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Roswell 1947 - Documents on the witnesses

Elizabeth Tulk

(Elizabeth TULK, Elizabeth WILCOX).

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Elizabeth Tulk is the daughter of George Wilcox, Chaves County sheriff in Roswell at the time of the incident. The other daughter of George Wilcox is Phyllis McGuire.

Chaves County Sheriff George Wilcox was the first authority contacted by William Brazel after he discovered the unusual debris at the Foster ranch near Corona. Wilcox subsequently contacted the Roswell Army Air Field. Wilcox himself never referred to the event publicly.



(1) My name is Elizabeth Tulk

(2) My Address is [Confidential]

(3) I am retired

(4) In July 1947, I visited my parents in Roswell, New Mexico. On the day my husband and I arrived, there were jeeps and some Air Force people at the county jail.

(5) My husband, Jay, went to see my father. He asked, "What's going on, George?" My father said, "Well, we had this man come in saying there was this flying saucer and brought him a piece of it; he said it looked like burned grass out there (where the material was found).

(6) My mother wouldn't talk about the event for years. However, as the years went along, my mother would say, "Remember the time we had the flying saucer in Roswell?" I know an article she wrote that said, "We do not to this day know whether it was a flying saucer, because they told my husband not to say a word." When the Air Force came and picked up the pieces, she said they reprimanded him not to discuss the event. The article was submitted to the readers Digest and delivered to the Roswell Historical Society in 1980.

(7) I have not been paid or given anything of value to make this statement. It is the truth to the best of my recollection.

Elizabeth Tulk

April 22, 1991

Signature witnessed by
Christine Tulk

Interviews and public statements:

Investigator Donald R. Schmitt has recorded an interview with Elizabeth Tulk:

This audio CD can be oredered at

Investigators notes and comments:

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