June Crain was a clerk/typist with top secret clearance who was employed at Wright Patterson from 1942 to 1952.
At 72 years of age and shortly before her death, Crain claimed to have knowledge gathered during the time of her employment. According to Crain, at the time of her employment there had been three extraterrestrial vehicles that had crashed and were recovered by the U.S. military. The Roswell Incident was one of the three crashes. Crain claims that extraterrestrial bodies from the Roswell crash were kept at Wright-Patterson. Crain did not see the bodies herself, but was made aware of them through her work on classified documents dealing with the retrieval of extraterrestrial wreckage as well as by conversations with co-workers.
Crain also claims she was handed a piece of the Roswell wreckage by a superior. The piece displayed the same unusual properties described by most witnesses.
According to Crain, her superiors became worried about employees discussing this information and clamped down by making everyone sign a confidentiality agreement and forbidding the future discussion of the subject.
June Crain passed away in 1998, about a year after revealing this information.
Roswell Witness June Crain Interview