“Leaked Audio Recordings Suggest Albert Einstein Investigated the Roswell UFO Inciden”

Albert Einstein was a German-American physicist and probably the most brilliant mind of the twentieth century.

He became famous for his theory of relativity, a pillar of modern physics that describes the dynamics of light and extremely massive entities, as well as for his work in quantum mechanics, which focuses on the subatomic realm.

But what a lot of people don’t know is that he gave his opinion on extraterrestrial life.

There are many reasons to believe that Mars and other planets are inhabited,”

Einstein said in an interview with the British newspaper London Daily Mail in 1920.

Why should Earth be the only planet that supports human life? It is not unique in any other respect. But if intelligent creatures exist, as we may presume they exist elsewhere in the universe, they should not be expected to attempt to communicate with Earth by radio.”

Throughout his life, Einstein did not immerse himself in intelligent life on other planets, but there are those who believe that he knew more than he said…

And it seems to be the case, as in a recently unearthed recording of an interview conducted nearly 30 years ago, a former assistant to Albert Einstein claimed that the famous scientist personally examined the remains of the Roswell crash, including the alien occupants of the crashed spacecraft.

Einstein’s Aliens

Renowned UFO researcher Anthony Bragalia discovered a shocking revelation when he tracked down ufologist Sheila Franklin, who interviewed Dr. Shirley Wright in 1993 about her time working with Einstein in the summer of 1947.

Shirley Wright had two PhDs – one in Chemistry and one in Physical Sciences. She led a good and productive life.

Fortunately, Franklin still had the tapes of his conversation with the former assistant and what she told the ufologist was nothing short of astonishing.

A new article posted by Bragalia on the UFO Explorations blog talks about Wright’s first contact with Einstein and what happened next through an audio interview with MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) researcher Sheila Franklin in 1993.

According to Bragalia’s article, UFO investigator Leonard Stringfield assigned Franklin to meet and meet with “Edith Simpson,” the pseudonym Stringfield gave Wright in an investigative article to protect his identity.

Franklin not only met Wright, but persuaded her to do a taped interview

Unfortunately, Franklin couldn’t find the second half of the interview…

In the interview with Franklin, Wright explains that she was at a military conference with Einstein in Chicago when they were taken to a military base, more specifically to a hangar in Roswell, New Mexico, and what was inside left them speechless.

It was shaped like a disk, a kind of concave,”

Dr. Wright explained.

Its size reached a quarter of the hangar. The body of the ship was what I would call a pretty reflective material today, but when you got close to it, it was very annoying.”

Einstein’s assistant was convinced it was an alien spaceship…

And then they saw what they had supposedly extracted from within:

Five corpses 1.5 meters tall, dressed in tight suits that she said had no belly button or genitalia. They were then taken to another building where Dr. Wright claimed to have seen a being that was still alive, apparently screaming in pain.

According to the article, she told Franklin that she later learned that the creature had survived.

They just told me to keep my mouth shut,”

explained Einstein’s assistant.

Autopsy of an extraterrestrial found in the city of Roswell, in the United States, in 1947.

Dr. Wright said that Einstein had written a report on what they saw, but that she was not authorized to see it and was simply ordered to keep it secret.

Franklin told Anthony Bragalia that he tried to verify the information, but it was not possible.

Anthony Bragalia does not mention why Franklin chose to share this story with him, it simply says that he provided him with a series of documents titled

Status Report: Stringfield UFO Recoveries”,

where he referred to Wright as Edith Simpson and also provided his interview notes, later memoirs, and recordings.

Wright said that “the body of the ship was what I would call today a fairly reflective material, but when you get close to it, it’s quite opaque.” She added, “They were very curious about what the materials were.”

Undoubtedly, this startling revelation leaves us with more questions and answers:

If a government has aliens in its possession, who better to study them than the greatest scientific mind of all time?

However, based on the interview, it doesn’t appear that Einstein spent much time analyzing them.

And why would Einstein take a student assistant to the hangar?

Sadly, Einstein and Wright are no longer with us, and even if they were, they wouldn’t talk about it.

However, Anthony Bragalia comments on Einstein’s interview in 1920, expressing his belief in the existence of other intelligent life forms.

For the ufologist, it is irrefutable proof that the most brilliant mind in our history was there and swore to take the secret to the grave.