Coyame Mexico UFO Crash
Mid-Air Collision Between a UFO and a Small Airplane



Coyame Mexico UFO Crash
Mid-Air Collision Between a UFO and a Small Airplane


The Coyame UFO incident was a reported mid-air collision between a UFO and a small airplane. Some conspiracy theorists believe the UFO was retrieved by a United States rapid response team assembled by military and intelligence agencies.


Cayome is in the desert of Chihuahua and is also the same desert that surrounds Roswell New Mexico and is about 40 miles (64.373 kilometers) from Texas borders.

An assumed object detected to be a meteor was being tracked until the object makes a thirty-five degree change in course that alerted the USAF as not being a meteor; an air defence alert was called but before any form of interception could be scrambled, the object turned to Mexican territory out of US.


The Coyame UFO incident was a reported mid-air collision between a UFO and a small airplane.

Some conspiracy theorists believe the UFO was retrieved by a United States rapid response team assembled by military and intelligence agencies.

The incident is said to have taken place on August 25th, 1974 near the town of Coyame, Chihuahua, close to the U.S.-Mexico border.

But within the twenty minutes the object disappearance from the radar. Fifty-two minutes after the disappearance, civilian radio traffic indicated that a civilian aircraft had gone down in that area.

But it was clear the missing aircraft had departed El Paso International to fly to Mexico City and not have been the object being tracked over the Gulf of Mexico. US authorities presumed a collision took place as both disappeared in the same area at the same time.

Base on the monitored radio traffic and satellite feedback and images the Mexican authorities found the missing plane with reports that a second plane on the ground a few miles from the first that stated the second plane was circular shaped and apparently in one piece although damaged.

Soon after that the Mexican military clamped a radio silence on all search efforts and any contacts to them were met with acting ignorance with total refusal of any cooperation.

The CIA and possibly as many as two additional government agencies immediately began forming a recovery team with all required military support, to take the disc by force.


On how the speed this team and its equipment were assembled suggests that this was either a well rehearsed exercise or have been done before.

Satellite, monitors and aircraft fly-over materials that day indicated that the convoy with the disc had stopped before reaching any inhabited areas or major roads.

The recon-intelligence showed no activity and there were signs of deaths and radio contact between the Mexican details and its headquarters had ceased.

The US recovery team, suited with anti bio-contaminant were over the Mexican convoy site at 16:53 inside Mexico, and by 17:14 hrs the recovered object was on its way to US territory with the disc then attached to a cargo cable on the Sea Stallion.

But before leaving the convoy site, the US recovery team gathered together the Mexican vehicles and bodies, the pieces of the civilian light plane involved in the mid-air collision and then destroyed all with high explosives.

The disc was eventually transferred to Wright-Patterson AF Base.

Another says that the disc was either transferred after that to another unnamed base, or was taken directly to this unknown base directly from Atlanta.

What happened to the impact metal debris suppose to be analyze as a suspected metal fusion of the plane and the UFO?

Regardless this was a good investigation by the UFO Hunters to establish an event since its been covered up.



The Coyame UFO incident first came to light in 1992, when an account of the case was mailed anonymously to a number of UFO researchers in the United States and Europe.

The document was titled "Research Findings on the Chihuahua Disk Crash" and was addressed "To All Deneb Team Members, From JS."

In Washington D.C., Elaine Douglass, of the UFO group Operation Right to Know, received a copy and forwarded it to Leonard Stringfield, who included it in his 1994 publication, UFO Crash Retrievals: Search for Proof in a Hall of Mirrors (Status Report VII).

Acknowledged as the first UFO researcher to give serious credence to reports of crashed UFOs, Stringfield wrote that the Coyame incident was "authoritatively written, using correct military terminology and, of note and unlike a hoax, draws a line between so-called hard evidence and that which is speculative."


After the report surfaced in 1992, the story of the Coyame UFO incident lay dormant until 2005, when producers of the cable television series UFO Files, shown on the History Channel, created a show based on the report.

The show, called "Mexico's Roswell," was one of several episodes about UFO crashes similar to the 1947 Roswell UFO Incident.

Written by Vincent Kralyevich and Scott Miller, "Mexico's Roswell" first aired on December 12th, 2005, and featured commentary by veteran UFO investigator Ruben Uriarte, the director of the Northern California chapter of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). Uriarte had previously investigated UFO cases in Mexico and was MUFON's liaison to Mexico's civilian UFO groups.

 




Coyame UFO Crash -
Mystery Pit  

Video taken by Noe Torres at site of a "mystery pit" located near alleged UFO crash site.

Audio commentary is from Torres and his co-author Ruben Uriarte, from interview by Captain Jack of WPRT.



Peguis Canyon,
Near Coyame UFO Crash Site


UFO Researchers Ruben Uriarte and Noe Torres filmed this video at Peguis Canyon, near the site of a UFO crash on 8/25/1975 at Coyame, Mexico.

The audio commentary is from Uriarte and Torres, being interviewed on WPRT.



UFO Files: Mexico's Roswell

The Coyame Mexico UFO Crash

A documentary about an event that has shaken Mexican UFO history.