Robert G. Vinson was an Air Force Sgt. working in Colorado Springs, CO in 1963. He had gone to Washington, DC in the days before the JFK assassination to formally protest being passed over for promotion. On the morning of the JFK assassination, Vinson had settled his promotion troubles and hopped a flight back to Colorado from Andrews Air Force Base in MD before being swept up into history.
In Flight from Dallas, Vinson described being on an unmarked C-54 cargo plane with 2 pilots he did not speak with on his homeward flight. At 12:30PM, one of the pilots announced that JFK had been shot, and the plane suddenly made a 90 degree southward turn towards Dallas. The aircraft eventually landed on a road construction site on the Trinity River floodplain and picked up 2 mysterious passengers who were hiding near a tool shed near the landing site. Vinson described the first passenger as a tall, dark complexioned man who looked Cuban or Latino. This individual meets the description of the CIA’s David Sanchez Morales. More interestingly, however, the 2nd passenger struck the Sgt. as a spitting image of Lee Harvey Oswald!
Vinson further recalled that the 2 men were dressed as construction workers wearing coveralls and that they came aboard the plane and sat up front behind the cockpit without exchanging any words to anyone. This strange flight would go on to land in Roswell, NM, where Vinson’s fellow passengers rapidly departed the plane and scattered upon arrival. The Sergeant would have to hitch a bus ride from NM to CO to finish his trip home the next morning. From here, Vinson tells of being harassed and ultimately recruited by the CIA to work on several lucrative CIA spy plane projects based out of Roswell in an attempt to bribe/co-opt him and keep him silent about the things he saw that fateful day.
The aforementioned Oswald lookalike was likely accomplished Oswald impostor, Billy Seymour. He and David Sanchez Morales both lived in Arizona at the time, adding logistical plausibility.
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