There have been rumors of additional crashes including a controversial report of a South African Mirage jet fighter shooting down a disc over the Kalahari Desert in Botswana on May 7, 1989. There are also reports of a disc crash inChihuahua, Mexico on August 25, 1974 and one in Megas Platanos on September 2, 1990 in central Greece. Few of these reports have been investigated as thoroughly as Roswell, but that does not mean they should be dismissed.
An FBI MEMO from March 22, 1950 alludes to 3 saucers recovered in New Mexico. This memo also states that it was believed that a radar station interferred with the saucers’ control mechanisms causing them to crash. If that is true, then such a discovery would suggest the idea of a weapon that could be used to bring saucers down.
7. In Beaver Oklahoma crash sight (alleged) believed to be the cause or effect of phenomena known as the “Beaver Sands Portal.” A supposed dimensional door way to other worlds first experienced by native Americans of the area, and then white men starting with Coronado’s Expedition who camped near the sand dunes. Green light and eerie sensations on the skin mark this experience, along with a small number of disappearances in to the Portal spread out over the last 4 centuries.
Here is another file of crashed disks researched by The Phoenix Foundation:
Alleged UFO Crashes
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April 17, 1897 – Aurora, Texas
A mysterious airship is said to have crashed in this town, exploding into many small fragments. Reportedly, the occupant was child-size and greenish, and the craft contained papers covered with heiroglyphics. The pilot’s body is supposed to be buried in the local cemetery. Although the case was widely regarded as a hoax, new investigation brought to light a peculiar alloy that was eventually analyzed by the McDonnell Aircraft Company.