The Roswell Incident

January 2000
Alien Invaders;2000, p6
The article presents an account of the Roswell Incident, which occurred on July 3, 1947, in Roswell, New Mexico. According to the story, William Brazil found scattered on the grounds outside his ranch, torn pieces of metal with writings on it. On July 8, people in the area said that the pieces of metal to be wreckage of a flying saucer. Scientists discarded their initial findings that the scraps were out of this world and declared that they were pieces of a weather balloon. A second story involved alien bodies being taken to Area 51.


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