Part 1: “The Bombshell Before Roswell,” Cape Girardeau, MO

“Nearby were three identical Grey aliens, almost as if they were released
from a cookie cutter. The aliens that we recovered were ‘incinerated from within.’ ”

- Paul Blake Smith, Author, MO41 - The Bombshell Before Roswell

Sketch based on memory of alien being in April 1941 photograph taken by newsman who later gave a copy of the photo to Rev. William Guy Huffman in Cape Girardeau. Rev. Huffman gave the photo to his son, Guy Huffman, who shared it with his family repeatedly until it was stolen in the early 1950s. Illustration by Charlette Mann, Rev. Huffman's granddaughter.
Sketch based on memory of alien being in April 1941 photograph taken by newsman who later gave a copy of the photo to Rev. William Guy Huffman in Cape Girardeau. Rev. Huffman gave the photo to his son, Guy Huffman, who shared it with his family repeatedly until it was stolen in the early 1950s. Illustration by Charlette Mann, Rev. Huffman's granddaughter.
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is 115 miles southeast of St. Louis. Sikeston is 35 miles south of Cape Girardeau. The Missouri Institute for Aeronautics (MIA) was based in Sikeston in 1941, and is described as the source of the military that retrieved the crashed alien disk and three alien bodies on the night of April 12, 1941, from a rural farm site a little north of Sikeston between Cape Girardeau and and Chaffee.
Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is 115 miles southeast of St. Louis. Sikeston is 35 miles south of Cape Girardeau. The Missouri Institute for Aeronautics (MIA) was based in Sikeston in 1941, and is described as the source of the military that retrieved the crashed alien disk and three alien bodies on the night of April 12, 1941, from a rural farm site a little north of Sikeston between Cape Girardeau and and Chaffee.

February 26, 2016  Springfield, Missouri - The earliest known American UFO crash site where a credible eyewitness saw three small, identical non-humans was six full years before other reported UFO crashes in the Roswell, New Mexico, region. The earliest high strangeness crash is known as the 1941 Cape Girardeau, Missouri, alien craft and bodies retrieval that is mentioned in one of the alleged U. S. government MJ-12 documents entitled, “PROJECT WHITE HOT INTELLIGENCE ESTIMATE (PRELIMINARY).”

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