The “Other” Roswell

Other RoswellFormer Air Force Aviator Discloses Startling UFO Crash Story

On a clear spring day in 1955, Air Force reservist Robert Willingham was piloting an F-86 fighter jet across West Texas when he saw an intensely bright UFO streak past his aircraft at over 2,000 miles per hour and then crash-land along the banks of the Rio Grande River, where he later found smoldering, twisted wreckage that convinced him the object was not of the Earth.

Dr. Bruce Maccabee, world-class UFO researcher, says about this book, “One of the world’s most interesting UFO crash retrieval stories. I believe that the reader will find this book important support for the idea that Alien Flying Craft have crashed on earth and have been retrieved and covered up by the United States government.”

The Other Roswell: UFO Crash on the Texas-Mexico Border discloses for the first time ever, the eyewitness testimony of Colonel Willingham, who says that he chased a UFO across Texas, saw it crash to the earth near Del Rio, Texas, and later visited the crash site. Click here to read a review of our book from the Nov. 2008 issue of MUFON Journal.

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Colonel Willingham Describes ET Bodies He Saw at Crash Site

During a March 2010 live radio interview on the Jeff Rense program, Colonel Robert Willingham (retired) disclosed for the first time his recollections of three strange, non-human entities that he saw inside the ruptured hull of the crashed UFO near Del Rio, Texas, in 1955. Willingham said two of the bodies were badly mangled, but one was fairly intact. The entities wore no clothing of any kind. Willingham was fascinated by the arms of the creatures, which he describes as being “like broomsticks.” To listen to Willingham’s disclosure, click on the YouTube videos below:

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Additional YouTube videos featuring retired Colonel Robert B. Willingham: