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Philip Mantle interviews Dr. Marcel

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  • geoff@thewhyfiles.net
    In early July 1947, something crashed in the high desert outside of Roswell, New Mexico. Sheep rancher Mac Brazel discovered some strange metallic debris on
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      In early July 1947, something crashed in the high desert

      outside of Roswell, New Mexico. Sheep rancher Mac Brazel

      discovered some strange metallic debris on his land. Not

      knowing what it was he eventually took some of this debris

      into Roswell and reported it to the Sheriff's Office. They

      in turn contacted Roswell Army Air Force who housed the

      509th Bomb Wing, the only atomic bomb wing in the world

      at that time. RAAF dispatched two men to Roswell to look

      at his strange debris. One of these was base intelligence

      officer Major Jesse Marcel.



      On October 24th, 2007, Philip Mantle interviewed Dr. Marcel,

      son of Major Marcel, about his recollections of the incident

      at Roswell in 1947.



      Foe the transcript of this interview see:

      http://thewhyfiles.net/roswell6.html



      Geoff Richardson

      www.thewhyfiles.net


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