It becomes very difficult to judge the truth of events that happened almost 70 years ago. However, the story excerpt below comes from the big British news organization, The Daily Express. That lends a certain amount of credibility.
An FBI memo that has come under scrutiny following freedom of information requests even suggests each “saucer” contained three bodies of three-foot tall aliens in the legendary “alien” incident.
The Roswell incident, in July 1947, went down in UFO folklore after the US Air Force announced it had found the remains of what was suspected of being a crashed flying saucer in the New Mexico desert near the town.
The next day it retracted the statement amid claims it was later identified as a weather balloon.
UFO chasers have forever since believed it was a major cover-up and that the US military actually discovered the craft and the bodies of alien pilots.
The FBI memo now in the spotlight, dated from 1950 – three years after the Roswell incident – said each of three “saucers” contained three bodies of three-foot tall humanoid occupants, making nine aliens in total.
Museum workers stumbled across the document as as they were preparing to open the Hakui Centre for UFO Research in the coastal city of Hakui, 310 miles west of Tokyo, Japan, back in 1994.
But it has only come to light again after subsequent documents released under the US Freedom of Information Act suggested the FBI was so concerned about the museum opening, it opened up its own file on the proposals.
The original 1950 memo suggested the US military found three metallic, saucer-shaped objects, complete with occupants, near New Mexico, in the USA.
This subject matter is outside my area of expertise, but given the ease with which the federal government lies, it’s within the realm of possibility that we have had alien contacts over the years, including at Roswell.