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UFO expert Tom Carey was sent images of ‘insect-like’ aliens from 1947, photographed after autopsy inside the secretive facility – by a woman thought to be involved in one of America’s intellligence agencies.
Carey describes his discovery as ‘the smoking gun’.
Carey has contacted official Kodak historians to certify the authenticity of the film stock – and to ensure the date is accurate. He aims to reveal his findings in full early next year.
The content of the images is explosive – showing clear images of aliens under autopsy, something the US has always denied.
One of the most enduring mysteries of the past few decades could be about to be solved, as a researcher claims to have uncovered a clear photograph of an alien from Area 51 – on film which maker Kodak has dated as authentically being from 1947, the date of the supposed crash.
Roswell researcher and author Tom Carey told the crowd at American University yesterday that he has the “smoking gun” to prove once and for all aliens are real. According to an article by WTOP in Washington, Carey claims to have a picture of an alien, but did not have the picture with him.
Carey has been researching the alleged crash a flying saucer in Roswell, NM since 1991. He is a co-author and researcher of a couple of books on the topic with his research partner Don Schmitt.
Leslie Kean was quick to distance herself from the alien pictures. On Facebook she wrote: “I had nothing to do with the Roswell part. Just want to make that clear.”
originally posted by: Shana91aus
So Kodak has already said they are indeed from 1947, that sounds kind of promising, but why would he release this info and make us wait, if it is that ground breaking then why not just get it out there? if the photos are real and he knows that they are authentic then that info alone and the photo's will speak for itself.
One of the most enduring mysteries of the past few decades could be about to be solved, as a researcher claims
We think she was involved in intelligence in World War II, and her husband was a field geologist for an oil company,’ claims Carey.
originally posted by: LABTECH767
a reply to: longy9999
Actually this is somehow familiar to me, wonder what abductees who recall there experiance make of it.
originally posted by: kloejen
a reply to: longy9999
Maybe this is the video clip, which has proven a hoax.
EDIT: Seems you found the right video..