The man's father concluded his story by relating how he and his fellow cameraman were sworn to secrecy, with the threat of the loss of pensions and a fast discharge from the Army. There was no doubt that they had seen things that only a small group of individuals had seen, and they knew to not take the officer's admonishment lightly. The man's father told him that he was the only person he had ever told his story to, and he asked him to never tell a soul what he knew. Only in the last few years has the old cameraman passed away, and his son felt that he was finally free to tell his father's story.
It is a well know fact that in 1947, a plane left Roswell heading to Wright Field with several packages aboard. A couple of these obviously contained crash debris, and one larger crate, which more than likely held alien bodies. This particular crate was about 7 x 7 feet, plenty big enough to carry two of the aliens, which were approximately 3 1/2 foot tall. A fork lift operator who loaded the crate into the plane stated that for its size, it was extremely light, further substantiating the theory of alien bodies being on board. There was also a delivery of bodies and crash debris to Ft. Worth, Texas.
Another very compelling account of alien bodies being held at Wright-Patterson is attributed to researcher/investigator Donald L. Worley. Worley relates the following account:
A young man, who shall be called Dave, had just finished high school, and secured a job at the AVCO Manufacturing Company located in Richmond, Indiana. The year was 1962. Part of the AVCO building was leased by the US government, and at that time the Indiana Ordinance Company, which dealt with top secret chemical and weapons testing during the Vietnam War, occupied the building. Dave was assigned to the ordinance division in experimentation. One of the areas that he worked in had a section behind a wall that was off-limits to Dave, though he had some security clearance. Being young and fearless, he was tantalized by the secrecy of the room behind the wall, and one day he ventured into the secret area, when a rare opportunity to do so came about.
He saw three tables in the secret room, each covered with a tarp, obviously hiding something beneath. The short lived venture into the forbidden room allowed him just enough time to uncover the secrets covered by the tarps. He was totally shocked by what he saw. Suddenly, three men in black suits rushed into the room. Two of them grabbed Dave, and the third took a device from his pocket and pressed it up against the back of Dave's head. He was immediately rendered unconscious.
When he awoke, he had no idea where he was. He wondered how long he had been out. He could quickly deduce from the uniforms of his captors that he was indeed in a military facility, however. Later, it would be determined that he had been transported to Wright-Patterson AFB, which lies less than an hour's drive by automobile from Richmond, Indiana.
Dave was beginning an experience he would never forget. He would be the subject of physically abusive questioning, long and tedious. He was shot up with drugs which affected him physically and mentally. Finally, he was left alone to heal, and eventually flown by helicopter back to his job in Richmond. He was continually warned not to mention to anyone what he had seen that day at AVCO. If he ever divulged any information about what he had seen, not only he, but his entire family would become missing.
What Dave had seen was one of our government's most highly kept secrets, three alien beings, obviously badly injured, with one showing signs of being burned. The beings fit the description of the Roswell aliens to a tee. They were about 3 1/2 foot tall, of thin build, and had grayish skin. They had large, black eyes, only a slit for a mouth, small, flat noses, and small ears.
He recalled that the beings had extra long arms with less than five digits on the hands, which were like animals claws. The feet had three stubby, webbed toes. He also remembered that there was a ridge on the bottom of their feet. They were clad in jump suits, with zippers up the front. Their suits had an emblem resembling a bird.
Dave's warnings were repeated for a time back at Wright-Patterson, as he was occasionally taken from his job, and flown back for more admonition, and threats. The military was obviously worried that he might ignore the warnings to keep his mouth shut. During the Roswell era, this was a common practice of the military... a vagrant violation of a citizen's constitutional rights. A number of his coworkers were aware of his treatment, and relayed this information to Dave's family.
More than once, his sister would be called upon to fetch him, as he aimlessly wandered in the Earlham Cemetery, in Richmond. His family was under constant surveillance, as was Dave. By the 1970s, he turned down an offer for a job promotion, and left the Indiana facility. His wife, Janet, also related some of the strange events of Dave's life. In 1975, he finally revealed some of the strange happenings at the AVCO work site, and at Wright-Patterson. Getting information from him was like pulling teeth. He finally made drawings of the beings he had seen in the secret room, and revealed a few more details of his experience.
Continue with Part 3.