(05-07-2013, 06:46 PM)Cynicalabsurdance Wrote: the Flora is all wrong
note also the lack of grass and the sparse vegetation
The Foothills of the Jicarillas where the craft landed is covered in grass
and greasewood bushes
and the craft was setting up against the wall of a wash
not out on the flat ground .
This is not the Roswell Crash which actually hit ground
just a few miles N.E. of Corona New Mexico
what this photo is , I have no idea .
There were reports of two crash sites. Not many were aware of this and it added to the confusion by conflicting witness accounts.
I believe the one you are talking about was the second one and a different kind of craft... perhaps the wave rider that Bill McDonald's interviews described?
I think he however might have merged reports into one crash?
Just from looking through recreation photos on google I see some with it crashed into the side of a mountain and some where it's position on the ground is strikingly similar.
With the tear in it and a body.(can't really make out the body some of u are seeing)
I did however find this enhanced version...
Brings out some additional detail that was lost in the original.. you can see more of a rock face on the right hand edge and what looks like some reflective pieces of debris on the ground.