A geologist from New Mexico has spoken out about finding what he claims are parts of the UFO that crashed at the now famous Roswell site during 1947 and it has sparked the interest of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
Has A Geologist Found Proof of a UFO Crash In Roswell ?
According to Krqe.com, geologist Frank Kimbler believes he stumbled on something that might prove to be extremely interesting in regards to the many claims a UFO crashed down in Roswell in New Mexico. This is something that has sparked controversy for many years. Kimbler did admit that some of what he found might only be trash thrown away over the years by campers visiting the famous location, but some of it is interesting.
Kimbler talked about the moment he came across the debris that he firmly believes might be linked to the UFO crash site in Roswell. He said:
“I started looking around all over the place, looking to see if the helicopters were going to fly over because you get paranoid when you read the stories of about Roswell along with what’s happened to people when they’ve come forward with stuff.”
Kimbler Found 20 Metallic Fragments with Anomalies
Kimbler has been dedicated for eight years to finding some physical proof that a UFO did actually crash down in Roswell all those years ago, with the government keeping it a secret, as many people suggest. He visited the around one dozen times taking a metal detector along with him, finding 20 metallic fragments no larger than a fingernail. Kimbler revealed that he had the material tested, with it revealing it has anomalies, which he believes, might mean it came from a UFO that crashed at the site.
The Bureau of Land Management Became Interested in the Findings
The Bureau of Land Management contacted him after he revealed his findings, which led Kimbler to believe he was getting closer to discovering the truth. He admitted that paranoia stepped in, which led to him taking back his findings which he had given the Roswell International UFO Museum, in fear they may be taken away.
The BLM requested a meeting with Kimbler, with him saying:
“I said sure, about had a heart attack. I’m going, ‘Oh, they’re going to arrest me, they’re going to confiscate this material.’ I always thought that I was within my legal rights as a citizen of the U.S. to go out and metal detect.”
Kimbler attended the meeting with all going well. He said the BLM gave him clarification about the rules and regulations, but they did not request the material he had found.
There has been a lot of commercial interest in the site, with Kimbler being of the belief that this was how BLM was alerted to the findings. Kimbler has taken part in numerous documentaries about the supposed UFO crash in Roswell. He said he would continue going out searching for debris, but this time he will do it the right way, working alongside the BLM.