Originally Posted by Carol Nistri
Maybe at the time she was given that material that material was taken seriously,maybe it was seen as odd but nothing more.
I'm going through a support link in my Reply # 37 , Carol, and June Crain's interview includes her security clearance, which was initially a top secret clearance, changed later into a higher 'Q' clearance which tallies with what we nowadays call Above Top Secret.
Meaning that if she spoke the truth, she was cleared to see the debris.
The linked interview states that she presented documents of her employment that withstood comparison with contemporary docs at the National Archives: it appears Mrs. Crain at least worked where she says she worked.
During her work times at Wright Patterson, there were, to her memory, at least 3 crashes (like Roswell). One occasion involved the recovered corpses of two greenish-blue men. And as OP includes, she handled the famous 'tinfoil' lnked to crashed alien craft.
Other interesting points made in the interview is that the aliens, or more accurately: public knowledge of these beings, would constitute a threat to the Christian religion and the shape/form of human government. June Crain's had the opportunity to listen in to collegues, military and engineers, and in particular an UFO-thinktank, who feared social upheaval over alien life.
Predictably her position is that the US government possesses certain knowledge of aliens, and holds recovered flying saucers and alien physical remains. Naturally she insists that the denial of the Roswell incident, plus the aliens themselves, as well as the balloon story/crash dummies constitute a deception of Americans. The hidden truth, she says, is that while publicly denying aliens, intensive research was done into the saucers, alien visitors, by both American and secretly imported German scientists.
All of the above was completed around 1997, in sudden anger over the perceived official denial & hypocrisy regarding the Roswell crash, as she was about to lose her battle with cancer at the age of 72, making her final words akin to a dying declaration. June Crain has confirmed her interview by affidavit.