"[Santilli] had also been told that the crash happened... just outside an Apache Indian reservation... The only Apache reservation which fits the bill is the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation, which is about 60 miles WSW of Roswell, just south of Ruidoso. The Brazel ranch is near Corona, 75 miles NW of Roswell, and 70 miles due north of Ruidoso."
Now, German researcher Michael Hesemann offers the following insights, which suggest that there might indeed have been a crash in mid-1947 near the Apache reservation. CNI News thanks George Wingfield once again for forwarding Hesemann's information. Hesemann writes:
1. Major [Jesse] Marcel said in an interview (Dec 8, 1979, quoted by Karl Pflock in "Roswell in Perspective," page 119 ff.): "It was obvious you could just about determine which direction it came from and which direction it was heading. It was travelling from northeast to southwest." This would head directly into the area near the Apache reservation, east of WHITE SANDS.
He further claimed: "I learned later that, further west [actually southwest, MH], towards Carrizozo, they found something like that [i.e. debris, MH], too... It was the same period of time, sixty to eighty miles west of there [i.e. Brazel's debris field, GW]."
NO Roswell researcher has been able to even comment on this quotation yet!
2. Carrizozo, New Mexico is just north of the Apache reservation and "60-80 miles" points to an area south of Carrizozo. The town itself is about 45 miles SW of the [Brazel] crash site/debris field. The area in question [between Tularosa and Three Rivers, and just outside the west boundary of the Mescalero Apache Indian Reservation, GW] is east of the famous WHITE SANDS Missile Range. So every military person would refer to it as the "White Sands Crash," right?!
The last Leonard Stringfield Report, "In a Hall of Mirrors", ...reproduces on page 38 an alleged General Twining report entitled "Air Accident Report on 'Flying Disc' aircraft found near White Sands Proving Ground, New Mexico." This is dated July 18, 1947. It mentions a "Presidential Directive", dated 9 July 1947, and "a recovered Flying Disc and remains of a possible second disc."
3. In his Status Report III (June 1982) "Amassing the Evidence", Stringfield quoted Capt. Virgil Armstrong Postleweith, G-2 (Army Intelligence) who saw a TOP SECRET message, coming in by TWX concerning "a UFO crash at White Sands Proving Ground", allegedly in 1948. The craft is said to have had 5 occupants, the "metallic skin of the craft was as thin as a newspaper but too tough to penetrate with conventional tools."
4. The International UFO Reporter of Nov/Dec 1993 published an article by Thomas Carey, "The Search for the Roswell Archaeologists." Carey quotes a Dr. Ed Dittert of the University of Arizona who "does recall hearing about a crashed flying saucer during the summer of 1947 from a friend of a police officer he knew 'down near Alamogordo.'" Indeed, Alamogordo is the next city of any size, just south of the reservation, and just 20 miles south of this suspected crash site. Is a "UFO Crash at White Sands" the solution to the "Jack Barnett" story? Some of the facts, especially Major Marcel's statement, seem to confirm what "Barnett" is saying very well.
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