July 5, 1947. A day seemingly like any other in the sleepy, desert town of Roswell, New Mexico: Mary Penning, nurse at the Roswell Army Air Field hospital, is going about her usual routine. In search of supplies, she opens the mortuary door and stumbles onto a scene that shakes her to the core: bending over the anatomy table are two strange doctors and a nurse. They are examining the body of a humanlike creature. It is small, its arms too spindly, and its head disproportionately big. At the other side of the room, two black-suited men watch over a large box covered with a white cloth.
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