Previously unseen pictures of the Roswell incident that have been kept secret in an attic are to be revealed for the first time in 25 years.
The pictures are anticipated to shed some light on what happened in Roswell in 1947, as UFO experts believe that the pictures will include a picture of an alien.
“Any kind of evidence that would provide a little bit more substantial proof, I think would be incredibly exciting,” said Karen Rodgers.
The pictures won’t be revealed until May, but the slides reportedly found in an attic in Arizona in 1989 are said to be original and include a picture of an alien.
The owners of the pictures are Bernerd and Hilda Ray, who are now deceased. But Bernerd was a geologist that worked in the Roswell area.
“I think it would be really neat to see,” said Keith Triepold.
People at the UFO Museum are hoping the slides will shed some new light on what happened there.
“[I’m] very curious how they could have remained hidden all this time,” said Randall Pendleton. “I’m anxious to see what they reveal, if anything new.”
“I love aliens,” said Jaxson Rodgers. “I think just to know that there are other beings out in the universe is really interesting.”
The pictures remain largely mysterious, but one UFO investigator called the photo “a smoking gun.”
But UFO Museum Executive Assistant Karen Jaramillo says she is skeptical.
“We don’t know that they’re from Roswell,” said Jaramillo. “The only thing we know is they are from between 1947-1949. That’s the only thing we know about them that’s fact.”
But we can still guess.
“I think there might be like a gray and green being on it that has big eyes that’s really tall and has only three fingers,” said Rodgers.
The pictures will be revealed at the National Auditorium in Mexico City on May 5. They will be live streamed online.
The museum says there will be a presentation on the pictures in Roswell during the UFO festival in July.
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