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Almost fifty years ago an incident occurred in the southwestern desert of the United States that could have significant implications for all mankind The incident was announced by the US military and denied by the US military and has remained covered-up in the government for the past fifty and hopefully not another fifty years It is not a hoax or false claim but rather a known event that is thoroughly documented It is the objective here is to summarize the details of the events and interviews of that event affirm the right of all people throughout the world to know the truth about what occurred and propose a course of action that will allow the truth to emergeIt was July 1947 the day started out just like any other day People of Roswell were going off to work going downtown shopping and the little ones were at playgrounds with their mothers Day in and day out townspeople would drive by the military without giving it much thought However this day in Roswell New Mexico would change the course of history and how the public thinks of themselves God and the outer limits of spaceRoswell New Mexico was in the middle of the desert Here was a vast open land where one could see miles around On this afternoon something very strange was about to happen In the clear skies of Roswell a very large craft ended its flight Was this a weather balloon or an Unidentified Flying ObjectThere were many eye-witness reports of alien creatures lying next to their destroyed crafts One or two may have survived for a few days The military quickly cornered off this area removing the particles and the bodies A local funeral director got a call for numerous child size coffins He was to deliver them to the rear of the military base Major Marcel was an officer on the scene who took part of the ship home He spoke
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