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Mexico's Roswell: The Chihuahua UFO Crash, 2nd Edition Paperback – May 1, 2008
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About the Author
Noe Torres and Ruben Uriarte have spent many years investigating UFO cases in the Southwestern U.S. and Northern Mexico. Their research has appeared on the History Channel's UFO Hunters and UFO Files TV shows. They have also appeared on many other radio and TV programs, and they speak frequently at UFO conferences. Noe holds a Master's degree from the University of Texas at Austin and has authored four books and a motion picture screenplay. Ruben, a Cal State graduate, is director of the Mutual UFO Network in Northern California. Ruben has conducted extensive research into crop circles and UFO cases in Latin America.
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And on and on and on......it might have made for some fun fiction, and any UFO book is not easily read without some skepticism, but this one lowers the bar for journalistic writing. Buy "Crash At Corona" or "Witness to Roswell" instead.
The US was also aware of this collision from radar and was monitoring the Mexican retrieval efforts. They determined from satellite and aerial photographs that the Mexican's died during the retreival. So the USA then put together their own recovery team in El Paso in two short hours! Even in that short time they were able to able to assemble an expedition with full bio, radiation, and chemical protective gear including a suitcase nuke and a containment bag left over from Project Apollo to enclose the UFO disk so it could be safely extracted from Mexico slung under one of their helicopters. Completely unbelievable!
The authors even manage to exceed that absurdity by claiming that the US team left the suitcase nuke behind set to detonate by timer in order to eliminate the bio or chemical hazard that had wiped out the Mexican soldiers. What happened to all those dead soldiers? Simple; they were vaporized by the nuke event along with the vehicles they drove up in. Radiation fallout from such an event was apparently deemed preferable to some unknown bio or chemical hazard. I guess this amazing nuke vaporized the troops and their vehicles but did not leave behind a big hole in the ground, or mushroom cloud, or measureable radiation. Don't know for sure if the authors address those issues later in the book because, unable to digest absurdity stacked upon absurdity, I had to stop reading. There were also numerous minor mistakes and inconsistencies, omitted in this review because they pale in comparison to more ridiculous claims. This story would be unconvincing even as a novel, let alone as a documentary.