- JP Robinson
The Kingman UFO Crash
For a comprehensive overview of the UFO/ET reality read The Alien Enigma by J.P. Robinson.
In 1953, on the 21st of May, a UFO apparently crashed approximately 8.1 miles NW of Kingman AFB (now Kingman airport) in Mohave County, Arizona. In an article published on April 23rd of the same year in the Farmington Massachusetts edition of the Middlesex News, the first official reference to the Kingman UFO crash was put into print.
UFO author and researcher Raymond Fowler, who claimed to have been a member of the official USAF investigation team in '73, interviewed Fritz Werner (actual name Arthur Stanzel) who signed an affidavit stating that he was an eyewitness to the Kingman UFO recovery operation: “I Fritz Werner, do solemnly swear that during a special assignment with the U.S. Air Force on May 21, 1953, I assisted in the investigation of a crashed unknown object in the vicinity of Kingman Arizona”.
The craft has been described as measuring approximately 30 feet in diameter and having a brushed aluminium exterior finish (see image above: credit Michael Schratt). Additional reports which were included in “Majic Eyes Only” written by Ryan S. Wood, suggest that the craft was embedded 20” into the desert sand upon impact, and it is also believed that inside the craft were two swivel seats along with instruments and display panels, whilst a single hatch on the craft measuring 5 ft. high and 3 ft. wide was reportedly found to be open.
A letter in the Wendelle Stevens collection written by investigator Timothy Cooper to UFO researcher William Steinman, dated December 18th 1990, mentions a military blockade along highway 40, possibly during the year of 1953, with another eyewitness stating that even the “desert roads were sealed off”.
Detailed accounts from Wendelle Stevens indicate that the disc that crashed near Kingman was later transported to Area 51 via a U.S. Army M25 40 ton tank transporter, and due to the oversized load of the disc on the trailer of the tank transporter, telephone poles had to be removed when the main road intersected with some of the dirt roads.
In 1994, American microbiologist Dr. Dan Burisch began operating as a Working Group Leader on Project Aquarius at R-4800, Sector 4 on the Nevada test site. Here he was responsible for leading a group of scientists in the investigation of the neuropathy of an EBE (extraterrestrial biological entity) which was been housed at the S4 facility under Papoose Mountain which is 12 miles south of Area 51’s Groom Lake site. This individual which could commonly be referred to as a ‘Grey’ became known using the term J-ROD and claimed to originate from about 52,000 years into the future on a separate timeline (timeline 2) from that of ours (timeline 1). He became classified as a P52 (present + 52,000 years) and would later reveal that his name was Chi’el’ah.
He claims to have travelled back in time to try and find some assistance to treat his people’s illness and also to help change our future for the better by sharing some of his knowledge with us. He explained that he had been travelling with an entity known as EBE-3 and his assistant whom had come to Earth from a planet that was orbiting Zeta Reticuli 2. They were both P45s, a J-ROD group originating from approximately 45,000 years ahead of the present. He had been helping the group with abduction sampling in a craft that took Burisch as a young boy back in 1973 before the ET then travelled back to 1953 on another mission with the P45s which ultimately ended in disaster as their craft crashed near the city of Kingman.
Two of the three J-RODs survived the crash, one was taken to Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and worked with Bill Uhouse on flight simulator equipment whilst the other J-ROD (Chi’el’ah) was recovered and taken to Groom Lake to assist in a scientific exchange program that had allegedly been established in New Mexico in 1964 as part of Project Sigma.
It is no coincidence then that in 1953, Project Gleem was initiated by order of President Eisenhower under control of National Security Council and the secrective group Majestic 12 , as it was believed the UFOs presented a threat to the national security of the United States. Gleem was renamed Project Aquarius in 1966, and it is this secret project which Burisch would later become heavily involved in during the mid 1990s. For more detailed information regarding the Burisch saga read The Alien Enigma.