Part 1: Mysterious Micron Layers of Alternating Bismuth and Magnesium from Bottom of Wedge-Shaped UFO

April 10, 1996, typed letter from U. S. Army grandson about grandfather in alleged Roswell UFO crash security team, 1947.
April 10, 1996, typed letter from U. S. Army grandson about grandfather in alleged Roswell UFO crash security team, 1947.

July 12, 2017 Albuquerque, New Mexico - My research as an investigative reporter into the mystery of an alleged extraterrestrial metal began in April 1996.

Alleged extraterrestrial metal from bottom of a “wedge-shaped craft” in late 1940s, made of 26 alternating layers: 1 to 4 microns dark bismuth and 100 to 200 microns silver magnesium/zinc alloy. Each of six pieces received from U. S. Army source were "formed" with a curvature that tapered. Photograph by Tim Bauer.
Alleged extraterrestrial metal from bottom of a “wedge-shaped craft” in late 1940s, made of 26 alternating layers: 1 to 4 microns dark bismuth and 100 to 200 microns silver magnesium/zinc alloy. Each of six pieces received from U. S. Army source were "formed" with a curvature that tapered. Photograph by Tim Bauer.

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