ALIEN hunters have accused the US of covering up the crash of an "avocado-shaped" UFO – two years before the infamous Roswell incident.
It is claimed that evidence has been uncovered to show a UFO hit New Mexico during a storm in 1945 before being hidden by the military.
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If true, it would make the incident the US government's earliest recovery of an otherworldly craft.
Italian investigative journalist Paola Leopizzi Harris and French-born information scientist Dr. Jacques F. Vallée have teamed up to uncover the details of the alleged 1945 crash in a new book – TRINITY: The Best-Kept Secret.
Over several site investigation surveys, Harris and Vallée – who co-developed the first computerized map of Mars for NASA in 1963 – reconstructed the historic observations by three witnesses, two of whom are still living.
They described to them the circumstances of the crash, with details of the recovery of a nearly-intact flying vehicle and its occupants by an Army detachment.
Combining their long experience in field research around the world, the authors have documented the step-by-step efforts by the military to remove the object – an avocado-shaped craft weighing several tons – from the property where it crash-landed during a storm.
Surprisingly, the literature of the field only includes a few passing mentions about the case, and only one TV documentary has mentioned it.
But the correlation between the crash of the extraordinary object and the explosion of the first atom bomb at White Sands, less than 20 miles away in July 1945, has been missed.
Harris and 81-year-old Vallée – who has published at least six UFO research papers -suggest that the link is significant for physical, geographic and biological reasons – quite apart from the obvious strategic implications.
The UFO crash allegedly took place the same year as Project Trinity – and in the same desert.
It is claimed the UFO may have been alerted to the region by the blast and was observing the dawn of mankind's atomic age.
The witnesses, Jose and Sabrina, were able to observe not only the actual crash of the object on their property but every step of the military efforts to lift it and take it away.
Fearing retaliation, they remained silent for some 60 years about what they had seen and done over those nine days at the site during the recovery.
When placed in the context of the history of chemical and physical analysis of retrieved UFO debris – an area where Harris and Vallée have long collaborated – the devices observed by the witnesses raise a number of very important scientific questions.
Paul Hellyer, former Minister of National Defence of Canada, stated: “Paola Harris and Jacques Vallée have spent much effort doing field research on location It is now time that their discovery be revealed to the world.”
Christopher Mellon, former deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, called the data “fresh reason to believe that our government is concealing physical proof of alien technology".
And Professor Paul Hynek added that the research “reveals a new UFO history.”
Up until now, the US government's earliest recorded recovery of a UFO was in July 1947 -when a UFO reportedly hurtled into the ranch in New Mexico.
Soon after the military sensationally announced in a press release that the remains of a crashed flying saucer had been discovered in a desert in Roswell.
The following day, however, the statement was retracted, and it was instead claimed to be a damaged US Air Force balloon.
The incident has become one of the most discussed and controversial UFO theories in history.
It comes as an expert has claimed the world must ramp up its investigations into UFOs as the Pentagon’s “disturbing” report appears unable to rule out that foreign hypersonic technology could be behind the sightings.
Intelligence officials cannot explain what dozens of reported sightings are but have appeared to rule out that the vast majority were not American military or other government technology.
The report is likely to conclude that the sightings do not show evidence of alien spacecraft, according to the New York Times.
Skeptics within the UFO community think the aerial phenomena could’ve been sent by Russia or China amid fears that Moscow may have ramped up their testing of hypersonic technology.
Officials fear the US will be lagging behind its rivals as hypersonic missiles can travel about 4,000 miles per hour – making them almost impossible to intercept, MailOnline reports.
Nick Pope, a former official at the Ministry of Defence, branded the report's leaked conclusions "intriguing and disturbing".
He told The Sun: "The possibility that some of what's been going on might be attributable to Russia or China is disturbing, and US and British spy chiefs need to step up their efforts to assess the current level of technology these nations possess when it comes to aircraft, missiles, and drones – particularly with regard to hypersonic technology.”
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