Tag Archives: new-mexico

Daniel W Fry

One of the first modern contactees. Author of The White Sands Incident. On July 4, 1950, Fry was working at the White Sands Proving Ground in New Mexico as an employee of the AeroJet Corperation. In the evening he took a walk into the desert, and at one point though he saw the stars disappearing. […]

Lincoln LaPaz

An American astronomer from the University of New Mexico and a pioneer in the study of meteors. On July 10th, 1947, while driving with his wife and children near Fort Sumner, New Mexico, La Paz reported seeing a huge elliptical object in the sky. From Life magazine, April 7, 1952. “HAVE WE VISITORS FROM SPACE?” […]

Robert S Carr

Robert Spencer Carr (March 26, 1909 – April 28, 1994) Director of Educational Research, Walt Disney Studios Lecturer In Mass Communication, University of South Florida Science fiction author First reporter of the Aztec New Mexico UFO Crash on February 13 1948. According to Jaques Vallee, Carr was a lecturer in mass communication at the University […]

Paul Bennewitz

According to Jacques Vallee, Paul Bennewitz was “a respected physicist who managed a small electronics company close to Kirtland Air Force Base. Hypnotized by Dr. Leo Sprinkle, Bennewitz began relating increasingly extreme experiences of abductees and aliens. His “memories” included seeing body parts floating in vats of amniotic fluid in secret laboratories beneath , Dulce, […]

Holloman AFB

Located in in Otero County, New Mexico. Originally founded as Alamogordo Army Air Field in 1942, it was renamed Holloman Air Force Base on January 13, 1948, in honor of the late Col. George V. Holloman, a pioneer in guided missile research. Donald Menzel saw a UFO near here on May 12, 1949 — a […]

Mac Brazel

William W “Mac” Brazel In July of , something crashed onto his ranch outside Roswell, New Mexico. Soon after the Roswell Incident, Mac Brazel left town never to be heard from again. Links wiki: Witness_accounts_of_the_Roswell_UFO_incident Interview with Mac Brazel – Roswell Daily Chronicle, July 9, 1947