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Researcher claims discovery of alien photos

November 17, 2014 | Comment icon 166 comments



The photographed entity was allegedly recovered from Roswell in 1947. Image Credit: CC 2.0 Wolfgang Staudt
UFO investigator Tom Carey claims to have come in to possession of pictures of an alien entity from 1947.
The infamous alien autopsy footage that appeared during the 1990s was thought by many at the time to represent conclusive evidence that not only had we been visited by entities from another world but that the US government was aware of them.

The footage inevitably turned out to be a hoax, but now more than 20 years on UFO researcher Tom Carey claims to have obtained a reel of photographs that he believes are the real deal.

Describing the images as a 'smoking gun', Carey took the photographic film to be verified by an expert at Kodak and maintains that the pictures are genuine.
"We took it to the official historian of Kodak up in Rochester, New York, and he did his due diligence on it, and he said yes, this filmstrip, the slides are from 1947," he said.

"It’s original 1947 images, and it shows an alien who’s been partially dissected lying in a case."

Carey's claim has been met with an understandably significant degree of skepticism and so far none of the actual images have been released for independent verification.

Source: Metro | Comments (166)



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Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #157 Posted by toast 7 years ago
Why Mexico City? Is UFO culture bigger there, so they can sell more tickets? Why not Santa Fe, or Albuquerque? Maybe its cheaper to rent such a big building there so the gross profit is much better. And the presentation is under the name of Jaime Maussan, a Mexican UFO journalist: http://www.ticketmaster.com.mx/jaime-maussan-presenta-be-witness-mexico-distrito-federal-05-05-2015/event/14004E3E805C2D2B?artistid=1424985&majorcatid=10005&minorcatid=105&tm_link=search_msg-0_14004E3E805C2D2B . Entry fee for the event is 360 to 1560 USD, well, thats fat!
Comment icon #158 Posted by Merc14 7 years ago
Maybe its cheaper to rent such a big building there so the gross profit is much better. And the presentation is under the name of Jaime Maussan, a Mexican UFO journalist: http://www.ticketmas...4004E3E805C2D2B . Entry fee for the event is 360 to 1560 USD, well, thats fat! and people complain when we call this activity a fraud.
Comment icon #159 Posted by JesseCuster 7 years ago
Entry fee for the event is 360 to 1560 USD, well, thats fat! What odds that scans of the slide will never be made public, apart from whatever's in the documentary and some crummy low-res versions. Anyone who wishes to view the original will need to make an appointment, pay a big fat fee, visit to view the slide in a private viewing, agree not to use any recording devices when viewing the slide, will be closely supervised to enforce that rule, etc.
Comment icon #160 Posted by seeder 7 years ago
Jaime maussan.... deals with the crap end of the ufology stick, heres him promoting the vid of an alien grabbing a boy First the clip ETA: better quality exists on YT but I cant be bothered to find it...sorry Now Jaime hyping it up :td:
Comment icon #161 Posted by DONTEATUS 7 years ago
Well ,I guess theres one born every day on this planet ? You know the types. People that will pay $360.00 to $ 2560.00 for a seat next to another Idiot !
Comment icon #162 Posted by toast 7 years ago
What odds that scans of the slide will never be made public, apart from whatever's in the documentary and some crummy low-res versions. Anyone who wishes to view the original will need to make an appointment, pay a big fat fee, visit to view the slide in a private viewing, agree not to use any recording devices when viewing the slide, will be closely supervised to enforce that rule, etc. I think the slides and the full story (to be published) around it is strategic planned as a kind of Roswell 2.0 where not the initial claim is in focus but the slides itself. The initial Roswell claim seems to... [More]
Comment icon #163 Posted by DONTEATUS 7 years ago
It`s all about dat Base ! I meant MONEY ! $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
Comment icon #164 Posted by seeder 7 years ago
Is This Mummy the Famous "Alien" in the Roswell Slides?Both bodies lack abdomen, have the severed head and limbs are thin ... Curiously, the "alien" corpse has remarkable similarities to a mummy discovered in the city of Thebes (Egypt) in 1856, and was transferred to the Wistar (Philadelphia) museum in 1860 and subsequently forwarded to the Smithsonian (Washington, DC) in 1956, where remains today. http://www.blueblurrylines.com/2015/03/is-this-mummy-famous-alien-in-roswell.html
Comment icon #165 Posted by Quaentum 7 years ago
ladies and gents: we have a date AAAAND a funny lil' trailer for the upcoming event! Of course if the silde they show is any indication, it was made years after the Roswell (supposed) incident. Slide comparison here http://www.zoggavia.com/Kodachrome_Slide_Film.html
Comment icon #166 Posted by Holographic60 7 years ago
While of interest, the downside of these things involves the revenue brought in by this event, and regarding the day we are in, how things can be photo shopped. I've seen some incredible video footage also, but again, today, there is no way you can really discern that they are not created special effects.


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