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ROSWELLAlien InterviewBased On Personal Notes and Interview Transcriptions Provided by :Matilda O'Donnell MacElroyEditings by:Lawrence R. Spencer(Author of "The Oz Factors")Alien InterviewCopyright 2008 by Lawrence R. Spencer.ISBN: 978-0-6152-0460-4Matilda O'Donnell MacElroy -Biographical Information by Lawrence Spencer:Since I have never met Mrs. MacElroy in person, and spoke with her over the phone only oncefor about 20 minutes, I can not vouch personally for her as a credible source of information. Infact, I cannot factually substantiate that such a person actually existed, accept that I did speakwith her on the phone and I received hand-written material in the mail which was sent from aphysical address in Ireland.When I spoke to her on the phone in 1998, I was living in Florida. At the time of our brief phoneinterview, Mrs. MacElroy lived on Scotty Pride Drive in Glasgow, Montana. I know this becauseI mailed a copy of my book,The Oz Factors, to her as a gift after it was published in 1999. I amsure she received the book, because she refers to it by name in the letter I received from Ireland,and says that she read it.I did a little research on the internet about Glasgow, Montana for my own interest. Glasgow wasfounded in 1887 as a Railroad Town that became popular during the 1930s because PresidentFDR requested that Fort Peck Dam be constructed there which became a huge source ofemployment for the Glasgow area. In the 1960s the population flourished up to 12,000 becauseof Glasgow Air Force Base (SAC), which was used during the Vietnam conflict and the earlierpart of the 'Cold War'. The base was deactivated and closed in 1969.When I talked to Mrs. MacElroy on the phone she mentioned that she had been relocated thereby the U.S. Air Force after her service was completed, and that's where she met her husband,who was an engineer. I don't think she mentioned his first name. However, he worked onbuilding the Fort Peck Dam, which created the massive Fort Peck Lake. Although the dam wasfinished in 1940, he was a great fisherman and outdoorsman, so he stayed in the area. I gatheredthat the Irish heritage of the place had something to do with it, but didn't pursue that point withher. I haven't been able to find any record of a "MacElroy" who worked at the dam, but thepersonnel records from that period are virtually non-existent as far as I can determine.I contacted her during my research for“The Oz Factors”book because I was led to believe,through a very circuitous line of investigation, that this women was suspected of having beeninvolved with alien contact at Area 51, or the Roswell crash site, or something similar.
Through a sequence of circumstantial inferences and accidental referrals, I actually found hernumber in the phone book and called her up just on the chance that there might really be such aperson.

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