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UFO - Crash at Cape Girardeau, Missouri in 1941


CAPE GIRARDEAU - Hal McKenzie COSMICTRIBUNE.COM writes, "A UFO crash and retrieval of debris and bodies reportedly took place in the spring of 1941 at Cape Girardeau, Missouri. At last weekend's UFO Crash Retrieval Conference in Las Vegas, Ryan S. Wood presented eyewitness testimony backed up by newly released intelligence documents that support the reality of the case. The primary witness is Charlette Mann, who says her grandfather, the Rev. William Huffman, was called on the scene to "bless" three dead non-human occupants of a crashed saucer. Mann's testimony first appeared in Leo Stringfield's book "Crash Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum, Status Report VI." Mann recounts the 1984, deathbed confession of her grandmother who said her husband on an early spring night arrived at the site 13 miles outside Cape Girardeau authorities had already gathered. He was asked to provide blessings to the three dead non-human occupants of the craft. Wood later met Ms. Mann and videotaped her testimony, which was shown at the conference. In Charlette's own words, as recorded by Wood for an upcoming television documentary, she said she had seen a photograph of one of the dead aliens that had been handed down in her family. "I saw that (picture) and asked my grandmother at a later time. She was at my home fatally ill with cancer so we had a frank discussion.


Rev. Huffman described a metallic saucer, no seams, that had broken open in one portion, and had a small metal chair, gauges and dials and things he had never seen. However, what impressed him most was around the inside there were inscriptions and hieroglyphic writing. There were three non-human entities lying on the ground. Two were just outside the saucer, and a third one was further out. As I recall from the picture I saw, he was about four feet tall, appeared to have no bone structure, soft looking. He had a suit on that looked like crinkled, soft aluminum foil. I recall it had very long hands, very long fingers. The picture came down to Guy Huffman, CharletteâÇÖs father, who gave it to a photographer friend of his named Walter Fisk around 1954. " Direct mention of the 1941 case is made in the MAJIC Eyes Only presidential briefing of Sept. 21, 1947, which reads, "This conclusion was reached as a result of comparisons of artifacts from the Missouri discovery of 1941. The technology is outside the scope of US science." Documents can be viewed at Wood's The Majestic Documents website. 720-887-8171



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