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Located at Main and 2nd in Roswell--this Coke machine is famous.



Make a Reservation for a Roswell Room 


Here I am with a new alien friend; Thanksgiving Day in 2007.


The lamposts in downtown Roswell look like alien heads and light up green!   

City of Roswell banners touting that flying saucers make for good tourism. 


The Roswell International UFO museum on Main St. The UFO Museum is open from 10 to 5 daily.  Admission is $5.00 


The International UFO Museum took up residence in an old theater.  There used to be two museums in town, but one closed and now there's only one.  The UFO Museum was planning to build a new research center and museum a few blocks north near the flying saucer McDonald's--however, businesses in downtown persuaded the museum to stay in order to keep business thriving in this neighborhood.


Arby's does not discriminate in Roswell.

The Alien Zone II on Main St. in Roswell.  All the hoopla about crashed flying saucers and dead aliens recovered began in July, 1947 when something crashed near Corona, NM and the U.S. Army announced it had recovered a flying saucer.  A few minutes later, the Army retracted the story.  Roswell has never been the same since. 
The flying saucer McDonald's. 
Another view of the flying saucer McDonald's.  The new UFO Museum is supposed to be built on a dirt lot across the street. 
Downtown Roswell--the culture on Main St is definitely Zeta Reticulan. 
I'm standing at the corner of Main and 2nd with the UFO Museum in the background. 


More shops with alien and flying saucer motif. 

Even the pawn shops and payday loans places are alien-crazy!  Space aliens are good business in Roswell.  Here is Robyn spending her Thanksgiving on a cold afternoon in downtown UFO Central. 
Vernon in front of a shop with alien cut-outs that look like they've been working out! 
Follow the little green foot prints on the sidewalk at Main St. and 2nd. 
Looking down 2nd Street. 
Even the Roswell Walmart is decorated for an alien encounter.  


A flying saucer painted on the Roswell Walmart



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