The FBI has a section on their website, simply called The Vault. The Vault is a repository of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) documents that have been declassifed and released to the public. One of these documents, which has become known as the ‘Guy Hottel Memo‘, was named after the FBI Special Investigator who wrote it. The document which was addressed to then FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover, was dated March 22, 1950 – nearly three years after the Roswell, NM incident.
In the document, Special Agent Guy Hottel takes a statement from an Air Force investigator who claims “that three so-called flying sauces had been recovered in New Mexico,” and that they were described as “being circular in shape with raised centers, approximately 50 feet in diameter.”
The document also claims that each UFO “was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only 3 feet tall, dressed in metallc cloth of a very fine texture. Each body was bandaged in a manner similar to the blackout suits used by speed flyer and test pilots.”
This document has been released since the late 1970’s and has been up on the FBI website, even prior to the launch of The Vault. So why talk about it now? Well, the FBI has released a new article, titled UFOs or No? trying to explain why it doesn’t prove that UFOs are real.
The Roswell UFO crash Incident is a tricky subject that has so much evidence both for and against it. In fact there are other FBI released documents that explain how the Roswell incident was just a weather balloon that was mistaken for a UFO.
The real story here seems to be that the FBI is thinking about UFOs at all, despite their official stance on the subject.
Posted May 19, 2013 by Gil