Video: The Evidence OF UFO in
Washington and New Mexico
It could be dismissed as pilot error, but there were hundreds, if not thousands. Could they really just be the hallucinations of tired or terrified men?
Civilian pilot Kenneth Arnold said:" Call me Einstein, Flash Gordon or just plain crazy, but I know what I saw!”
Referring to the nine strange aircraft he’d seen flying rapidly in formation over
on the afternoon of 24 June 1947. Mount Rainier, Washington
It was not the shape of the craft themselves but the way they had moved through the sky that would fix itself in the popular imagination.
He said:‘They flew like a saucer would if you skipped it across water,’
In July 8 edition of the Roswell Daily Record appeared in
with the front page headline ‘Army Air Force Captures Flying Disc in Roswell Region’, the transformation of motion into archetypal form was complete. Although both stories originated in local newspapers, they were quickly picked up all over the world, and the lure of the flying saucer, the promise implied in its ellipsoid shape, has subsequently pervaded modern popular culture. New Mexico