The truth about the UFO crash at Roswell

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M. Evans, 1994 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 251 pages
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On July 5, 1947, a rancher came across the wreckage of an alien spacecraft in the high desert of New Mexico. Several days later, the bodies of five extraterrestrials were discovered near the alleged crash site. The Air Force moved in and removed all evidence of the crash. This book contains new material about this curious incident and draws on interviews and other sources to investigate what really happened. Photos. Showtime movie pending.

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The truth about the UFO crash at Roswell

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Did a UFO crash in 1947 near Roswell, New Mexico? Did the U.S. Army Air Force recover the craft and its dead or dying crew? Was there a subsequent cover-up? Randle and Schmitt examine and compare the ... Read full review

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A very interesting and convincing collection of evidence that makes your mind work as you read it. It definitely made me think twice that maybe all wasn't as it seemed in Roswell.... Read full review

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Kevin D. Randle is a captain in the U.S. Air Force Reserve and an authority on alien abduction. He has been a guest on many televisions programs focusing on extraterrestrial activity including," Unsolved Mysteries, Larry King Live, Good Morning America, Alien Autopsy "and "Maury Povich." He co-authored the bestselling" UFO: Crash at Roswell," which later became a popular Showtime movie, and "The Abduction Enigma."

Donald R. Schmitt is coauthor of two best-selling books on Roswell, one of which became the TV movie Roswell. He has appeared frequently on TV and radio, including Oprah. CBS 48 Hours, the Today Show, and many more programs. He resides in Hubertus, Wisconsin. Both authors were consultants for the Sci-Fi Channel's documentary, The Roswell Crash.

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