Roswell’s first (human) visitors

71 years after a UFO allegedly landed in southeast New Mexico – instantly cementing the town of Roswell as a pop culture monument and Mecca to UFO enthusiasts – the memorialized crash site finally held its first public tour.

This is the story of that tour, and the five strangers who came from vastly different places and backgrounds to be there, united and joined by their belief.

For the full print story, published in the Albuquerque Journal, click here or here.

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The truth is out there: Visiting the alleged Roswell UFO crash site

On July 5, 2018, the iconic site of the alleged Roswell UFO crash of 1971 was opened to the public for the first time.

The story of the five UFO enthusiasts who came from all over the country (and even outside of it) for the initial tour can be read here.

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The truth is out there

Note: This story was first published in the Albuquerque Journal, and can be viewed here. 

 

By David Lynch

Just before 11 a.m. on July 5, 2018, Candelaria “Candy” Ruiz walked across a crater about an hour and a half’s drive from Roswell in southeastern New Mexico to find some shade.

She settled under a small tree at the crater’s edge and watched as a small group walked around the remote area, which, on this day, compensated for its lack of cell service with multitudes of historical significance and wonder. Continue reading →