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Finding just a piece of the Roswell crash wreckage could force the government to admit UFO secrets, says real-life Fox Mulder

The discovery of even a tiny fragment of debris from the infamous Roswell UFO crash could force the US government to release its UFO secrets, a real Fox Mulder has claimed.

Former Department of Defense investigator Nick Pope says that even after 75 years, we’re still no closer to finding out what happened in the infamous Roswell crash.

Nick Pope says fragment of Roswell crash could be tested and proven to be a UFO

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Nick Pope says fragment of Roswell crash could be tested and proven to be a UFOPhoto credit: SWNS
Nick Pope was an investigator at the Department of Defense

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Nick Pope was an investigator at the Department of DefensePhoto credit: Nick Pope

However, he believes that if even a tiny fragment of the debris could be found, it could force disclosure of UFOs, as it would be “game over” for any government cover-up.

Marking the 75th anniversary this weekend of the incident in which an unidentified ship crashed in the New Mexico desert, sparking decades of theories about alien bodies and government cover-ups, UFO expert Nick said the events of July 2, 1947 remain a mystery .

He told The Sun: “Roswell is literally ground zero of the modern UFO mystery. If you stop someone on the street who has no interest or particular belief in UFOs, there’s a good chance they’ve heard of Roswell.

“But 75 years later – I’m not sure we’re any closer to the answers.

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“I’m a little conflicted about this, but a UFO case is like a police investigation – the first 48 hours are crucial.

“If you don’t solve it within the first 48, your chances of ever doing so drop rapidly.

“So that’s my pessimistic view. My optimistic view is that cops occasionally do a cold case review.

“You will be dealing with a case again. Some new information will emerge, like a new witness, document, or photograph.

“Or you get something like a new technique, forensic DNA, and all of a sudden this case from decades ago gets solved — maybe there’s something like that at Roswell.”

Nick says that if debris or debris from the crash is still present and has been discovered, today’s tests could immediately determine whether the UFO came from space — or from Earth.

“It just takes one crucial piece of evidence that can blow things up wide,” he said.

“I think whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, no one disputes that something has crashed, and where something has crashed there is debris.

“People love souvenirs. So if you’re in 1947 and you’re told, ‘Okay, you’ve got to clean up all that stuff’ – someone will have put a tiny bit of it in their pocket and that person’s grandson or granddaughter might have it in a little box or on the somewhere attic.

“In terms of science, if we could get our hands on a single wreck, it would be immediately apparent whether it was extraterrestrial or terrestrial because there are scientific tests that honestly any high school chemistry student could do, it would tell whether or not something has been exposed to cosmic rays from space.”

Such an experiment could force the government to reveal any UFO secrets it may have been hiding, Nick said.

“Could this force disclosure? It could because it’s binary,” he added.

“If there’s a wreck somewhere in a warehouse, in a hangar, wherever, could you do an isotope ratio analysis and determine whether it was in space or not?

“And then it would be game over.

“So I think that could still be worked on.

“And it’ll either show there’s something weird and otherworldly about it, or it won’t.”

Nick and other UFO experts, alien hunters and six fans descended on the town of Roswell this weekend for a festival commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Roswell crash.

The grandson of crash first responder Jesse Marcel, who attended the event, told The Sun how his grandfather revealed alien bodies were found and he was part of the cover-up.

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Another attendee, Travis Walton – one of the world’s most famous “alien abductees” – revealed how people are finally starting to believe the extraordinary story of how he was brought aboard a spaceship and experimented on.

And retired military policeman James Clarkson revealed how after the 1947 crash, a local funeral home was asked by the military to provide child-sized coffins – presumably for extraterrestrial bodies.

UFO enthusiasts flocked to Roswell for the 75th anniversary of the UFO crash

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UFO enthusiasts flocked to Roswell for the 75th anniversary of the UFO crashCredit: Travis Walton

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Chris Barrese

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