Did a UFO Collide With an Aircraft in 1974 and Create a Major Event? Check it Out…

Do alien viruses exist right here on Earth? The disturbing answer is a single “maybe.” Certainly, it’s not a pleasant thought. In the world of adventure fiction, this scenario was played out in graphic form in Michael Crichton’s novel and movie, The Andromeda Strain. The book was published in 1969 and the movie surfaced in cinemas in 1971. A TV mini-series followed in 2008. In the story a satellite of the military crashes to Earth in a small, isolated town in Arizona. Unknown to anyone, the satellite has brought back on its shell a deadly virus of unearthly origins. That only becomes clear when people start to die, their blood turned to powder. Suddenly, the race is on to find a cure to prevent the virus from wiping out not just the people of the little town, or even of just Arizona – but the entire world. Crichton’s story is indeed a cautionary one and which shows just how quickly the human race might come to a crashing end when faced with something so unpredictable and poorly understood as an alien virus. It’s possible that there may have been a very similar, real-life equivalent of The Andromeda Strain, albeit in Mexico, in 1974. The following report titled Research Findings on the Chihuahua Disk Crash, originally from “JS” to “Deneb Team Members” and dated 23 March 1992, was mailed to UFO researcher Elaine Douglass in July 1993, postmarked Santa Ana, California. Elaine mailed the original report to Leonard Stringfield, who latter published it. It was also sent to a number of British UFO investigators in early 1996, including this author and Matthew Williams, bearing a Maryland, USA postmark. The report appears to have been written by a source or sources with intimate knowledge of the incident at issue who desired the release of the evidence to interested parties. The report – which is presented without interruption – reads as follows: 

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