The Trinity Test Site in New Mexico was the location of the world's first nuclear explosion in July 1945. The test, code-named "Trinity," involved detonating a plutonium implosion device on a 100-foot tower. The explosion released 18.6 kilotons of power, instantly vaporizing the tower and turning the surrounding area into green glass. The Pentagon reportedly tried to keep the test quiet, but in recent years, information about it has become more widely known.
There are also reports of a separate incident involving an alleged UFO crash near the Trinity test site in 1945. On August 16, 1945, just a month after the Trinity nuclear test two boys, Jose Padilla and Reme Baca, heard a crash. They reportedly saw an avocado-shaped craft, inside of which were two mantis-like occupants, one of whom was in pain. The object reportedly struck a communications tower during its descent, and the two boys witnessed the US Army trying to remove it.
A third witness, bomber pilot Lt. Col William Brothy, was coming in for a landing at the nearby Alamogordo air base when air traffic controllers asked him to investigate the sudden loss of signal from a communications tower. Brothy’s report describes the damage to the tower, as well as the egg-shaped object and the two boys huddled around it
There have been reports of UFO sightings near nuclear sites and facilities throughout history, There does seem to be some sort of intersection between UFOs and humans nuclear technology. There were incidents that nuclear missiles shutting down unexpectedly at the same time UFOs appear above an Air Force base.
In the next video, former UK Ministry of Defense official Nick Pope discusses a bill that would require the Department of Defense to review historical documents related to the alleged UFO sighting near the Trinity test site in 1945 on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'