FBI Confirms Craft & Bodies Recovered From Roswell
FBI Confirms Craft & Bodies Recovered From Roswell
So Roswell, it seems, is real. A memo released by the FBI recounts details of three flying saucers and three diminutive humanoid bodies. picked by pocksucket 1 week ago
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 suckersk...
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 pocksuck...
1 week ago
« suckersklub : Hmmm...
Presumably indicating that you can't get to the document through that link.

Oddly I can't either, but if go onto vault page and search for Hottel I get the document, with the URL you link to:



I think perhaps more down to the way the page works than evidence of any attempt to reinstate the cover up.
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 delta
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And if you just browse, it turns out, the UFO is really hexagonal in shape and has a big balloon attached to the top:
hmm 2
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 suckersk...
1 week ago
« delta:And if you just browse, it turns out, the UFO is really hexagonal in shape and has a big balloon attached to the top:
hmm 2
Hmmm...



(I was rather indicating that I do not actually believe in The Telegraph coincidentially stumbling upon a document proving the existence of intelligent, humanoid extraterrestrial beings on earth on the internet. While I admit that doubting the authenticity of that document in the sense of "this is not an old file from an FBI archive" would be a far stretch, I have considerable doubt about it being a legitimate account of an encounter with an extraterrestrial species. Not even those bureaucrats would break the news like this, by simply waiting for someone to find it on their website. They'd either have made a public announcement right after the holdback period for classified document publication was over, or they would have continued covering it up as long as they considered necessary.

Also, they would have spent less money on the Cold War, Vietnam, Gulf Wars, War on Terror etc., but considerably more on the War on Extraterrestrials instead. I won't believe that until the Telegraph publishes those accounts, too.)

Edit: I've actually read the document in your screenshot now. Am I the only one to notice that this is not an actual FBI investigation, but a memo quoting an FBI agent quoting an "informant", almost three years after the incident? Frankly, I don't even dare estimating the number of times the authorities were approached by "informants" with intriguingly detailed knowledge about the Roswell incident, the spacecraft and its alien pilots, and the military covering it up. Unfortunately, being the FBI, they actually have to write it down each time (as long as they don't have invisible typewriters yet).

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 dollylla...
7 days ago
Oh is it that time again? Roswell Confirmation Season! It comes around every few years. Someone claims confirmation of flying saucers via some random government agency memo that accidentally gets into the "wrong hands". CIA, NSA, NASA, Air Force or FBI, any agency will do, it doesn't even have to have existed in the 50s. They are usually debunked within 24 hours.

That doesn't look like a government document from any agency. There would be an official agency or at least a US seal or logo. It also wouldn't say "Director, FBI" it would say the person's name and then the title. The author of the memo purports to be SAC, Strategic Air Command, a division of the AF. If he's a senior ranking officer his rank should be on the memo, if he's not he wouldn't presume to write to the "Director" of the FBI, he'd report it to his commander and up the ranks it would go. It looks like something I made up in PS.

I also think it's telling that it's made to look as if the word "States" has been xeroxed so often that a piece of paper or something eventually obstructed the word. When in fact it's an avenue of "plausible deniability" for lawyers should someone decide to sue for fraud.

Sorry for the spoiler :P
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 pocksuck...
7 days ago
« suckersklub : Hmmm...


Sigh...


So the stereotypes about Germans sucking the fun out of everything are true then
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 suckersk...
7 days ago
« pocksucket : Sigh...


So the stereotypes about Germans sucking the fun out of everything are true then
Yes.
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 drogue
6 days ago
« pocksucket:Sigh...


So the stereotypes about Germans sucking the fun out of everything are true then
Have you seen their porn?!

*j/k, SK*
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 suckersk...
6 days ago
« drogue : Have you seen their porn?!

*j/k, SK*
This offends me.
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 delta
5 days ago
« suckersklub : Hmmm...

Weird, what happened to the document that described the meteorological balloon propelled UFOs?
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 delta
5 days ago
« suckersklub : This offends me.
Yeah, thats what you get for watching German p0rn.
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