Edwin Easley was the Provost Marshall in charge of the Military Police/Security at Roswell during the alleged crash in July, 1947. As such, it is believed by many Roswell investigators that Easley possessed knowledge of the events. Unfortunately, Easley was hush-lipped and according to his friends and family, as well as investigators, claimed he was sworn to secrecy and that he had made a promise to President Truman never to discuss the incident. According to researcher Kevin Randle, Easley did open up and admit that the wreckage did go to Ohio. According to Randle, when Randle asked Easley if the investigators were on the right path, with reference to their belief that the crash was of an extraterrestrial craft, Easley reportedly responded, "Well, let's put it this way. It's not the wrong path." According to Easley's granddaughter, when Easley was shown a copy of the book, UFO Crash At Roswell by Kevin Randle And Donald Schmitt, on his death bed, Easley reportedly responded, "Oh, the creatures...".
Edwin Easley and Roswell
Edwin Easley and the 1947 Roswell Crash
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