 local radio said that the farm of Foster had been found flying discs, the news was interrupted dall'FBI that interrupted on that day all the radio programs of Roswell and Corona.
For about a week Brazel was accepted dall'aeronautica to say all he had seen at the ranch where he worked, when it was issued, denied that he had previously stated.
The newspapers that are dedicated to the Roswell event were many: most described the event by giving credit to the hypothesis alien, then spoke of the crash of a UFO, some spoke instead of a cover (cover-up). It was the birth of a popular UFO conspiracy theory survived until today.
According to ufologist June 30 of that year F. Kaufmann, NCO of a polygon of aeronautics, was sent with a squadron in a stream, where they found a spaceship at a triangular shape, with notches suscritte; within walking distance dall'astronave the squadron had found five bodies of extraterrestrials, and on site would be called for doctors to perform autopsies.
The FBI in July of 1947 had sent a telegram to J. Edgar Hoover, then director of the Federal Bureau, which indicated the discovery of an extraterrestrial object array and its components.
The version of the discovery of a flying saucer was immediately denied by senior army. In particular, by General Roger M. Ramey, who officially declared that those belonged to scrap high-altitude balloon Rawin probe used for meteorological research. The more Jesse Marcel was photographed with a scrap ball in hand. Following the denial of official government local people who were witnesses of the facts declared stopped talking about it. The army, in agreement with the government, claimed that it was merely allegations and the civil authorities is adapted to this version of events.
The first witness was a crash dell'ipotetico contadino of Corona, a Mac Brazel. The man claimed to have heard a strong explosion from his ranch and that the next day, left home, noticed fragments of strangers to him throughout his ranch and the surrounding area, the man brought the most to sheriff of Roswell, George Wilcox. The sheriff, in turn, judged them very strange and led them to look at the military base in Roswell. Here, the more Jesse Marcel and the team deemed them not belonging to a missile or a balloon, but probably belonging to a spaceship.
The news of the fall of a UFO was immediately contradicted by the press, in which senior military communicate that more detailed research led to light the remains of a ball probe.
The then Lieutenant Walter Haut, who had a mandate to heal the public relations of the military base in Roswell and was responsible for the famous press release of 8 July 1947, he left a statement signed and sealed to be opened only after his death (on 15 December 2005). In it he says in essence that the first version published in the press release in question was exactly truthful about the facts: "I am convinced that what I personally looked was a type of plane and its crew from another area."
Conspiracy theories and ufologist
According to the proponents of the theory of the fall of a spaceship, the officers found the main body of the disc wheel and a few miles away they found the bodies of the extraterrestrials that would have been driving underscores.
All this was brought to the military base to Wright Patterson and, after several years of research and studies, the UFO and the remains of aliens would be transferred within the so-called Area 51, a U.S. military base that for this reason since then has a People's level of a certain reputation.
After the Roswell case, the U.S. began to deny the hard UFO cases. This was interpreted by supporters dell'ufologia and conspiracy theories as the beginning of a "conspiracy of silence", which would be the attempt by the governments of secretaire want the truth about contacts with aliens.
Santilli dell'autopsia movie of an alien
In 1991, a producer in London, the Ray Santilli, said they came into possession of a few reels of film to regain one of the aliens at Roswell precipitated in 1947.
The producer said that while looking for music videos of the famous singer Elvis Presley, a former U.S. cameramen, Jack Barnett (pseudonym), had sold the film that showed the autopsy from two doctors to a hypothetical extraterrestrial, what according to ufologist is the description of a gray medium.
Filming in black and white, are sound and have some cuts. In 1994, the movie arrives in Italy, sent broadcast by the television program Rai Mysteries, led by Lorenza Foschini.
The sequences were very sensation but, as a result of numerous studies conducted on the frames and the presumed location of the laboratory, experts have classified the film as absolutely false. Telephones, electrical outlets and other details that are classified in the shooting, are indeed anachronistic compared to 1947, the year of the alleged crash underscores.