American engineer admitted before his death that he saw aliens at Area 51
An engineer from the US aerospace company Lockheed Martin Boyd Bushman before his death shared information about aliens and showed a photo of aliens. He died at the age of 78 years old in August of this year. Before that, he had to give an interview in which he spoke about the mysterious "zone 51" and representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations, which he saw in person, according to New York Daily News.
Bushman said he worked in "zone 51" – secret military base in Nevada. According to official data, there were development of experimental aircraft. There is a perception out there that keep debris crashed spacecraft and even alien bodies.
In 2013, US intelligence agencies have recognized that "Zone 51" It does exist, but there are no aliens – only with the aircraft hangars. Bushman claimed to have seen aliens. According to his description, this being an increase of about one and a half meters long fingers and a webbed feet. It took them 45 years to ensure that access to the home planet to Earth. As Bushman said, they move in flying saucers, with 11.5 meters in diameter. According to him, 18 aliens working for the US military.
An engineer with 40 years experience said that aliens live more than 200 years old, they can communicate with humans using telepathic and can read thoughts.
Bushman said that the US military have caught the wreckage of the spacecraft after the so-called Roswell incident. This mysterious event took place in 1947 in the state of New Mexico. Presumably, there was the crash of an unidentified flying object.
Video recording with a half-hour interview with Bushman appeared on YouTube on October 8 and attracted nearly three million views.
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