The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence

On a steamy July night, in 1947, a flying craft of some sort crashed into a sheep pasture. John’s preview of what turned out to be an intriguing but disappointing Sci-Fi channel exclusive.

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On a steamy July night, in 1947, a flying craft of some sort crashed into a sheep farmer?s pasture. Since then, the science fiction world has never been the same. Tales of UFO sightings sprang up everywhere, and alien fever gripped the nation, until war in Vietnam grounded America?s focus nearly 20 years later. Hollywood took note of this, releasing such classics as ‘The Day The Earth Stood Still‘¬†and ‘Invasion of the Saucer Men‘, about alien visitors. Tourists responded with visits to the area that continue to this day, helping out New Mexico?s economy. Most importantly, chances are, without Roswell, the Space Race might not have happened for many more years. If the government is to be believed, we owe a lot to one faulty weather balloon.
The Roswell Crash: Startling New Evidence attempts to silence skeptics once and for all, by revealing new evidence, some of which is absolutely, utterly astonishing. Since the content is embargoed until after the show airs, we can say no more at this time.