C. J. Zohn witnessed a glowing unidentified flying object (UFO) crash to Earth in the White Sands Desert of New Mexico and caught it on film. The video was taken in 1996.
A UFO has been caught on tape performing a crash landing in an area known for high UFO activity. The mysterious object was captured by a witness in the White Sands Desert of New Mexico in 1996.
The footage was first appeared on YouTube by user Badninjaman in April 26, 2006. “UFO crash or something like it 1997 New Mexico desert,” said Badninjaman, uploader.
The video starts with a shot of what is said to be a glowing white object moving across the desert sky at a high rate of speed. As it nears the ground, it can be seen bouncing off the ground once before coming crashing onto the ground, exploding, and sending sparks flying.
It is claimed that an American researcher who has a highly placed NASA source working at Edwards AFB said that a small-scale model of the X-38 space crashed on a small-scale test range, with the range control officer executing a self-destruct procedure before it landed.
The X-38 is expected to be used as an emergency lifeboat for the International Space Station.
“People said it’s some kind of missile at a base but it does not look like a missile to me,” said a viewer.
Another user said: “Where was this taken? This looks authentic and that does not look like a plane or “weather balloon “.”
UFO Crash White Sands, New Mexico
The White Sands UFO crash of 1996 has hung over conspiracy theorists and UFO enthusiasts for decades.
The Roswell incident is arguably more famous, although the White Sands incident is recorded on video.
In both cases, the U.S. government claimed that there was nothing unusual about them — but many people aren’t convinced.
Did The UFO Crashed At White Sands Missile Test?
The White Sands UFO Crash is one of the more mysterious UFO cases from the 90s. It’s also one of the poorest documented UFO case. No investigations, official reports, or media coverage. It also appears that Google gives remarkably few results about the UFO case, unlike Duckduckgo.
The story goes that a craft crashed in the desert near White Sands Missile Test Range in New Mexico, the Army White Sands Missile Range. It first appeared on Sky News in 1996 or later according to a user who recognized this footage.
“This is the crash at White Sands, New Mexico footage was shown at 0600 on Sky news and then it mysteriously vanished and was not spoken about again,” said a user.
There are many versions of this story, but no one really knows what really happened. Some say that there never was a crash at all and that the whole thing was just a hoax by a reporter trying to get his story out before anyone else. Others claim that there were two crash sites, one at Roswell and another at White Sands.
Still, others say that there was only one crash site and that it just happened to occur during the testing of military weaponry and machinery. Many people believe that this event was covered up by the military because they did not want anyone to know about their new secret weapons program.
How the Government is Holding Back Scientific Discovery
UFOs and the government have a long and troubled relationship, with each side rarely willing to give up any information. The UFO community is always looking for answers. One of the big questions is: does the government really know something about UFOs?
Well, if you believe the hype, it seems that back in 1947 there was a UFO crash in New Mexico. The Roswell Incident has been touted as one of the most important events in human history.
This topic is ripe with conspiracy theories, so we are going to dig a little deeper and see what facts can be found.
In the year 1947, a flying saucer was seen by many people in New Mexico. There were several sightings of this strange craft and it was reported by many people. The craft had been sighted for weeks before finally crashing into a rancher’s field outside of Roswell, New Mexico.
The government sent out military personnel and other officials to investigate what had happened, but when they arrived at the site, they found that nothing was left behind except for some small pieces of metal that were later identified as being from a spacecraft. Since then, there have been several theories about what happened at that time, but no one knows for sure what really happened or who was responsible for it.
On July 8, 1947, something crashed in a remote part of New Mexico, 75 miles northwest of Roswell. The government has spent the past 70 years obfuscating the truth about what happened that night. But there’s plenty of evidence to suggest the military covered up a UFO crash — and maybe an alien encounter or two.
In 1947, the U.S. Air Force was only three years old — and still struggling to prove its independence from the Army. The Roswell Incident was the first major test of their ability to conduct a secret investigation; it turns out they did a pretty good job.
The military initially admitted to recovering a flying saucer outside Roswell. The public’s fascination with aliens started in earnest. And so did the government’s attempts to cover up new reports of UFOs and flying saucers sighted across America.
A few weeks later, the Air Force changed its story: It had recovered a weather balloon, not a flying saucer. And it disputed all subsequent reports that anything had happened at all in Roswell in July 1947 except for a routine military exercise.
But those who were there — including ranchers, their families, and other eyewitnesses — say otherwise. So do military officers who investigated the crash and recovered debris from an unknown origin.
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