Stories? Conspiracy? Scenario?
The “Roswell Incident” is up and down, known to almost everyone, or almost everyone!
It basically refers to the fall of a weather balloon on a ranch near Roswell, New Mexico.
As it is obvious, supporters of UFOs (Unidentified Flying Objects) believe the wreckage belongs to an alien ship.
In fact, there are many who assume that several of the new technologies came from the findings of the spaceship.
What is unknown, however, is that the aliens brought with them the music of their own culture.
As expected, this never proved to be the case, as there was no acknowledgment from either the military or the US government.
The reason is very simple, among the staff, there was a mouse, commonly… a thief.
After his death and through hidden sources of the space program, we finally learned that a small object was missing.
According to the sources, the object was having the size of 3 matchboxes and was missing from a base, next to the seat of the pilot of the alien ship.
However, they had no idea what this object was.
After decades of research, his name was revealed.
It was the later founder of Sun Records, Samuel Cornelius Phillips, who served his term at that time.
No one knows what the strange box contained, as it never reached official hands. Most cases converge on the fact that it contained music files (something like the I pod).
The “mouse” Sam Phillips managed to decode a few files. The melody that existed was similar to Rock N Roll and was the reason that pushed him to create the record company.
Despite his efforts for many years, he never managed to read the rest of the files.
A few years before his death in 2003, this box was stolen.
Rumors have it that some people managed to open the files and as a result were copied by some musicians.
These musicians, although never revealing their identities, were responsible for creating new types of music, mainly sub-genres of Metal.
Others say that a guild of musicians simply copies the songs, adding English lyrics and placing them as their own, often with considerable success.