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Alleged Roswell 'alien' images uncovered

Posted on Tuesday, 1 October, 2013 | Comment icon 159 comments

A road through the desert near Roswell, New Mexico. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 2.0 Ken Lund
Researchers investigating the Roswell UFO crash have been made aware of two tantalizing new images.
According to reports, two slides have started to circulate depicting an alleged alien entity that was recovered from the UFO crash in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947. There is a rather large snag however - only a select few individuals have seen the images and nobody else has been allowed to look at them.

According to investigator Anthony Bragalia the images exist in the form of two Kodachrome slides that show the subject up-close in full color from two different angles. Researchers who have had the privilege of viewing them are said to have found them somewhat convincing with no apparent sign of photographic manipulation or tampering.

The slides were allegedly discovered in the attic of a now deceased couple, the husband had been a petroleum geologist who had conducted oil expeditions in various locations that included the Roswell area of New Mexico in the 1940s.

Unfortunately without being able to see these pictures there is absolutely no way to corroborate any of these claims and the whole thing sounds far too good to be true. The story has sparked a concerted backlash from skeptics who argue that the claims are either a hoax or a publicity stunt.

We'll be keeping an eye open for further details on this story and will be posting an update when, or if, the images are ever released for public viewing.

Source: UFO Iconoclast(s) | Comments (159)

Tags: Roswell, UFO, Extraterrestrial

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #150 Posted by Sweetpumper on 6 November, 2013, 18:12
Retired CIA Spy Says Roswell UFO Incident Real Ground Report’s Robert Tilford states, “Chase Brandon, a well respected 25-year Central Intelligence Agency veteran, claims the UFO crash at Roswell was real.” Brandon served as a spy and undercover covert operations officer in the CIA’s infamous Clandestine Service for 25 years and claims the CIA has information on the Roswell UFO incident that proves “it’s real” and happened exactly the way it was first reported when the Army announced it had captured a UFO back in 1947. He claims the information is h... [More]
Comment icon #151 Posted by Kludge808 on 6 November, 2013, 18:42
The only place I know for sure it was used (although he wasn't credited for it) was [u]Incident at Roswell[/u]. Other than that, elements of it could probably be anywhere Friedman left a paw print. No worries. I got a giggle out of the idea that the town of Roswell had it's own Army let alone Air Force. Considering some of the folks that head there, they may need them, come to think of it.
Comment icon #152 Posted by scowl on 6 November, 2013, 18:57
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Comment icon #153 Posted by sinewave on 6 November, 2013, 19:00
So a respected CIA agent was snooping in files and told the Huff Post all about it? Pity he could not produce the file but as he is respected and all (except for the snooping part) we can take him at his word. No problem.
Comment icon #154 Posted by scowl on 6 November, 2013, 21:27
That's the catch -- he didn't say anything about it, only that he believes it "was a craft that did not come from this planet". He may have seen photos of the balloon wreckage and come to this false conclusion.
Comment icon #155 Posted by sinewave on 6 November, 2013, 22:42
Those balloons were huge. Way bigger than weather balloons. They pulled a long train of equipment up with them. Seeing that much material might be a little confusing if you did not know what it was.
Comment icon #156 Posted by psyche101 on 6 November, 2013, 23:30
UFOlogist Kevin Randle pokes some rather large holes in his claim as well. So now we have Brandon entering what he said is called Historical Intelligence Collection which is a vaulted area (meaning it is like a bank vault) and that not everyone can get into it. He said he was just wandering around in there, reading the handwritten labels when one caught his eye. According to him, there was but a single word. Roswell. Crapola, I say. Why in the hell would they label this box of significant history with a word that, until recently was the name of a Civil War officer and the name of a coupl... [More]
Comment icon #157 Posted by DONTEATUS on 7 November, 2013, 4:14
Key words there ! Buy Book`s !
Comment icon #158 Posted by mcrom901 on 7 November, 2013, 4:46
Comment icon #159 Posted by sinewave on 8 November, 2013, 2:34
Yep D! When it comes to UFO stories, always follow the money. We learned that from Stanton Friedman.

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