One of America's most famous UFO cases — if not, the most famous — has been thrust back into the spotlight, decades after the Air Force claimed to have solved it.

The Roswell incident of 1947 captured imaginations worldwide when the US Army Air Force issued a press release stating that it had recovered debris from a 'flying disc.'

But less than 24 hours later, military officials reversed course, announcing that the debris had only come from a crashed weather balloon, sparking America's fascination with UFOs and allegations of a government cover-up ever since. 

Last month, Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick, the Pentagon's departing UFO chief, teased his office's own conclusion: The Air Force's 1994 report was correct. Roswell's 'flying saucer' crash had just been debris from a top secret 'Project Mogul' spy balloon. 

But independent experts, including former NASA scientists, tell that official documents, created by the very scientists who ran Project Mogul themselves, flatly contradict the government's theory.

Not to mention the testimony of scores of other eyewitnesses.

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