Mexico's Roswell: The 'Tomato Man' Alien Body Recovery & the Tex-Mex UFO Corridor

The Laredo, Texas UFO Crash is an incident in which at least two U.S. military aircraft allegedly chased a 90-foot diameter silver disc-shaped UFO across Texas before watching the object crash approximately 30 miles south-southwest of Laredo, Texas on July 7, 1948. U.S. servicemen were reportedly dispatched from a nearby military base to cordon off the UFO crash site until a special U.S. retrieval team arrived to examine the wreckage and carry it away to a military base in San Antonio, Texas. Supposedly, the badly burned body of a non-human entity was recovered from the crash site.Much has been written about the strange body found in the Laredo UFO crash remains. He has been derisively called “Tomato Man” by the usual detractors in such cases. The fact is, this body was reportedly photographed in the remains of the UFO that came down in the crash.U.S. Secretary of State, General George C. Marshall, reportedly intervened directly with the Mexican Government and obtained permission for U.S. Army personnel to recover the remains of a U.S. “Special Test Vehicle” that had gone out of control and crashed in Mexico. Col. John W. Bowen, USAF (Retired), then Provost Marshall at Cars-well AFB, was sent…

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Mexico’s Roswell: The ‘Tomato Man’ Alien Body Recovery & the Tex-Mex UFO Corridor

Updated: February 18, 2022 — 9:27 am