The Roswell Incident

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The Roswell Incident

Edward OÆBrien
March 13, 1997
CP-11 Period 6


Thesis: The Roswell Incident, which enlightened our minds to the capacity of excepting, has remained one of the most controversial issues issues today.

I. Introduction to Extraterrestrials A. Standpoints on Extraterrestrials 1. Society's a. Past b. Present 2. Government's a. Past b. Present

II. Roswell, New Mexico A. What Exactly Happened 1. Who Discovered the Wreckage 2. Discoveries 3. Bodies B. Testing in Roswell, New Mexico 1. Military Testing in Roswell

III. The Cover-up A. Wreckage 1. UFO 2. Bodies B. The Weather Balloon 1. The
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Glenn Davis, a respected business man in Roswell, was called by a friend, General Exon, asked how to seal and preserve bodies that have been exposed to the alien materials. Davis did not know the answer to this question, since he did not know much of the incident. Later that night he made a trip to the base hospital, outside the back entrance he spotted two military vans with the rear doors open, from which large pieces of wreckage protruded. Once inside he encountered a young nurse whom which he knew, at the same instance, he was noticed by military police which escorted him from the building. The next day he met up with the nurse at a coffee shop. She explained that she had been called upon to help two doctors disect to small bodies, which she thought to be alien. She drew a diagram on a napkin showing an outline of their features. That meeting was to be their last; as she was transferred to
England a few days later. Today the nurse would be sixty-nine years old.
Investigators are trying to locate her. Five nurses are pictured in the 1947
Roswell Air Field yearbook. The files of all five are strangely missing from military records. A couple of years ago a report on Fox television network broadcasted a show called ôAlien Autopsyö. This show was mainly about what happened to the bodies which were recovered from the Roswell crash site. Bodies were showed being dissected on


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