In 2014, scientist and research engineer Boyd Bushman died. Perhaps this event would have remained unnoticed, if not for one moment. Before he died, he managed to give an interview in which he not only claimed that the aliens existed, but also showed a photo.
Bushman argued that before retirement he worked as a senior employee at Lockheed Martin, and before that he maintained close contact with representatives of various space agencies. He created various projects, among which was a system for detecting plumes of exhaust gases from airplanes or rockets, a metal detection system and equipment for fixing radiation.
In 2008, he gave an interview in which he told a lot of interesting things. For example, he confirmed that the Roswell incident was a reality (“Roswell incident: UFO downfall and alien abduction?”). Moreover, the military not only hid the spacecraft, but also managed to restore the technology of flight. So the first space dish, recreated by people, flew in the late 50s.
In addition, he confirmed the rumors about Zone 51. They actually conducted experiments on aliens. Bushman said that there are several varieties of aliens, but the closest to us is the race from Kithonia (68 light-years). By the way, he even showed one representative in the picture. Experts immediately began to declare that this is just a mock-up or a doll. But some ufologists suggested that the alien body should have been stored in special chemicals, which created the effect of dark eyes and rings around them. Bushman himself said that “people in black” later began to spread rumors about plastic fakes and dolls to refute his words.
It is interesting that Bushman passed a lie detector test, which showed that he is not lying (although the effectiveness of this method is still being criticized). He also said that the American government has long owned anti-gravity technologies, but prefers to hide it from the public.
The scientific world did not take seriously the words of Bushman. It is believed that he simply retold already known rumors about Zone 51 and showed fake pictures. But many ufologists believed him. No comment was received from Lockheed Martin.