Roswell “UFO” Incident One Summer Morning in July 1947 the weekend after Independence Day, near the town Roswell in New Mexico. A rancher named William Brazel found pieces of debris inside of his sheep pasture, so he calls the authorities. The U.S Military is said to have recovered the debris quickly and announced it was a crashed weather balloon, but in suspicion they remain to keep the incident a secret to this day. To begin, On July 8, 1947, a rancher named William “mac” Brazel reported to the local sheriff George Wilcox, that he recovered remains of “one of those flying saucers”.
On June 14, 1947, the town of Roswell, New Mexico was home to a discovery that would propel the fifth-largest New Mexico city to worldwide fame. The discovery, in question, was debris that is debated to be either manmade or alien in origin. While bizarre conspiracy theories were given the spotlight a few decades later, the Roswell Incident managed to influence popular culture from things like The X-Files to Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater. Nowadays, Roswell serves as a tourist attraction due it its infamy, with plastic green and grey aliens plastered all over town and even a McDonald’s shaped like a flying saucer. Regardless of the town’s current playful reputation as a UFO enthusiast’s Mecca, the infamy itself is due to a decades long heated debate
UFO Cover-Ups Daniell Predieri Mrs. Hamm Honors English 4 January 24, 2018 The question of whether or not aliens exist seems to be getting closer and closer to being answered. Although there isn’t irrefutable evidence that proves the existence of extraterrestrials, there are thousands of people who claim to have seen an alien spacecraft or have even claimed to have been visited by these beings.
In the summer of 1947, there was a day that caused a lot of speculation and hysteria in Roswell, a city in New Mexico. On that day, June 14th, 1947, an unknown object crash-landed into a ranch in the city of Roswell, New Mexico, leaving a huge amount of debris. There were many people that did not know what to make of this, and asked themselves, “Was that an alien crash or was it something else?” Many people claimed that it was from an unidentified flying object, or UFO, but others believe it is something less interesting. However, the hype of the incident was silenced until 1979 after the U.S. government officially declared that the debris was nothing more than the debris of a weather balloon.
Surprisingly, this theory started because of the Presley family and their acceptance and belief in otherworldly beings. Elvis himself claimed to have connections to extraterrestrials. The night Elvis was born, his parents, Vernon and Gladys Presley, and his family doctor, Robert Hunt, all claim that they saw a strange glowing light ‘beaming’ over the Presley family home (Biography) (Corbett) (History). His father specifically mentioned seeing a bright blue unidentified flying object (UFO) hovering above the house at around two a.m.
Alien abductions are discussed as fakes, or insane people babbling. Many people don’t believe they are real. However, a small population believes they are real. People have been abducted quite a few times, but no one believes a word they say about it.
There are people who have gazed upon the moon, which orbits the earth, and debated with themselves a philosophical question along the lines of “Did NASA ever really land there?” or “Was Apollo 11 faked?” These people have been inquiring about an event people have been speculating about ever since Apollo 11 was allegedly on the moon. Speaking of Apollo 11, this trip supposedly took a bunch of photos of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin on the moon, and based on these photos, viewers can conclude that faking the moon landing would have required technology that NASA did not have and it would require everyone working on the project to keep quiet. There were also natural occurrences on the moon, which had large numbers of people questioning whether
As mentioned before, a high number of planes and ships have disappeared as they pass through the region, generating many conspiracy theories -a lot of them giving inspiration for movies, books, magazines, newspaper articles, documentaries and TV shows.
Throughout history, many people have believed that aliens exist. Over the last 50 years there have been hundreds of UFO sightings and aliens abductions reports. For example, in 1947 a man named Kenneth Arnold was flying over the Cascade Mountains when he saw “nine objects, glowing bright blue-white, flying in a V formation” (history). At first he thought it was some kind of aircraft built by the government, but later investigation revealed that it wasn’t. Although people claim to have seen aliens or been abducted by them there isn’t enough evidence to back it up.
Stories of unexplained disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle started to reach public awareness around 1950 and have been consistently reported since then. The Bermuda Triangle is a place where planes, boats and even people disappear and are never found. While there are plentiful theories that can be used to explain the mysterious happenings of the Bermuda Triangle, three reasons present a more accurate description about the mysterious happenings. The first theory that some people say could explain the mysterious happenings of the Bermuda Triangle could be the Methane Gas Theory.
On the 24th of July, 1969 the whole world paused to watch the live broadcast of the first men to step onto the moon and claim territory with the U.S flag - a victory in the century long space race. Yet there a small minority avidly protest against this official statement, claiming that this should not be a cause of celebration but instead, suspicion. In this essay I shall prove how believers ignore clear facts and logic that prove that there is no conspiracy. The theory relies on the fact that the United States would not be able to reach the moon and are desperate enough to fake it.
The famous triangular UFO has been spotted once again. This time, nearly crashing into a commercial plane in Scarborough, Ontario. 56-year-old citizen Paul Shishis was lucky enough to capture over 50 pictures and some video of the strange object. STUNNING UFO SIGHTING GOES VIRAL A stunning video of the famed "pyramid-shaped ' UFO was taken above the Canadian skies on Wednesday.
Truthers: NASA 's Images of Pluto Are Another Conspiracy Theory The Pluto flyby mission that issued close images of Pluto raised questions about a possible conspiracy theory as some believe the Pluto Images are fake. The so-called Truthers question the truthfulness of the flyby on the internet. NASA 's New Horizons spacecraft captured photos of Pluto and its moon Charon. The images show differences in the surface material and exaggerated colors which were a consequence of using filters of the craft 's camera.
[Conspiracy Theory Essay - Taylor Hauss - Russo - 8C] For Socratic Seminar I believe we should be discussing the Bermuda Triangle. There are many theories on why ships and planes always disappear, including Aliens, a Space-Time Warp, or even the gravitational mascons theory. I myself believe all of these are wrong though. The most believable theory in my opinion is that it doesn’t even exist.
Ever since humans acknowledged Space we have issued that the other planets in the galaxies are like earth. A major conspiracy on earth has been aliens. Many people believe that aliens exist, and there have been forms of evidence that in fact the do exist. There is proof that other planets in the galaxies have water, or livable. There is proof that aliens have came to planet earth, and proof of aliens visiting other planets in the galaxy.