Most UFO enthusiasts and researchers know about the Roswell UFO crash in 1947, and it has become an icon for those seeking the truth about UFOs and aliens, but there was another crash that happened six years later near the town of Kingman Arizona. Many those who have heard of the crash insist it was a hoax due to some of the reports which came out in 1973 contained names of roads that did not exist in the 1953 period. This is a point which most local people should know very well. Therefore, there is some controversy as to the authenticity of the crash.
Taking a closer look at the specifics of the Kingman crash, many similarities start to emerge with the Roswell crash. It might also be noted that the powers that be are very well versed at disinformation to throw suspicion on the event to make the public believe the crash never happened.
Looking at the similarities of the crashes, one of the claims is the craft was a back engineered vehicle from a previously obtained alien ship. It was described as being approximately thirty feet in diameter and disk shaped. There was a hole in the side of the ship as if it was either hit by a missile, or there was an internal explosion. Inside the ship, it was reported to have a small cockpit or cabin where the controls were located. This cockpit had very small chairs at the controls. Of course, most UFO followers with automatically thing of the Gray aliens.
Reports also state there were several bodies located. The beings were wearing some type of flight suit, and they were about four feet tall. The reports state there were many military personnel in the area conducting various tasks.
In my military career, I participated in a crash scene investigation. We were bused in from Holloman Air Force Base (near Alamogordo, New Mexico). Once we arrived at the crash site near Roswell, we relieved a investigative team that had already been there. This was not the famous crash of 1947. We were instructed to line up shoulder to shoulder and take one step forward on each command. We were to call out if any tissue or metal parts were found. Once we completed the search on the grid square we did the search again this time perpendicular on the grid. We were replaced with another team which re-accomplished the same task.
The similarities between the two crashes are too close to be ignored. I know the procedure, and I know the truth.