Posted by Wes Annac
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1950 UFO memo from FBI to Director Hoover Details Claim of Alien Bodies
Stephen Cook: Easter must be Disclosure weekend…This story is
also running right across Rupert Murdoch’s swag of Australian newspapers
and online resources today (where we’re already in Easter Saturday).
Interestingly, there’s no journalist byline nor accredited filing
From News.com.au – March 30, 2013
A SINGLE-page FBI memo relaying a vague and unconfirmed report of
flying saucers found in New Mexico in 1950 has become the most popular
file in the bureau’s electronic reading room.
The memo, dated March 22, 1950, was sent by FBI Washington, D.C. field office chief Guy Hottel to then-Director J. Edgar Hoover.
According to the FBI, the document was first made public in the late
1970s and more recently has been available in the “Vault,” an electronic
reading room launched by the agency in 2011, where it has become the
most popular item, viewed nearly 1 million times. The Vault contains
around 6,700 public documents.
Vaguely written, the memo describes a story told by an unnamed third
party who claims an Air Force investigator reported that three flying
saucers were recovered in New Mexico, though the memo doesn’t say
exactly where in the state.
The FBI indexed the report for its files but did not investigate
further; the name of an “informant” reporting some of the information is
blacked out in the m
The memo offers several bizarre details.
Inside each saucer, “each one was occupied by three bodies of human
shape but only 3 feet tall, dressed in metallic cloth of a very fine
texture,” according to the report.
“Each body was bandaged in a manner similar to the blackout suits used by speed fliers and test pilots.”
The saucers were found in New Mexico because the government had a
high-powered radar set up in the area and it is believed the radar
interfered with the controlling mechanism of the UFOs, according to the
The FBI filed the typed page neatly away 63 years ago at its headquarters and “no further evaluation was attempted.”
The memo does not appear to be related to the 1947 case in Roswell,
New Mexico when Air Force officials said they recovered a UFO, only
later to recant and say it was a research balloon.
“For a few years after the Roswell incident, Director (J. Edgar)
Hoover did order his agents – at the request of the Air Force – to
verify any UFO sightings,” the FBI said.
“That practice ended in July 1950, four months after the Hottel memo.
Suggesting that our Washington Field Office didn’t think enough of that
flying saucer story to look into it.”
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