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Aztec UFO Incident Still Debated 69 Years Later | VIDEO

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Aztec UFO Incident Still Debated 69 Years Later

      AZTEC — Saturday marks the 69th anniversary of an incident that is still up for debate. Some claim that March 25, 1948, an alien spacecraft landed or crash-landed in Heart Canyon.
By J.R. Oppenheim
www.kob.com
3-24-17

“Hundreds of military and intelligence documents that since the Freedom of Information Act and research shows that something happened here, and something happened in and around Aztec,” Brooks Marshall as he stood below the bluff where a few books and other research claim the craft landed.

From below, there isn’t much to see. A photo Marshall produced showed that the site below the supposed crash site used to have many tanks used for some manner of gas production. Marshall said he can confirm the picture, he moved to the area in the 1970s, working at El Paso Natural Gas.

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The Aztec UFO Incident? Indians to Aid Search For Mystery Meteor – Nov, 1947

Indians to Aid Search For Mystery Meteor - Nov, 1947
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Charting of accounts and points of observation, he said; indicate the

By Paper Unknown
November 1947

sky stone or fragments of it should have reached the earth in an area of a few miles north of Red Rock, southwest of Ship Rock Mountain N.M.

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Noting reports of recent searches for “mystery” plane crashes, Dr. Nininger pointed out that fruitless searching for planes “that never fell can be avoided …”

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The Aztec UFO Incident? Indians to Aid Search For Mystery Meteor – Nov, 1947

Indians to Aid Search For Mystery Meteor - Nov, 1947
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     […]

Charting of accounts and points of observation, he said; indicate the

By Paper Unknown
November 1947

sky stone or fragments of it should have reached the earth in an area of a few miles north of Red Rock, southwest of Ship Rock Mountain N.M.

[…]

Noting reports of recent searches for “mystery” plane crashes, Dr. Nininger pointed out that fruitless searching for planes “that never fell can be avoided …”

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The Aztec UFO Incident? Mystery Meteor Hunted

Mystery Meteor Hunted - AP 11-4-1947
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     Scientists tracking a mystery object which blazed across the sky the night of Oct. 30, [1947] on the theory it was a meteorite, decided Tuesday that it fell in the “Four Corners” country.
By AP
11-4-1947

[…]

The flashing object was the second to streak across western skies in a month. The first roared over El Paso three weeks ago and came to earth in Mexico. The army said it was meteorite but witnesses said it was a V-2 rocket “or some superweapon.”

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The Aztec UFO Incident? Mystery Meteor Hunted

Mystery Meteor Hunted - AP 11-4-1947
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     Scientists tracking a mystery object which blazed across the sky the night of Oct. 30, [1947] on the theory it was a meteorite, decided Tuesday that it fell in the “Four Corners” country.
By AP
11-4-1947

[…]

The flashing object was the second to streak across western skies in a month. The first roared over El Paso three weeks ago and came to earth in Mexico. The army said it was meteorite but witnesses said it was a V-2 rocket “or some superweapon.”

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The Aztec UFO Incident? Mystery Meteor Hunted

Mystery Meteor Hunted - AP 11-4-1947
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     Scientists tracking a mystery object which blazed across the sky the night of Oct. 30, [1947] on the theory it was a meteorite, decided Tuesday that it fell in the “Four Corners” country.
By AP
11-4-1947

[…]

The flashing object was the second to streak across western skies in a month. The first roared over El Paso three weeks ago and came to earth in Mexico. The army said it was meteorite but witnesses said it was a V-2 rocket “or some superweapon.”

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The Aztec UFO Incident? Scientists and Military Converge on Witnesses’ Home

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Metorites and Flying Saucers - The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Highlighted) (Rockdale, Tex.) 1-2-1950
Witnesss were told that the mystery object was “no meteorite, but a guided object, probably from the military establishment of a foreign power.” (click and or right click on image to enlarge)

     Editors Note—The article above generally concerns what was initially reported to be a meteorite, which was tracked across the sky on October 30, 1947 (not August 1948 as the article incorrectly cites).
The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger
1-2-1950

Reports of the military and scientists converging on the alleged Flying Saucer landing are part and parcel of what has become known as The Aztec Incident. Interestingly, the article in part states:

The Weafers reported their strange experience to persons, who had been in civilization, and were told that it was the much talked of meteorite. Soon university scientists arrived and set up measuring and calculating devices at the point where Mrs. Weafer first saw the strange object.

“Internationally known experts,” says Weafer, “who were present that day at our home, approached me and told me that it was no meteorite, but a guided object, probably from the military establishment of a foreign power. There seemed considerable agreement among scientists and military authorities on the point.” [Editor’s emphasis]

The Aztec Incident was/is that thought to have occurred in the Spring (March) of 1948; what was publicly labeled a meteorite referenced in the a fore mentioned article occurred on October, 30 1947, approximately 5 months earlier. Were the Weafer’s witnesses to the Aztec Incident (from afar), further confirming military and scientific involvement? Was their experience a separate incident, 5 months apart, involving the military and scientists? Or was their sighting of an actual meteorite which seems to conflict with the Weafer declarations?—FW

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The Aztec UFO Incident? Scientists and Military Converge on Witnesses’ Home

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Metorites and Flying Saucers - The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Highlighted) (Rockdale, Tex.) 1-2-1950
Witnesss were told that the mystery object was “no meteorite, but a guided object, probably from the military establishment of a foreign power.” (click and or right click on image to enlarge)

     Editors Note—The article above generally concerns what was initially reported to be a meteorite, which was tracked across the sky on October 30, 1947 (not August 1948 as the article incorrectly cites).
The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger
1-2-1950

Reports of the military and scientists converging on the alleged Flying Saucer landing are part and parcel of what has become known as The Aztec Incident. Interestingly, the article in part states:

The Weafers reported their strange experience to persons, who had been in civilization, and were told that it was the much talked of meteorite. Soon university scientists arrived and set up measuring and calculating devices at the point where Mrs. Weafer first saw the strange object.

“Internationally known experts,” says Weafer, “who were present that day at our home, approached me and told me that it was no meteorite, but a guided object, probably from the military establishment of a foreign power. There seemed considerable agreement among scientists and military authorities on the point.” [Editor’s emphasis]

The Aztec Incident was/is that thought to have occurred in the Spring (March) of 1948; what was publicly labeled a meteorite referenced in the a fore mentioned article occurred on October, 30 1947, approximately 5 months earlier. Were the Weafer’s witnesses to the Aztec Incident (from afar), further confirming military and scientific involvement? Was their experience a separate incident, 5 months apart, involving the military and scientists? Or was their sighting of an actual meteorite which seems to conflict with the Weafer declarations?—FW

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