Legendary folklorist Mark Twain wasn’t the only famous American to be born in the year of Halley’s Comet and to die in the year of its next return. So was my friend and mentor, Dr. J. Allen Hynek. The year Twain died, 1910, was the year Hynek was born. This May would have been Dr. Hynek’s 101st birthday.
On July 8, 1947 the US Army announced to the world its capture of a flying saucer outside of Roswell, New Mexico. Newspapers around the world carried the banner headline. Lt. Walter Haut, the public-information officer at the Roswell Army Air Field, had a stack of phone messages on top of his desk more than six inches high.
Article By: Thomas J. Carey Building upon their #1 best-seller, Witness to Roswell: Unmasking the 60-Year Cover-Up [Career Press/New Page Books, 2007], investigative authors Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt have delivered another “page-turner” with their new expanded and updated sequel for 2009 entitled, Witness to Roswell: Uncovering the Government’s Biggest Cover-Up. Following the same format […]
Article By: Thomas J. Carey Everyone has seen a movie or a play at some time or other in his or her life that has involved the invocation of that time-honored theatrical technique known as “suspension of disbelief” [hereinafter referred to as “SOD”] by which the audience is required to believe a premise that […]
Article By: Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt Shortly after 1 PM on the afternoon of July 8, 1947, a silver, Boeing B-29 “Super Fortress” bomber taxied up to the Flight Operations Building at Roswell Army Air Field. This was no ordinary flight, even by RAAF standards [the RAAF at the time was […]
Article By: Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt Were it not for William Ware “Mack” Brazel (1899-1963), there would never have been a Roswell Incident – at least not one known to the general public. In July 1947, the 48- year-old Brazel was scratching out a living as foreman of the J. B. […]
Article By: Don Schmitt The long rumored retrieval of a craft of unknown origin outside of Roswell, New Mexico in July of 1947 has apparently been solved – again. The US Government was wrong. The US Army Air Corps was wrong. The US Air Force was wrong. Moreover, and even more amazing, over 500 […]