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UFO Wreckage Wright Patterson AFB Hanger 18

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This clip shows footage of Supposed pictures of Wright Patterson AFB Hanger 18 and UFO Wreckage.

Rumors over the years have said that wreckage from various UFO crashes have been shipped and placed in and under the infamous Hangar 18 at Wright-Patterson AFB.

These rumors started with the Roswell incident and were furthered with a crash of a 100ft diameter saucer near Aztec, New Mexico, in which the remains of 16 aliens were shipped to Wright-Patterson AFB shortly thereafter.

Since then, Wright-Patterson AFB has become a haven for UFO folklore and stories, mainly due to its history with the controversial subject of alien landings, sightings and government conspiracy.

From 1947 to 1969, the US Air Force investigated UFOs under Project Blue Book. The project, headquartered at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, was terminated on December 17, 1969. Of a total of 12,618 sightings reported by Project Blue Book, 701 still remain unidentified.

One case in particular, a case of a downed 35ft diameter saucer near the US-Mexican border town of Calexico, California has sparked the interest of many UFO researchers. In this 1989 crash, sources within the US Government who have chosen to remain anonymous, stated that the remains of another 4 aliens were shipped to the infamous hanger 18 at Wright-Patterson AFB. Another unidentified source, who claims to been given special access to the tunnel network under Wright-Patterson AFB Hanger 18, has said that he saw the bodies of 20 aliens cryogenically preserved.

The witness described the bodies to look like Mexicans. He continued by saying they appeared to look like hotel housekeepers, migrant crop workers, day laborers, restaurant workers and sweat shop workers. When asked about this and a possible scenario for his findings, our source said that they probably just crawled under a fence, waded across a river, or something like that.



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