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Roswell’s Bizarre UFO Crash

– This week on BuzzFeed Unsolved, we investigate the Roswell incident, either the biggest UFO
cover-up of all time or just the biggest
misunderstanding of all time. Either way, 70 years later,
we’re still debating about it. This is the Holy Grail of
alien stories, in my opinion. – Yeah, it’s a buzzword. You hear it all the time. I don’t know all the gritty details. Desert, government, aliens, et cetera. – Alright, let’s get into it. – Spin a yarn, Tommy Bahama. – [Ryan] The year is 1947, a year that saw an unusually large wave of reported UFO sightings. In the last six months of 1947 alone, there were over 300
claims of UFO sightings. Among these, is the
infamous Roswell incident. Skeptics and believers alike
can agree on one thing: something crashed in the
fields of Foster Ranch located just northwest
of Roswell, New Mexico. Whether that something is
something extraordinary or mundane remains highly debated. You’re clearly on the skeptic side here, already going in, right? That’s a dumbass question. Of course you are, you’re fucking Shane. Alright. – Don’t try to paint me as a– – I’ll paint you however I want. – What? – I’ll paint the hell out
of you, however I want. – You paint me in your free time? – Yeah. (laughs) They’re good.
– Oh Jesus. – You want to see them? – Never. – [Ryan] Let’s go through
the official timeline as played out in the media
and through official reports from the US Air Force. Sometime before June 14th, a
crash occurred on Foster Ranch. On July 4th, a local
rancher named Mac Brazel visits the crash site to
pick up some of the debris. On July 7th, Mac Brazel decides
to take some of the debris to local sheriff George Wilcox. Wilcox then contacts
Colonel Butch Blanchard at the nearby military base,
the Roswell Army Airfield. This Roswell base was home to the elite 509th Bombardment Group,
which deployed atomic bombs at the end of World War II. Colonel Blanchard alerts his superior, General Roger W. Ramey, and
orders Major Jesse Marcel, the 509th’s intelligence officer, to assess the crash site
and recover the materials. – [Shane] So much bureaucracy here. – [Ryan] I mean, it’s the military. – You gotta call one guy,
he calls a different guy, who calls this guy, who orders
this guy to call that guy, and then that guy’s,
this is why information gets muddled in cases like these because you got this big
shitty chain of command. – It’s like a game of
telephone essentially, but it’s the military,
it’s a ladder structure. Of course, it’s gonna be that way. – Game of phones. – Oh my god.
– Good, huh? – No, that was terrible.
– It was good. – I’m actually upset right now. – Good. – [Ryan] Colonel Blanchard is briefed by intelligence officer
Marcel on his crash site visit and, on the morning of July 8th, consequently orders
public information officer Lieutenant Walter Haut
to issue a press release stating that they believe
they have a “flying saucer” in their possession. Soon after, the Roswell
Daily Record’s front page ran the headline, “Roswell Army Airfield captures flying saucer on
ranch in Roswell Region,” where they revealed no
details of “the flying disk.” That same day, the Air Force
strangely changes their story. General Ramey orders the crash remains to be taken to him in Fort Worth, Texas for his own personal inspection. He and his staff, including
a base weather officer, identify them as pieces
of a weather balloon and issue a subsequent press
release with the correction. A photo is taken in Ramey’s office of intelligence officer Marcel with the crash materials he misidentified. – [Shane] If you’re a higher-up, and you see this press release, and you’re like, “What the
fuck are, what is going on?” (Ryan laughs) “I gotta go clean this up now?” – [Ryan] Yeah, yeah. – [Shane] And I knew that we were pushing our big weather
balloons through that area. – [Ryan] Oh, I see what you’re saying. – [Shane} And I’m like, well
they’re not gonna believe me unless I bring in Carl, or
whatever the guy’s name. – [Ryan] And make him
sit next to his mistake. – [Shane] Bring in the weatherman, bring in the idiot rancher, and kinda rub his nose in it, like a– – [Ryan] I think it’s hilarious
that the officer they sent to go assess the crash, they made him sit and pose with all of the
materials in the office in the picture. – [Shane] “You sit here
for this photograph. “You know that’s a weather
balloon, you idiot.” (laughs) – [Ryan] The next day, on July
9th, the Roswell Daily Record runs another article with the headline, “Harassed rtncher who located
saucer sorry he told about it” in which Brazel reveals that
the supposed alien wreckage was merely “rubber strips, tinfoil, “a rather tough paper and sticks.” And with Ramey’s weather
balloon explanation being corroborated by
the case’s key witness, the world promptly forgets
about the Roswell incident for a while. Enter Stanton Friedman in 1978. Friedman was a nuclear physicist
and leading UFO researcher. In 1978, Friedman
interviewed Jesse Marcel, the then retired intelligence
officer from the 509th, who was ordered to go assess the wreckage of the Roswell incident. Marcel would fully reignite
the Roswell controversy, when he revealed that he still believed the wreckage was definitively
not a weather balloon. Here’s a quote from Major
Marcel, in a different interview, regarding the metal at the crash site. “It felt like you had
nothing in your hands. “It wasn’t any thicker than the foil “out of a pack of cigarettes. “But the thing about it that got me “is that you couldn’t even bend it, “you couldn’t dent it, “even a sledgehammer
would bounce off of it. “I knew that I had never seen
anything like that before.” He goes on to say, “It was
not anything from this earth, “that I’m quite sure of. “Being an intelligence officer, “I was familiar with
just about all materials “used in aircraft and/or air travel. “This was nothing like that.
It could not have been.” – [Shane] That was some
funky, funky metal. – [Ryan] I mean, they
took a sledgehammer to it. – [Shane] I like the sound of this metal. – [Ryan] Yeah, it sounds like I wanna get my hands on this metal. – I like that he’s given some
tactile descriptions here. It’s not just something wasn’t right. – It wouldn’t go unshining. – Yeah, he’s talking about the
weight of it, the feel of it. I like this. – [Ryan] After this admission, Friedman interviewed more witnesses, both civilian and military, and in the end, concluded
that they had been in massive cover-up of the
Roswell incident in 1947. A “cosmic watergate”. A cover-up that allegedly includes details of the crash site, the materials, the possible spacecraft and even alien bodies found at the scene. And with that, let’s get
into the two main theories. The first theory is that
the events at Roswell transpired as reported, and the alien wreck was
merely a weather balloon, as stated by the Air Force. When you look at the
physical evidence available, this appears to be what happened. Though, in 1994, the US
Air Force released a report admitting that there
was in fact a cover-up. However, it wasn’t a cover-up
of extraterrestrials, but instead, a cover-up of a
top secret military operation. The report states that the
remains found on Foster Ranch in 1947 were indeed the
remains of a weather balloon, but not any regular weather balloon. This balloon, was part of
a then top-secret program called Project Mogul. Project Mogul was conceived
up by Dr. Maurice Ewing, at Columbia University. He theorized that just
as underwater microphones could detect sound waves
produced by explosions, thousands of miles away, perhaps an airborne monitoring
system could do the same. Thus, as fears of nuclear war proliferated after World War II, and intensified at the
start of the Cold War, the top-secret airborne weather
balloons at Project Mogul, were launched to detect any nuclear tests carried out by the soviets. – Boy, that’s a big explanation. – Yeah, here’s the thing. If people are already
on you for a cover-up, I don’t think it’s a good
card to play to be like, “Oh, there was a cover-up, “that’s why we were acting so weird. “But it was this, not that. “Don’t look over there, look over here.” It’s the same thing. – Yeah, and also, it’s sort of they’re trying to have their cake and
eat it too, by saying, “There was a cover-up, “but it was just a real
nice weather balloon.” (laughs) “Like you’ve never seen, made out of “some real strange metal.” – Very shiny. – Oh, the shiniest weather
balloon you’ve ever seen. – [Ryan] Project Mogul’s
balloons were tested out at several locations around
the US and in the Pacific. And one of these locations
was over New Mexico, in the summer of 1947. Project Mogul balloons typically
measured over 650 feet long and had a tail on which various listening and sensory equipment was attached, which the military posits, could possibly be misidentified as a UFO. Interesting.
– [Shane] If it was 600 feet, it’s gonna be a huge pile of debris, there’s gonna be a lot
of weird shit there, you’re gonna be very confused. – [Ryan] At a glance, from far away, I’d be like, “Holy shit,
look at that field, “littered with debris-
– [Shane] No. – [Ryan] No, no, no, and I’d-
– [Shane] You would walk up to it and be like, “The end is nigh.” – [Ryan] (wheeze) No. – [Shane] You’d go running
through town, ringing a bell. “The Martians are here, “lock yourselves in your basements.” – [Ryan] What I would do
is, maybe I’d do that, running towards it. Then I’d get close and be like, “Oh, it’s fucking tongue
depressors and Elmer’s glue,” ’cause that’s what it
was, balsa wood sticks. – [Shane] You gotta keep it
light if you want it to float. – [Ryan] That’s not alien
materials, is what I’m getting at. I would obviously get close and be like, “Oh, this is just human’s shit.” In February of 1994, the general accounting
office of the US Congress, initiated an audit, at the request of New Mexico congressman,
Steve Schiff, a UFO skeptic, to locate all government records relating to the Roswell
incident and determine if these records were handled properly. The report was published by
the US Air Force in 1995, titled, “The Roswell
report: fact versus fiction “in the New Mexico desert.” The findings of the audit
supported the theory that debris found in
1947 was from a balloon used in Project Mogul, and
found no evidence that aliens or alien spacecraft were involved. The report concludes that
Marcel and Blanchard’s original flying saucer
press release was, in part, an overreaction, and
in part due to the fact that flying saucer was a new term that didn’t yet have a clear meaning. Bullshit. – [Shane] Uh, that’s fair. – [Ryan] Are you fucking kidding me? – So, flying saucer, at that point, didn’t necessarily mean space alien, it was just literally like, “That looks like the thing I put my tea on but it’s levitating.” Right? – What? You’re saying that they
didn’t know what they meant when they said flying saucer? – I mean, it hasn’t always
been in the national lexicon, there weren’t people in Ancient
Rome saying flying saucer. – [Ryan] In 1997, the Air
Force released another report titled, “The Roswell report: case closed,” in which they offered
this possible explanation for claims to alien bodies
found at the crash site. In the mid 1950s, the
military tested the effects of parachute jumping on humans, by dropping human-like
dummies over New Mexico. The dummies had latex or plastic skin, and could be mistaken per alien bodies by witnesses at the Roswell crash. But, if these dummy drops
were in the mid 1950s, how could this possibly
explain the Roswell incident, that preceded it by several years? The military has an answer for that, too. Air Force Colonel John
Haynes, explains that during the recounting
of events decades later, details “tend to become compressed,” suggesting, both he and the
Air Force, actually believe that witnesses are mixing up
events from the mid 1950s, with what was perhaps, the
most horrifying memories of their lives years earlier. – [Shane] Eh, we’ve all done it. – [Ryan] No. – [Shane] Right? – [Ryan] No, I mean, sure, if I’m trying to remember what I had for breakfast a year ago, yeah, I’m gonna be a little foggy on that. But, if I’m remembering that time I saw alien bodies thrown from a wreckage, I think I’m gonna
remember that quite clear and when it happened. Another discrepancy is the fact that the bodies are repeatedly
described as “little”, often four feet or less, yet the dummies used on these
drops were six feet tall. It’s unclear how this
contradiction is also an effect of time compression. That being said, one interesting
tidbit from the report, is the fact that, upon requesting files from the Roswell Air Force base, from the year of the
Roswell incident in 1947, it was found that all
records from that time, from January to October
1947 had been destroyed. And even more suspicious,
the person or organization that had destroyed these files, and the authority under
which they had done so, were not indicated. – [Shane] Well. – [Ryan] This is a reach. – [Shane] It’s a bit of a reach. – [Ryan] There it is,
that’s all I wanted to hear. – [Shane] No, it’s a bit of a reach. (Ryan laughs) No, no. Some of this is gonna be baloney, other bits I might not be so sure. – [Ryan] This one is certified fresh? – [Shane] (sniffs) Yeah,
I’ll take a bite of that. – (laughs) That’s a fresh cut. And with that, let’s get
into the second theory, that the Government engaged in a cover-up to hide knowledge of alien life. Actually, before I get into
it, I do have one more thing. – What’s? No, no, no. This is not usually part of the thing. What are you doing? Are you putting a tin foil hat? (laughs) – [Ryan] Before I get into this, I would like to preface
this theory with a fact that most of this is based off interviews with those who claimed to
have eyewitness testimony. The amount of witnesses is said
to be more than 600 people, ranging from civilian
to high-level military. Some details of these
stories vary between sources, so we’ve chosen to mainly
focus on interviews conducted by two respected researchers, named Thomas J. Carey
and Donald R. Schmitt, for their book, “Witness to Roswell, “Unmasking the 60-year cover-up.” And while most skeptics
will scoff at that notion, consider this: if there
are hundreds of witnesses to a murder, all recounting
similar details of the crime, would you doubt they
were telling the truth? – [Shane] I don’t know, I guess it depends on the circumstances. – [Ryan] No, there’s hundreds of people. – [Shane] (laughs) I just don’t want you to have any satisfaction. – [Ryan] You know I’m
making a good point there. If there’s hundreds of people– – [Shane] I’m not gonna give it to you. – [Ryan] No, you’re gonna give.. By saying, “I’m not giving
you the satisfaction,” means you internally
want to agree with that. – [Shane] If there’s only eyewitness proof and no actual proof of the murder? – [Ryan] Sure, if there’s five people. But if there’s six hundred that have high-level
military fucking people within that group… – [Shane] No blood though? No blood, no evidence, no nothing? – [Ryan] There’s 600 people,
why would they all lie? – The more riled up you get right now, the worse you come off,
because of this accessory. – Yeah, I realize..
– It’s really not helping. – I realize now that
this was a very bad call, I thought it would be really funny, but now I realize I look
like a fucking fool. Let’s begin by going
over suspicious details around the time of the crash. Particularly, the contradiction
between the official record and eye-witness testimony. When Mac Brazel took
some of the crash debris to the sheriff, debris that crash site witnesses
described as otherworldly, Brazel also reported immediately
something significant. According to a local radio personality, Frank Joyce, at the KGFL radio station, Brazel admitted that the
crash site was likely a UFO, and more importantly, that
there were alien bodies on the scene. According to Jud Roberts, a minority owner of KGFL radio station, this admission would be recorded later, but KGFL did not air the
interview due to phone calls from the FCC and US Senator Dennis Chavez urging them not to. – [Shane] If you got a crazy
guy still spouting lies, yeah, I’ll put a stop to him. – [Ryan] Or, you got a very
sane guy spouting truth. – [Shane] Yeah, or that. (Ryan laughs) – [Ryan] As detailed before,
the military would issue an incendiary press release,
saying they had a flying saucer only to correct themselves, a day later. Like the military,
Brazel would also recant any statements made
about UFOs at this time. According to researchers
Carey and Schmitt, shortly after Brazel’s new statements, neighbors said Brazel purchased
a brand new pickup truck, and left his job as a
rancher to start a business, in Alamogordo, New Mexico. Also suspicious in Carey
and Schmitt’s findings: on testimonies from
locals and Brazel’s family that revealed Brazel was
detained by the military around this time, further sugggesting that he could’ve been forced to recant his statements about UFOs. The military also
reportedly threatened locals to keep quiet, as well
as ransacked their homes for remaining crash site materials. This is corroborated by the
testimony of the foster daughter of Colonel Hunter G. Penn,
an Army Air Force officer, who’s supposedly admitted
to his foster daughter that he was tasked with enforcing
an “information blackout”, with a focus on the little bodies. He was authorized to use physical force and weaponry if necessary,
to get this accomplished. Another interesting contradiction was that Colonel Blanchard,
the superior to Major Marcel, who approved the initial
flying saucer press release, strangely went on leave after he issued the controversial release. However, according to
Lieutenant Colonel Joe Briley, who was a staff member
of Colonel Blanchard, the reported leave was actually a cover-up to allow Blanchard to
coordinate a cleanup operation of the crash site. – [Shane] I mean, if he
fucked up and was like, “Yeah, it’s UFOs,” and they were like, “No, it’s not UFOs, “you stupid piece of shit.” (Ryan laughs) “We’ll fix your mess. “Why don’t you take a little time off?” – [Ryan] “Why don’t you leave?” – [Shane] “Get your shit
together, get your life together.” – [Ryan] “Yeah, why don’t you leave?” so people could look at
that later and be like, “Why did he leave, after he
makes this weird announcement?” – [Shane] I don’t think they care. Again, I don’t think they care. – [Ryan] I mean, they should care if there’re people who
concentrate on details, is what I’m saying. Perhaps the key contradiction
is the photo taken in General Ramey’s office of the supposed crash site materials. A sealed statement, apparently written by
Roswell Army Airfield’s public information officer,
Lieutenant Walter G. Haut, which was only to be
opened after his death, claimed the photo taken in
Ramey’s office was a hoax. Haut wrote that the actual crash materials were substituted with
weather balloon materials, and then photographed with
Marcel, a fact that upset Marcel. Just to hammer home the
possibility of a cover-up, a man named Ben Games,
was a personal pilot, to then Major General Laurence C. Craigie, the Chief of the engineering
division at Wright field, the air force base commonly thought to be where the UFO and aliens
were transported and housed. According to Games’ testimony,
he flew Major General Craigie to Roswell, to examine the crash wreckage, and after a few hours, flew
General Craigie directly to DC to meet with President Truman. A few months later, Craigie
assumed the position of air force chief director of R&D, and perhaps, influenced
by what he saw at Roswell, founded Project Sign, the
first official investigation of UFOs by the US air force. – [Shane] You know, maybe
he got there and said, “This is obviously a weather balloon, “a UFO wouldn’t do this,
it’s not what UFOs are like.” And they were like, “Oh,
this guy knows a lot about “what UFOs aren’t.” – [Ryan] No. (laughs) No, you don’t- – [Shane] This guy’s got a
good eye for what isn’t a UFO. – [Ryan] So, you’re
saying they send someone out in the ocean and be like, “Oh man, I didn’t find Godzilla out here, “we should start a program
about finding about Godzilla.” – [Shane] I mean, clearly
he’s got a good eye for detecting what’s not bullshit. – [Ryan] Now that we’ve established the cover-up in timeline, let’s quickly go over
some of the controversial and fascinating details of this theory. Starting with the reported
alien bodies at the scene. The supposed witnesses are
consistent in their descriptions of the bodies as short in
stature, maybe 3.5 to four feet, with large heads, large
eyes, only holes for a nose, and a small slit for the mouth. Numerous military officials
have claimed to hear secondhand information of the bodies, or even see the aliens for themselves. To name a few, there’s First Lieutenant and public information
officer at the Roswell Base Walter G. Haut, retired Brigadier General Arthur E. Exon and Tech Sergeant Herschel Grice. Moving on to the spacecraft, according to Sergeant William C. Ennis, he was, at the time, a flight engineer of the 393rd bomb squadron, stationed in one of the
primary receiving hangars for the debris, called hangar P-3. For years, Sergeant
Ennis denied the crash, writing it off as a weather balloon, like the rest of the military. However, in 2008, Sergeant
Ennis changed his tune, admitting “It was a spaceship.
After all these years, “I still don’t know how that
ship flew, there was no engine. “Before I go, I’d like to know.” – Before I go, I gotta
know how their ship flew. With the honest– – I like to imagining him
talking to his grandson, “The ship had no wings, did you hear me? “I don’t know how it flew.” – Jimmy, I think that ship was bedeviled. – [Ryan] The craft was also confirmed in numerous other testimonies, notably by Lieutenant Walter Haut, who described in his affidavit
a ship Colonel Blanchard had shown to him that
roughly 12 to 15 feet long and windowless. To close this out, let’s move
on to the scattered debris from the crash site, which many claimed, included a mysterious material,
that was described as, “memory metal”. Some depth for more than two
dozen witnesses testimonies, ranging from military to civilian. The metal was said to be
weightless, smooth, thin, and could not be cut, scratched or burned. Though, the metal was able to
be temporarily manipulated. Here’s a quote from Roswell Army Airfield Sergeant Earl Fulford, “I picked it up, but once
in the palm of your hand, you could wad it up into a small ball. Then, when you let it go,
it would immediately assume its original shape in a second
or two, just like that.” This free-flowing quality of the metal was echoed amongst many testimonies. Retired Brigadier General,
Arthur E. Exon, said, “Some could be easily ripped or changed. There were other parts
of it that were very thin but awfully strong and couldn’t be dented with heavy hammers.” Exon also explained
that these observations were from his time as a Lieutenant
Colonel, when he was also an administration student in technology at Wright Field’s foreign
technology division, a division whose purpose was to reverse engineer foreign tech. Additionally, a memo
surfaced in the early 1980s, detailing a September
15, 1950 conversation between physicist Robert I. Sarbacher, a consultant with a US
Department of Defense Research and Development Board and
other government scientists. In the memo, Sarbacher
is said to have worked on a field reverse engineering
project, allegedly stating, “All we know is, we didn’t make them, and it’s pretty certain they
didn’t originate on the Earth.” – [Shane] That’s good. I love it. – [Ryan] I’m just… I think right now I’m just
punching the skeptics in the face over and over again. I’m slowly hammering away. One last point in favor of a cover-up. Let’s assume that the
military is telling the truth, and that the crash was indeed a fancy project mobile weather balloon. That still does not change
the fact that the remains found at the crash site were, apparently, “rubber strips, tinfoil, a
rather tough paper and sticks,” as stated by Brazel, in the
days after the story broke. The military has never said Brazel’s description was innacurate, and you can even see these
coming items in the photo in Ramey’s office. So, let’s assume, these were
in fact, the items found at the crash site, and
forget about the allure of the seemingly high-tech
project Mogul balloon. With that in mind, let’s
return to Major Jesse Marcel, the intelligence officer tasked with evaluating the crash site. Marcel pointed out he was well-versed in “all materials used in
aircraft and/or air travel,” and was also a graduate
from the Army’s air force training command in radar technology. How could this man mistake
rubber strips and tin foil, per parts of an alien spaceship? Perhaps the answer lies in
a quote from Marcel himself. “All I could do is keep my
mouth shut and General Ramey was the one who told
the newsmen what it was, and to forget about it. It was nothing more than a
weather observation balloon. Of course, we both knew differently.” First of, I’d like to tune my
own horn a little bit here, and I’m gonna take this hat off now. I did say that this would
be the most compelling case I’ve ever made, and that you, for once, may believe what I’m saying is true. Is that not correct? – You did say that. (laughs) It is the most compelling
case you’ve ever made, but also, you’re in advantage
here because I already believe in extraterrestrials
and would not rule out that they have been to Earth. If that’s your total
satisfaction, if that’s what… Then great, you’ve done it, Ryan, you convinced me on a case
that I was already, you know, pretty lenient on. – Well, even though that’s
dripping with sarcasm, it’s definitely not genuine, I’ll take it. Score one for the Bergara, case closed. Leave my house town dunce. – Town dunce? – Yeah, yeah, yeah. – Because I now believe the
things that you believe? – Oh shit. (laughs) – If you say so. – [Ryan] In the end, no physical evidence of extraterrestrials or their
tech has ever been found. In fact, two archeological digs
took place on Foster Ranch, in search of physical
evidence and found nothing, only proof that there was indeed a crash. It’s easy to see both sides, skeptics wonder how it’s
possible that the military could have been so
absolute in their cleanup and subsequent cover-up. Believers wonder how it’s
possible that there could be such consistent testimony
among hundreds of witnesses, down to small details of
something that, apparently, never happened. One thing is for sure,
what truly transpired near the sleepy town
of Roswell, New Mexico, will keep people debating. But for now, the answer
will remain unsolved. (mysterious music)

David Frank



  1. Craig Hauser Posted on September 27, 2019 at 5:21 am

    What about the child size coffins the military ordered? Why would they need coffins for dummys? Or weather balloons? lol

  2. knoccy Choccho Posted on September 27, 2019 at 11:03 am

    "I'll paint the hell out of you however i want"
    that sounded a little bit wrong

  3. 8BSEMT8 Posted on September 27, 2019 at 7:51 pm

    lmao now whenever i see that font i shiver

  4. Joshua Scott Posted on September 27, 2019 at 11:17 pm

    Lmao my grandpa was there 😂

  5. rachael wyld stacey Posted on September 28, 2019 at 1:12 am

    Apparently the "Memory Metal" was back engineered and made public in 2013. It's a nanomaterial of course.
    Shape-shifting metal has a long memory

  6. Andrewkin 15 Posted on September 28, 2019 at 1:59 am

    did anyone else just laugh out loud at the name wilcox?

  7. Heather P Posted on September 28, 2019 at 2:21 am

    Shane: Paint me like one of your ghost ladies, Ryan
    (Titanic reference I came up with😝)

  8. Alex Casillas Posted on September 28, 2019 at 5:46 am

    they make a cute couple. 🙂

  9. Aarongetsyoked Posted on September 28, 2019 at 7:00 am

    Aliens and meth that’s what New Mexico does

  10. Dee Lee Posted on September 28, 2019 at 7:09 am

    boooooooo buzzfeed SUCKS DICKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ;p;p;p

  11. John Fan Posted on September 28, 2019 at 1:26 pm

    1 thing makes me think the government is telling the truth is that if the metal couldn't bend how did the aliens make the mental into sheets because when they find it on their planet it's not going to be a sheet also how did they make a ship without bending metal

  12. johnmonk66 Posted on September 29, 2019 at 3:50 am

    for 30 years none of this was true, then someone wrote a book and suddenly 600 people rember aliens and a coverup, most of those who suddenly remember are now making money off their lies

  13. johnmonk66 Posted on September 29, 2019 at 3:54 am

    weather balloon is not just a fucking balloon idiot, it carries a basket of tech underneath it.
    every conspiracy you support shows what a poorly educated sap you are

  14. Carlos Plata Posted on September 29, 2019 at 7:18 am

    Do Kurt cobaibs death

  15. Audrey II Posted on September 29, 2019 at 11:27 am

    Wait a minute, if the metal was impossible to bend/break/destroy, why was the "space ship" in pieces at the crash?
    This super tough miracle metal couldn't stand a little crash yet the PIECE of the wreck could stand sledgehammers? Sure, Jan~

  16. mica davis Posted on September 29, 2019 at 11:58 am

    Silly Ryan, thought that a scientific mind would discount the probability that we're not alone out here. I had a feeling that he was preaching to the choir. These guys are pretty funny.

  17. Hannah Kay Posted on September 29, 2019 at 1:40 pm

    Didn't it just turn out to be Dr. Zoidberg?

  18. Everyday BBQ & Cuisine Posted on September 29, 2019 at 1:40 pm

    I’m a believer lol

  19. Trey Cody Posted on September 29, 2019 at 3:30 pm

    Wait so you can't hit it with a hammer but when it hits the ground it breaks up into a million pieces

  20. Flitzo Awesomeness Posted on September 30, 2019 at 2:08 am


  21. Justin Urquhart Posted on September 30, 2019 at 5:19 am

    Next video should be on the green children of woolpit in England

  22. savior Posted on September 30, 2019 at 11:07 am

    Did they just discovered Vibranium?

  23. It's Me, Steve Posted on September 30, 2019 at 1:32 pm

    High government officials are working with aliens. In exchange for alien technology, aliens get to abduct and examine humans and life in earth and do experiments.

  24. Marcus MIDI Posted on September 30, 2019 at 3:12 pm

    Quote end quote

  25. Stephen M Posted on September 30, 2019 at 6:27 pm

    I love how incredulous ryan is that any conspiracy isnt about aliens.

  26. Sahara Posted on September 30, 2019 at 8:44 pm

    Fun fact, it wasn’t until I watched this video that I found out my uncle was apart of the Roswell crash.

  27. Megan Davis Posted on October 1, 2019 at 9:21 am

    Game of phones – well done sir.

  28. William Hamilton Posted on October 2, 2019 at 3:06 am

    I love how he quoted little😂

  29. Pulia Jatterson!! Posted on October 2, 2019 at 3:27 am

    Shane: paint me like one of your French girls
    Ryan: ill paint you however I waNT.
    Shane: uh…wha-

  30. Phoenix Prime Posted on October 2, 2019 at 9:47 pm

    Game of Phones was GOLD!

  31. Barthos Menbosa Posted on October 3, 2019 at 1:32 am

    2:20 you just described any bureaucracy in Brazil

  32. Kodak White Posted on October 3, 2019 at 4:23 pm

    People have no idea what they remember I bet someone could plant a memory into Ryan’s brain

  33. Miles wilson Posted on October 3, 2019 at 5:00 pm

    it sounds like the same metal as captain Americas shield lol

  34. sabercircle 7 Posted on October 3, 2019 at 5:10 pm

    Roswell's Bizarre UFO Crash: Metal is Unbreakable

  35. David Mark Wood Posted on October 3, 2019 at 9:43 pm

    just to clear something up for me , YOU TWO WHO PRENT THIS SHOW ARE LOVERS?

  36. Nikkie J. Posted on October 4, 2019 at 11:44 pm

    I definitely believe it was aliens. I also believe our government knows of the existence of aliens but keeps it hidden because they don't want us to know about it even though there are incidents like this that have happened along with the Phoenix Lights.

  37. Who am I ? No one! Posted on October 5, 2019 at 12:54 am

    Look… They know they can't fight these things. You will be sorry at the war of Armaggedon.

  38. Who am I ? No one! Posted on October 5, 2019 at 12:56 am

    You call people names. You 2 have no heart. These people who have been in contact with these beings are frightened. You 2 are next. Let's see if you're laughing then.

  39. David Fullagar Posted on October 5, 2019 at 1:13 am

    You can't dent or bend the metal but you can squeeze it up in the palm of your hand ???

  40. James Deacon Wisniewski Posted on October 5, 2019 at 6:37 am

    Honestly, the fact that they reported it as a flying saucer means it was probably something much worse, like a nuke, and the government just didn't want people to know they'd accidentally dropped a nuke on their own country. It's not like that's never happened before.

  41. Robert Gornick Posted on October 5, 2019 at 11:07 am

    I love the military sometimes. "We've investigated ourselves. We cool."

  42. Camila Ariam Duran Maceda Posted on October 5, 2019 at 4:07 pm

    “Enola Gay”

  43. Rob StrickeN Feary Posted on October 5, 2019 at 6:02 pm

    The hell does the plane say at 1:59 ???
    "ENOLA GAY" ?
    …that's a little fucked up for the 40s

  44. AndrsVila Posted on October 5, 2019 at 8:05 pm

    have they tried to check the ranchers place for some debri, prolly taken from the crash site?

  45. Sasha Trifunovic Posted on October 5, 2019 at 10:55 pm

    2 commentators!!

  46. killersper123 Posted on October 6, 2019 at 12:43 am

    That settles it… Shane is an alien

  47. yordy ortega Posted on October 6, 2019 at 6:57 pm

    game of phones lol

  48. NailedIt TV Posted on October 7, 2019 at 12:08 am

    9:56 You gotta keep it light if you want it to float
    My brain in “It” voice: Time to float!

  49. BigDoink Posted on October 7, 2019 at 3:40 am

    (Wheezes in brail)

  50. Doesn't Matter Posted on October 7, 2019 at 5:40 am

    These narrator guys need coaching on their so called YouTube acting careers .lmao

  51. Alexander Martinez Posted on October 7, 2019 at 6:40 am

    14:45 It's "than", not "then."

  52. Jackie Lessard Posted on October 7, 2019 at 8:31 am



  53. BigSteve 380 Posted on October 7, 2019 at 9:33 pm

    Back in the late 40s + 50s yes the world would be freaking out but as a Government and those who people depend on would rather keep the lie than to admit a lie. 2 them they probably feel that there would be instability in the trust the population has had. However sticking with a lie no matter who & what it is only makes things worse.

  54. BigSteve 380 Posted on October 7, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    Dude dont be disrespectful towards those who are their deathbed let alone someone who wants answers to their experiences. He served for the u.s. so u can keep ur rights to do this.

  55. Ev. CW Posted on October 8, 2019 at 3:26 am


  56. Dean Zak Posted on October 8, 2019 at 3:32 am

    How do you know didn't find anything in the dig??….

  57. Crazycraigy Posted on October 8, 2019 at 6:22 pm

    Couldnt transport it so a hanger and Area 51 was built…

  58. VRMN8R Posted on October 8, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    How is it that an Army Air Corps & later Air Force , general comes to wear a C.I B. " Combat Infantry mans Badge "  ?  I see no indication of combat on the exposed service ribbons &  eagles ? , not stars on the shoulders …

  59. Crazycraigy Posted on October 8, 2019 at 7:29 pm

    Picked up the craft not so called materials..

  60. Chris Murillo Posted on October 9, 2019 at 12:02 am

    Is that the cell music from dbz at 2:00

  61. Barry Hope SGT Hope Posted on October 9, 2019 at 8:53 am

    What about Project Blue Book? It was a file made by the AF. I believe it is being held at Wright-Patterson AFB.

  62. Quiasha White Posted on October 10, 2019 at 9:28 am

    I was born and raised in Roswell. 🤣🤣🤦🏽‍♀️

  63. Kaj Pedersen Posted on October 10, 2019 at 2:21 pm

    three craft, nine aliens, one survivor. Dr. Steven Greer and "The Disclosure Project" at the National Press Club where top officials both military and government told the world that "Yes there was a crash at Roswell, Yes we recovered Material from crashed alien ships and yes alien bodies were recovered. This and much more. I cant believe we're still here.

  64. Larry Mitchell Posted on October 11, 2019 at 12:40 am

    Where did these two idiots come from

  65. Lewis Posted on October 11, 2019 at 2:03 am

    The truth is somewhat mundane….I know that The government was
    experiamenting with high altitude balloons with pressurized gondellas to
    spy on Russia…. This apparently went on until
    the space age made that tech obsolete… it was still secret for long
    after… yes, its likely one such test flight ended badly with all on
    board killed…

  66. Lewis Posted on October 11, 2019 at 2:03 am

    The truth is somewhat mundane….I know that The government was
    experiamenting with high altitude balloons with pressurized gondellas to
    spy on Russia…. This apparently went on until
    the space age made that tech obsolete… it was still secret for long
    after… yes, its likely one such test flight ended badly with all on
    board killed…

  67. David Frank Posted on October 11, 2019 at 7:39 am

    UFO(s) [wether not aliens/ET(s)] are have been on Earth since 50,000 BCE. The good thing is: is the fact that these are UFO(s),
    the bad/ugly/boring thing is that: "it's not identified/identifiable". That's why it's called a fucking UFO 🕳

  68. Davied Coe Posted on October 11, 2019 at 9:44 am

    Here is a very simple question that could either prove or disprove arguments for ufo or weather balloon

    How big was the crash site and how far did debris scatter?

    This question is relevant because a ufo at speed would theoretically move faster then a weather balloon thus hit the ground harder and disperse debris further

  69. Mikey Knighty Posted on October 12, 2019 at 10:51 am

    shoulda used the metal for army stuff

  70. Lil Fox Posted on October 13, 2019 at 6:31 am

    Take a minute and thank about this. What part of the galaxy 🌌 was that ship from. Definitely not from the Milky Way galaxy. How far did the UFO travel 🤔 = 😱

  71. Jade feather Posted on October 14, 2019 at 12:14 am

    I’m from Roswell lmao

  72. Dominik Sutton Posted on October 14, 2019 at 3:06 am

    If I got to meet these guys I would say that they are humorous and informational about their vid's.
    I am a fan of scary stuff and I saw this and said "Hmmm" and watched it of the goatman's bridge

  73. Dominik Sutton Posted on October 14, 2019 at 3:07 am

    Next i am gunna see 3 horrifying cases of ghosts or demons unsolved join if you dare

  74. Fergus Kearns Posted on October 14, 2019 at 7:31 am

    1947 increased ufo sightings, 1947 start of the cold war just saying

  75. rick hanson Posted on October 15, 2019 at 1:50 am

    Need to look at the following times in the video…

    1) Twenty-seven seconds in
    2) Fifty-two seconds in
    3) One minute fifty-five seconds in
    4) Two minutes thirty-three seconds in
    5) Five minutes ten seconds in
    6) Eleven minutes thirty-two seconds in
    7) Twelve minutes fifty seconds in

    If you do, then you will know what it is I am pointing out to focus upon.

  76. S D Posted on October 15, 2019 at 4:51 pm

    It was made of a completely indestructible metal!……..that fell into pieces upon crashing.

  77. ethan ford Posted on October 16, 2019 at 1:38 pm

    Good vid but y'all trying to be funny isnt really funny y'all should just talk about tge whole thibg without trying to be funny itd be alot better cause you're not that funny js

  78. ZEROKOOL-20 Posted on October 16, 2019 at 3:34 pm

    If you’re an Alien 👽, hit that like.!

  79. Just Peachy Posted on October 16, 2019 at 8:37 pm

    They could defy light speed and time, but they can't land, they crash. Looks like they gave these aliens a New York State license. 🤣🤣🤣

  80. Theo Webb Posted on October 16, 2019 at 9:35 pm

    Shane is so prideful in himself he doesn’t want to believe anything different than what he was told growing up

  81. Allison Posted on October 17, 2019 at 2:01 am

    Alien videos scare me for some odd reason yet I watch them

  82. Andrew DeathBlade Posted on October 17, 2019 at 3:38 am

    I dont really like buzzfeed these videos are damn good

  83. No Friends Posted on October 17, 2019 at 8:42 am

    I don't believe aliens have come to Earth and it took humans millions of years to evolve into our current state and aliens are probably evolving and it would take millions of years for them to reach to our level of intelligence.

  84. Iko Cairn Paw Posted on October 17, 2019 at 10:43 am

    I could be wrong. But my brain is telling me the thumbnail picture is one of the Chernobyl Incident, victims.

  85. Joe Martinez Posted on October 18, 2019 at 1:26 am

    game of phones yes it was good sooooo good

  86. Joe Martinez Posted on October 18, 2019 at 1:34 am

    dudes im from new mexico it was not a balloon it is what it is untill it isnt

  87. Ace B Posted on October 18, 2019 at 1:43 am

    He wants you to paint him with his pen… and only his pen 🖊 😂

  88. Manuel Sedillo Posted on October 18, 2019 at 2:00 am

    Whats the name in roswell jfk file #3?.

  89. mmjrbudy Posted on October 18, 2019 at 3:05 am

    the plane was called elengo gay

  90. rick hanson Posted on October 18, 2019 at 3:39 pm

    Any large storm or lightning might have been generated by a much larger craft or energy from an open portal through which they traveled. The other alternative is the one you offered. That it was damaged or shot down (which may have been perceived as lightning or they used the storm as cover). Maybe the smaller craft were rebelling or fleeing from others or even their own kind or it was a planned crash of sorts (long term survivors not anticipated or wanted) just as a "reminder" that they were here and in control at all times. At any rate, I would understand the motives of any cover-up and lies on the part of low key public who wanted an obscure and more peaceful life. I did find a video of something briefly shown that it somewhat odd to me and may highlight the parallels a little bit. Here is part of it, though.

    They always want to pawn it off as the project mogul conflation, weather balloons and human mannequins.

    1) The dating provided is often different and incorrect (that provided by the officials)
    2) Human mannequins do not match the alleged crash victim descriptions as stated.
    3) Many high-flying balloons with reflective craft-like material would also serve the purpose of decoys (hopefully) so they might have been aware of surveillance but thought it was a foreign nation.

    4) The one that calls number three out, though, is this:

    a) Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation
    b) Strategic Air Command
    c) According to alleged facts there is a video of weather balloon with a Sikorsky in it

    1c) Has to be at least purchased prior to 1948 to be listed 1947 and prior
    2c) Has to be at least military painted with the insignia
    3c) Has no nosegear
    4c) Has to be one of only about thirty-nine based upon production and alleged facts in order to match 1947.

  91. Barbra Topete Posted on October 19, 2019 at 2:40 am

    Stop saying bad words

  92. Mike Hunt Posted on October 19, 2019 at 1:59 pm

    Well the quote, area 51 raid, end quote was a bust.
    The microphone must've been soaked after the narrator was finished with it.

  93. Zeke Banister Posted on October 19, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    Many have created an entire industry involving aliens in and around Roswell. They want this fantasy to continue…CA CHING. Reality would not make them even one thin dime!

  94. Zeke Banister Posted on October 19, 2019 at 2:39 pm

    By the way this video would have much more credibility if I didn't have to listen to two millennial imbicles narrating the events.

  95. Peanut Plummy Posted on October 19, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    Anyone came across the theory of it being an experiment on human bodies exposed to high altitude environment? Is that plausible?

  96. Mascetto 677 Posted on October 19, 2019 at 3:44 pm

    enola gay seen on plane