Scientist on Deathbed Claims There Are Two Groups of Aliens in Area 51

| by Lina Batarags

A dying scientist made a shocking series of claims in August concerning Nevada’s mysterious Area 51.

Boyd Bushman was a research scientist for the defense firm Lockheed Martin. As Metro reports, Bushman has a number of patents to his name, although the details of his biography are disputed.

Metro reports that in a video recorded on August 7, Bushman said that he reverse-engineered flying saucer technology for Lockheed Martin.

“With respect to the alien craft, we have American citizens who are working on UFOs 24 hours a day,” Bushman said in the video. “We are trying to learn what to do.”

He even procured photographs of aliens he claims were taken on disposable cameras within American military facilities. In fact, Bushman claims that there are two groups of aliens under study at Area 51 and other sites.

“They divide them into two groups,” Bushman said. “It’s like a cattle ranch. One group are wranglers, and the others are rustlers—the stealers of cattle.”

“The ones that are wranglers are much more friendly, and have a better relationship with us,” Bushman went on to claim.

Aliens, claims Bushman, have long fingers, webbed feet, and hail from a planet known as Quintumnia.

As reported by Altered Dimensions, Bushman claims the aliens were about 4.5 to 5 feet tall, and lived to be hundreds of years old.

Bushman is not the first Lockheed Martin employee to claim that the firm is studying the secrets of alien spacecraft.

Ben Rich, a Lockheed Martin employee who pioneered stealth fighters, said, “We already have the means to travel among the stars, but these technologies are locked up in black projects and it would take an act of God to ever get them out to benefit humanity…anything you can imagine we already know how to do.”

Although deathbed confessions may seem to be very convincing, as Nigel Watson, author of the Haynes UFO Investigations Manual, says, “we must be wary of the fact that over long periods memories fade, and people can use vague recollections to reconstruct events into a story they prefer to believe or pleases their audience.

“The bottom line is we still need hard physical evidence to back up these claims and without this the sceptics can still shake their heads in horror and the UFO controversy will continue,” Watson says.

Sources: Metro, Georgia News Day

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