Part 2: New Evidence for March 25, 1948, Disc Crash or Landing in Hart Canyon Northeast of Aztec, New Mexico

“It looked like the staircase appeared out of nowhere on the disc,
according to Doug Noland. And there was talk of bodies on board the craft, alien bodies - between 14 and 16 bodies were on that ship.”

- Scott Ramsey, Aztec UFO Investigator

 

Line drawing of the by 99.9-foot-diameter disc craft that came down near 5 AM on March 25, 1948, about 12 miles northeast of Aztec, New Mexico, as a “reconstruction from several eyewitness descriptions.” Steinman also wrote that the central cabin where the top and bottom bulges are was “18.0 feet across; top of cabin raised 45 inches above the level of the mean plane of the disc; the disc edge was 27 inches above the saucer base, slightly curved slope upper and lower surface of disc; and the cabin to rim edge was 41.0 feet.” Disc height descriptions vary from 30 feet (military TWX) to 6 feet (perhaps not including upper and lower domed center heights. Illustration on Page 36 and back cover of UFO Crash At Aztec: A Well Kept Secret © 1986 by William S. Steinman with Wendelle Stevens (USAF Ret.)
Line drawing of the by 99.9-foot-diameter disc craft that came down near 5 AM on March 25, 1948, about 12 miles northeast of Aztec, New Mexico, as a “reconstruction from several eyewitness descriptions.” Steinman also wrote that the central cabin where the top and bottom bulges are was “18.0 feet across; top of cabin raised 45 inches above the level of the mean plane of the disc; the disc edge was 27 inches above the saucer base, slightly curved slope upper and lower surface of disc; and the cabin to rim edge was 41.0 feet.” Disc height descriptions vary from 30 feet (military TWX) to 6 feet (perhaps not including upper and lower domed center heights. Illustration on Page 36 and back cover of UFO Crash At Aztec: A Well Kept Secret © 1986 by William S. Steinman with Wendelle Stevens (USAF Ret.)

 

Frank Scully wrote on Page 23 of his book Behind the Flying Saucers © 1950, that Scientist X, or “Dr. Gee” had told students on March 8, 1950, at the University of Denver that a saucer “had landed less than two years previous to his talk, ‘on a site within 500 miles of Denver.’” The above original Steinman B&W map (color only added by Earthfiles for clarity) is on Page 32 of Bill Steinman's 1986 UFO Crash At Aztec with this comment: “This is a map clip of the relative positions of the UFO crash site at Aztec, New Mexico, and the Camp Hale location west of Denver, the home base of the UFO crash recovery team.”
Frank Scully wrote on Page 23 of his book Behind the Flying Saucers © 1950, that Scientist X, or “Dr. Gee” had told students on March 8, 1950, at the University of Denver that a saucer “had landed less than two years previous to his talk, ‘on a site within 500 miles of Denver.’” The above original Steinman B&W map (color only added by Earthfiles for clarity) is on Page 32 of Bill Steinman's 1986 UFO Crash At Aztec with this comment: “This is a map clip of the relative positions of the UFO crash site at Aztec, New Mexico, and the Camp Hale location west of Denver, the home base of the UFO crash recovery team.”

[ Editor's Note:  Wikipedia - Camp Hale, between Red Cliff and Leadville in the Eagle River valley in Colorado, was a U.S. Army training facility constructed in 1942 for what became the 10th Mountain Division. It was named for General Irving Hale. Soldiers were trained in mountain climbing, Alpine and Nordic skiing, and cold-weather survival. When it was in full operation, approximately 15,000 soldiers were housed there. From 1959 to 1964, Tibetan guerrillas were secretly trained at Camp Hale by the CIA. The site was chosen because of the similarities of the terrain with the Himalayan Plateau. The Tibetans nicknamed the camp ‘Dhumra,’ meaning The Garden. The CIA circulated a story in the local press that Camp Hale was to be the site of atomic tests and would be a high security zone. Until the camp was closed in 1964, the entire area was cordoned off and its perimeter patrolled by military police. ]

 

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April 29, 2011  Charlotte, North Carolina - Frank Scully wrote on Page 23 of his September 1950-released book Behind the Flying Saucers that Scientist X, or “Dr. Gee” had told University of Denver students on March 8, 1950, in a 50-minute pre-scheduled presentation that a saucer “had landed less than two years previous to his talk, ‘on a site within 500 miles of Denver.’” Apparently no local reporters were recording the talk, but Frank Scully found a detailed summary in the Summerside Journal published on Prince Edward Island in Canada. On Pages 24 - 28 of Scully's book, he writes about what he learned from the Canadian newspaper:

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