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Tiny Men, Flying Discs [UFOs] To Visit Us, Says Scientist | 67th ANNIVERSARY of THE AZTEC UFO CRASH

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UFO Authors Return to Site of Aztec Flying Saucer Crash | 67th ANNIVERSARY of THE AZTEC UFO CRASH

Scott and Susan Ramsey at their plaque marking the site of an alleged UFO crash 3-27-15
Scott and Susan Ramsey at their plaque marking the site of an alleged UFO crash (Credit: Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times)

By James Fenton
The Daily Times
3-2-8-15

      AZTEC — They’re baaack.

Authors and UFO researchers Scott and Suzanne Ramsey returned to Aztec last week from their home in North Carolina to continue work for an expanded and updated edition of the couple’s 2012 self-published book “The Aztec Incident — Recovery at Hart Canyon.”

After conducting more than a quarter of a century of research, the Ramseys — Suzanne Ramsey is from Farmington — once again traversed the sandstone mesas of Hart Canyon, 8 miles northeast of Aztec, to examine the area where believers say a UFO crash landed 67 years ago.

Aztec’s brush with alien life is purported to have occurred on March 25, 1948. . . .

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Plane Towed ‘Doodlebug’ Hunts for Ore & Oil | 67th ANNIVERSARY of THE AZTEC UFO CRASH

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Time Magazine Pays Tribute To ‘Flying Saucer’ Pundit – Silas Newton (1930) | 67th ANNIVERSARY of THE AZTEC UFO CRASH

Silas Newton

By Time Magazine
11-10-1930

      The staff of the New York Evening Journal last week discovered a story in their midst: pretty young Nan O’Reilly, reporter for the sporting department, had been coming to work for a year and a half in a swanky limousine with liveried chauffeur. She would get out of the car around the corner from the office and walk in like the workaday rest of the crowd.

For a year and a half she had kept secret the fact that she was married, that her husband is a millionaire—President Silas Newton of Indiana Southwestern Gas & Utilities Corp. He is an able golfer (six times champion of Virginia).

They met at a tournament she was covering. Often after their marriage they met again at tournaments—formally, without sign of their relation. “When we get back home we have many a laugh.” She was afraid she would lose her job if her Journal chiefs knew she was married, rich. Newspaper work has an abiding fascination for those who have followed it. You get about so much, meet so many “interesting people.” . . .

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Silas Newton is Innocent and Will Fight Charges, says Son| 67th ANNIVERSARY of THE AZTEC UFO CRASH

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Revelations of The Aztec UFO Crash (Redux) | 67th ANNIVERSARY

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