First hand witnesses are those individuals that had direct first-hand knowledge or experience with live or dead aliens, a crashed saucer, or associated wreckage.
The 65-page transcript begins with a preface by Jim Clarkson describing how he came to meet June, interview her, and gain her trust. Next is a 3-page summary cross-indexing June's firsthand story with the Majestic Documents book. The remainder is all transcript. The highlights are breathtaking: handling unusual metal parts of the flying saucer, taking dictation from Werner Von Braun, mentions three UFO crashes, and a Top Secret Q clearance. Once she and many others were asked to sign a "TOO HOT" memo because of a careless Master Sergeant announcing he had just flown in from New Mexico with alien bodies and wreckage. The style, demeanor, and voice inflections - although not captured in the textual transcript - indicate sincerity and authenticity.
June Crain Official Documents and Records (1.7 MB)
Included is June Crain's "conveyance of rights to life story" to Sergeant Jim Clarkson along with his notarized affidavit of authenticity. The historical documents about June include War Department Notifications of Personnel Action for Wright Field Ohio, Efficiency Ratings, and detailed Position Descriptions. These documents are on original paper in the correct format. The documents clearly show that June worked at Headquarters Air Materiel Command (AMC), Area A, Supply Division Equipment Section, Materials Branch, photographic unit in 1948.
After the plane from Roswell arrived with the material, I asked the Base Commander, Col. Al Clark, to take possession of the material and to personally transport it in a B-26 to Maj. Gen. McMullen in Washington, D.C. I notified Maj. Gen. McMullen, and he told me he would send the material by personal courier on his plane to Benjamin Chidlaw, Commanding General of the Air Material Command at Wright Field [later Wright Patterson AFB]. The entire operation was conducted under the strictest secrecy. The material shown in the photographs taken in Maj. Gen. Ramey's office was a weather balloon. The weather balloon explanation for the material was a cover story to divert the attention of the press. I have not been paid or given anything of value to make this statement, which is the truth to the best of my recollection. Signed: T. J. Dubose.
Reverand Turner H. Holt - Further evidence has surfaced to support the notion that the UFO crash at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 was not the first. We have obtained substantial documentation and witness testimony relating to the crash and recovery of a UFO and alien bodies at Cape Girardeau, Missouri, in 1941 that is already posted to the website. In addition to this, we are including here an article that appeared in the Winter 2001-2002, Volume 26, Number 4 edition of the International UFO Reporter magazine that deals with a pre-Roswell event that occurred in the time frame of the Missouri crash. The article concerns an account related by the Reverend Turner Hamilton Holt who told his family that he had been shown by Cordell Hull (President Franklin Roosevelt-s Secretary of State) the remains of four strange bodies preserved in "glass jars" in a basement of the Capitol Building, Washington, D.C. The article, by William E. Jones of the Mutual UFO Network and Eloise G. Watson, reveals a wealth of information on Holt-s story, additional testimony from his family, and important information on Cordell Hull-s files.