Frankie Rowe is one of the few surviving witnesses of the Roswell Crash who claims to have held actual wreckage. Rowe was 12 years-old at the time of the incident.
Rowe's father, Dan Dwyer, was a Roswell Fireman. According to Rowe, Dwyer went out to investigate what he assumed was a crashed airplane only to discover it to be not from this world. Dwyer claims to have seen a child-size being with large dark eyes, brown skin, and no hair stumbling around the scene. Later a piece of the wreckage that displayed strange properties would be shown to Rowe. Rowe claims the piece could be crumbled up and that it would return immediately to it's proper shape. Rowe claims the next day that military men came to the house and threatened them with the implication that they would be killed if they ever talked of what they had experienced. Rowe's story was verified by her sister, Helen Cahill. Cahill did not live with her family at the time but recalls that her parents told her the story of what had happened.
Controversy: Frankie Rowe has been the target of a smear campaign involving both debunkers and believers in the Roswell Crash as being extraterrestrial. Unfortunately several lies have been told, such as that Frankie's father wasn't truly a fireman. Such lies can easily be proven wrong with research.
One of the researchers who initially rejected Rowe's story was researcher Karl Pflock who had interviewed three former firemen who all claimed that they never made runs outside of city limits as well as that they never responded to any crash on the day in question. Investigator Kevin Randle has rescued Rowe's reputation by producing documentation revealing that the firemen did indeed make runs outside of city limits as well as testimony from another fireman who claimed that Dan Dwyer took his own personal vehicle to the crash scene. As it stands today, Frankie Rowe's story has not been discredited.
Frankie Rowe And The Roswell Crash
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