Saturday, November 04, 2006

Aztec UFO Event To Be Featured On The History Channel Monday

Aztec UFO Video
By Rhys Saunders
The Farmington Daily Times

     AZTEC — A town known locally for its obsession with extra-terrestrials will soon gain national publicity.

At 6 p.m. local time Monday, the History Channel will air a new episode from the series "UFO Files" that will feature interviews from the 2006 UFO Symposium in Aztec, said Scott Ramsey, who organizes the yearly gathering.

The episode is titled "Hangar 18: The UFO Warehouse" and will discuss what happens when a UFO crashes, according to the History Channel's Web site. Many people believe the Wright Patterson Air Force Base contains a top-secret facility named "Hangar 18," where alien crafts are taken.

"They filmed just about all of it last March at the UFO Symposium," Ramsey said.

The episode will explore several UFO crash sites in the New Mexico desert and where the space vehicles were taken after they landed, he said.

The city of Aztec gained prominence among UFO enthusiasts after a crash reportedly occurred in March 1948, almost 12 miles outside of Aztec in Hart Canyon, according to the UFO Symposium's Web site Twelve "crashed disks," which are alien space crafts, were recovered in New Mexico, the Web site states. New Mexico ranks highest in the world for UFO-related sightings.

"They interviewed me for over three hours," he said. "I thought it was a very good interview. They had an interest in documents I have that were declassified by the government."

During the 2006 UFO Symposium, Ramsey provided The Daily Times with documents he claimed were declassified government reports. The documents included a letter written to former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, one written by the United States Department of the Air Force and an investigative report sent to the Wright Patterson Air Force Base. He claimed all of his declassified documents were written internally by the U.S. government.

Ramsey said he does not know how much of the hour-long episode will feature Aztec.

"I don't know how it ended up on the cutting room floor," he said. "The segment of the interview with me will be included in the tape."

Ramsey said History Channel officials recently notified him of their interest in conducting a follow-up interview.

"They haven't set a date for that yet," he said.

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UFO Files

Episode: Hangar 18: The UFO Warehouse

Aztec Episode UFO Files THC
What happens when a UFO crashes? Some experts claim that the UFO wreckage and even the pilots are transported to a top-secret facility in Dayton, Ohio called "Hangar 18" located on Wright Patterson Air Force Base. Declassified Government documents prove that the "disk" from the famous Roswell event and fragments of other mysterious crashes were shipped to Wright Patterson. Hear stories involving elected officials, UFO researchers, and former base employees, some of whom are going on the record regarding "Hangar 18." They spin a tale of flying saucer debris, alien bodies, cryogenic chambers and a vast underground network that may hold the secrets to the UFO mystery. Is there a conspiracy to hide UFO evidence from the highest branches in the U.S. Government, or is it all just a myth?

Rating: TVPG

Running Time: 60 minutes

Genre:Mysteries of History

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See Also: The 'Aztec Incident' Revisited:
- Part One -


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