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Supressed 1974 Mexico UFO Crash

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In August 1974 the US Air Defense radar detected a UFO about to cross into American airspace coming up from the Gulf of Mexico. The object was tracked at speeds of up to 2500 mph at an altitude of 75,000'. Continuing on this course the object would enter US airspace over Texas. At first it was thought that the object may be a meteor. However while over Mexico the UFO leveled at 45,000', descended to 20,000', leveling for 5 minutes at each altitude. After tracking the object for about a minute the UFO slowed to 1900 mph and began to descend and turn at the same time. The descent was stepped and not curved as a meteor would have been. Also the speed of the object changed, a meteor would not have changed speed on descent.
On entering Mexican airspace about 40 miles south of Brownsville, Texas, the US continued to track the object until it disappeared from the radar screens close to the town of Coyame, in the state of Chihuahua. Two military radar stations tracked the object while it made its descent. When the UFO disappeared from the radar it was assumed that it had just gone below the radars detection range. No one expected this to be a UFO crash landing. The object failed to return onto the radar screens.

52 minutes after the UFO disappeared from radar the first indication that a civilian aircraft had come down in the same vicinity was noted via civilian radio communications. Both the civilian aircraft and UFO had been in the same airspace at the same time. The civilian aircraft had been on route from El Paso to Mexico City and could not have been the same object that was tracked across the Gulf of Mexico.

Early the following morning, after the UFO crash, the Mexican authorities started the search for the missing aircraft. At about 10:30 a.m. a report came over the radio that the wreckage of the plane had been found. At about the same time a further report was of made that a second aircraft was on the ground a couple of miles away from the first. This second aircraft was circular in shape, in one piece and only slightly damaged. A few minutes later a radio silence on all search activity was ordered by the Mexican military. Radio intercepts were made by the CIA and by maybe two or three other US agencies, it is thought that the intercepts referred to a UFO crash landing rather than to the civilian aircraft going down.

This has never been confirmed.

A recovery team that included 3 Huey helicopters and one Sea Stallion helicopter was assembled. Such was the speed by the US to assemble the team, it is believed this was not the first time such an incident had taken place. The Mexican government refused requests from the US to allow the recovery team to cross the border to investigate the UFO crash and to assist in the recovery efforts. The Mexican authorities denied the UFO incident, they said they were investigating a plane crash.

Read more.... http://thenightsky.org/coyame.html

The Mexican government sent a team to recover the small plane and its passengers, while the U.S. continued to monitor the situation. The U.S. military offered its recovery expertise to the Mexican government, but the Mexican government declined. At the U.S. military radar air base, four Huey helicopters were readied up as well as a 15-man recovery team to head to Coyame, Mexico. The group entered Mexico surreptitiously after intercepting a Mexican radio communication giving away the location of the crash site.

Upon their arrival to the crash location in Mexico, the American group came across a strange metallic object in the shape of a disk and exhibiting what appeared to be frontal impact and noticeable wreckage, together with the burned remains of the small plane, a Cessna 180. A short distance from the wreckage was also an Olive green Jeep belonging to the Mexican military and containing the bodies of four Mexican soldiers. Their bodies displayed signs of death by asphyxiation. They were also in possession of their firearms, but showed no evidence of attempting to use them. One of the American Huey helicopters picked up the UFO and carried it some 15 kilometers, where an American convoy awaited to take it via rail to the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.

The whereabouts of the UFO are, to this day, unknown. As for the dead Mexican soldiers, the Mexican military denies that such incident ever took place. This, despite the overwhelming evidence presented in Mexican radial reports of the time and available at the general archives of radio communications of the Mexican military. The names and ranks of the Mexican soldiers are, to this day, officially denied by the Mexican government as well.

http://forum.projectcamelotportal.com/viewtopic.php?t=287

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