Unsealed: Alien Files – The Laredo Incident episode 26: In 1948, a fireball crashes near Laredo, Texas.They say it was an experimental aircraft.But many experts believe it was a UFO.
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Unsealed: Alien Files – The Laredo Incident episode 26
The Laredo, Texas UFO crash is a case in which at least two U.S. military aircraft allegedly chased a 90-foot-diameter (27 m) silver disc-shaped Wikipedia:Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) across Texas before watching the object crash approximately 30 miles (48 km) south-southwest of Wikipedia:Laredo, Texas on July 7, 1948. U.S. servicemen were reportedly dispatched from a nearby military base to cordon off the UFO crash site until a special U.S. retrieval team arrived to examine the wreckage and carry it away to a military base in Wikipedia:San Antonio, Texas. Supposedly, the badly burned body of a non-human entity was recovered from the crash site.
Wikipedia:Texas Monthly magazine recently included the Laredo UFO Crash on a list of the eight most significant UFO cases in Texas history. This case is said to have occurred almost exactly one year after the more famous Wikipedia:Roswell UFO Incident. Rumors about this case first began circulating in the 1950s, although details were not widely known until 1977. This case shares similarities with the Wikipedia:Del Rio, Texas UFO Crash of 1955 and the Wikipedia:Coyame UFO Incident of 1974, both of which reportedly also occurred along the Texas-Mexico border.