Alien Crash Retrievals
There have been as many as 18 crashed alien flying saucers rcovered in the American Southwest. (©1997 William L. McDonald)
Alien Crash Retrievals
Be patient and stay with me here. Some researchers
say there have been as many as eighteen crash retrievals in the
southwest. Evidence for these other crash retrievals or C/Rs, as they’
called, is weak and sketchy. Most of the evidence consists of
Other possible crash
retrievals were first brought up by
Frank Scully. Scully had supposedly gotten the information from a
by Silas Newton. Newton had given his lecture about crashed flying
early March 1950 at Denver University. Newton had gotten his
information from a
Texas oilman named Leo GeBauer. GeBauer heard the information from a
who did some work for him and had done some work for the U.S. military.
information is fourth-hand with no documents and no confirming
later in 1978, another guy by the name
of Len Stringfield came forward and made the same claims about the
many more crash retrievals, and not just Roswell. He also had no
in the form of documents or witnesses. This makes everything more than
suspect except there are a few very interesting details. But first,
here is a
list of some other alleged saucer crash retrievals, including those
Stringfield think occurred.
Civilian finds dead alien in New Mexico desert.
near Socorro, New Mexico on June 1.
Crash in New Mexico.
Robert Morningsky says his
grandfather and others found a downed saucer and a live alien while on
Crash in Mexico.
Crash in California,
out in the desert. Unconfirmed story
about a film the military has in its possession showing a crashed
Recovered saucer in
Kingman, Arizona. Confirmed by
firsthand eyewitness Bill Uhouse.
Crash in Montana,
supposedly with military and civilian
Crash in the American
Crash in New Mexico,
with two alien bodies recovered.
Crash in the Paradise
Valley area of Arizona.
to the Undocumented Crash Retrievals
Although neither Frank
Scully nor Len Stringfield had any
concrete evidence of additional crash retrievals, here are some
Frank Scully describes
recovered saucer material in his
book Behind The Flying Saucers as being like lightweight,
aluminum, and also that pieces of recovered disks had “hieroglyphics”
on them. This was written more than twenty-five years before any
information came to light.
An FBI memo dated
March 31, 1950 (released by the Freedom
of Information Act) discusses a Texas oilman who is talking about
and recovered alien beings.
Another FBI memo dated
March 22, 1950 and addressed
directly to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover states that an Air Force
said three flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico. The memo
the government believed “radar interfered with the controlling
Researcher Ted Loman,
in trying to confirm or unconfirm
the alleged saucer crashes, discovered something very interesting.
researching back issues of local newspapers in the areas where the
supposedly had occurred he found that all the back issues were there
days of the crashes and the two days following them. All those back
the newspapers were missing. This included several different newspapers
in different towns, the towns closest to each crash site. In all the
years of newspaper records, those are the only ones missing.