June Crain

Clerk Stenographer
Source: Medium

Claimed she saw famous "memory metal" that could not be dented, scratched or damaged.

June Crain was civilian employee for the U.S. Army Air Corps at Wright Field between 1942–1952, where the Roswell crash debris was brought for examination in 1947. According to her account, she saw debris with strange markings and what appeared to be a small, non-human body at the base hospital. Her husband reportedly warned her not to talk about what she saw. Crain's testimony has been cited as evidence by some UFO researchers and enthusiasts, although it has also been criticized for its inconsistencies and lack of corroboration. Crain passed away in 2002.

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