The Mysterious “Alien Tomb” of the Unidentified Aurora Incident

A “UFO crash” incident called the Aurora Case is related to a mysterious “Alien Grave” according to revelations by some whistleblowers.
According to a story published in the April 19, 1897 edition of the Dallas Morning News a “mystery aircraft” as UFOs were known at the time, fell from the sky and crashed into a windmill belonging to Judge James Spencer, before finally fall to the ground. 
The rubble also destroyed the good judge’s flower garden. Unfortunately the pilot also died in the collision but locals managed to drag what was described as a “small” and “Martian” body from the rubble.
The body would have been buried under a tree branch in the Aurora cemetery with Christian rituals. 
Debris from the crash site was reportedly dumped into a nearby pit located under the damaged windmill, while some ended up with the alien in the grave. 
Between April 15 and 19, 1897, the Dallas Morning News published reports of sightings in 21 different cities. 
The aircraft’s occupant was considered small and humanoid, and the Dallas Morning News said he was “not an inhabitant of this world.” In some accounts, strange hieroglyphics are mentioned among the remains. 

The Dallas Morning News, April 19, 1897, p. 5, on the Aurora incident
In the 1920s people wanted to dig up the alien body but the villagers stopped them with shotguns. Beyond the mystery a new story has emerged: Mr. Brawley Oates, who bought the property from Judge Proctor around 1935. 
According to Mrs. Oates said nothing grew for years at the spot where the plane crashed. 
The Oates family, especially Brawley Oates, cleaned the wreckage from the well to use as a water source but he suffered from an extremely severe case of arthritis which he claimed was the result of contaminated water from the wreckage thrown into the well. 
As a result Oates sealed the pit with a concrete slab and placed an outbuilding on the slab. (As written on the slab, this was done in 1945). 
A strange small headstone was the alien pilot’s only marker, but it disappeared in 1973. 
In 1973, an investigation led by Bill Case, aviation writer for the Dallas Times Herald and Director of the State of Texas’ Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), uncovered data. additional. 
MUFON discovered two new eyewitnesses to the accident. Mary Evans, who was 15 at the time, told how her parents went to the crash site (forbade her to go) and also the details of the discovery of the alien body. 

10-year-old Charlie Stephens told how he saw the aircraft leaving a trail of smoke as it headed north towards Aurora. He wanted to see what would happen but his father made him finish his chores; he later recounted how his father went to town the next day and saw the wreckage of the accident. 
Bill Case used a metal detector on the grave. He detected three metallic areas that could be pieces of rubble or personal effects. 
The weekend after the tombstone disappeared in 1973 someone removed the metal pieces from the grave using a 3-inch pipe and a special tool. After the grave was removed in 1973, cemetery officials hired a lawyer to fight UFO researchers who wanted the alien body exhumed. 
In 2010 an ad hoc “headstone” with an engraved UFO mysteriously appeared in the cemetery, but it also mysteriously disappeared in 2012 said Aurora City Manager Toni Wheeler a longtime resident of the area. 
The marker was an asymmetrical stone that featured a crude engraving of a cigar-shaped nave with three holes. 
Today the tomb is marked only by a stone although some visitors to the cemetery have used ink to inscribe the stone with messages such as  “Rest in peace my alien brother” . A small wooden cross and flowers were also seen on the tomb during a recent visit. 

In 2018 a Dallas attorney offered $1,000 for the return of a headstone stolen from a cemetery in the small town of Aurora, Texas. 
Stratton Horres, a Dallas civil defense attorney, said he does not necessarily believe that the reported accident on April 17, 1897 in the small town about 27 miles north of downtown Fort Worth involved a spacecraft from outer space or that there even an accident at all. 
Horres is interested in confirming whether his financial offer might reveal any evidence one way or another. Source

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