1947 Missouri Crash Site Debris (Website)
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> I have corrected the spelling errors only. The use of
> capitals isn't grammatically correct, but seems to be
> part of the style.
> (Alien UFO) crash site debris CSD
> 1947 Missouri Crash Site Debris
> ALL Material has been SOLD
> This page is for Reference ONLY
> We will not be offering any more material as the
> replacement price is too high.
> You probably haven't heard about this material (CSD)
> before... but you will. It has been introduced at The
> big Tucson show this February ('98). We understand
> that the author of "Love is in the Earth", MELODY,
> and some other large metaphysical companies will be
> offering this material for sale. Before the year is
> out this material will be a "must have". And you saw
> it here first !
> This may well be the most exciting UFO news in years,
> and you can own a piece of History ....Read on.......
> [Link: Visit this site for more information about
> crash sites.]
> This is a fantastic story, and while the majority of
> visitors to this page will no doubt remain skeptical
> at best, I will never the less attempt to relate this
> intriguing tale as best I can.
> According to a published article by the nationally
> well known author Melody, and released at the 1998
> Tucson gem and mineral show, testing has revealed
> that the green and gray material (CSD) contains
> "Perfect Cristobalite Stars". These "Stars" show up
> in microscopic photos. "Other components include a
> chilled-porous crust, and silvery metallic balls
> (Iron 99.2% Pure); Some of the constituents are:
> Pyroxene with a composition between Hedenbergite and
> Johannesite, Magnesium, and significantly, 15 Rare
> Earth Minerals !"
> For pictures of material for sale - scroll down !
> Part 1
> How we came to know about this special Alien crash
> site debris (CSD)
> About a year ago during a routine sales call one of
> our best mineral/meteorite suppliers told us that he
> had met a fellow rockhound at the site in Arizona
> where they were both collecting specimens. As they
> started to chat our vendor told the new fellow about
> how he was into meteorites and had quite a collection
> and sold them as well. The stranger said that he too
> was into meteorites but that he had a come in contact
> with a source of some most amazing material ever and
> wanted to know if our vendor was interested ?
> The rest as they say is history. Our friend joined
> into a limited partnership with the source for the
> purpose of testing and distribution.
> Being two Aquarians, of course we had to have some
> and invested in a small quantity. Several of our
> local customers/friends also bought pieces, a few of
> which were made into the most unique jewelry in the
> world. All of us (locally) invested in this material
> long before it was tested and confirmed. We believe
> that as the word spreads from Tucson and it begins to
> be promoted that the price of this rare material
> could easily sky rocket to $1000. per gram or more.
> We waited and waited for testing results to come in
> and either verify that we did indeed buy a piece of
> history or that we had just bought some foundry slag
> or whatever. The story goes on as samples that were
> presented for testing turned up mysteriously missing,
> and time seemed to go into a slow motion time warp.
> Finally results started to trickle in and it looks
> like there is enough evidence to have justified our
> investment after all.
> While we were waiting for the lab results to come in
> we took a piece to one of our friends that had a
> psychic gift since childhood and asked him to tell us
> whatever he could about the material. What happened
> was truly amazing.
> After a meditation concentrating on the impressions
> of this material, he did what we call "Automatic"
> drawing. It is like what Edgar Cayce did only Cayce
> used someone else to write down what transpired
> during the trance like secessions.
> Any way, our friend drew several "frames" of his
> impressions, which captured how this debris came to
> be and what happened. The drawings revealed a fiery
> crash scene showing the general area where the crash
> took place, plus several other "frames" depicting the
> scene and related impressions including what appears
> to be a 40's military base and military vehicles. It
> is absolutely eerie, and we believe that one day this
> will all come out and be well documented by those who
> can do a professional job of investigative
> Packets of information are available for $20.00 to
> help offset the cost of copying and mailing. These
> packets include , lab reports, copies of newspaper
> accounts around the time of the crash, verifying that
> the UFO sightings were witnessed by local Missouri
> residents and reporters, cover sheets that tell about
> the material as analyzed so far, and copies of the
> "Automatic" drawings.
> Now consider one thing here, any reputable scientific
> lab that has done or will do testing of this material
> will not jeopardize their standing and reputation in
> the scientific community by deliberately labeling
> this material as "Spacecraft Crash Debris".
> They will all have to continue there regular business
> and will not want to be called to task for declaring
> this material extraterrestrial alien ship material.
> It just won't happen that way, what you hope for is
> that the materials found in the debris will end up as
> "UNKNOWN" or at least components will fall out of
> limits of materials found on earth in some distinct
> way. This is the case with the small IRON spheres
> that are almost pure Iron, and the GRAY appearing
> areas that have been labeled "UNKNOWN". What else
> would one expect from a main stream scientific lab?
> Remember they are not into UFO's as most don't
> acknowledge their existence at this time, at least
> not openly to the public.
> In a nut shell what we know at this time (March '98)
> *The crash was not a whole ship, but rather a pod or
> some sort of module that was jettisoned from the main
> craft, thus no BODIES were found.
> *The location was possibly in the St. Joe, Missouri
> *The time was in July 1947 about the same time as the
> Roswell incident took place.
> *The crash site debris is not natural, not a
> meteorite, and has some components whose properties
> fall out of expected measurements for the same
> material found on Earth either naturally occurring or
> man made. It also has some components that has
> chemical properties of unknown material or atomic
> *There is a very good reason you have never heard of
> this material or crash. It fell on private property
> in a rural area, and the owners hide and buried the
> material after reading accounts of what was happening
> to the residents of the Roswell incident and the
> Military involvement. They didn't want to go through
> the possible ridicule and turmoil by revealing the
> *The original people (owners) are now dead and it is
> their son who has recovered the material after all
> these years and is trying to get as wide of
> distribution as possible. Not only to earn money but
> to make it difficult to have another government cover
> up. This is the main reason that specific details of
> location etc. are still and will probably remain a
> mystery. Who would want hundreds or thousands of
> people digging up your property or invading your
> privacy ?
> *The testing was done without commenting on the
> nature of the samples being submitted. Just that they
> might be a new mineral find. They were tested at two
> Western Universities and a private chemical testing
> *Extraordinary chemistry analysis includes:
> *99.05% Pure Iron spheres evenly distributed
> throughout the material.
> *There is an orange-brown material around the spheres
> that is "unknown", thought to be possibly magnesium
> A similar material was found in a fragment of UFO
> recovered in Washington D.C. July 1952.
> *A gray looking material area within the samples is a
> unknown material with composition that falls between
> Johannesite and Hedenbergite. The material for now is
> called Gellerite after the first scientist to
> seriously study the crash site debris (CSD).
> *It contains 220 times the level of Bismuth, 30 times
> the level of Antimony, 11 times the level of Mercury,
> and 8 times the level of Silver normally found in
> average continental crust samples.
> The "Black Stuff" SOLD
> [Link] This is a peek at the "BLACK Material". It has
> not yet been as thoroughly tested as the green - gray
> material. At least not to the point where we wish to
> market it to the general public. It is here for
> reference only at this time, to let you know that
> there is more to this story to unfold.
> What you are looking at here are slices from a long
> "tube like" structure. This material has some very
> unusual thermal dynamic properties as well as an
> unusually high assay content of precious metals. It
> appears to be nothing more than a course black
> graphic looking material, but looks can be deceiving.
> This may eventually prove be the real smoking gun
> surrounding this whole story. Pictured is about 6.5
> grams. The early guess is that this material may well
> have something to do with the propulsion or fuel
> systems of the craft. It is very clear that these
> pieces come from a quite separate component of the
> wreckage than does the green - gray material.
> Part II - Own a Piece of History
> Small pieces of the CSD for sale
> To place an order please email or call toll free
> 1-888-255-1175 between 10 & 6 M/F or 10 & 5 Saturday
> Central time. Please refer to the LOT NUMBER under
> each picture. The smaller pieces are selling quickly,
> call or email as soon as you make up your mind that
> you want a particular pieces. Most pieces are
> polished on one or more sides to bring out the
> Click on thumbnail images for expanded view:
> Lot #1-1.0b - 1.0 gram piece $100.00 >SOLD< for
> reference only
> Lot #3 0.7 grams <SOLD>
> Lot #3 0.8 grams $80.00 SOLD
> Lot #3 0.9 grams $90.00 <SOLD>
> Lot #3 0.9 grams (b) $90.00 SOLD
> Lot #3 1.0 grams $100.00 SOLD
> Lot #3 1.4 grams $140.00 SOLD
> lot #3 1.4 grams (b) $140.00 SOLD
> Lot #3 1.5 grams $150.00 SOLD
> Lot #3 1.7 grams $170.00 SOLD
> Lot #3 1.8 grams $180.00 SOLD
> Lot #3 1.9 grams $190.00 SOLD
> Lot # 1-34.9 34.9 grams $2,800.00 SOLD
> Lot # 2-12.5 12.5 grams $1,125.00 SOLD
> Lot # 2-3.8 3.8 grams $380.00 SOLD
> Lot # 2-3.0 3.0 grams $300.00 SOLD
> Lot # 2-2.5 2.5 gram piece $250.00 SOLD
> Lot #1-2.5a 2.5 gram piece $250.00 SOLD
> Lot # 2-2.0 2.0 grams $200.00 SOLD
> New Spirit Jewelers
> & Crystal Gallery
> 1918 E. Capitol Dr.
> Shorewood, WI.
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> your comments -
> deal directly with
> the owners,
> Diane Vandeveld and
> Mike McKnight