Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Deathbed UFO Confession About Roswell

But last week came an astonishing new twist to the Roswell mystery.

Lieutenant Walter Haut was the public relations officer at the base in
1947 and was the man who issued the original and subsequent press releases after
the crash on the orders of the base commander, Colonel William Blanchard.

Haut died last year but left a sworn affidavit to be opened only after
his death.
Last week, the text was released and asserts that the weather
balloon claim was a cover story and that the real object had been recovered by
the military and stored in a hangar. He described seeing not just the craft, but
alien bodies. He wasn't the first Roswell witness to talk about alien

Local undertaker Glenn Dennis had long claimed that he was contacted by
authorities at Roswell shortly after the crash and asked to provide a number of
child-sized coffins.

When he arrived at the base, he was apparently told by a nurse (who
later disappeared) that a UFO had crashed and that small humanoid
extraterrestrials had been recovered. But Haut is the only one of the original
participants to claim to have seen alien bodies.

Well, well, well. A practical joke to last years after he's gone or loyalty until the end in which concern for mankind wins out over military orders?

Hard to tell. But the article makes a good point. This guy could have made a lot of money while he was retired and alive, but chose not too.

I was leaning towards a secret government aircraft, but this has me thinking twice again.

Besides, what's the point of lyin' when you're dyin'?

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