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Kevin Randle – The Roswell Slides Unraveled – May 26, 2015

Kevin-Randle-hsOpen Minds UFO Radio: Kevin Randle is a preeminent Roswell researcher and author. He is also a member of the Roswell Dream Team, which has been tied to the investigation, and recent unraveling, of photographs that were purported to show an alien body from the Roswell crash in 1947. So who is the Roswell Dream Team, and why do there seem to be members of this team debunking the slides, and others supporting the idea that they show something anomalous?  In this interview, we ask Kevin those questions while examining what happened, and the discoveries that have shown the alien to actually be the mummified body of a young boy.

At the beginning of the show, we are also joined by our new news correspondent, Martin Willis of Podcast UFO.

For more information about Kevin, visit his website at KevinRandle.blogspot.com.

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4 comments

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    Kevin is always a good guest, and I enjoy his insight. What I really want to know is this: where is Adam Dew? Whatever his truth is, whatever he’s thinking, he needs to speak his truth, and he should not be coy, in hiding or hard to reach. He brought the slide forth, he participated in its exploitation, and it is imperative that as a former journalist, Dew needs to come forward.

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    Henry Pillifer

    Jaime Maussan is a clown, a P.T. Barnum showman, a fraudster. Anyone who associates themselves with him is guilty by association, looking at you Richard Dolan.

    Sorry to see Jason McClellan go, he was young and entertaining and a strong voice for space science and the unexplained. Welcome aboard Martin.

    Roswell Dream-Team sounds like an oxymoron!

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    Nice interview, but you can’t have a Roswell Dream Team without S. Friedman. As for the slides, there’s a huge gray area here. Some of the arm-chair ufologists have it all figured out of course but it’s going to take a real investigator to get to the truth of this current mystery.

    Also sorry to see Jason McClellan go, he was a cool guy. Martin’s going to be awesome, just needs some experience.

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    I’m a professor in California. I published a book a few years ago called Aliens and Man (NY: Algora). After I reviewed all the evidence from UFOs, Crop Circles, Pyramids, etc, I asked myself if I ever had a personal experience. Never saw a UFO. I went inside the King’s Chamber in Giza, walked the lines of Nasca, but couldn’t honestly say I had any direct experience.

    Then I read Philip Corso’s book and he described a silvery piece of material found at Roswell. It was impossible to crease, or cut, or burn. Others have also reported this strange metallic material (see http://roswellproof.homestead.com/debris3_misc_metal.html)

    The weird thing is that I actually held that material in my hand in 1965. I was teaching 5th grade. Knew nothing about UFOs. And a little girl brought me this 5 X 5 inch paper and asked me to cut it, puncture it, crease it. I was amazed by it, but I thought her dad worked at the Willow Run Air Force Research Labs, and that it probably was something to do with the space program.

    However, 45 years later, I realized I never saw that material again. And now I believe I held an alien artifact in my hands.

    I’d like to interview people who have had personal connection with that material, or interview people who interviewed people.

    I’m wondering if you might help me find them.
    Maybe my next book. Please contact me at jerrykroth@yahoo.com

    Jerry Kroth, Ph.D.
    Associate Professor Emeritus
    Santa Clara University

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