UFO Conjecture(s)

Thursday, September 22, 2016

A Pre-Roswell UFO crash?

From Amazon:

MO41, The Bombshell Before Roswell” by Paul Blake Smith, might well be the most exciting, shocking, and impactful event – and now book subject - in not just American history, but all of human history.

Did three extraterrestrials really crash-land their circular spaceship on a farm just outside of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, in mid-April of 1941? Was this stunning recovery then taken to a secret hiding place beneath perhaps the most recognizable building in the world? Was an aspect of the scientifically examined alien craft’s propulsion system applied to the U.S. nuclear weapons program to help win World War II?
The serious, amazing pre-Roswell claims and quotes, rumors and insights, opinions and documented facts are all examined here, in proper chronological, easy-to-read order, the only book to ever comprehensively explore perhaps the wildest nonfiction story of all time.
The results make up a case that could win in a court of law, or at least in the court of public opinion. You, the reader, decide!

RR

3 Comments:

  • And I suppose that Pres. Roosevelt (shown in the photo) made a death-bed confession on this very matter. This confession has never been made public, until now!

    By Blogger cda, at Thursday, September 22, 2016  

  • The "crashed saucer and little alien bodies" meme on a 1952 cover.

    https://c1.staticflickr.com/8/7355/14186396592_84dc131006_b.jpg

    Startling for children, simply silly or disturbing for adults.

    By Blogger zoamchomsky, at Thursday, September 22, 2016  

  • Hello,

    I remember to have listen early this year a podcast where the author was the guest, as reading some pages of the book. I was not impressed.

    It looked for me as "MO1941, an alien crash", because the following "evidences": What if? Perhaps, Maybe, It could be, the sister of x" told what it was telling by her mother, etc. and so on + MJ12 documents appeal (so red flags).

    Looks like an "imbroglio" and projective elaborations of the Modern UFO crashology myth by the author.

    No doubt it may be a "best-seller" cause the lack and need of "renewal" by ufology.

    Regards,

    Gilles

    By Blogger Gilles Fernandez, at Thursday, September 22, 2016  

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