Part 1: Facts Behind March 22, 1950, FBI Memo

“The (Aztec disk's) cabin was constructed of a metal resembling aluminum, but the actual make-up of the metal has defied analysis.”

- Wyandotte Echo, Kansas City, Kansas, January 6, 1950

 

April 29, 2011  Charlotte, North Carolina - Recently the FBI released on its website a 61-year-old FBI document dated March 22, 1950, without historic context.  Then the U. K. Daily Mail and Sun printed headlines claiming the FBI memo proves the July 1947 Roswell crashes. But that memo was not about Roswell. It’s about Aztec and was written by Guy Hottel - Special Agent In Charge in the Washington, D. C. office to FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover. It was first released in May 1977 after Navy physicist Bruce Maccabee filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request with  the FBI. Hottel’s memo states that “three so-called flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico.  According to Mr. [ name blacked out], an informant, the saucers were found in New Mexico due to the fact that the Government has a very high-powered radar set-up in that area and it is believed the radar interferes with the controlling mechanism of the saucers.”

An Office Memorandum dated March 22, 1950, from Guy Hottel, Special Agent In Charge (SAC) to J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Director on the subject of “Flying Saucers Information Concerning Flying Discs or Flying Saucers.” This memo was first released in May 1977, with other UFO-related papers in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the FBI by Navy Physicist Bruce Maccabee. Also reprinted on Page 32, Glimpses of Other Realities, Vol. II: High Strangeness © 1998 by Linda Moulton Howe. The blacked out iinformant name is Bruce Cabot, a Hollywood actor at the time, who knew and played golf with Silas M. Newton, a wealthy Denver oil man. See Earthfiles Shop.   Also see FBI website.
An Office Memorandum dated March 22, 1950, from Guy Hottel, Special Agent In Charge (SAC) to J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Director on the subject of “Flying Saucers Information Concerning Flying Discs or Flying Saucers.” This memo was first released in May 1977, with other UFO-related papers in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to the FBI by Navy Physicist Bruce Maccabee. Also reprinted on Page 32, Glimpses of Other Realities, Vol. II: High Strangeness © 1998 by Linda Moulton Howe. The blacked out iinformant name is Bruce Cabot, a Hollywood actor at the time, who knew and played golf with Silas M. Newton, a wealthy Denver oil man. See Earthfiles Shop.   Also see FBI website.

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