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Possible Roswell Crash Site

From: Edward Gehrman <egehrman.nul>
Date: Fri, 3 Jun 2011 08:05:02 -0700
Archived: Fri, 03 Jun 2011 15:09:29 -0400
Subject: Possible Roswell Crash Site

EBK, List,

About a month ago, my brother and I re-visited what we believe
is the crash site where the main Roswell craft went down after
it exploded and left debris covering several acres of the Foster

This was the site, described by the MP that we had found several
years earlier, and was strewn with strange balls of a tar-like
material and rocks covered with a sandstone substance we were
unable to identify.

This time we collected several representative samples and took
them to a lab in Albuquerque for testing using X-Ray
Fluorescence (XRF), Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP) and X-Ray
Diffraction (XRD).

The sandstone-like rocks were native limestone covered with
dolomite that was in turn covered with layers of calcite. While
dolomite and calcite are common in the area, it is not common to
find them in this configuration. In all my years walking in the
desert, I've never seen anything like these samples.

The tar-like material was even stranger: XRD found the tar
sample to be "very unusual".

What I'd like to know is whether anyone on the List who lives
in the Albuquerque-Roswell area would like to work with me on
this project. I think the tar-like substance is the closest we
have to being able to investigate possible 'alien' material, but
I don't know exactly how to proceed. Any suggestions?


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