The Roswell Crash… Alien Spacecraft or Mogul Service Flight?

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PROPERTIES OF THE MATERIAL

During Mac Brazel’s newspaper interview on July 9, 1947, there was no mention of material with amazing properties. The only description he gave was
that the paper found was “tough.” You would think he would have mentioned something in the newspaper interview to help substantiate his claim and “go
on record” it was a possible crashed saucer. This would help lead him to the $3,000 reward offered at the time for recovery of a flying saucer/disc by
papers.

You also have the stories that claim Brazel was seen around town with two military men who coerced him to change his story. What part of his story?
The material he mentions in his newspaper interview is basically the same as what Jesse Marcel mentions:
– Very small wood or balsa-like sticks.
– Foil-like material.
– Parchment.

To Brazels:
– Sticks
– Tinfoil
– Paper

With those three materials, they both still describe what is used to make a radar target. The military coercion story has to be created because
Brazel goes into more detail adding rubber strips, eyelets, and Scotch tape which describes, without a doubt, radar targets that were being launched
80 miles away in Alamogordo.

It’s claimed those two military men waited for him outside of the KLSA studio when he gave his interview. Were these men who “coerced” him in what to
say, upset by these comments made:


they simply could not reconstruct it all. They tried to make a kite out of it, but could not do that and could not find a way to put it back
together so that it would fit.

Brazel said that he had previously found two weather balloons on the ranch, but what he found this time did not in any way resemble either of
these.

Those statements throw a wrench into the weather balloon “cover story” that the military came up with. Doesn’t he put into jeopardy the “pay off” that
the military supposedly gave him? Why would he jeopardize jail time, threats, a pay off, or whatever the claim is, by making those statements? It
doesn’t add up. What does add up is that Brazel was being 100% honest in his statement in the newspaper. Giving details of exactly what he found
ending with the true confusion that the debris didn’t match any weather balloon he had found previously. This confusion (and reward) leads him to
Roswell with the debris and his questioning. This fits true to the story.

Jesse Marcel’s comments began with UFOlogist Stanton Friedman calling and talking to him. This 30+ year old story didn’t freely come about because
Marcel was aching to get this amazing UFO/alien tale out. It came with the biased promotion and retelling encouraged by UFOlogists. In fact, during
his Bob Pratt interview in 1979 he said: “I’d just about dismissed the whole thing from my mind.” He hadn’t even thought about the incident until it
was mentioned. That doesn’t sound like someone hanging on to an amazing tale of unforgettable materials with super alien properties. With that said,
what I believe to be 30+ year old embellishment of properties of this material and the possible unusual nature of it in comparison to what was
familiar, is below.

The Support Sticks/Beams

Weather Balloons:
On weather balloon targets, the support sticks would have been plain wood or balsa wood. The need for strength wouldn’t be necessary since these
targets would only be flown for a couple of hours before the balloon would burst.

Mogul/Service Flights:
Charles Moore on the strength properties of the Mogul/Roswell support sticks:


I think some of the balsa wood was dipped in something like Elmer’s glue, and as a result had some sort of glue coating on it which would make it
somewhat resistant to burning.

…balsa wood beams that were coated in an “Elmer’s-type” glue to enhance their durability…

In the revised ML307C/AP blueprint, Air Force Spec “MIL-C-4003 Synthetic Base Glue” was to be used on the intersecting portions of the beams needed
for strength:

This could support Moore’s claim of glue on the beams. Having the targets farmed out to other companies, we don’t know the process of how these
targets were constructed or how much glue was applied to strengthen them. Coating a balsa wood beam in synthetic glue, could make it hard to
whittle/cut with a pocket knife, make it flexible enough to bend but not break, and as Moore pointed out in his interview, make it somewhat resistant
to burning. Especially in comparison to a plain balsa wood beam which would have been common on weather balloon targets. Marcel mentions balsa wood
like in weight and size in numerous interviews.

Foil-like Material

Weather Balloons:
This was discussed and shown above, weather balloon targets would have used regular foil. There was no need to track weather balloon longer and a
couple of hours so strength was not a priority.

Mogul/Service Flights:
“Aluminum Foil Paper” is the notation on the updated ML307C/AP blueprint. It’s listed in the same area of reinforcements, braces, adhesive tape.
Again, we don’t know the manufacturer and what material might have been used. If these were Chinese produced targets that needed to meet the military
revised standards, any type of aluminum/silver backed material could have been used. These weren’t the typical radar targets that had been
produced.

Even given the exaggerated properties above, there’s no getting around the fact that everything else: timing of balloon flights, location,
construction material, etc. would have to be astronomical coincidences. You have to consciously choose to ignore the similarities and choose to
believe this was an alien spacecraft. I’ve said this before but I believe it’s a good example — Imagine if pieces of a modern day B-2 bomber came
crashing onto the Foster ranch in 1947. Would there be a single piece of debris found that wouldn’t share common construction materials with balloon
flights that were being launched 80 miles away? I think the answer would be – of course. This is with human strides only 70 years into our own
future.

I think Charles Moore summed it up in his affidavit:


I can think of no other explanation for Roswell than one of our early June service flight balloons.

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