This was how we used to think of aliens.
We visited Roswell to gather more information about and enjoy lots of fun concerning the 1947 UFO crash and aliens in general. We took a spacecraft full of photos. When I say we, I really mean Dan. all I did is shout “Get that one! get this!” All photos are by my husband, Dan Wentzel. We tried to capture the flavor of the place. We had such a good time as all of you would if you loved silliness and adventure. But on a much more serious side, the UFO Museum is also a legitimate place for research and study of sightings. People come from worldwide to study as it is the biggest collection of information, documents and photos, at least in this country.
Just one more memo
Not the real one of course. If you can find the place the sign is not even there anymore. You can visit the genuine one with a guide to the location.
I’m Pepper, you’re a Pepper
“Now, this won’t hurt one bit!”
“They told me it wouldn’t hurt either!”
What good is this Earthling, it don’t move?
Just chillin with my hottie and a coke.
What the future might look like
All the latest appliances yeah-from the stone age
It’s been a very bad night!
“They might be on to something with this storage idea!”
“I tell you I am not an alien-look here my papers.”
Horse wearing all the news stories about the Roswell landing and aliens.
The entire museum walls are lined with photos, documents and news stories.
They didn’t say they were going this far.
“It sure was easier with my Gameboy.”
A display of a period government office with the type of technology available then.
Some recovered debris from a crash site.