Claims of a deathbed confession about UFOs propel a video with more questions than answers
A man claiming to be a former Lockheed Martin employee has garnered attention following the allegedly posthumous release of a video in which he claims to have evidence that extraterrestrial life exists, the Arizona Republic reported.
“Here is what Area 51 was giving to me since the year 2000 and beyond,” the speaker, who identifies himself as Boyd Bushman, says in the 32-minute video. He then produces what he says are photos of UFOs, including one “ship” he says measured 115 feet across.
The video was taped shortly before Bushman’s alleged death on Aug. 7, and has been watched more than 3 million times since being posted by someone calling themselves “Mark Q. Patterson” on Oct. 8. “Patterson” has called himself an “independent aerospace engineer.”
But the video “proof” for his allegations is less discernible; several of the photos Bushman produces are blurry, and though he calls the pictures of the alleged spacecraft “documentations,” there is no explanation given for them.
Bushman also holds up pictures of what he says are extraterrestrials, saying they are around five feet all, with hands 30 percent longer than those of humans and able to communicate telepathically.
“There are two groups of aliens,” he explains. “They divide them into two groups. One group are wranglers, and the others are rustlers – the ones who are stealers of cattle. The two groups act differently. The ones that are wranglers are much more friendly, and have a better relationship with us.”
But Bushman also claims that even though the visitors can travel from their home planet, Quintumnia — which is 68 light-years away — to Earth in just 45 minutes, they had not invented cameras when they met, requiring him to loan them one to capture the blurry photos he shows as “proof” of their existence.
Watch Bushman’s “confession,” as posted online, below.