SQUOGE FILE #001 - Roswell Incident (Open Edition)

In July 1947, a purported UFO crash occurred near Roswell, New Mexico. The military initially announced the recovery of a "flying disc," but quickly retracted the statement, claiming it was a weather balloon. Conspiracy theories suggest a cover-up of extraterrestrial contact, fueled by reports of debris and alien bodies. Decades later, the US government acknowledged the debris was from a top-secret surveillance project, "Project Mogul." Despite official explanations, speculation persists, making Roswell a focal point in UFO lore, emblematic of alleged government secrecy surrounding potential extraterrestrial encounters.

Key players in the Roswell cover-up included military officials and government agencies such as the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF), which later became the United States Air Force (USAF). Brigadier General Roger Ramey, who initially announced the recovery of a "flying disc" but later claimed it was a weather balloon, is often cited as a central figure in the cover-up narrative. Additionally, individuals involved in the retrieval and cleanup operations at the crash site, as well as those responsible for disseminating official explanations to the public and the media, are believed to have played roles in suppressing information about the incident. The extent and specifics of their involvement remain subjects of debate and speculation within the broader context of the Roswell incident.

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