Investigative journalist and UFO researcher Paola Harris shared details about a 1945 UFO crash in San Antonio, New Mexico including microscopic analysis of actual materials taken from the UFO. Also, the now grown children, Jose Padilla and Reme Baca, who witnessed the crash, shared their testimony. Harris described the incident when the boys aged 7 and 9 were out on family property during a major thunderstorm and saw an object crash into the ground, leaving a half-mile trench. The two boys went near the craft and saw a piece had broken off.
Padilla described the crash as sounding like a sonic boom, and thought it could have been an atomic bomb test. The crashed object, he said, was around 35 ft. in diameter, and 15 ft. high. Baca said they witnessed thin-bodied creatures inside the craft, resembling "praying mantises," while Padilla characterized them as three little men who were rushing back and forth like they were injured. The boys returned to the crash site two days later with adults, and the creatures were gone, but the craft was still there.
Later, the military arrived and requested to cut a gate on the Padilla's property in order to remove a "weather balloon." It was during this time that the boys climbed into the craft and pulled an aluminum bracket off, which many years later they had analyzed by an electron microscope which showed unusual properties-- tiny structures that look like fossils (see photos below). For more, read Harris' interview with Padilla & Baca.
First hour guest, expert on numerological and subliminal influences, Maryanna Korwitts talked about kids and the significance of their names. The name a child is given plays a part in shaping their personality, the kinds of traits that will be dominant, and later on the name will play a big role in the vocation they choose to go into, and even the kinds of people they attract into their lives," she declared.
Paola Harris has sent photos of the metal that witnesses (Jose Padilla/Reme Baca) reportedly pulled off the craft in the 1945 San Antonio, NM crash case. The first image shows electron microscope analysis of a panel piece pulled off by a 9 year old Jose Padilla, with possible embedded integrated circuits. The second picture shows the panel piece in a regular photo.
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