“The Roswell UFO crash “mystery” has now been solved. No extraterrestrial spacecraft was involved. What did stimulate the original report was, however, quite interesting, although decidedly earthly.”

By Nerti U. Qatja@VOP_Today

According to much widely held public opinion, the United States government successfully recovered the remains of a crashed UFO along with its extraterrestrial occupants near Roswell, New Mexico, in July 1947.

In what is now known as the “the Roswell incident,” the U.S. military is said to have quickly covered up the affair and continues to shroud it in extreme secrecy even today.

If these events surrounding Roswell in the summer of 1947 actually took place, as have been claimed in several books on the subject and by numerous UFO researchers, it would certainly constitute the story of the millennium and be the greatest government-sponsored cover up of all time.

Indeed, should irrefutable evidence ever surface that any government on this earth possessed the physical remains of either an extraterrestrial spacecraft or its occupants, it is an understatement to say that such a revelation would fundamentally transform humanity as we know it.

What does one do with the numerous claims about Roswell that have surfaced over the years? How does one begin to determine the truth about what really happened in 1947 and sort the fact from the fiction?

The Roswell incident, and all that surrounds it, is a complex web of events, not easily understandable nor explainable until examined fully and in painstaking detail. In my new book, The Roswell UFO Crash: What They Don’t Want You to Know (Prometheus Books 1997), I undertake such a dissection.

The book presents the results of some sixteen years of research and, for all practical purposes, leaves no stone unturned. The Roswell “mystery” has been solved, and there is no credible evidence that the remains of an extraterrestrial spacecraft was involved.