Saturday, March 14, 2015

Karl Pflock - Debunking the Roswell Myth

The late Karl Pflock, author of the book Roswell: Inconvenient Facts and the Will to Believe, deconstructs the Roswell case in this interview I conducted with him in September, 2001, and explains how and why the crash of a relatively simple (albeit top secret) military project in 1947 got turned into one of the great myths of the 20th century.

Karl did more legitimate and useful research into Roswell than any other Roswell researcher. Despite being a proponent for the extraterrestrial hypothesis (he thought the Hill case was a real abduction, for example), he tackled Roswell with rigorous objectivity. For any fair-minded person, his book stands as the sine qua non of the Roswell case. 

Paul Kimball

1 comment:

Kent said...

This is one the best interviews regarding roswell that has been made.I wonder what Karl would say about the slides, i can only guess, probably laugh at the mess. He seemed to be a great guy, with fine sense of humor as well.