A comprehensive, exclusive, in-depth exploration of the infamous Roswell UFO incident. Read the facts, sift through the evidence, and decide for yourself—are we alone?
In July 1947, something crashed in the desert near Roswell, New Mexico. What that object was, as well as what happened in the days following the crash, has been hotly disputed ever since. Did the United States government cover up the existence of an extraterrestrial UFO? Were alien bodies recovered from the crash site? Or was it all nothing more than the failed launch of a weather balloon?
As part of the Syfy Channel’s ongoing mission to separate fiction from fact, the network has sponsored an unprecedented, comprehensive archeological investigation of the crash site. Utilizing modern-day forensic tools, scientists from the University of New Mexico have explored deeper into the Roswell incident than anyone has before.
Now, for the very first time, discover the exclusive complete archeological report, including the final scientific conclusions of this landmark excavation and never-before-seen maps and photos of the crash site. This groundbreaking volume also takes you behind the scenes of the investigation with exclusive day-by-day personal journals and private company emails. You think you may know about Roswell, but now you’ll know the truth.
In this valuable addition to UFO literature, McAvennie pulls together a batch of documentary materials relating to an archeological dig made in 2002 on the site of the alleged UFO crash at Roswell, N.Mex., in July 1947. Sponsored by the Sci-Fi Channel, the book has a slight bias in favor of those who argue that there's been a cover-up of unacceptable proportions. To get the job done, the sponsors had to raise money, recruit volunteers and present a detailed plan to the supporting experts from the superb archeology department at the University of Mexico. Though equipped with the latest techniques and technology, the dig also faced such obstacles as no-show volunteers, wind, weather, high altitude and higher temperatures. The concluding report suggests that some of the objects found at the site require further analysis and that an impact can't be ruled out. One wishes success to this book, the planned two companions and the Sci-Fi Channel's suit under the Freedom of Information Act to secure any surviving documents from the Air Force, if only to reduce the backbiting and witch-hunting that divide skeptics and believers.