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    People Think This Photo Found In An Attic Shows An Alien Body Recovered From A UFO Crash

    The picture has been tied to the famous 1947 Roswell Incident.

    New photos revealed at a recent event in Mexico have been said to depict the body of an extraterrestrial alien recovered from the Roswell UFO crash of 1947.

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    The event, which was held both to announce the "new" evidence and a corresponding documentary (the trailer for which can be seen here), attracted an audience of 10,000 members, each of whom paid $350 to attend. Among the attendants was astronaut Edgar Mitchell, the sixth human being to walk on the moon. Mitchell, a known UFO believer, is reported to have said he believes the photos are authentic.

    Lore surrounding the Roswell Incident holds that between one and three alien beings (one of whom was possibly still alive) were recovered from a UFO crash and potentially carted off to Area 51, a top-secret military base in Nevada. Mexican UFO specialist Jaime Maussan is reported to have said that these new photos (more of which are being held by the makers of the documentary) prove this theory, as the image we now have of aliens — tiny body, big head — was not part of popular culture at the time of the Roswell case.

    Some have argued, though, that the body in the photo looks very similar to mummies, including this one, of a 1-3 year old boy dating to the Roman period.

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    The photos are alleged to have been taken between 1947 and 1949 on Kodachrome film. The filmmakers claim they were found in a box in the apparently poorly organized Arizona attic of Bernard Ray, alongside photos of Bing Crosby, Clark Gable, and Dwight Eisenhower "from before his term as president," for some reason.

    The makers of the documentary haven't specified when or where the full film can be viewed, but in the meantime, let's all take some time to make sure we're familiar with everything currently in our attics!!

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