Couple give tour of alleged Aztec UFO crash site
By James Fenton
The Daily Times
AZTEC — . . . After they married, the couple committed themselves to researching the alleged Aztec crash.
Over the last 26 years they have uncovered as much related documentation as they could find on the March 25, 1948, crash or controlled landing. They say the U.S. military covered up the extraterrestrial event by sending all the evidence to Los Alamos National Laboratory, an hour's drive from Santa Fe.
"We don't think the military acted to simply hide the truth, but, rather, to protect people," Suzanne said. "It was a matter of public safety in a time where UFOs were perceived as a greater threat than the H-bomb."
The Ramseys claim the saucer was discovered when oil-field workers were called out to the area to investigate a brush fire that could have caused damage to nearby drip tanks. The fire turned out to be isolated, but the military was soon on scene and cordoned off the area to keep out the public. As many as 16 humanoid bodies were rumored to have been found in the craft.
Their book investigates the often conflicting or hard-to-pin-down local lore. With plenty of naysayers and skeptics, the Ramseys say they stick to their role as ardent researchers, traveling to over two dozen states to collect evidence.
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