Was Roswell a Soviet hoax?

What happened in Roswell in 1947? Did aliens actually crash there? Was it simply a weather balloon? Or did Joseph Stalin have something to do with Roswell?

A book called “Area 51” by Annie Jacobsen suggests that Roswell was a Soviet hoax. She dismisses the alien conspiracy theory and instead points the finger at Joseph Stalin. She says that Stalin was inspired by Orson Wells’ radio adaption of the H.G. Wells novel, “War of the Worlds”, which provoked hysteria across America when it was broadcasted in 1938.

The books says that a plane was was filled with “alien-like” children, aged 12 or 13. These children were deformed and had “unusually large heads and abnormally shaped oversized eyes.” They were supposedly found “comatose but still alive.” Stalin (supposedly) planned to send a plane full of these deformed children to the United States in order to create mass hysteria and fear of an alien invasion. But the plane (which was remotely controlled) crashed.

So, believe what you want to believe. Roswell could have simply been a weather balloon, or it could have been aliens, or it could have been the Soviets! If you are interested in the book, buy it on Amazon!

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