On 7 July 1947, around 75 miles north of the town of Roswell in New Mexico, debris from a highly classified project used by the US Army Air Force (the precursor to the US Air Force) to detect atomic bomb tests in the Soviet Union, was recovered from a ranch after being reported by ranch worker William Brazel.
Intrigued by the idea of flying saucers, Brazel gathered some of the debris and went to Roswell where he told Sheriff George Wilcox about his find. According to reports he "whispered kinda confidential like". Wilcox immediately reported the encounter to the USAAF base at Roswell which promptly sent agents to visit the ranch, but not before the press picked up the story.
The sequence of events was triggered by the crash of a Project Mogul balloon near Roswell. On July 8, 1947, the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) public information officer Walter Hout, issued a press reliase stating that personnel from the field's 509th Operations Group had recovered a "flying disc", which had crashed on a ranch near Roswell.

The military decided to conceal the true purpose of the crashed device –nuclear test monitoring – and instead inform the public that the crash was of a  weather ballons. Later that day, the press reported that  Commanding General of the Eight Air Force Roger Ramey had stated that a weather balloon was recovered by the RAAF personnel. A press conference was held, featuring debris (foil, rubber and wood) said to be from the crashed object, which matched the weather balloon description. Historian Robert Goldberg wrote that the intended effect was achieved: "the story died the next day''.

All of this information was reflected in the book, Moore and Berlitz. The authors tried to reconstruct the chronology of events, which was hidden from the public senior military officers.

In 1984 two well-known ufologists both their home addresses came parcel with no return address. They contained a manifest of film reel. As it turned out, it was absolutely secret documents dated November 18, 1952.
The documents explicitly states that in 1947 near Roswell crashed flying saucer with the crew members on board. Alien bodies were taken to a secret military base to explore. Subsequently, these materials called "Majestic 12"
After the video rumors that after the accident, one of the of extraterrestrial pilots survived. For a year he was held in military hospitals and thoroughly studied. But humanoid died in 1948 from the ordinary earth infections, absolutely safe for earth people.  
Several people claimed to have seen debris scattered over a wide area and at least one person reported seeing a blazing aircraft in the sky shortly before it crashed, but the key account came from a former mortician, Glenn Dennis, who claimed in 1989 that a friend who worked as a nurse at the Roswell Army Air Field had accidentally walked into an examination room where doctors were bent over the bodies of three creatures. They apparently resembled humans, but with small bodies, spindly arms and giant bald heads.

In the 1994  the investigative agency of Congress demanded documents concerning the Roswell incident of military archives. Nothing secret and unusual was found. Senior military officials have admitted that in 1947, journalists were not those fragments of a weather balloon. 

In fact, here was dropped the weather balloon . He was developed as part of the so-called project "Mogul". Similar probes were designed for the transport of listening disks. The goal they had one - spying against the Soviet Union. The test program also included the dropping of mannequins with balloons.
 this is the mannequins
PROJECT MOGUL (sometimes referred to as Operation Mogul) was a top secret project by the US Army Air Forces involving microphones flown on high-altitude balloons, whose primary purpose was long-distance detection of sound waves generated by Soviet atomic bomb tests. The project was carried out from 1947 until early 1949. The project was moderately successful, but was very expensive and was superseded by a network of seismic detectors and air sampling for fallout, which were cheaper, more reliable, and easier to deploy and operate.



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