Shortly before passing away on August 7, 2014, Boyd Bushman made some unbelievable statements about Area 51, aliens and high-level conspiracy.
Bushman was a retired Senior Scientist who worked for Lockheed Martin. During his forty year career, he filed 27 patents and collaborated with defense contractors such as General Dynamics, Texas Instruments and Hughes Aircraft.
Prior to his death, the 78-year-old scientist decided it was time to reveal some of the secrets he had witnessed over the years.
It all began in 1947, when a flying saucer was accidentally shot down.
In a controversial video, Bushman says that Area 51 has been home to various extraterrestrial craft for quite some time and that a collaboration of American, Russian and Chinese scientists have been hard at work reverse-engineering said UFOs.
According to Mr. Bushman, the aliens came from a planet they call Quintumnia. Although their home world is 68 light years away, the journey to Earth only takes about 45 minutes. This suggests that the technologically advanced aliens have mastered faster than light travel. Obviously, the Russian, Chinese and U.S. governments would love to get their hands on such technology.
Whenever the extraterrestrials wish to visit Area 51, they follow a special flight path and ultimately land their UFOs through a shaft drilled down the side of a mountain near the famous facility.
Bushman says their crafts employ anti-gravity as a means of propulsion, which makes them dead silent.
Regarding the aliens’ anatomy, Bushman claims they look similar to humans in the way that they also have a head, neck, torso and two hands with five fingers each. But the similarities end here. The aliens stationed at Area 51 were 230 Earth years old and 4.5 to 5 feet tall. Their feet have five webbed toes while their fingers are 30% longer than ours.
An autopsy performed on an alien that had died on Earth revealed it only had three pairs of ribs. Interestingly enough, it had three backbones made out of cartilage.
The technology lifted off the UFOs studied at Area 51 is impressive, to say the least. Bushman maintains that from time to time, he was given UFO parts to examine in his lab at Lockheed Martin. Some of them exhibited strong anti-gravitational properties while others seemed to offer unlimited amounts of electricity. In one case, he remembers scientists using just a small piece of an unknown crystal to power a fully-equipped lab for six months.
Such endeavors are not without peril, as Bushman points out. According to one of his sources, a total of 39 civilian lives had been lost during attempts to back engineer alien technology. The most recent case occurred in 2012, when 19 people were killed when a UFO’s defense system fired upon military and scientific personnel surrounding it.
In the video, Bushman claims he once gave an alien crew his camera and asked them if they could bring back pictures from Quintumnia. The pictures are blurry and the video does not show them in great detail but it would be great if they were examined by an unbiased third party.
As is customary, Bushman’s claims have been widely criticized and ridiculed. Some claim that his blurry pictures account for nothing pertaining to the UFO phenomenon. Bushman himself says that there were efforts to discredit him and that he received death threats on several occasions. But he maintained his story until his death.
[..] certainly, Bushman believed in what he was saying. As long ago as 2008 he passed a polygraph test, during which he claimed he had worked on anti-gravity projects, alien technologies and had even met and photographed an alien, and examined at least eight different types of alien spacecraft.”—Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual
Bushman’s story is as enigmatic as any other of its kind. We could be wasting our time analyzing the delusions of an old man. But his background as a top-level scientist paints a different picture, turning his disclosure into an amalgamation of wonder and disbelief.
Did he really work at Area 51? If so, were his meetings with alien beings real? With Bushman dead, we may never know.