UFOs at Aztec
It has been the subject of several books, countless magazine articles and a number of self-published papers. It has been referenced in a surprisingly large number of official (military and intelligence) files, has been a matter of obsession for some, and Paul Kimball even made a film about it.
It is, of course, the alleged UFO Crash at Aztec, New Mexico in 1948.
Aztec is kind of like a Ufological version of Rolling Stones’ guitarist Keith Richards: while those around it fade away and die off, and no matter what it endures, it still continues blissfully on its seemingly indistructible path.
Yes: regardless of what did or did not happen on that fateful day back in March 1948, the story of AztecÂ is likely to always be with us.
Perhaps the only one who is really flying the Aztec flag right now is Scott Ramsey, whose book on his own investigations promises new and extraordinary revelations. Indeed, take a look at this new newspaper articleÂ that makes specific and intriguing references to people such as Dr. Lincoln La Paz, and apparent newly-obtained official files in Scott’s possession that reference both La Paz, Aztec, and some form of object.
Whether a genuine UFO crash, a hoax, legend, or something else, Aztec will – I predict – still be around for just about as long as people continue to look to the skies in search of UFOs. And doubtless the affair will still be creating controversy long after today’s players are gone – just like Keith, in fact…
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