If you go to Google today, you will find a new doodle commemorating the 66th anniversary of the Roswell UFO incident, an event which allegedly occurred in 1947. The doodle is a small game which you can activate by using your mouse or pointer and click on the alien within the doodle.
In early July 1947, witnesses reported seeing flying saucers and unidentified material on the ground in Roswell, N.M. Conspiracy theories about aliens visiting earth became widespread following a July 8 news report in The Roswell Daily Record. Headlined “RAAF Captures Flying Saucer On Ranch in Roswell Region,” the article said the Roswell Army Air Field‘s intelligence office recovered a “flying saucer” after a local rancher found it on his property.
Over the years Hollywood, has filled a lot of theater seats with alien landings or invasions. The usual consensus is they come here looking to find a few military vehicles along with their personnel to either blast or melt them with a powerful ray. Some of them aren’t content with blasting a few jeeps, truck or tanks, they move on to zapping entire buildings. Some of these sightings are viewed through low resolution photography and look vaguely like a 1950’s or 60’s hubcap tossed through the air. True UFO hunters have shown pictures on many crop fields which have patterns when viewed from the air look amazingly like what my drunken Uncle did on a Saturday night for fun in his convertible.
We’ve had invasion movies from Mars and Venus plus other unnamed areas of the universe. Among the many these 3 stand out; War of the Worlds, The Day the Earth Stood Still and Independence Day. Of course there are many others and sometimes the movies begin alien contact through our own fictional advanced space travel. The first entertainment format for War of the Worlds apart from the book, was the radio broadcast by ‘The Mercury Theater on the Air‘, narrated by actor and future filmmaker Orson Welles on Halloween 1930. He was so convincing, despite the prior warning it was from a book, that many people ran from their homes in fear of their lives.
Note  In 1997, Col Philip Corso’s book, The Day After Roswell, appeared and quickly rose into the New York Time’s best seller list with his revelations concerning his role in a classified program to seed extraterrestrial technologies into the private sector.
Col Corso had a distinguished career as a Military Intelligence officer, serving in senior positions during the Second World War, the Korean war, and under the Eisenhower administration.
It was during his assignment as ‘Special Assistant’ to Lt General Arthur Trudeau, who headed Army Research and Development, that Corso became head of the newly established Foreign Technology Desk.
During this assignment from 1961 to 1963, Corso claims to have regularly passed on to various corporations, key ‘foreign technologies’ that were in fact, extraterrestrial in origin. This led to breakthroughs in developing the integrated circuit, night vision technology, fiber optics, super tenacity fibers, lasers and other cutting edge technologies. Corso’s book details a remarkable case; a former senior military official emerging as a whistle-blower to reveal information about classified projects involving extraterrestrial vehicles (ETVs) or extraterrestrial biological entities (EBEs).
Since the publication of his book, there has been much controversy between those believing Col Corso was blowing the whistle on classified U.S. Army activities involving seeding extraterrestrial technologies into private industry, and those believing Corso distorted his distinguished military service in order to assume a historical role far beyond his actual achievements.
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Note  Paul Hellyer former Canadian Defense Minister talking about Aliens & Political Conspiracies
Paul Hellyer has been opposed to the weaponization of space. He supports the Space Preservation Treaty to ban space weapons. In early September 2005, Hellyer made headlines by publicly announcing that he believed in the existence of UFOs.
US box office top five
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