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The Roswell Alien Autopsy
New Mexico

During the first week of July 1947 an aircraft crashed into a ranch near Roswell NM. The rest of the story has become alien history...or is it?!

http://www.roswellufomuseum.com/incident.html

Copyright: Phil Warner
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