Aztec 1948 UFO Crash
UFO of Extraterrestrial Origin Crashed in Aztec, New Mexico



 
Aztec 1948 UFO Crash
UFO of Extraterrestrial Origin Crashed in Aztec, New Mexico

Did an Extraterrestrial UFO crash in Aztec, New Mexico or was it just a hoax?

On March 25th, 1948 a UFO spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin crashed in a place called Aztec, New Mexico.

Sixteen alien bodies were discovered dead inside. The alien bodies and all evidence of their spacecraft were soon transported by government officials to Wright Patterson Air force Base where all traces of this event disappeared in secrecy.

This program documents the shocking facts around this disturbing mystery and includes interviews with leading UFO researchers, a walking tour of the crash site, a tour of the secret US radar station that tracked the UFO crash and the story of an intensive government investigation into alien biology and space technology.


While some people insist that this incident was an actual UFO crash with alien bodies, others say it was just a fraud. 


Skeptics suspect the unidentified "informant" was probably either Silas Newton or Leo GeBauer, who they say conned Scully, and likewise was telling stories to the Air Force and FBI.

The Aztec, New Mexico UFO incident was a hoaxed flying saucer crash perpetrated against writer Frank Scully by oil conmen.

Like Scully's story, to an FBI memo, dated March 22nd, 1950, on the surface seems to confirm three flying saucer crashes in New Mexico.

It states: "An investigator for the Air Forces stated that three so-called flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico."

It then goes on to say that "According to Mr. XXXXXX, informant, the saucers were found in New Mexico due to the fact that the Government had a very high-powered radar set-up in the area and it is believed the radar interferes with the controlling mechanism of the saucers".

 
On March 25, 1948 it was claimed that a UFO spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin crashed in a place called Aztec, New Mexico. Sixteen alien bodies were discovered dead inside.

 


UFOs ET and the Cold War - Lt. Col. Wendelle Stevens

Retired US Air Force Lt. Col. Wendelle Stevens has researched UFOs and alien contact for decades.
This is his last presentation for the conference that he founded, the UFO Congress.
Sadly he recently passed away. This video is posted free to the public in his memory.



Aztec 1948 UFO Crash


"UFO Hypotheses featuring Wendelle Stevens: UFO Crash Near Aztec, New Mexico: A Social Tragedy," in which 83-year-old Air Force Lt. Colonel (retired) Wendelle C. Stevens, one of the world's most renowned UFO investigators, describes for the first time on record the events surrounding his book regarding the crash retrieval of a downed alien spacecraft north of Los Alamos government laboratories from March 25th,1948.

The consistent government harassment of witnesses and investigators, the mysterious deaths of several researchers, an assassination plot discovered by California police on the life of co-author William S. Steinman, and Stevens subsequent harrassment and then five-year imprisonment on charges he claims to this day were untrue.

In the fourth DVD of the "UFO Hypotheses" series, we examine together the foundation of our modern ownership by a group of ruthless, genocide-promoting European banking "aristocracy" and the deeds of their corporate spawn, setting the stage for their control of the government and political direction of the United States at the time a UFO crashed in the high desert of nothwestern New Mexico on March 25th, 1948, exactly 59 years earlier than the release of this documentary.

Those in power who controlled the space-travelling vehicle of non-Earth origin were the representatives of this European banking syndicate, many of whom were part of the U.S. military and U.S. corporate leadership so this documentary presents, supported by a number of distinguished journalists and professors cited in this "Chapter One of Seventeen: The Rise of Big Oil" in another UFOHypotheses.com series by Under-Appreciated Science Productions. Intended for mature audiences.