Published: 4:01 PM 11/18/2014
Tom Carey received the original Kodachrome slides of ‘insect-like aliens... ’
Is the notorious Area 51 really a distraction for the public from the U.S. government's real secret - Area 52?
The legendary Area 51 incident has intrigued UFO enthusiasts for decades, but has largely been written off as a case of mistaken identity.
That is, until UFO expert Tom Carey received the original Kodachrome slides of ‘insect-like aliens’ that were allegedly taken after an alien autopsy performed by the U.S. government in 1947, says a Nov. 16 Metro report. Carey claims the images of aliens from the Roswell incident were sent to him from a woman involved in an American intelligence agency.
According to Carey, he contacted Kodak historians to verify the authenticity of the photos. The Kodachrome color slides show an alien body lying in a case. Carey says an official Kodak historian from Rochester, N.Y. verified that the slides are from 1947 and are unaltered.
According to Carey, there is an obvious difference between his photos and previously released photos or videos of aliens from Area 51.
Carey describes the aliens as three to four feet tall with insect-like heads. He claims the slides depict an alien body that has been autopsied. The head has been removed and innards are visible in the photos, or so he says. The images will be released early next year when Carey intends to reveal his findings.
Carey has been researching the Area 51 incident since 1991. He has written or contributed to over 40 published articles about the Roswell crash, and has published numerous books about UFOs, says UFO Festival. Carey holds a B.S. In Business Administration, M.A. in Anthropology and a Ph.D. in Anthropology.
He is an Air Force veteran and held Top Secret/Crypto clearance in the military. Carey served as State Section Director for Southeastern Pennsylvania at the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and as a Special Investigator and member of the Board of Directors for the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS).
Carey claims the images of aliens from the Roswell crash were sent to him from a couple in Texas. The unidentified woman is thought to have been involved in intelligence in World War II. Her husband was a field geologist for an oil company.
No other information is given about the mysterious source of the slides of aliens from the Roswell crash.
While there have been several alien autopsy videos and numerous photos of alleged alien beings from Area 51 that have been determined to hoaxes, Carey claims he has the real thing. Whether the images Carey will present early next year are the smoking gun he claims they are is yet to be seen.
Nigel Watson, author of the Haynes UFO Investigations Manual warns that claims of evidence of the existence of aliens often turn out to be “underwhelming”, says Metro. For now, UFO enthusiasts will need to wait until sometime next year to see Carey’s evidence so they can decide for themselves.