Roswell by Karl T. Pflock
Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Believe

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For over fifty years an incident near Roswell, New Mexico, has sparked the imaginations of UFO enthusiasts. Did the military recover a crashed "flying saucer" there, along with several extraterrestrial bodies? Has the government gone to great lengths to hide the evidence? Over time these speculations have reached the status of unquestionable truths in the minds of many ufologists.

In this definitive study of the Roswell incident, longtime UFO researcher Karl T. Pflock-who is convinced that some UFO reports are real alien sightings-concludes, after an exhaustive investigation, that no alien craft or bodies were ever found at Roswell. Pflock admits at the outset that he too once strongly believed there might be something to the Roswell alien stories, and he describes how he then came to discover the whole truth. Using formerly classified records he proves that the U.S. government has absolutely no physical evidence of aliens, shows how critical weather data completely refute key claims of Roswell believers, and explains why the case now rises and falls on the testimony of just one witness, who cleverly manipulated leading investigators and continues to do so today.

Pflock's intensive research and access to once-classified documents-including facsimilies of important formerly classified documents, 28 witness affidavits, and the entire Pratt-Marcel interview transcript-make this book must reading even for UFO buffs-believers and skeptics alike- who feel they know everything about Roswell.

About Karl T. Pflock

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Pflock is a New Mexico State Section Director of the Mutual UFO Network, a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and intelligence officer for the Central Intelligence Agency.
Published June 1, 2001 by Prometheus Books. 331 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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UFO researcher Pflock has written the definitive book on facts and fantasies surrounding the now-familiar series of 1947 events at Roswell, N.Mex., interpreted by many as an air force coverup involving extraterrestrial bodies at a UFO crash site.

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The history of the Roswell Incident investigatory efforts is rich with phony and altered documents ( Roswell Incident co-author Moore got caught passing one), dubious sworn statements, a filmed autopsy hoax, clear lying, wildly changing accounts and researchers sporting bogus credentials.

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