A funeral home employee claims that after the 1947 Roswell UFO incident, he was approached by senior US military officials who demanded “child-sized coffins”.
Many researchers believe that in 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico, an alien craft crash-landed in the desert.
That same day, Glenn Dennis received a call from nearby Walker Airport. During the conversation, he is asked about caskets, as well as some advice on how to store dead bodies.
Glenn, now deceased, tells all this to former military policeman James Clarkson, whom he meets during a festival in Roswell commemorating the 75th anniversary of the crash.
James Clarkson recounts:
“A long time ago, as a young man, Glenn worked at the Ballard Funeral Home here in Roswell. In 1947 he got a call from Walker Airport and asked, “How many child-sized caskets do you have in stock?”
He answered them, “I have only one.” They: “How soon can you get more?” and he told them: “It will take a few days.”. On the other side, he was told that it was not fast enough.
They called him again and wanted to know how to keep a body intact but without treating it with chemicals.
He was asked, “What would you use?” He told them, “Dry ice, I’d pack it with all the dry ice I can find.”
Glenn told me the whole story and after about 30-40 minutes any doubts I had about the reality of Roswell disappeared. This man was a serious, classic gentleman and he didn’t lie.
You just know when someone is telling you the truth. I have a certain intuition about when people give their heart, when they tell you what they really believe.’