Monday, June 20, 2005

Roswell Aliens Were Really Japanese

DALLAS (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – It’s truly alienating but a UFO researcher in Dallas claims the extraterrestrials who supposedly crashed in Roswell, New Mexico, in July 1947, were actually Japanese pilots.

Nick Redfern claims during World War II, the Japanese army planned to attack the west coast of the U.S. by taking a bizarre aircraft that combined a winged plane and loading it with a plague virus and crashing it kamikaze-style into Los Angeles or San Francisco.

The project never got off the ground, but when the war ended, American officials recruited Japanese scientists to work on a similar project for the U.S.

Redfern says the Roswell crash was a test flight with very short Japanese pilots who were later mistaken for E.T.s.

He says U.S. officials helped fire up rumors of alien craft because they feared citizens wouldn’t support a project devised by people who had attacked America a few years earlier.

Redfern reveals more about the spacey scandal in a new book, Body Snatchers In The Desert (Paraview Pocket Books).

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