Wednesday, October 21, 2009


UFO investigator Don Schmitt shared deathbed confessions, witness testimony and other evidence related to the 1947 Roswell Incident, in the latter half of the program. He characterized Roswell as the "ultimate cold case," and has approached it like a crime investigation. One witness who came forward was Sgt. Earl Fulford, who was part of the recovery team after the crash. He described picking up debris that crumpled in his hand but then returned to its shape and size. It's possible that this material was related to an assignment Wright Patterson AFB gave to the Battelle Institute in 1948 to develop a "self-healing" metal. The special project created the new alloy "Nitinol," Schmitt detailed.

He also talked about Walter Haut's deathbed statement, which he helped to elicit. Though Haut was threatened by different sources to remain quiet, he acknowledged that a temporary morgue had been set up at the Roswell base after the crash, and that he saw an egg-shaped craft and dead bodies (the size of children but with large heads) inside the Big Hanger.

Roswell Confessions - Part 1

Roswell Confessions - Part 2

Roswell Confessions - Part 3

Roswell Confessions - Part 4

Roswell Confessions - Part 5

Roswell Confessions - Part 6

Roswell Confessions - Part 7

Roswell Confessions - Part 8

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Anonymous said...

the Videos are not there.

They have been deleted.

What a waste of time

Atrueoriginall said...

A.) How could you have wasted any time if there were no videos to watch.

B.) I didn't delete them, the YouTuber did without my knowledge. This happens all of the time, especially if they're copyrighted.

We never know they're gone until someone tells us.

You are the first to say anything so it must have just happened and when that happens I go out and look for a second set of videos, which I'm doing right now.