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Howard Scoggin

(Howard SCOGGIN).

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Biography:

Several newspapers, such as the Amarillo Daily News for September 7, 1945, mentions Howard Scoggin as a resident of Dimmitt. It seems he died in Dimmitt on March 23, 1982 (Amarillo Globe-News, May 18, 2006). Dimmitt is in Texas but 240 km only from Roswell, New Mexico.

Affidavits:

There is no affidavit by Howard Scoggin.

Interviews and public statements:

There is public statement by Howard Scoggin.

Investigators notes and comments:

Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt:

These researchers said that in a 1998 interview, former real estate salesman Howard Scoggin of Las Cruces, New Mexico, described a 1959 encounter with Mack Brazel. Scoggin had gone to a local restaurant for lunch with a friend who pointed out Brazel sitting alone at another table. Against his friend's advice, Scoggin got up and approached Brazel, and asked him about the 1947 incident. Without saying a word, Brazel clenched his fist tightly, grimaced, and contorted his face, and then slowly rose out of his chair. Fearing for his personal safety, the surprised Scoggin backed away, while Brazel slowly stalked past him and out of the restaurant, leaving his food on the table. It was like watching one of those werewolf movies, when the star turns into the monster," said Scoggin almost 40 years after the encounter.

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