Part 2: Mysterious Micron Layers of Alternating Bismuth and Magnesium from Bottom of Wedge-Shaped UFO

May 27, 1996, 3rd typed letter from U. S. Army grandson about grandfather in alleged Roswell UFO crash security team, 1947.
May 27, 1996, 3rd typed letter from U. S. Army grandson about grandfather in alleged Roswell UFO crash security team, 1947.

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July 13, 2017 Albuquerque, New Mexico - The first metal pieces sent by the South Carolina writer were at least hard physical facts that I could test. I contacted a scientist in a major Midwestern university, who has helped me analyze unusual materials. He used a scanning electron microscope to examine structure and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) to analyze element composition. He confirmed that these first metal pieces were greater than 99% aluminum of normal density.

99% aluminum pieces sent by South Carolina Army source with April 10, 1996, first letter about his grandfather’s samples from a wedge-shaped UFO that crashed “between San Mateo and Sierra Blanca Mountains” west of Roswell, but no specific date.
99% aluminum pieces sent by South Carolina Army source with April 10, 1996, first letter about his grandfather’s samples from a wedge-shaped UFO that crashed “between San Mateo and Sierra Blanca Mountains” west of Roswell, but no specific date.

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