For some reason (Halloween?) the story of Boyd Bushman’s deathbed confession about aliens at AREA-51 has been circulating a lot in recent days. Bushman passed away in August of this year. He was a senior scientists with Lockheed Martin (his own description – but even that is doubtful). His confession / story is below:
If you watch the video, Bushman holds up photos of an alien he claims was at AREA-51. (Boyd supposedly snuck in — and out! — a disposable camera and took the photos). Here are two screenshots:
Unfortunately, Boyd has been exposed. The alien is a rubber toy, as this photo (from this link on Rense.com) illustrates quite well.
I am always suspicious of so called government whistleblowers, most of them seem to be intelligence community assets set to muddy the waters of investigative research by encouraging a certain alien mythology. The question is: why do they want us to believe in aliens? Is it merely to provide a cover for black aerospace projects, or somethong more sinister?
HAHA omg, way to blow off the story, thanks!
Why do the current alien memes look so crappy? They look like nothing that would evolve under any circumstance. I much prefer the stories from the 1950’s with the tall, blonde, norse looking UFO occupants that performed all sorts of deviant acts with their contactees. At least that made for good reading.
Its so nice to see there is someone keeping an eye on this crap .
Boyd Bushmans story is suspect to say the least . Sounds like bunk !!!
There is so much out theres that is legit , and then theres this garbage .
QUESTION EVERYTHING !!!!!!
look closely on the photo and the rubber toy,
it doesn’t look the same, from the mouth, eyes and the line on the head.
could this be to discredit the person?
Not every toy produced by machine processes (or hand work) will be (pardon the expression) an exact clone. And then there are the imitators (“accept no imitation”!)
Its the same! For God’s sake open your eyes and look! You sound like you so desperately want his story to be true and when the evidence is right in front of you, you still can’t believe it.
I think Boyd Bushman photo are real there are difference between th rubber doll and the photos. Someone was trying to de-bunk the photo by using the rubber doll. I mean if Boyd’s photos are fake so are space shuttle photos, moon landing photos mars photos and so on. You have rubber mockups of those as well.
That’s pretty desperate. And this logic gem is amazing: if this is a rubber doll than we never went to the moon. That’s one of the most breathtaking non-sequiturs I’ve ever read — and I’ve read a lot of them.
Perfect response MSH! Joseph’s logic is beyond a response. Wow. I’m stunned by some of the idiots here.
I’ve looked for this “doll” all over the internet…..cannot locate even one……anywhere….
Well, others found it an took “selfies” of it.
Boyd Bushman – according to information listed on the internet, was a very serious and brilliant scientist, holding more than 22 patents – one which may have been responsible for unlocking the secret connection between gravity and electricity.
In the so-called deathbed interview, he clearly said he has NEVER been to Area 51 – that he gave his camera to a friend working there. He certainly believed the photos were legitimate. If you look very closely at the comparisons to the Walmart toy and Boyd’s pictures – they are not identical, especially the rib cages and the feet.
It is certainly possible the toy was made from descriptions of an actual alien and not the other way around, as the press is saying.
With all due respect to him, if he was so brilliant he’d have to know that using a toy alien to make his point would undermine his credibility in an instant. Smart people do dumb things, and even lie. I don’t know which it is in this case, but if he’s using things that he’d have to know would be discovered as fraudulent to tell what he says is a true story, that’s really dumb / short-sighted. Or he’s being used. Wouldn’t be the first time in the UFO world.
You are doubting the brilliance of a scientist because he may not be aware that there is a doll out their, similar to the picture he seems to believe is a real alien. Hear that scientists, you’re not so brilliant, you do not know this doll exist! Do you happen to know who won the Super Bowl either cause that’s a requirement to get your Ph.D.
“With all due respect to him”, he may be mistaken that this is a real alien because he obviously highly trusts his sources for reasons we do not know. However, I do agree that these dolls do not look like it’s from the same creator/manufacturer so Rick, does present a real possibility.
I’m doubting him because he used pictures of a doll. Having no actual proof that he worked at AREA-51 doesn’t help him, either (a claim isn’t proof – and validating he was ever working at the base would be a minimal qualification in this case). He gets his information from “colleagues” who supposedly worked there. It seems to me that he’s another Paul Bennewitz (look up his case it it’s not familiar) – a legit scientist used by the black-op intelligencia to prop up a mythology.
Your post is factually incorrect – he did NOT claim to have snuck in there or to have taken the photos himself. Neither did he claim to have ever seen an alien himself or to have ever worked for them. He did, however, claim that he had worked on researching UFO parts. I’m not saying he was telling the truth but the alien in the photo has many major differences to the K-Mart doll/toy – I should also point out that HalloweenFX got their idea for the alien from images that had supposedly been leaked. Images of aliens looking like this had already been released well before Bushman came forward and even well before HalloweenFX made the doll. This story actually goes a lot LOT deeper for those who can be bothered to do the research.
I didn’t assert that; I wondered out loud. So show me the “research” – I’m not holding my breath that you have anything real here.
You wondered out loud? That’s a ridiculous excuse, did the sound waves from the words fall out of your mouth and type themselves into your computer keyboard? lol.
“So show me the “research” – I’m not holding my breath that you have anything real here.” – Well, you clearly don’t have anything real here so why should I give it to you? So you can steal it and publish it on your blog? No thanks, you’ll just have to wait for me to publish it.
You know what I mean, and your response tells us all you have nothing in the way of verification for Bushman’s claims.
well … watch his video. Yet again he has nothing but crappy blurry photos. They could have scanned those photos but instead he hold them up, shaking and the cameraman makes no effort to focus in on them.
That tells me everything I need to know.
Bushman said his purpose was that he believes this “secret” info the governments have should be brought out of the shadows and given to the people. So why didn’t he scan his photos/negatives instead of hold them up with a shaking hand to a crappy video job?
Also, if he really had such photos he would not be manhandling them like that or scotch taping them to a board. Where are the negatives? Scanned negative provides full rez. No negative? OK scan the photo. But no one … especially a brilliant scientist, would be manhandling the only copy of alien photos to the point of being faded and dogeared like what we see in the videos. If real that’s a million $’s at least.
Firstly I’m not standing for nor against any claims or statement.
Everyone who comments on this article is only feeding the rabbit hole.
True or False there is no need to comment unless you are offering knowledge you wish to share for the benefit of others.
It’s your choice as an individual to accept or decline information presented by others.
Majority of the comments here are to gain some type of accolades or provide reassurance/protect others from negative connotations.
Taking the time to debunk or discredit others is a waste of time and the individuals who do this successfully completes their agenda by receiving replies.
Honestly, this entire thread could be friends or even the same person attempting to gain traffic to their site, which is what its for inevitably, I assume to generate a for m of income as such : http://www.amazon.com/Dare-You-Not-Bore-Bible/dp/1577995392/ref=as_sl_pc_tf_til?tag=michsheiscom-20&linkCode=w00&linkId=&creativeASIN=1577995392
But as many say to each their own. Be wise, research, gain knowledge the only thing that is never a waste of time and does not cost money.
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It’s a useful service to debunk hoaxed claims. It’s called “exposing a lie.” If your accountant or defense lawyer did it, you’d be thrilled.
But I don’t see Bushman as sinister. Just making a silly claim in a silly way.