Monday, January 26, 2009

Mexico's Roswell

How did one of Mexico’s most infamous UFO crashes end up in the unauthorized hands of the U.S. Military? Would you believe that we simply swooped in, in broad daylight, and took it from them, without even a scuffle? Well, it’s kind of hard to put up a fight when you’re sprawled out on the desert floor, with all of your comrades dead from exposure to some mysterious poisoning!

From a little-known document referred to as the “Deneb Report,” we learn that late in the evening of August 25, 1974, the U.S. military began tracking an unidentified object that suddenly dropped out of earth’s orbit at 75,000 feet, reportedly traveling at 2,500 MPH, in a straight trajectory toward the city of Corpus Christi, Texas. Now, 35 years ago, we were still very much concerned with threats of missile attacks from the Soviet Union and, according to the report, just as the military was scrambling fighter jets to intercept, the object abruptly turned south and flew straight down the Texas/Mexico coastline.

By the time it had changed course again (obviously not a Soviet missile or even a meteor, for that matter), and this time in a northwestern direction into Mexican airspace, it had slowed to a mere 2,000 MPH and had dropped in altitude to 4,500 feet. Within a matter of minutes (remember it’s traveling at three times the speed of sound—a mile/second) the UFO disappeared from radar screens and had crashed just outside the small desert town of Coyame, in the northern part of Mexico’s state of Chihuahua.

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