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Roswell 1947 - Documents on the witnesses

William Brainerd

(William BRAINERD).

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Biography:

Lawyer William Brainerd, Roswell's mayor when the Roswell museum opened, never anticipated that it would become so popular so fast, but thinks the tourism is good for the city. Brainerd says he arrived in Roswell in 1953, and never heard a word about aliens or a UFO crash until a 1965 function for past commanders of the old Walker Army Air Field (a newer name of the Roswell Army Air Field).

Affidavits:

None exist to my knowledge.

Interviews and public statements:

According to an article by Roswell researchers Thomas J. Carey and Donald R. Schmitt for the Sci-Fi Channel web site in 2003, William Brainerd, the former mayor of Roswell told then that when Colonel William Blanchard returned to Roswell a few years after the event, Brainerd met him on some official event. He found himself sitting across from Blanchard at dinner, and he asked him about the 1947 incident. Blanchard's only comment was that the wreckage was "The damnedest thing I ever saw."

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