Back in 1997, a former US Army colonel Philip James Corso released a book that even today seems like a real “bomb” and from which later a huge number of different conspiracy theories came out. A special highlight in the bodies of aliens.
The Day After Roswell immediately became a sensation among ufologists and supporters of conspiracy theories.
The author of the book was Philip James Corso , a former military colonel who served in the U.S. Army from 1942 to 1963.
In the book, Corso claimed that he personally directed the department that guarded and studied the wreckage of a UFO that fell in Roswell (New Mexico) in 1947 and revealed many secrets and mysteries of this event.
In particular, he assured that many breakthrough technical inventions that appeared in the following decades, such as optical fiber, transistors, night vision devices, and computer chips, were a direct result of the study of alien technologies used in the crashed UFO.
Corso’s book touched on so many diverse conspiracy theories that even ufologists often considered it partially invented or largely exaggerated.
At the same time, Corso himself suddenly died from an unexpected heart attack just a few months after the release of his book.
Conspirologists believe that he was simply killed because he revealed a lot of secrets.
Colonel Corso did not suffer from mental illness, was not a fanatic, he did not have obsessive phobias. His entire military career shows him brave. decisive, executive, and tough commander.
In 1945, he secured the passage of thousands of Jewish refugees from Rome, during the Korean War he worked in intelligence and monitored prisoners of war camps in North Korea, and after the war, he worked as an employee of the National Security Council under Eisenhower.
In general, all of the above does not fit with the fact that in the late 1990s he suddenly became interested in UFO topics, released his book, and also repeatedly participated in an interview with the popular paranormal radio “Coast to Coast AM”
And in an interview and in a book, Corso repeatedly claimed that the US government was hiding the truth about UFOs and aliens in order to take advantage of this in a technical breakthrough.
According to him, even Reagan’s famous Star Wars initiative (Strategic Defense Initiative) was intended not so much against enemy Soviet satellites as against the potential invasion of alien ships into Earth orbit.
This can be discussed for a long time, but back to the title of this article. In the same book, “The Day After Roswell,” Corso described not only the wreckage of a UFO, but also talked about those “alien bodies.” that were found in a fallen object and also carefully studied.
According to Corso, all the signs indicated that these “Gray” aliens were not really aliens, but biorobots specially created by someone to work on other planets. Corso wrote that as far as he knew, no one had ever seen real aliens at all, and all eyewitnesses or kidnapped persons were confronted only with big-headed and black-eyed “bio machines”.
To prove this, Corso described what he saw at the autopsy of the bodies of these “Grays.” They did not have any digestive system, while their bodies were electronically connected with the controls of the spacecraft.
“Perhaps we should consider these UBOs (extraterrestrial biological objects), as indicated in autopsy reports, as humanoid robots, and not as life forms specifically designed for traveling long distances in space and time,” wrote Corso.
“Although doctors could not understand how their body works in terms of chemistry, they found that it did not contain any basic elements unknown to people. Of particular interest was the liquid that served in their place of blood.
In these biological objects, the circulatory and lymphatic systems were combined. If there was any kind of nutrient exchange in these systems, then it could only occur through the skin or some external protective coating that they wore, because they did not have a digestive system or a way through which the remnants of food leave the body.
Philip J. Corso
“The contents, enclosed in a thick glass container, were immersed in a thick, pale blue liquid. At first I thought it was a dead child that would be sent somewhere but this was not a child. It was a four-foot-long human-shaped figure with arms, strange-looking four-fingered hands, no thumb, slender legs and feet, and a head shaped like an incandescent light bulb that seemed to float above a balloon gondola like its chin. I had the urge to touch the pale gray skin. But I couldn’t tell if it was fur because it also looked like a very thin fabric in a head-to-toe piece that covered the creature’s flesh. ”
Corso’s description of the body is very similar to what other Roswell witnesses described of the aliens.
Depiction of a Gray Alien
Although some researchers reject Corso’s claims, there can be no doubt about his credentials.
After joining the Army in 1942, he served in Army Intelligence Europe.
During the Korean War, he continued his intelligence duties under General Douglas MacArthur.
Corso died of a heart attack July 16, 1998. He was 83 years old.
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