It does seem to make her story hard to believe. It is interesting that Anthony Bragalia fails to mention the photos on his webpage about the story. Did he not read Stringfield’s account or did he omit the photos in order to sanitize the story of too much “strangeness”? (Bragalia mentions photographers on his webpage but nothing about Wright being given any photos herself).
Bragalia also fails to do the most basic attempts to verify the story, and ignores all of the many red flags. Not only that, he presents all of the information as fact: Wright's claim is a "confession", she is described as Einstein's assistant, she held two PhDs, etc. The only verification he attempts is to find that there is no indisputable proof that Einstein was not
at Roswell in July 1947.
Since the main focus of his website is trying to present the Project Mogul balloon train debris found near Roswell in June 1947 as a crashed flying saucer made of "memory metal", with alien pilots, perhaps he does not see a reason to question claims supportive of that conclusion. For instance, in February 2021 he claimed the US government, via a response to one of his FOIA requests, confirmed that it possesses UFO debris, and relates it to the Roswell "memory metal" idea. In this difficult episode of his podcast
, John Greenewald tried to explain to Bragalia why his interpretation of the FOIA response was inaccurate, and was met with great resistance. In other words, ufoexplorations.com is not a very reliable source.