Haunted Roswell: Huge, Cloaking Aerial Disc Encounter by NM State Prison Corrections Officer

“ All of a sudden to my left out the window, something very, very, very strange appeared - it's a giant flying saucer.

- Patrick Colligan, Corrections Officer, Roswell Correctional Center Prison

1944 aeronautical chart of Roswell, New Mexico (yellow) eight miles north of Roswell Army Air Field and its additional Auxiliary  No. 1 air field in lower left. Other auxiliary air fields were built south of Roswell. Historic map source Abandoned Airfields.
1944 aeronautical chart of Roswell, New Mexico (yellow) eight miles north of Roswell Army Air Field and its additional Auxiliary  No. 1 air field in lower left. Other auxiliary air fields were built south of Roswell. Historic map source Abandoned Airfields.
Red circle west of Dexter and Hagerman where another auxiliary air field with paved runways was built in the 1940s has been converted into the Roswell Correction Center (RCC), a New Mexico state prison.
Red circle west of Dexter and Hagerman where another auxiliary air field with paved runways was built in the 1940s has been converted into the Roswell Correction Center (RCC), a New Mexico state prison.

December 23, 2011  Roswell, New Mexico - Patrick Colligan was born 53 years ago in Buffalo, New York. He graduated from Orchard Park High School in January 1976 and enlisted in the U. S. Air Force. Eventually in 1977, he graduated from the Nuclear Weapons Specialist School at Lowry AFB in Denver, Colorado. He had assignments from July 1977 to July 1980 in RAF Bentwaters/Woodbridge, England; then back to the United States at Strategic Air Command (SAC) stationed in Rome, New York at Griffiths AFB until January 1981.

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