Crashed UFOs, alien autopsies, anti-gravity craft and US government cover-ups reveal the legend surrounding “Hangar 18” at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.
Home to Project Blue Book and a series of systematic UFO studies from 1951 to 1969, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio, along with Area 51 is the subject of continual speculation about aliens. Many rumors surrounding Wright-Patterson are known to be related to what may have happened inside a warehouse called “Hangar 18”
Many of the rumors surrounding Wright-Patt, as he is known, involve what could have happened inside a specific building known as Hangar 18. UFO enthusiasts believe that the government concealed physical evidence of its investigations, including remains of flying saucers, alien remains. and even aliens captured in this mysterious warehouse specifically within a sealed and highly protected location dubbed the “Blue Room” .
The legend of Hangar 18 dates back to the alleged crash of a UFO in the desert near Roswell, New Mexico, in July 1947. According to a press release issued by the Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF) at the time its personnel inspected the “ Flying Saucer” and sent him to the “barracks”. A subsequent press release from Fort Worth Air Force Base in Texas (presumed to be the aforementioned headquarters) claimed that the saucer was a weather balloon, a claim the Air Force acknowledged in 1994 as false, admitting that it was a surveillance device designed to fly over nuclear research facilities in the Soviet Union.
But beyond Fort Worth, many UFO investigators believe that some of the materials from Roswell were also transported to Wright Field after the crash and stored in Hangar 18 according to unsubstantiated accounts by former military pilots. One of them, Oliver Henderson, allegedly told his wife that he flew in a plane loaded with debris along with several small extraterrestrial bodies from Roswell to Wright Field. According to the sons of another pilot, World War II ace Marion ‘Black Mac’ Magruder, their father claimed to have seen a live alien at Wright Field in 1947 and told them that “it was a disgrace for the military to destroy that creature by performing tests on it.
Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the 1964 Republican presidential nominee, was famously fascinated by UFOs and Hangar 18. Goldwater has publicly said that he tried to gain access to the Blue Room in the early 1960s but that a furious General Curtis LeMay stopped him. .
Even after Project Blue Book ended in 1969, rumors continued to swirl about Wright-Patt. In 1974 a Florida UFO investigator named Robert Spencer Carr publicly stated that the Air Force was hiding “two flying saucers of unknown origin” inside Wright-Patterson Hangar 18, according to a report by the Tampa Tribune. Carr claimed to have a high-level military source who saw the bodies of 12 extraterrestrial beings while autopsies were being performed. While Carr’s claims were dubious, extensive media coverage of them, as well as the release of the film Hangar 18 in the 1980s, helped cement the Wright-Patt legend as a center of US government activity. Related to UFOs.
For its part, the Air Force has categorically denied the rumors and claims that there was never a Hangar 18 anywhere in Wright-Patt, although there is a Building 18.
The Air Force reported in an official statement published in January 1985:
“It is periodically erroneously claimed that the remains of extraterrestrial visitors are or have been stored at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Now and never have there been extraterrestrial visitors or crews at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. ”
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