Roswell UFO Memo: $10,000 Reward Offered To Decipher 'Ramey Memo' Believed To Be ‘Smoking Gun’ Evidence

JohnThomas Didymus

A UFO researcher, Kevin Randle, has announced an offer of a "$10,000 reward for the first person or group/lab that can" decipher the text of a memo held in the hands of a top U.S. military officer in a photo in which the officer was shown examining debris allegedly freshly recovered from the 1947 Roswell UFO crash site.

Military authorities promptly dispatched Jesse Marcel, an intelligence officer, to recover the debris and transport it to Fort Worth Army Air Field, later known as the Carswell Air Force Base, but currently the site of the Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base (NAS Fort Worth JRB).

The photo that shows Ramey examining the material on the floor with a memo held in his hand was distributed to the media as evidence.

But, years after the incident, in the 1980s, Marcel came forward and admitted that although the debris shown in the photo was a weather balloon, it was not the original material he recovered from the crash site at Roswell, New Mexico.

Colonel Dubois also later admitted that the photograph showing the weather balloon debris was part of the effort by the authorities to cover up information about the object that actually crashed at Roswell (see YouTube below).

A subsequent inquiry, commissioned by Rep. Steven H. Schiff (R-NM1, 1989-1998) in 1993, forced the military authorities to admit that the weather balloon story was a cover-up. However, the authorities continued to deny that an extraterrestrial spacecraft crashed at Roswell.

The military claimed that the debris recovered from the crash site was really a device being developed at the time under a top secret dubbed Project Mogul. The alleged purpose of the project was to send a balloon equipped with devices to detect Soviet nuclear tests.

UFO researchers who had always doubted the weather balloon story believe that deciphering the memo in Ramey's hand could reveal the truth about what government officials were trying to hide.

According to researchers, the memo could be the key to the decades-old Roswell UFO mystery.

Researchers have worked for decades to decipher the memo using available technology that zooms in on the photo and enhances the image to show the text of the memo (see video below).

But, his rendering of the text is controversial and not all researchers agree with it.

However, UFO researchers who agree with Rudiak's interpretation of the memo claim they already have proof that a disc crashed at Roswell and that alien corpses were recovered from the site.

Oddly, the U.S. Air Force claimed in a report to have sent the photo "to a national-level organization for digitizing and subsequent photo interpretation and analysis," according to Open Minds-TV.

But, the organization's report issued on July 20, 1994, said that "even after digitizing, the photos were of insufficient quality to visualize either of the details sought for analysis."

UFO researchers believe that the military authorities were being devious, and that their refusal to admit they knew what was written on the memo proved that they had a dark secret to keep about Roswell.

He claimed that the reward money was provided by a "trusted colleague," who is also interested in "Roswell and UFOs and who has the money."

"He is offering a $10,000 reward for the first person or group/lab that can provide a definite read of the Ramey memo," the statement said.

According to Randle, anyone who would claim the reward would have to meet a number of criteria, "including full reproducibility of the result -- with methodology of the individual/lab completely explained and transparent so that anyone knowledgeable can replicate in much the same way that the placard on the Not Roswell Slides was revealed."

"There must be overwhelming agreement that the result is definitive with most of the text clear enough that there is little or no disagreement on what it says across a broad spectrum of people of all opinions whether true believer or complete skeptic," the statement added.

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