According to several locals, a UFO passed in front of their house and then smashed a windmill in a nearby field before collapsing. This is known as the UFO Aurora incident.
This occurrence bears uncanny resemblance to the Roswell incident. The residents of this property discovered some extraterrestrial bodies in the crash.
The UFO is alleged to have hit a windmill on the property of a J.S. judge, according to the Dallas Morning News, which was written by Aurora resident S.E. Haydon on April 19, 1897. Proctor two days earlier, about 6 a.m., which resulted in this accident.
According to a Fort Worth Army reporter, the alien that was alleged to be operating this UFO had a “Martian-like” look and did not survive the accident, later being buried with Christian honors at nearby Aurora Cemetery. And the Texas Historical Commission has placed a marker at the cemetery commemorating the occurrence.
On December 2, 2005, UFO Files launched an investigation titled “Texas” Roswell. Their episode featured a 1973 investigation led by Bill Case, a Dallas Times Herald aviation journalist and state director of the Texas Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).
MUFON inspected the Aurora Cemetery and uncovered a bizarre stone, which was, in reality, a headstone depicting an alien vessel; this stone represents the final resting place of what most of the city believes to be an alien creature.
Finally, the MUFON report stated that the evidence was inconclusive, but it did not rule out the likelihood that this bizarre incident occurred on the night of December 31, 1897.
Although the cemetery’s association still does not permit exhumation, a radar that penetrates the ground was employed on the tomb, but the condition deteriorated considerably, and the radar could not clearly confirm what still exists inside.