Wouldn’t it be nice to really know what happened in Roswell? Well just buy Annie Jacobsen’s new book and you too can find out. OR you can just get the cliff notes version and save yourself some cash and time. In Annie’s new book “Area 51: An Uncensored History of America’s Top Secret Military Base” She talks all about the usual secret planes that were worked on, the Russian planes that we gained because of defectors and even of all the satellites that went over area 51 and when they would come around. When they came around she would explain that the people working at the base would just simply cover them up with a shack or a tarp and even better they would try to fool them y using cardboard cutouts of planes that don’t even exist. Sounds fun so far right? And then here come crazy talk, no not you local native American at the corner store but a unnamed source that claimed to of worked at Area 51 for years. Big surprise no one knows the name of this “source” and cant confirm any of his information. So here is where Annie “jumps the shark”. In her book she goes on to state that her “source” says that the Roswell crash was really a Russian aircraft that was a part of an Nazi UFO program. But wait there’s more. The pilots of the craft are really humans that were also a part of a Nazi medical program to make humans look like children. This is all in an effort to ride the wave of the War of the Worlds scare of 1938. Yea, the wave of fear that swept the nation after that broadcast…. not the next year but 9 years later. Way to stay on top of current events Stalin. So, in short its safe to say that the latest buzz about the Roswell Crash and Area 51 is nothing but pure hogwash cooked up by an old man that used to work at area 51 and his statements were blown out by a woman looking to sell a few books. Well it seems o of worked she has had multiple interviews by ABC, CNN, FOX and even on the Jon Stewart show…. P.T. Barnum would of been proud.
Don’t take my word for it though, buy the book and find out for yourself and come to you own conclusion.