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Witness to Roswell, Revised and Expanded Edition
 
 

Witness to Roswell, Revised and Expanded Edition [Kindle Edition]

Thomas J. Carey , Donald R. Schmitt , Edgar Mitchell , George Noory

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“Witness to Roswell is a well-researched, well-documented, and well-written account of a very important issue.”
—Dr. Edgar Mitchell, Capt. USN [Ret.], Apollo astronaut, founder of IONS
“This book is the closest to the truth about the Roswell Incident you will ever stumble upon. What you have been seeking is the true story, the facts, the reality that the government withholds from you. I urge you, by all means...read on!”
—Paul Davids, executive producer of Roswell, the Showtime original movie
“This is the finest Roswell book ever...well told and utterly convincing. My deepest congratulations on writing an instant classic.”
—Jerome Clark, best-selling author and editor of the International UFO Reporter
“There is no one on this planet who knows more about the Roswell Incident than these two guys.”
—Larry Landsman, director of special projects for the SCI FI Channel and Creative Executive of The Roswell Crash
“The Roswell Incident remains important for UFO research, and the case remains alive today because of the determined efforts of the team of Carey and Schmitt. Witness to Roswell contains much information from new and credible witnesses who add more weight to the existing testimony and evidence that something extraordinary crashed in 1947. Their solid and determined work is to be applauded and is essential reading for anyone interested in the events of July 1947 at Roswell.”
—Dr. Mark Rodeghier, scientific director, Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies
“I think Witness to Roswell will prove to be the most important UFO book ever written. The evidence presented dovetails perfectly and makes a compelling case that an alien craft crashed outside of Roswell in 1947. After decades of controversy, the authors through dedicated and persistent research have finally come up with very strong circumstantial evidence that is tantamount to proof.”
—Richard H. Hall, author of The UFO Evidence, Vol. I and Vol. II and past chairman, Fund for UFO Research
The best-selling UFO book of 2007/2008 is revised and updated with even more hard-hitting eyewitness testimony of one of the most important events
of all time: the actual recovery of a UFO outside of Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947. For more than 60 years, government authorities have led us to believe
the wreckage was merely a very conventional weather balloon—but the witnesses who were there continue to tell a different story.
Witness to Roswell once again takes you on a “can’t put down” written account of what really transpired in Roswell, 62 years ago. It pries loose the truth the government doesn’t want us to know. This revised and expanded edition includes:
"• A growing litany of deathbed confessions describing the “little people” recovered at the crash site.
"• The most comprehensive time line of events ever published on this seminal event.
"• The identity of the Boeing engineer called in to examine the exotic wreckage from the crash.
"• What really took place at the Roswell base hospital and what nurse actually ordered the children—s caskets.
"• The story of the soldier who wore gloves at the dinner table after guarding the “bodies.”
Clearly, the implications are foreboding, and one need just realize that officials now have four explanations to this historic event—but to which
one do all the witnesses testify on their deathbeds?
Witness to Roswell once again demonstrates to the world that no statute of limitation applies to the truth: We are not alone.
Donald R. Schmitt is coauthor of two best-selling books on Roswell, one of which became the TV movie Roswell. He has appeared frequently on many TV programs including Oprah, CBS 48 Hours, and the Today Show as well as many radio shows. He resides in Hubertus, Wisconsin.
Thomas J. Carey has devoted significant portions of the last 16 years to proactively investigating the Roswell Incident, and has authored or coauthored more than 30 published articles on the subject. Carey has appeared on Larry King Live, Coast to-Coast AM with George Noory, and numerous other programs. He lives in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania. Both authors were consultants for the Sci-Fi Channel—s documentary, The Roswell Crash

Synopsis

"Witness to Roswell" will hold you spellbound as you read the actual eyewitness testimony to an amazing event; the recovery of a UFO in 1947 just outside of Roswell, New Mexico. Witnesses will not only reveal that the alien crew were placed in body bags and packed in dry ice, but most astonishing of all, that one of them survived the crash. "Witness to Roswell" exhaustively presents accounts of witnesses to the crash, the military containment and recovery, the high level of security surrounding all phases of the cleanup operation, deathbed testimonies, sealed posthumous statements and the extreme measures the U.S. government has taken to prevent people from telling the truth. You will be shocked to learn that: the Air Force used death threats against civilian eyewitness and their children to silence them, the Air Force turned a small New Mexico town upside down and inside out...in search of a weather balloon?, the Air Force's next "official" explanation for Roswell will be its fifth!, and, the true number of witnesses supporting an extraterrestrial event at Roswell versus those favouring the Air Force's balloon explanation.

Hint: It's like comparing the Empire State Building to a bungalow.


Produktinformation

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 2199 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 321 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1601630662
  • Verlag: New Page Books; Auflage: Rev Exp (15. Mai 2009)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00CZ44RQW
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Couldn't Put It Down 29. Juli 2007
Von OkieJohn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Relying 100% on eyewitness and secondary witness testimony this book weaves together a picture of what the authors believed happened at Roswell back in 47'. If you don't believe the ET craft / alien body hypothesis then the first question that you have to answer about half way through the book is simply this, "Why in the world would these people - quite a number on their deathbeds - make this stuff up?" Fame and fortune? I don't see fortunes being raked in by these supposed witnesses and if fame is having your name written up in book that just might get you weird looks at the church bingo game....well, then I guess it's worth it. Unless of course, the answer is all these people have somehow collaborated together for this story or borrowed from each other's accounts. In other words, they are all bold-faced liars. The fact that 600+ people would randomly do such a thing I believe is a bigger focus of concern than if an actual alien craft did crash near Corona. All the supposed fabrications just don't make sense. And if it does make sense where else in history do we have an example of such a lie that has the same positive benefits for those that perpetrate it? I couldn't think of any.

The authors also mention a number of people who refuse to talk at all about their involvement with Roswell. If these tight-lipped folks are represented accurately by the authors - then one gets the distinct impression that they aren't talking because they are afraid of being associated with the wing nuts who believe in the ET hypothesis - it is because they fear reprisal by the Powers That Be or they feel a duty to keep the secret they were told to shut up about half a century ago. Those that do talk seem to verify this is the reason the others aren't talking. The author's ask the appropriate question repeatedly, "Why would these reluctant participants not want to talk about a weather balloon?" And if it was something top secret other than a weather balloon - it certainly doesn't answer why, according to the witnesses - everyone was scratching their heads trying to figure out what the debris was.

Those of us who have read and thought about what happened at Roswell grow tired of the argument that something extraordinary such as a UFO crash didn't happen because we don't have any physical evidence, pictures, or something else that would hold up in the court of law to prove it. It's ludicrous to suggest that if it was determined that an event of this magnitude would be far too earth-shattering to reveal - particularly on the heals of world war - that a secret of that nature couldn't be kept and evidence erased or locked up. Of course it could. Extraordinary events demand extraordinary measures and if vacuuming a desert floor isn't just that - I don't know what is. The author's outline events in a way that certainly makes one believe this was the Event of the Millennium - and those who were in charge knew it.

I only have a few complaints about the book. While it's obvious the authors have done their research and homework - it's difficult to take them seriously when the book is laced with the perfunctory alien head or outline of the classic UFO on every page. While the UFO enthusiast might understand such graphical enhancements - the skeptic certainly wouldn't. It detracts from the serious subject matter of the book and just might keep me from sending a copy to my Roswell skeptic, Air Force retired Dad.

I'm also disturbed by the author's apparent dismissal of mortician's Glenn Dennis testimony of his encounter with the nurse and further question his voracity as a witness. They have no trouble accepting the testimony from witnesses who lied through their teeth about their participation in the Roswell incident in the past - because they felt an obligation to country or their safety of their family to do so, yet Mr. Dennis says that he lied about the nurses' name because she requested he do so - and the author's cry foul. What's the difference? It suggests a hidden bias against Mr. Dennis that leaves the reader wondering why. By the author's own admission he certainly was a man in position to know something about what was going on.

What? No mention of the testimony of Philip Corso of "The Day After Roswell" fame? It would have been fascinating to know the author's take on his crash testimony. The same holds true of David Rudiak's potentially ground-breaking research on the Roswell memo. It leaves the impression that the author's might be selectively picking and choosing their evidence particularly when Corso's testimony ended up being a New York Time's bestseller and Rudiak's work was highlighted by none other than Jesse Marcel Jr. - who handled crash debris himself. The absence of Corso's testimony - or at least an opinion of his testimony - leaves a hole in their otherwise comprehensive research. The same holds true with the Ramey memo in the famous weather balloon photograph featuring Marcel Sr.

Detractions aside, I agree with other reviewers that this is so far the definitive work on Roswell and for that reason alone deserves 5 stars.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Wake up to the reality of ROSWELL!!! 26. Juni 2007
Von Richard Masloski - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Recently, two mile wide UFOs were sighted over the English Channel by a reputable, seasoned pilot, his copilot and several of their passengers. News of this potentially earth-shaking event was relegated to mili-second sound bytes on the majority of American news networks: and usually accompanied with a snide, derisive, condescending tone as if the pilot and passengers were Loony Tunes. Yet the same news stations endlessly - and I mean ENDLESSLY! - watch and comment upon the misadventures of a non-entity named Paris Hilton as if her every move were potentially life-altering and of vital importance to America's need to know! This is the sad state of affairs in America: focus on the idiotic while the truly important rides the back of the bus, if it rides at all. What is more important? Paris' jailhouse converson - or a mile wide UFOs spotted over the English Channel...or the Phoenix Lights...or, yes, Roswell? To everyone who has their head buried (by choice or force)in the sand of popular, pointless bilge...please read this book! To anyone with an interest in Truth - read this book. It is gripping, enthralling and if even 1/100th of it is true - then the political and philosophical ramifications of it to we Americans (and all citizens of the World!) are immense beyond all comprehension. Yes....it is easy to follow the mindlessly flashy exploits of celebrity screw-ups. It numbs the collective brain of the country - eases it into acceptance of the trivial. But America needs wake-up calls and this book is one of them!!! Read this book and realize that our government is a magic act and that behind its smokescreens there are serious, cosmic, incredible goings-on that we - the paying audience - never really are privy to. Only through the researches of determined men such as Carey and Schmitt do we begin to see peeks behind the Wizard's curtain. Turn off the life-wasting news about Paris and all the rest of her ilk - and wake up to the reality of Roswell!!! This book should be in every classroom in America. The mind is a terrible thing to waste: reading this account will help keep us from burying our heads in the sand. It will literally help make us look UP to the inspirational, awe-inspiring sky above us with renewed wonder and question, instead of DOWN to the dreary, mundane, litter-strewn landscape of popular culture we are media-hypnotized to wade through
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Essential material 20. Juni 2007
Von Adam Stapleton - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is perhaps the most comprehensive, well informed and intelligent work that I have read on the Roswell incident to date. This book is essential for anyone who is interested in delving into one of the biggest mysteries of the modern era: The government's cover-up of an alien aircraft crash landing in 1947.
If you are interested in uncovering the truth behind the flimsy and ridiculous stories that the U.S. Air Force has been selling to the public for the past 60 years, then this book is the perfect place to start.
Likewise, if you are not necessarily interested in the UFO phenomenon, then this book still provides an excellent story of government deceit, mystery and intrigue, be careful though, you may find yourself opening a Pandora's box to a realm of truth that may scare you. Whether you choose to take the red pill or the blue pill, this book is an excellent buy.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Goes beyond Roswell 3. Juli 2007
Von Robert Garrett - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found this to be a fascinating read. I thought I knew all about Roswell, but discovered that I knew very little. Since I saw a UFO myself in 1980, I had no question of their existence. The authors went to great pains to get at original sources. But what struck me was the intimidation of witnesses. Death threats abounded, as reported. Is this a proxy for subsequent tyrannical government behavior? Very scary, indeed.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen 60 years on, is this the final word on Roswell? 2. Mai 2010
Von The Guardian - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Thanks in no small part to the tenacious pioneering work of Stanton Friedman in the 1970s and 80s the now famous July 1947 Roswell incident is known throughout the world as the definitive crashed UFO recovery, spirited away in secret by the US military and successfully covered up for 60 years.

Plenty of books about the Roswell crash have been published and one might think that after 60 years there would be little more to add. But it turns out there is a lot more, and real meaty stuff too. Tom Carey and Don Schmitt researched the Roswell incident separately and together for years prior to the final publication of "Witness to Roswell" and both have written previous books and articles on the case. For this book they obviously did new primary research tracking down eyewitnesses and participants and recording testimony: some 600 people in total. The result is probably the definitive evidential summing-up of the Roswell incident and, due to the passage of time and the fact that witnesses grow old and don't live forever, is unlikely to be bettered. The verdict: what came down in the desert on Brazel's ranch in early July 1947 was of non-terrestrial origin, the wreckage was recovered by the US military, the craft and ET bodies were shipped by air to Wright-Patterson USAAF base on a B-29 (all documented), and the subsequent cover-up perpetrated by the government in Washington DC and its agencies was of unprecedented ruthlessness in threatening witnesses' lives and the lives of their families should any of them ever talk about the incident.

Carey and Schmitt must be commended for their thoroughness in tracking down all these witnesses and piecing together the complex story. The result is compelling reading, and in a perfect world where evidence is examined impartially, all but the most hard-line believer would be convinced. There is an abundance of detail about every aspect of the case including descriptions of the non-human bodies recovered from the crash and exactly how they were moved and stored.

Not one witness gives any credence to the absurd cover-stories manufactured by the US Air Force about weather balloons, mogul balloons or crash test dummies in vain attempts to "explain" what really crashed and to justify why thousands of special troops, National Guardsmen, Federal Agents and high-level Government officials from Washington DC poured into the Roswell area in July 1947 following the crash and remained until the desert floor was vacuumed clean, all evidence removed and all possible witnesses comprehensively intimidated into silence.

No mention from the authors of Philip Corso or the preposterous claims of his ego-driven fantasy "The Day After Roswell"- they stick to the serious and credible stuff, like corroborative multiple-witness testimony and verifiable facts.

Minor criticisms of "Witness to Roswell" might be that the book was passed for publication with a few too many typos, and the page-design with pictures inserted into the text, a cartoon graphic of a flying saucer at the start of every new paragraph and a little gray-alien head next to the page numbers might do a disservice to the essentially serious subject matter and be too frivolous a style for some readers. But hey, Roswell town went that way years ago, with its carnival-atmosphere festival every July complete with cartoon-style alien costumes and inflatable rubber aliens decorating main street. So yes, there is a lighter side to it all but when dealing with something as serious as the US Government perpetrating a cover-up and threatening a number of its most civic-minded citizens and their families with death if they ever dare speak out on what they witnessed, is such a trivial style appropriate?

Overall I would rate the book four stars and, if the reader can look past the typos and the tabloid-style page layout, recommend it as probably the definitive work on this most celebrated UFO incident. If you want to know just about everything there is to know about the Roswell crash, this is the book to read.
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