UFO aliens were actually captured at Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947 — and UFO researcher Tom Carey says he's got the pictures to prove it. Carey says he was recently slipped a strip of film containing images of an alien undergoing an autopsy that has been verified by film manufacturer Kodak as dating from 67 years ago.
The Roswell UFO "crash," is perhaps the most important incident in the modern history of UFOs. In July of 1947, some sort of object crashed in Roswell after being spotted by witnesses on the ground, as well as by military pilots, according to press accounts from 1947.
But since the UFO crash of 1947, the legend of Roswell has only grown. Many UFO researchers believe that the object was not only an alien spacecraft but a spacecraft actually occupied by aliens, who were captured either dead or alive by the U.S. government.
In 1995, the Fox Television network aired a special that purported to be the proverbial "smoking gun" of the UFO Roswell incident. The show, titled Alien Autopsy: Fact Or Fiction, contained footage purporting to show masked physicians performing a post-mortem exam on a small alien body.
The footage was owned by a British businessman, Ray Santilli, who a decade after the Fox broadcast admitted that the alien autopsy footage was faked. But Santilli stopped short of admitting to a complete hoax, claiming that the film was actually a "reconstruction" of actual footage that he saw in 1992, but was now lost.
The latest UFO alien autopsy film has not been released. The image above is taken from the faked Santilli "alien autopsy" footage, which can now be seen on YouTube.
But Carey claims that he has images that show an actual alien autopsy — perhaps images of the supposedly real captured UFO alien that Santilli claimed to have viewed.
"The head is almost insect-like," Carey described to Britain's Mirror newspaper. "The head has been severed, and there's been a partial autopsy. The innards have been removed, and we believe the cadaver has been embalmed, at least at the time this picture was taken."
Carey says he sent the film to the Kodak lab in Rochester, New York, and that technicians there verified that the film's emulsions were of a stock type manufactured in 1947.
"And from the emulsions on the image, it's not something that's been Photoshopped like today," Carey said. "It's original 1947 images, and it shows an alien who's been partially dissected lying in a case."
The supposed UFO revelation comes just a month after a former Lockheed-Martin scientist, Boyd Bushman, claimed in a posthumously released video to have evidence that captured UFO aliens were held at the Area 51 top-secret military research base in Nevada.
At least one fellow UFO researcher, however, has already expressed skepticism about the supposed photos of a captured UFO alien that Tom Carey claims to possess. According to Nigel Watson, author of the Haynes UFO Investigations Manual, the news of an actual, captured alien from a crashed UFO would simply be too explosive to keep under wraps for 20 years, much less almost 70.