The mailman was kind to me and dropped off a copy of “The Children Of Roswell” by Thomas Carey and Donald Schmitt and published by New Page Books. I want to thank the folks at New Page Books and Warwick Associates for this free review copy.
…The Children of Roswell: A Seven-Decade Legacy of Fear, Intimidation, and Cover-Ups
This is not just another book about Roswell. It’s not about any of the events surrounding one of the most famous UFO incidents of all time. It’s not even about any of the men or women involved in the recovery of a spaceship and its crew in the summer of 1947.
Rather, it’s about the aftermath–the lifetime impact Roswell has had on the families who were forced to live with the truth while accepting the government’s account of the incident, then forced to face years of suppression and fear of reprisal from a government sworn to protect them.
Despite the government’s best efforts to explain it away, after nearly 70 years, Roswell is a story that just won’t disappear. Parents who were present during or immediately after the incident may have passed on, but their children know what happened‚ and have paid dearly for their knowledge. These are their stories. You will finally learn the truth about:
The daughter of a witness to an alien body who discovered that her phone had been bugged for years.
How the U.S. Air Force tried to change the mind of the son of the Roswell intelligence officer in 1995.
What really became of the son of the principle witness, who disappeared in 1960.These are stories worth reading that force you to think about why the government would go to such lengths to keep these families quiet.