Continuing southwest 164 miles takes us nigh into Roswell, New Mexico. Does that name sound familiar to you? Many people know Roswell for the “incident.” In 1947, there was a report that an airborne whatsis crashed on a ranch somewhere outside of Roswell, New Mexico. Since then there has been a heck of a controversy about what that whatsis was. The United States Armed Forces maintains they recovered debris from an experimental high altitude surveillance balloon, and there is no more mystery to it than that. On the other hand, some non-USAF people are thoroughly convinced that this UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) was an alien spacecraft containing lifeforms. Not just lifeforms, but humanoid beings. They claim the military captured the creatures, conducted some hands-on research on them and covered up the incident. Of all the tens of thousands of reported UFO occurrences, this one has become the most famous, the flagship incident so to speak, and as a result, the city of Roswell — heck, the very name Roswell — and the alleged alien ship disaster, became synonymous.