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The Roswell Incident
Let's see how much you know about one of the most famous UFO incidents. And remember 'The truth is out there!'
On July 2nd 1947 a flying saucer crashed during a severe thunderstorm near this place.
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Corona, New Mexico
When the debris were claimed by the Army to be the remains of this object, the interest in the Roswell case subdued and it became part of the UFO folklore.
A children's kite made of а new kind of silver-paper
A balloon with a metallic radar reflector
A Soviet spy device, used to take pictures of the area at high resolutions
A meteorological device, used to measure the solar radiation
The Roswell Incident allowed residents in the region to start developing the so-called UFO tourism.
President Bill Clinton is known to have had an intense interest in Roswell.
In 1995 the British producer Ray Santilli released a film supposedly showing the autopsy of an alien from the 1947 crash. The movie is widely considered spurious both within and outside the UFO community mainly due to this reason.
The surgeons' accent was British.
The alleged alien body was the result of computer animation.
The surgeons disregarded conventional surgical and scientific procedure.
None of these.
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The found pieces of debris are considered by some to be remnants of a balloon flight launched as part of a top-secret program called this.
An incident involving many USAF personnel in the UK in 1980 increased the amount of interest in Roswell. What is the name of this event also know as "the English Roswell"?
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To skeptics, Roswell is a classic example of what D.H. Rawcliffe called this (an extraordinary story is told, then retold with embellishments and remodeled with favorable points emphasized while unfavorable ones are dropped).
The official position of the United States government, as of 2005, remains that nothing of a paranormal or extraterrestrial nature had happened.
George Wilcox was the sheriff who Mac Brazel contacted after discovering the crashed flying saucer.
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