According to UFO believers, the USA Airforce base is a secret haven for alien wreckages. These include Rosewell plane crash ruins, alien bodies, flying saucers, and so on.
In addition to these, Hangar 18 is rumored to be involved in extraterrestrial activities, since the 1940s. It is assumed that even living aliens work there. All of this is ostensibly stored in a sealed room. It is guarded and sealed in the Blue Room. It is inspired by the Blue Book Project, which was the official government investigation into dozen of UFO sightings.
Most of the theories of Hangar 18 are based on the Rosewell UFO crash. In 1947, the army issued a press release stating that a “flying disc” was found crushed nearby. This was reported by The Sun.
Contradictory Statements by Airforce Base
However, a subsequent statement released by the Airforce in Fort Worth, Texas, changed the reports. It claimed that it was a weather balloon, that fell to the ground. This refuted the previous statement.
Later, again in 1994, officials claimed that Cold War Spy devices had actually crashed in Rosewell. This, however, was little to appease the conspiracy theorists. Most UFO believers, hence believe that the wreckage after the crash was transported to Hanger 18. It is still hidden there today, with stories to make the incident sound more normal.
The Existence Of Aliens In Hangar 18
There is another story by kids of WWII veteran Marion ‘Black Mac’ Macgruder. According to them, their father mentioned seeing a living alien at the Ohio base, in 1947.
He expressed to his family “it was a shameful thing that the military destroyed this creature by conducting tests on it.”
Republic Senator Barry Goldwater also mentioned his attempt to break into the Blue-Room in the 1960s. However, he was stopped by General Wright Patterson. Interesting, is not it?
Again, in 1974, science fiction writer Robert Spencer Carr claimed that the military kept, “two flying saucers of unknown origin” inside the Hangar, the Tampa Tribune reported.
In addition to this, he mentioned that he had a high-ranking military source in the army who saw 12 bodies of aliens who were operated on at the base. His statement, was so influencing, that it inspired a 1980 film called Hangar 18.
However, to date, the government and Air Force have always denied the rumors about the base. What is your perspective on this particular perspective?