Monday, July 11, 2011

The Truth About Roswell


Late for abduction?

Greatest cover-up ever!

For the first time since the alleged 1947 UFO crash near Roswell, NM, government officials are disclosing the truth about the event. It might be shocking to you, but the UFO never crashed near Roswell! Everything you have ever known about the Roswell Incident was simply a government cover-up. 

The UFO did crash in 1947, but it was in Colorado. People who witnessed the crash in the San Luis Valley disappeared without a trace.

To divert public interest from the site of the crash, responsible government agencies simply created a plausible myth and chose a far-away-in-the-middle-of-nowhere Roswell, NM, as the perfect spot to divert attention of the unsuspecting crowds. False information about the crash was disseminated as a maneuver to cover up the real events. Thus, the Roswell Incident was created, to a great dismay of the inhabitants of this quiet New Mexican town.  

This would also explain the abundance of UFO sightings in Colorado and the incredible luck of such in New Mexico.

The people of Roswell always knew that there was no such thing as the UFO crash in the New Mexican desert, but no one really paid attention to what they said. Instead, conspiracy theories were formulated to explain the alleged government cover-op. 

Now, more than half a century later, we are finally learning the truth about this 1947 UFO crash. We still need to find out what really happened to the captured crew of the space ship.

 The Roswell citizens are officially relieved from the embarrassing duty of holding the Annual Alien Parades. After a mediocre act in 2010, no such parade took place this year. The few remaining gift stores on Main Street will go out of business in no time and the town will be able to reclaim its South-Western charm.

By Dominique Allmon

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