The Roswell alien spacecraft crashes in 1947 are real, according to real-life FBI X-Files.

A top secret memo released online by the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) has emerged as proof for the famed crashes of 3 flying saucers each with three dead aliens in Roswell in New Mexico in June 1947, backing up conspiracy theories that extra-terrestrials landed in the US town of Roswell – before they were sent to the infamous Area 51 US airbase.

The memo, titled ‘Flying Saucers’, was written by FBI agent Guy Hottel in 1950 to the agency’s director. The decades-old memo, which was published by the FBI in its ‘Vault,’ says “three so-called flying saucers had been recovered in New Mexico’, citing an Air Force investigator.

The memo also says the investigator passed on the information to a special agent.

Hottel said this about the flying saucers: “They were described as being circular in shape with raised centers, approximately 50ft in diameter.

“Each one was occupied by three bodies of human shape but only 3ft tall dressed in a metallic cloth of a very fine texture.

“Each body was bandaged in a manner similar to the blackout suits used by speed flyers and test pilots.”

The name of the investigator who told Hottel about the sensational discovery has been blacked out in the memo titled ‘Flying Saucers’ and there is no mention of the date of the discovery.

Roswell’s very high-powered radar set-up might have sparked technical problems on the UFOs causing them to come down, said Hottel who was in charge of the FBI’s Washington field office.

British UFO expert Nick Pope – who investigated mystery air threats for the Ministry of Defence – said: “These are the real life X-Files. This document could be the smoking gun that proves UFOs are real”.

The bodies of aliens were said to have been recovered and autopsied by the US military at Area 51, in Nevada, but American authorities allegedly covered the incident up.

Shortly after the Roswell incident, newspapers were awash with news of the alien sighting, and headlines said a flying saucer had been captured with three dead aliens. Subsequently, photographs of three aliens, who were much like human beings in shape but shorter in frame, emerged along with reports that the aliens’ bodies had been autopsied.

Autopsy on a Roswell alien

One of the dead aliens found at Roswell, New Mexico

Initially the military released a statement saying the rumors concerning alien sightings in New Mexico has turned out real with the crash of the flying disc.

“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,” the military statement said.

Rumors flew thick and fast that the U.S. military had captured aliens who frequently visited the area, fuelling fears of aliens and theories about alien invasion.

But the military immediately backtracked, saying what it had reported as a flying disc with aliens just hours earlier was indeed a weather balloon that crashed in the area. Although the issue died down immediately, theories of a government cover-up of the alien landing resurfaced strongly in the 1970s. Many people believed that the U.S. government covered up the alien issue in order to prevent public panic and since it did not have clear clues as to how to deal with this new, strange problem.

It was considered as the long awaited proof of extraterrestrial intelligence. The Air Force announced being in possession of the flying saucer but later denied, saying it was a weather balloon, leading to widespread conspiracy theories of military cover up of an actual UFO crash.

Roswell UFO Crash

A large area filled with debris from wreckage was discovered and the material found was unfamiliar and metallic, unlike anything seen before.  Something huge had crashed near Corona.  Rumors had it that witnesses were threatened if they revealed what they saw.  There were too many witnesses who claimed to have seen alien bodies.  There is also enough evidence that autopsies were done on an alien body.

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South Korean police said Tuesday they will search a prison cell in which a close aide to the late actress Jang Ja-yeon is serving a prison term to look for “key” evidence in a resurfacing scandal involving dozens of business and media heavyweights.

Jang Ja-yeon

The aide, surnamed Jeon, 32, was found guilty of rape in 2003 and has been in prison since then. Police will seek a warrant from a court for the search; and determine whether to reinvestigate the case after examining the original letters Jang allegedly sent to the aide.

Public pressure to reopen the case came after an SBS TV report based on 230 letters Jang allegedly sent to the jailed aide between 2005 and just days before her death in March 2009.

In the letters, Jang described the ordeal she endured as a rookie actress in detail, mentioning 31 prominent people whom she was forced to entertain and provide sexual services for.

Jang, 27, hanged herself on March 7, 2009 at her home in the Bundang district of Seongnam, Gyeonggi province, leaving a suicide note indicating that she had suffered severe mental distress stemmed from being forced to “serve” dozens of high-profile figures.

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Radio host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has claimed to have discovered FEMA Concentration Camps. He announced that there are over 800 currently prison camps in the U.S., all fully operational, staffed and surrounded by full-time guards, and ready to receive prisoners.  But strangely, all of them are empty!

One of the FEMA camps

Guard and dog at a FEMA camp

Guard and dog at a FEMA camp

These camps were established during the Bush administration. They are to be operated by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) should Martial Law need to be implemented or some other type of “emergency” occurs. All it would take is a presidential signature on a proclamation and the attorney general’s signature on a warrant to which a list of names is attached.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, or FEMA, is an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security, initially created by Presidential Order on April 1, 1979. The primary purpose of FEMA is to coordinate the response to a disaster that has occurred in the United States and that overwhelms the resources of local and state authorities. The governor of the state in which the disaster occurs must declare a state of emergency and formally request from the president that FEMA and the federal government respond to the disaster. FEMA also provides these services for territories of the United States, such as Puerto Rico.

FEMA Seal

Is the construction of FEMA or “prison” camps within US borders a warning to make an example of those who do not show compliance or are they a means to filter out the “undesirables”, those who the government feel haven’t the genetical or economical prowess to contribute to the new world point of view which is on the way?

Getting rid of "undesirables"?

What are these facilities? They are obviously not hallucinations as there is photographic evidence of them all over the place and no government representative wants to give a straight answer about these camps but they all seem quite uneasy about discussing it. Isn’t that a little suspect? Millions and millions of dollars are being spent on these camps in plain sight, yet the public has no idea what the camps are for.

Police State....America's new way of life?

The Rex 84 Program was established on the reasoning that if a “mass exodus” of illegal aliens crossed the Mexican/US border, they would be quickly rounded up and detained in detention centers by FEMA. Rex 84 allowed many military bases to be closed down and to be turned into prisons.

Operation Cable Splicer and Garden Plot are the two sub programs which will be implemented once the Rex 84 program is initiated for its proper purpose. Garden Plot is the program to control the population. Cable Splicer is the program for an orderly takeover of the state and local governments by the federal government. FEMA is the executive arm of the coming police state and thus will head up all operations. The Presidential Executive Orders already listed on the Federal Register also are part of the legal framework for this operation.

Executive Orders associated with FEMA that would suspend the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. These Executive Orders have been on record for nearly 30 years and could be enacted by the stroke of a Presidential pen.

The camps all have railroad facilities as well as roads leading to and from the detention facilities. Many also have an airport nearby. The majority of the camps can house a population of 20,000 prisoners. Currently, the largest of these facilities is just outside of Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaskan facility is a massive mental health facility and can hold approximately 2 million people.

Map showing the locations of FEMA camps

Conspiracy theorists are having a field day postulating their views on these camps. Normally most people would just brush off conspiracy theories as hearsay or a figment of someone’s imaginations.But in the case of these FEMA camps, the absence of official government explanation is reason to be cause for alarm. Is the US heading towards becoming a police state?  Or is “undesirable human being” doomed to be weeded out from our future world?

For those in US, you can watch a special report about these so-called FEMA camps on Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Venture on TruTV premiering tonight at 10pm ET 9pm CT. Be sure to catch it.

Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura TruTV

Watch a preview of the Jesse Ventura report on the FEMA camps in the following video. It is scary to say the least.

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The US military has so far been unable to explain an apparent missile vapour trail about 56 km off the coast of California and is still trying to determine its cause, a Pentagon spokesman said Tuesday.

A KCBS television helicopter caught the unmistakable contrail on camera as it arced into the evening sky west of Los Angeles on Monday night, sparking reports of a missile launch.

Colonel David Lapan, a Pentagon spokesman, said so far none of the military or Department of Defense (DOD) agencies that might have launched a missile “have come up and said they were involved in this.”

“So we’re still trying to find out what the contrail off the coast of southern California was caused by,” he said. “Right now, all indications are that it was not a DOD activity.”

NORAD, the North American Aerospace Defense command that tracks missile launches worldwide, said it was looking into the reports but was unable to provide “specific details.”

“We can confirm that there is no indication of any threat to our nation and we will provide more information as it becomes available,” the command said in a statement.

ContrailScience.com, a website that debunks conspiracy theories linked to contrails, suggested the sighting was an optical illusion.

It said a contrail streaming horizontally from the exhaust of an approaching aircraft can look like a vertical missile shot if the end of the plume is hidden by the curvature of the earth.

It’s a plume that evoke Space Shuttle launches and ICBMs, and it’s right off the coast of a major city. This initial feeling, and the contrail’s outward dissimilarities with cloud and contrail formations usually seen from the ground, have led many news organizations to assume that it was left by some kind of rocket or missile, leading them to speculate further about accidental launches, secret weapons tests, or worse.

Pentagon officials say they cannot explain reports of a missile launch off the coast of California on Monday.

The mystery missile

“Right now all indications are that it was not [defence department] involvement in this launch” Pentagon spokesman Col David Lapan said.

The Pentagon does not consider the missile a threat.

Under normal circumstances, the launch of a US missile would require several different authorisations and notifications, but none are evident.

According to the FAA, the FAA didn’t receive reports of any unusual sightings from pilots nor did they pick up the ‘fast moving object’ on their radars.

Speculation from former Deputy Secretary of Defense Robert Ellsworth, who believes the mystery object was a ‘large missile’, the missile could have been an intercontinental ballistic missile fired from a U.S Navy submarine.

Press release has attracted more attention when the local news station said, Navy and Air Force officials that they did not launch a rocket Monday night.

U.S. Northern Command said it was investigating. They say it was not running Monday night from Vandenberg Air Force Base which is a regular point of launch to the missile tests.

“NORAD and USNORTHCOM are aware of unexplained inversion reported off the coast of Southern California Monday night”, the agency said in a statement. “At the moment, we can not provide specific details, but we are working to determine the exact nature of this event. We can confirm that there is no indication of any threat to our country and we will provide additional information as it becomes available.”

The missile appeared to have been launched at sea, which prompted speculation that it had been launched by a US Navy vessel.

However, Navy officials contacted by local news stations said they were unaware of a missile launch in that area. A Navy official said they were still looking into the report, but, a preliminary check indicated it was not a Navy asset.

Governmental officials confirm the entity behind the missile mystery is still unsolved; but two new answers are revealed midday Tuesday.

First, the missile came from U.S. waters, not U.S. soils. The missile was launched from the Pacific Ocean, roughly 35 miles off the coast.

Second, the missile did not come from a foreign entity. Officials would not tell local news how they have determined that. But they are now confirming it was deployed from a U.S. entity, north of Catalina Island.

Third, officials have yet to rule if the launch was accidental or intentional, but do confirm it was not scheduled.

They have not ruled out a U.S. submarine or a surface ship.

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Remember Anna Chapman?

She is the sexy, flame-haired Russian spy arrested and then deported by the FBI in July this year for her years of espionage in US. Her espionage talents may no longer be needed, but her physical “ talents” are appreciated by men around the globe.

Anna Chapman Facebook photos

Anna Chapman remains the femme fatale Russian spy (nee Anya Kuschenko) who is furthering her political ambitions in Mother Russia by showing everyone her undercover weapons of mass distraction in a men’s magazine (again).

She’s baring skin, stripped down to pose semi-nude, in a scanty, racy lingerie photo spread and is featured on the cover of the latest issue of the Russian edition of  Maxim magazine.

Anna Chapman on the cover of the Russian Maxim magazine

The Bond girl-esque cover of the magazine features the 28-year-old donning black, lacy lingerie, a silver automatic, diamond earrings and a coy yet sexy smile. Other images inside promise to be equally… revealing, the mag boasts.

“No you are not sleeping and your eyesight is not deceiving you,” the Maxim website says in Russian. It is “the world-famous red-headed spy, the mysterious debutante from our list of the country’s 100 sexiest women.”

The Spy Who Loved Me

A video featured on Maxim’s Russian website shows glimpses of Chapman in various states of undress. In one, she’s topless, seated in a plush chair. Since posting a behind-the-scenes video of Chapman’s tongue wagging photo shoot on their site, Maximonline.ru has reportedly crashed several times, a result of high volumes of traffic. You can watch a trailer of the video below but as someone succinctly puts it, watch it at your own risk of a “missile crisis” down under:

“Seduction, like love and friendship are the same everywhere,” she told Maxim in Russian, when asked which men are easier to seduce, Russians, British or Americans.

“Most men are divided in three categories: primitive, those that only want sex; smarter, those that want to be loved, and the last group — those that not only want to be loved, they also need that this love will be the biggest and most amazing feeling in your life,” she said.

“Those are the most difficult, but that is my favorite category,” Chapman added.

The former secret agent has done “more for inciting patriotism in Russians than our football team and the ‘Bulava’ rocket together,” Maxim boasts.

Anna Chapman’s latest stunt comes after Russia’s President Dmitry Medvedev bestowed top honour to the spies involved in the espionage scandal for which Chapman became globally famous.

Chapman, who was recently hired as a technology “advisor” to the president of Russia’s FundService Bank, was awarded the Kremlin’s top medal recently along with nine other sleeper spies arrested in the United States earlier this year.

Several weeks ago, she posed in miniskirts for men’s magazine Zhara. The magazine reported highest sales records after the publication of Chapman’s photos. A scandal broke out afterwards when it became known that Anna had posted a behind-the-scenes photo from the photo session on the net. The photo was said to be even more provocative than the session itself. News agencies said that Chapman violated the terms of her contract with the magazine and could be put on trial for that.

On the website for the magazine, called Zhara (Russian for Heat), she’s described as “the girl about whom thousands of men dream.”

“Showing the curves of her body with obvious pleasure, Chapman made it clear that she has feminine secrets that seem greater than those she kept working for the secret service,” the magazine says on its Web site.

The girl about whom thousands of men dream

Anna Chapman reportedly loved kinky sex, and now sexy photos have surfaced that show Anna deploying some of the ass(ets) she used to gather top secret information under the sheets.

The red-hot Russian often went nuclear in bed, says her ex-husband Alex Chapman claims.

“Anya was great in bed and she knew exactly what to do,” said Chapman, who married the woman then known as Anya Kushchenko in 2002. “The sex was great and she had this incredible body.”

“I hadn’t met anybody like her before,” he told London tabloid News of the World. “I was infatuated with her.”

Their love live quickly turned kinky, he said.

“I found her Russian accent such a turn-on,” said the 30-year-old. “We were having so much fun. We also experimented with sex toys.”

“If she is a spy then she’s fallen into it because of the glitz and the glamor of it all,” he said. “She used her looks to get noticed.”

Anna Chapman, according to Alex Chapman, is a spy who once loved him.

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The Montauk Monster was a bloated, leathery animal corpse that was found on Ditch Plains Beach, Montauk, New York in 2008 — only it was like no animal anyone had seen before. A stout, hairless creature with a beak, claws, and the almond-shaped eyes familiar from renderings of space aliens, it looked, in short, like a monster. Hence the headline: “Dead Monster Washes Ashore in Montauk.”

The story surrounding the Montauk Monster began with an article in the local newspaper The Independent in 2008. Chief Britton, 20, of Bay Shore, and three friends said they found the creature on July 12 at Ditch Plains beach, two miles east of the district. “We were looking for a place to run when we saw some people looking at something… We didn’t know what it was… We joked that maybe it was something from Plum Island,” Britton stated.

In the widely-distributed image, the Montauk Monster appears to be mostly hairless, with a body type which vaguely resembles that of a dog, complete with four legs and a tail. However, the creature’s brow ridge also appears unusually prominent, and it seems to have a beak, rather than the more conventional jaw. One of its front paws is also elongated, and a scrap of leather or fabric is wrapped around the front leg.

Montauk Monster

The article wondered that the thing may be a turtle or some malformed test from the Plum Island Animal Disease Center. The Director of the East Hampton Natural Resources had said that the Montauk Monster actually was a raccoon with its upper jaw absent.

Most of the mundane explanations for the Montauk Monster focus on the fact that it was badly decomposed when it washed up, rendering it hard to identify. From the available evidence, the creature might be a dog, raccoon, or large rat. It may also be a mysteriously shell-less sea turtle.

Another photo of the "monster"

The  Montauk monster story had shocked millions of Americans who were convinced that it was a creature from the seas. Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman at Cryptomundo first coined the name “Montauk Monster” July 29, 2008 since it was found in the business district of Montauk, New York. The nickname spread globally on the Internet.

William Wise, director of marine living resources of Stony Brook University, interpreted the photo along with a colleague, in their view, being a fake, the result of “who got very creative with latex.” He highlighted the following features:

* Raccoon (legs appear too long in proportion to the body.)

* Sea Turtle (Sea turtles have no teeth)

* Rodents (Rodents have two huge, curved incisor teeth in front of the mouth)

* Dogs or other dogs, such as the coyote. (Prominent ridge eyes and feet do not match)

* Sheep (sheep, two-toed hoof, rather than multiple-toed paws)

* Sloth (fur fell after his deathbut sloths do not have tails).

The Montauk Monster  may also be part of a viral marketing campaign. Several of the people involved in the discovery of the creature have worked for viral marketing firms, and several films and television series could certainly benefit from the extra exposure. One film, Splinterheads, even claimed to have created the Montauk Monster, but it later withdrew the claim.

Conspiracy fans suggested that the Montauk Monster was an escapee from the neighboring Plum Island Animal Disease Center, a United States Department of Agriculture facility. Plum Island Animal Disease Center stressed that it had an impeccable safety record, and it clearly did not appreciate such speculation in the press.

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The 9/11 events changed the world forever. More than 9 years have elapsed since the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001 but the controversy rages on as to what really happened on that fateful day.

Conspiracy theories abound  as to what really caused the WTC collapse. Like other tragedies, such as the attack on Pearl Harbor and the JFK assassination, there are many people who don’t accept the official explanation. There may be good reason to investigate the WTC collapse, and questioning conventional wisdom is a healthy and essential part of humanity.

Hijacked United Airlines Flight 175 from Boston crashes into the south tower of the World Trade Center and explodes at 9:03 a.m. on September 11, 2001 in New York City. The crash of two airliners hijacked by terrorists loyal to al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden and subsequent collapse of the twin towers killed some 2,800 people.

WTC attack

The official explanation of the collapse of the WTC buildings has to do with the steel infrastructure. Steel melts at a very high temperature, but loses most of its structural integrity well before the point of melting. Burning jet fuel set the building on fire, which weakened the steel beams to the point that floors above the burning areas collapsed downward. The force of the impact drove each successive floor downward, which could give the appearance of a controlled demolition. The air the building contained blew outward as it collapsed, which can also look like a planned demolition.

Did the WTC collapse or explode? Most people believe that it collapsed. However, Former Minnesota Governor and retired pro-wrestler Jesse Ventura went on TV yesterday to discuss his unanswered questions about what happened on 9/11. Jesse Ventura and other conspiracy theorists believe the WTC did not collapse.

WTC Explosion?

On “Follow The Money” with Eric Bolling, Ventura discussed the questions in promoting his Conspiracy Theory show on Tru TV. After a heated exchange, Ventura pulled out a picture of the World Trade Center towers and said, “You tell me, is that a building collapsing or a building exploding? That is a building exploding. It didn’t collapse, it exploded.”

Another high profile proponents of the 9/11 truth movement — people who think the WTC collapse was an inside job — is controversial radio talk show host Alex Jones. Web properties run by Jones such as Prison Planet and Info Wars have many posts related to the collapse of the WTC buildings

Evidence indicating that the collapse of the World Trade Center was a controlled demolition has been propelled back under the national spotlight following the University of Copenhagen’s announcement that dust obtained from the rubble of the twin towers contains evidence of highly explosive material.

The energetic material that was found in the WTC dust by an international team of scientists led by Niels Harrit of the University of Copenhagen in Denmark, consists of “nano-engineered iron oxide and aluminum particles” that “exhibit the same characteristics as advanced energetic materials developed in US national laboratories in the years leading up to 9/11.”

The red chips have “no reason to be in this dust” points out an Architects &International Engineers for 9/11 Truth story concerning the samples and could not have been naturally produced from either the impact of the jetliners nor the collapse of the towers, unless a highly pyrotechnic explosive was used to implode the towers.

“This follows the discovery, by the United States Geological Survey and others, of high concentrations of unusual previously molten iron-rich microspheres in the WTC dust. These microspheres can only have been formed during the destruction of the World Trade Center at temperatures far higher than can be explained by the jet fuel and office fires. Those fires, we are told by engineers employed by NIST, the National Institute of Standards and Technology, were allegedly the cause of the World Trade Center’s destruction. The discovery of this advanced energetic material, in the form of red/gray chips distributed throughout the dust, both explains the iron-rich microspheres and confirms the inadequacy of the official account of what happened that tragic day.”

A video has surfaced recently and according to it, a secondary explosion caused the lobby of WTC to implode. This controversial video was released by NIST, after a lawsuit by the International Center for 9/11 Studies. This footage shows two firefighters who were called on duty during the terrorist attack. They were near the building at that time and were discussing about a huge explosion they had heard before the WTC collapsed.

This video shows two witnesses whose mission was to save people’s lives in a chaotic turn of events. One of the firefighters is covered in blood, as he was in the middle of the collapse and their conversation is very clear:  “There was an explosion. The third explosion the lobby collapsed on us.” Asked by a reporter, the second firefighter backs up his colleague’s rendition of the events: “Yes,it was. Definitely secondary explosion.”

There were other people who said the same thing as these two firefighters including WTC janitor William Rodriguez, supervisor Anthony Saltalamacchia, and ABM janitorial services employee Kenneth Johannemann.  Anthony Saltalamacchia, a morning supervisor stated that: “The amount of explosions I heard from 8.46 to the time we got out was so many-at least ten- it was just multiple explosions to where I felt there was different grenades, that’s what it sounded like, like different grenades being set off in the building”.

It is now public knowledge that footage of WTC collapse had been edited to try and hide evidence of controlled demolition. And the 9/11 Commission completely ignored the hundreds of survivors, professionals, first responders, firefighters and police who reported numerous secondary explosions at all levels of the twin towers.

Do you believe the conspiracy theory that the U.S. government sponsored 9/11 to start a war? A war that has killed thousands and cost billions of dollars? All these conspiracy theories really seem insane but based on the new evidence, I am not so sure anymore.

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