Credibility of the man most important,
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Day After Roswell: A Former Pentagon Official Reveals the U.S. Government's Shocking UFO Cover-up (Taschenbuch)
Lt. Colonel Corso's history has been verified. He was in the pentagon's foreign technology division and he was a military liason to the Eisenhower white house administration. A man of his stature and military experience would simply not be prone to making up stories. Anyone who has experience with the honor and integrity someone who has risen to the rank of Lt. Colonel has to take a second look at this book.
Why would such a man write this book, especially at the end of his life and only two years before he died? For the money? Did he go crazy at the end of his life? While these are possible explanations, they don't seem plausible in the Lt. Colonel's case.
Critics complain that there is no documentation. Of course there aren't! Taking home top secret documents is definitely frowned upon.
Can his story be proven then? No.
But the real compelling factor to the story is the man. To me, it is simply not plausible that such a man would make up stories. Maybe he wanted to die with a clear conscience? I don't know, but the high degree of credibility of the author certainly made me take a closer look at his book.