Roswell, New Mexico & Other Facts
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Sunsiray)
Date: 6 Apr 1995 03:27:11 GMT
These are a few of the facts that go with Roswell, NM and other fascinating landmarks: Robert Goddard, famed for his rocket designs did his designs and experiments in Roswell, NM. Walker Air Force Base, a SAC base (which was closed in the late 1960's) is right outside Roswell. White Sands Missile Range, near Alamogordo, NM, is only about 150 +/- from Roswell, NM. Los Alamos National Laboratory, where the Atomic Bomb was created by scientists in secret is north of Roswell, NM. Some of you may be aware that for years Los Alamos was a "closed" town that was run by the US government under very tight security. Does any of this kind of enlighten anyone reading here that the crash outside Roswell, NM was a US government experimental craft?
Marsha Sneed, 18-year veteran teacher
I am a native of Artesia, NM, which is 35 miles south of Roswell and closer to Alamogordo. Fortunately, I escaped from New Mexico and got educated. I still can't believe the folklore and tales of mysteries that are perpetuated by good people who are basically ignorant in New Mexico. Don't believe me? Check out the "Stradivarius" Violin in a little museum near Lincoln, NM, where Billy the Kid raised havoc. I thought I would die laughing when I saw that! But everyone of the natives swears it's real. They are good people in the Southwest, but they aren't real educated.
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