Most viewed UFO files of FBI: Guy Hottel Memo

Zim here.

Enough with the ancient history of ufo encounters. Today Zim’s focusing on a much more well known situation.

There’s so much smoke in the air from the Roswell story, that it’s hard to sift out fact from fan fiction. No matter how you look at it, however, this little town in New Mexico keeps showing up on the radar. That reality has led Zim to ask many times, “Why New Mexico, why?” Some speculate it’s because there aren’t many humans in those parts, but nevertheless just enough human eyeballs looking up to catch strange stuff in the air. Zim is unsure about that because there are so many places on Earth like that (sparsely populated, open locations) that we don’t hear about ufos from — I’m looking at you, Canada… Anyway, a theory I like a little bit more is that New Mexico is a spot where a lot of American government shananigans were going on.

ufo-files-most-wantedThe FBI likes to get there hands dirty in the remoter places in America. That strikes Zim is inherently true. That’s why it’s not surprising to hear that the FBI would be the fellas dressed in black that are the first on the scene of any downed ufo spacecraft. Well folks, when the FBI opened their vaults for the general public to peruse in April of 2011, we got evidence of that very situation.

So, in 1950, the director of the FBI was this control freak, a one mister J. Edgar Hoover. There was also a smart chap in the system named Guy Hottel. Mr. Hottel gives Hoover a document that comes from his desk in Washington D.C. that says that the FBI picked up three “flying saucers”… wait for it… in New Mexico. These circular flying discs measured a crazy 50 feet in diameter. And that’s not all. Apparently the good folks at the FBI opened up these saucers to find humanoids dead inside. These guys looked to be dressed in speed pilot gear, but were only three feet tall. <<<<< Yes! Craziness, no? This is a real, publicly released FBI report. You can look at it yourself under the FBI’s open vault protocol released to the general peons of the state in 2011.

One of the crazier aspects of the story is that this memo is just a one-page document. If Zim’s the guy that’s discovering aliens, I’m at least writing a ten page letter to my director about my findings. Why would there be so few words written? That doesn’t make any sense to me. Furthermore, Hoover apparently never responded to the document in anyway. There’s no evidence that he even looked at the thing. Now, simply as a matter of national security, you’d think you’d do your do diligence as the leader of the FBI to check this thing out. As far as the publicly released documents go, Hoover just sat on his thumbs. He did nothing. Doesn’t that strike you as odd? There’s something rotten in the state of Denmark, indeed…

“For a few years after the Roswell incident, Director Hoover did order his agents—at the request of the Air Force—to verify any UFO sightings. That practice ended in July 1950, four months after the Hottel memo, suggesting that our Washington Field Office didn’t think enough of that flying saucer story to look into it.”

“Finally, the Hottel memo does not prove the existence of UFOs; it is simply a second- or third-hand claim that we never investigated,” explained the FBI release. “Some people believe the memo repeats a hoax that was circulating at that time, but the Bureau’s files have no information to verify that theory.”

After this little bombshell of a memo was released, the public starting crawling up to the FBI office, scratching on its walls for answers. This document has been looked at more times than any other released document, and for good reason. This is wild stuff! Now, the number one question the public had to ask the FBI, over and over again was, “Does this verify the Roswell story?” Here’s the FBI’s official answer to that question:

“For a few years after the Roswell incident, Director Hoover did order his agents—at the request of the Air Force—to verify any UFO sightings. That practice ended in July 1950, four months after the Hottel memo, suggesting that our Washington Field Office didn’t think enough of that flying saucer story to look into it.”

Then they went on to tell us all that this memo really doesn’t prove anything about anything;

“Finally, the Hottel memo does not prove the existence of UFOs; it is simply a second- or third-hand claim that we never investigated,” explained the FBI release. “Some people believe the memo repeats a hoax that was circulating at that time, but the Bureau’s files have no information to verify that theory.”

See?! Doesn’t that make you feel all better? Doesn’t that make your stomach sing with the happy flutter of butterfly wings? Right? Am I right? AM I RIGHT!!

There’s obviously much much more to this story… much more yet to be told.

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