Although some U̳F̳O̳ researchers consider it a hoax, there is an interesting account of a U̳F̳O̳ crash reaching us from Arizona. The facts are. Famous researcher Raymond Fowler first revealed the details of this May 20, 1953 event in 1973, although U̳F̳O̳ researcher Richard Hall already knew about it in 1964. Fowler stated that his information came from engineer “Fritz Werner”, later identified as Arthur. G. Stancil.

Stancil graduated from Ohio University in 1949 and was first employed by Air Material Command at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, as a mechanical engineer testing Air Force aircraft engines.

Dr. Eric Wang, suspected of leading a team to reverse engineer an a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ ship, headed the Facilities Division within the Office of Special Studies where Arthur worked.

Stancil signed a legal affidavit attesting to the honesty of his testimony, which was published by Ray Fowler in U̳F̳O̳ Magazine, April 1976.

He was working for a company that had a government contract on a nuclear site in Nevada. He was summoned by his boss on May 21, 1953 and sent on a “secret” mission.

After flying to Phoenix, Arizona, he was placed in a bus with tinted windows and taken to a point about a four-hour drive northwest of the city of Phoenix proper. Supposedly, the location was near the city of Kingman, Arizona.

The bus was full of passengers, none of whom Stancil knew and would not know, having been told not to communicate with each other. Arriving at his secret destination, two military lights illuminated a surreal scene in the desert night skies before dawn.

The engineer was amazed to see a disk-shaped ship embedded in the sand.

Stancil estimated its diameter to be about 30 feet. Military personnel surrounded the aluminum craft, which was brought down by an internal explosion or hit by military rockets, Stancil guessed. The wound was easy to see, a gaping hole in his side.

Stancil\’s duty was to calculate the speed of the ship, a task he quickly accomplished. Subsequently, the tense atmosphere of the research group began to loosen up a bit, and he began to obtain details from some of the other staff members assigned to this “unofficial” mission.

They told him that there was a small cabin inside the ship and very small chairs.

He himself could not look into the unknown ship. He was surprised when he peeked into a nearby medical tent.

Inside was the small body of a “creature”, about 4 feet tall. He claims that the a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ was wearing some sort of skull cap and a silver suit. The suit appeared to be impeccable. The investigation was soon halted and the members were ordered to leave the area.

Back on the bus, all members of the assignment were ordered to sign the “official secrets” act and w̳a̳r̳ned not to talk to anyone about what they had seen. Before taking the crash story to other U̳F̳O̳ groups, Fowler did a thorough background check on Stancil and was satisfied with his authenticity and personal integrity.

Fowler was also beyond doubt convinced of Stancil\’s ability to do his job, as he came forw̳a̳r̳d with a wealth of knowledge of his field and occupation.

There was further confirmation of the validity of the Arizona accident. Wright Patterson AFB personnel claimed to have witnessed the delivery from a “crash site” in Arizona.

These witnesses claimed to have seen “three small bodies packed in dry ice.” The beings were reported to be approximately 4 feet tall, have large heads, and a brown skin color.

The timing of the delivery coincided perfectly with the facts stated by Stancil. Unfortunately, military personnel were unable to release their names. Fowler maintains that several other witnesses have come forw̳a̳r̳d in the years since the incident, but the lack of other facts and other testimony leaves the case somewhat lacking.

Possibly more evidence will be revealed one day about this alleged U̳F̳O̳ crash in the Arizona desert.

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