For years, there have been claims that various technologies such as Velcro and night vision equipment were back engineered from alien designs. But there was never anything definite to prove such claims.

Incredibly, Tom Carey and Donald Schmitt have found smoking gun proof that one certain substance that was found in the Roswell debris HAS been back-engineered and is now on the market and being used in some of our most sophisticated projects.

Listen as they describe this material, what it does, and, above all, why they are sure it started with Roswell. Their research is very thorough and convincing, presented at a high level of credibility. This is really exceptional information.

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Tom Carey and Don Schmitt have just published a groundbreaking and definitive book about the Roswell Incident that—incredibly—is full of new revelations and new research of the very highest order. For example, they have solved the mystery of "Hangar 18" at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

If you go to Wright-Pat and ask to see Hangar 18, you’ll get the condescending reply that it doesn’t exist and never has.
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Dr. Jesse Marcel died suddenly at his home today. It is believed that he was the victim of a heart attack. Dr. Marcel was the son of Col. Jesse Marcel, who was the first military officer on the scene of the Roswell UFO crash that took place in July of 1947. In a videotape made in 1979, Col. Marcel described the materials that he had found, and after his death Dr. Marcel began telling the story of the materials as his father had shown them to him when he was a boy in 1947.  He recalled metal that would resume its shape if bent, and I beams that had hieroglyphics on them.
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Military personnel arrested a BBC film crew at the secret Area 51 military base in Nevada where UFO conspiracy theorists claim US authorities are keeping bodies of aliens and debris from a spacecraft that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947 (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to these shows).

They were arrested after they sneaked past the security perimeter, and were forced to lie on the ground for three hours while officials at the base carried out identification checks.
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