Roswell – ‘It was a craft that did not come from this planet’ claims CIA agent


Roswell - 'It was a craft that did not come from this planet' claims CIA agent

A long-serving CIA agent has spoken out on  the 65th anniversary of the Roswell Incident to reveal a hidden CIA file on the  ‘UFO’ that was supposedly found at the site – and says, ‘It really  happened.’

Conspiracy theorists believe that alien  bodies from the crashed ‘disc’ were autopsied – and that modern technologies  have been built on discoveries from inside the craft.

Chase Brandon, an agent who served 25 years  with the agency, said that the information is concealed in a hidden vault within  the agency’s Langley headquarters.

‘It was in a vaulted area – there was one box  that really caught my eye. It had one word on it: Roswell. I rummaged inside it,  put the box on the shelf and said, “My God, it really happened.”

Roswell - 'It was a craft that did not come from this planet' claims CIA agent

‘It was not a weather balloon – it was  what  people first reported,’ says Chase Brandon, a CIA agent who served  35 years  with the agency. ‘It was a craft that did not come from this  planet.’

Brandon spoke out on the 65th anniversary of  the Roswell incident – and claims to have seen direct evidence of  the ‘alien’  visitation in a high-security area of the CIA’s Langley  headquarters.

For twenty-five years Brandon served in the  Agency’s elite Clandestine Service as an undercover, covert operations officer  carrying out foreign assignments involving international terrorism,  counterinsurgency, global narcotics trafficking and weapons  smuggling.

When the Roswell incident occurred, military  authorities issued a press release, which began: ‘The many  rumours regarding  the flying disc became a reality yesterday when the  intelligence officer of the  509th Bomb Group of the Eighth Air Force,  Roswell Army Air Field, was fortunate  enough to gain possession of a  disc.’

Yet, just 24 hours later, the military  changed their story and  claimed the object they’d first thought was a ‘flying  disc’ was a  weather balloon that had crashed on a nearby ranch.

Amazingly, the media and the public accepted  the explanation without question.

Now agents such as Brandon are once again  calling into question the ‘official’ line on the incident.