Monday, July 2, 2012
Norma Gardner was a typist with a high level of security clearance at Wright-Patterson A.F.B in 1955.
In 1959, and while on the brink of death, Gardner told her family that her duties at Wright-Patterson included that of typing autopsy reports on bodies retrieved from a crash of a flying saucer that occurred near Roswell, NM, in 1947. Gardner also claimed to have seen two of the bodies and stated that they were between 4 and 5 feet in height, with large heads and large, slanted eyes. Additionally, Gardner claimed she also had to type an inventory of various flying saucer wreckage stored at the base and that she was able to view at least two recovered flying saucers.
When Gardner was asked why she was telling this story now upon her deathbed, Gardner reportedly stated, "Uncle Sam can't do anything to me once I'm in my grave"
Little Gray Men: Roswell And The Rise Of A Popular Culture by Toby Smith
Officialdom and UFOs: the Hidden History