ROSWELL UFO: 'Alien grey photo smuggled out by serviceman' after 1947 flying saucer crash

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This is taken verbatim from a report to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), based in the US, the world’s biggest organisation dedicated to the research of UFOs and alien encounters. 

The report, from an unnamed person, continued: “It looks real. It looks like the grey being in the autopsy video.

“I would like someone to look at this picture. If you are interested, contact me. Thank you.”

It is not known if MUFON ever contacted the person, or what became of the case.

Presumably, if a real picture had surfaced we would know about it, as it would be touted by conspiracy theorists as final proof.

One point also worth noting is that the autopsy video they referenced has been exposed as a hoax.

So, is Roswell, New Mexico, really a mecca for unexplained UFO and alien sightings?

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The US town, which boasts an annual UFO festival thanks to its strong connection to the UFO community, is famed for being the scene of an alleged flying saucer crash in July 1947.

The Roswell case has been at the heart of the UFO scene since July 1947 when the military sensationally announced in a press release it had found the remains of a crashed flying saucer in the desert nearby.

But the following day it retracted the statement, saying it was in fact a damaged US Air Force air balloon.

Witnesses later came forward to say there had been alien bodies within the “crashed craft”, which along with the wreckage were then taken to the mysterious top-secret Area 51 military base in Nevada.

So what has gone on there ever since?

MUFON keeps a global database of reported UFO sightings from across the globe, as individuals anywhere in the world are able to report them online.

There have been 42 cases in Roswell, including the alleged photograph of an alien, reported to MUFON since it began registering them online in 2002.

Some date back to 1947 – the year of the alleged crash – itself.

There are then sightings in every decade since then up to now, but the majority (31) have happened since 2000.

The report about the alien photograph was made on January 13, 2004, nearly 60 years after the picture was supposedly smuggled out.

On March 3 2008 a further report was received from someone stating: “I have a clear close up picture of a grey.

“It’s from Roswell. Are you interested? I am unable to send it from my computer.”

Again there is no update from MUFON.

Other reports range from classic UFO or mysterious light sightings, alleged alien abductions with missing time, and people seeing UFOs after they claim they “tried to make contact with aliens”.

Three reports have been made this year, five in 2015, and just one in 2014.

One sighting was made on August 3 2015, about an event the previous September.

The unnamed witness said: “I was leaving Farmer’s Market, grocery store on September 29, 2014, at 6.38pm. 

“I saw that there was a very beautiful sunset, which made me want to take a few pictures of it. 

“I did not notice the objects at that time, until I observed the pictures later that evening. 

“That is when I noticed that there were three objects, and also what appeared to look like a larger cloud in the shape of a spaceship. 

“The pictures I took show them there and then gone all in the same time.”

Seven reports were made in 2010, making it the business year so far.

On August 14, 2010, one witness reported this: “In the sky almost directly east there was a bright light in the sky.

“Having lived in Roswell most of my life I am quite familiar with various types of air traffic and something about it struck me as odd. 

“As I observed it I noticed it began to wobble. 

“I watched it as well as I could and something blue shot out of the direction of the object.”

They said it was still visible in the sky east of Roswell as they reported it to MUFON at 11:28pm local time. 

They added: “The blue ejection was sort of cone shaped, but looked like a series of circles that got larger towards the bottom… kind of like a snowman for lack of a better description. 

“There were about eight to 12 circles. This is a serious statement, Ii is not a joke or anything.”



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