In early July 1947, something crashed near the U.S. Air Force base at Roswell, New Mexico. Officially, it was a weather balloon. However, there were folks in the community as well at the base itself who believed that something from another world had crashed at Roswell instead.
What happened next was nothing short of bizarre. The Air Force Chief of Staff personally flew all the way from Washington, D.C., to check out the scene. He then personally supervised both the cleaning up of the wreckage and the subsequent transportation of the wreckage 1,700 miles across the USA all the way to an Air Force base in Ohio. There the wreckage was placed in a hangar, Hangar #18 to be precise. Once done, the wreckage completely disappeared from the official record. There is not even so much as a single surviving document that even so much as mentions the wreckage after i was placed inside Hangar #18. .
As you can tell, the official story just simply does not make any sense. If the wreckage was simply that of a mere weather balloon, then why did the U.S. Air Force go to all this hassle? Why is there no further mention of this wreckage even though it was transported over nearly 2,000 miles? These questions, and many others, have bothered a great many folks who believe, with good reason, that the U.S. Government has not been honest with them.
And what was the role of the so-called "Mainstream Media" including the Chicago Sun-Times? It has unmercifully trashed all those who dare to ask questions of what the U.S. Government has done in their name, with their hard earned taxpayer dollars. You see, anyone who does not automatically drink the Official Kool-Aid is a "crackpot" whose ideas have no merit whatsoever.
And then the "Mainstream Media" wonders just why they have so little credibility in the eyes of the American people.