Roswell Revealed: Inside one of the US’ lesser-known airliner storage facilities

Barry Ambrose heads to the New Mexico desert to explore the Roswell International Air Center

Famed for its alleged 1947 UFO incident, the New Mexico city of Roswell hasn’t looked back since. Whether you, or the city’s own inhabitants believe in its ‘close encounter of the third kind’, it hasn’t stopped them playing along. Museums, gift shops and wall art all centre on the conspiracy theory – even the lampposts are topped with little green men.

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