The Roswell Legacy: The Untold Story of the First Military Officer at the 1947 Crash Site
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Mar 04, Patrick rated it liked it. I was already familiar with the Roswell crash site from watching documentaries and actually visiting Roswell, NM. I even met some local citizens and told me stories what they remember from back then. When picking up this book I was hoping to read more information about the UFO crash which I did but it felt I didn't get as much information that I hoped for. Overall it's still a good read and I do recommend picking it up if you're a believer of extraterrestrials, or if you're curious about the Ros I was already familiar with the Roswell crash site from watching documentaries and actually visiting Roswell, NM.
Overall it's still a good read and I do recommend picking it up if you're a believer of extraterrestrials, or if you're curious about the Roswell crash site and are instead of the details that was informed in the book.
The entire book is written by the son of Jesse Marcel Sr. He also goes into further detail about his fathers experience with the whole cover up with the US government. Again, I did like this book just wish it gave more information since I had a few questions myself that could be answered. Dec 09, Mr. The book was an "ok" read.
It wasn't bad, just low on substance. I am not a "big" UFO researcher or reader. Any information on the subject I've gathered, I've done from just watching television shows here and there over the years. I've never really "sought" out information from the internet or ever even read any books on the subject until 2 weeks ago as of this review - and that was done just out of curiosity from an author of another book I heard on a Talk TV show some years ago and finally de The book was an "ok" read.
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I've never really "sought" out information from the internet or ever even read any books on the subject until 2 weeks ago as of this review - and that was done just out of curiosity from an author of another book I heard on a Talk TV show some years ago and finally decided to buy the book since it was effortlessly to do so from my kindle. The book being: The Day After Roswell by Philip Cors Anyway, most of the information from this book was information I had already heard from other TV shows here and there over the years.
I didn't expect much, since Jesse Marcel Jr was only a young boy when all this happened and when he witnessed the events happening - which was his father bringing home objects from the original crash. Besides this, Jesse Marcel Jr had no other first hand experiences, besides the sincerity of living through the experiences of having a father who raised him, who actually had first hand experiences from finding the Roswell crash site and than being ordered to never talk about anything he had ever seen for the rest of his life. As mentioned, the book was an "ok" read, and would probably of been an even better read for the minimal amount of information the book was able to bring to a reader, had the price of the book been several dollars cheaper on Amazon and on the Kindle as well.
Apr 12, Clayton rated it really liked it.
I'd been fascinated by the story of Jesse Marcel Jr. He's the son of Jesse Marcel who was one of only a few high level military men chosen to recover the flying saucer debris from the Roswell crash in What an incredible story! Junior's dad brought the wreckage home with him that night and showed it to his son and wife only to have it turned over the next day to his superiors.
Of c I'd been fascinated by the story of Jesse Marcel Jr. Of course the wreckage was other-worldly and Jesse senior's life would be changed forever, even as he continued a decorated military career. Jesse Marcel Jr. Junior does his father proud by recounting the minute by minute account of an honorable man doing his country's duty, swearing to secrecy after recovering 3 alien bodies, recovering unidentifiable saucer debris, posing for fake pictures alongside a weather balloon, and ultimately living up to his oath to never tell the story himself.
I might have given this book 3 stars for lack of depth were it not for Jesse's thesis: "My focus in this book will be to present the reader with a clearer picture of the man who was - and remains - at the center of the Roswell controversy; my father, Jesse Marcel, Sr. Given that thesis I can cut him some slack. His focus was his father. If you want a barrel of details regarding Roswell you best read Witness to Roswell. May 21, Todd Russell rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction , ufo.
According to the author, he is one of a small few alive who handled wreckage from the UFO that crashed in Roswell. Jesse Marcel Jr is the son of Major Jesse Marcel, the intelligence officer for the th bomb group and the first military officer to reach the famous Roswell accident site. Later the military changed the story from UFO to weather balloon but this book made me rethink what really happened. Friedman which details how he became acquainted with Marcel. The most interesting p According to the author, he is one of a small few alive who handled wreckage from the UFO that crashed in Roswell.
The most interesting part of the book for me was Marcel talking about the alien ship wreckage. What I don't understand is how nobody involved kept a sample. I'm not only talking Marcel, as I understand the whole military confidentiality thing, but didn't they have any idea that someday in the future their fantastic claims might be challenged? Same for the rancher who had the wreckage strewn all over his land. None of his family or friends kept a small sample? These nagging doubts aside, I enjoyed the book.
Not going to get into whether I believe everything happened exactly as the author states in the book, but it was an interesting read. Jul 27, Matt rated it it was ok. I've always been interested in the UFO phenomenon, but never read any books related to this field. Being a fan of history, I chose to read this to learn more about the most famous UFO story, the Roswell incident of Written by the son of of one first on-site witnesses, and witness himself to crash debris, I knew I was getting the story from one of the original participants.
And while the author talks about his experience, his father's experience, and their lives as a result, what he does no I've always been interested in the UFO phenomenon, but never read any books related to this field. And while the author talks about his experience, his father's experience, and their lives as a result, what he does not do is go into detail of the Roswell incident itself.
We don't learn much about other witnesses beyond he and his father. The fact some people reported alien bodies is only briefly mentioned. Very little about the coverup, and who might have been involved, only the acknowledgement that a coverup did occur and still does. Being a man of science, and a medical doctor, he does touch upon how interstellar travel may be possible, and the different technologies we know about, but that's not what I was after.
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Overall a nice story, but I would have liked a more thorough reading over the entire subject. Jan 23, Richard added it Shelves: shelfari-favorites , shelfari-wishlist.
get link This book was written by the son of Jesse Marcel, the man whom the government delegated the task of analyzing the Roswell debris. That fact I think is officially known. To my fellow men and women in arms, I cannot begin to express the pride I feel for having been so privileged as to serve with you. May you all be kept safe, and feel the honor you so greatly deserve. To Stan Friedman, what can I say? Your unbending quest for truth has been an inspiration to me, and I am ever grateful for your support throughout the years. To Ron Kaye and Connie Schmidt, I give my thanks for turning decades of memories into a book in which my father and I can take real pride.
And finally, to you, my readers. It is my hope that you will always seek—and find—truth, and that one day, the world will look at you and share your hunger. May your lives be filled with wonder, every day.
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The Path to Roswell. The Debris. Government Cover-Up? You Decide. What Was a Mogul Balloon? Moore: Mogul Balloon Scientist. A Government Officials Admission. Other Visits. The Domino Effect.