Boyd Bushman, a scientist who worked for Lockheed Martin, claimed that aliens exist before he died on the 7th of August, 2014. He did this in a video that was posted shortly before he died. Boyd drew from his own experiences, revealing that there exist extraterrestrial beings in area 51. In an interview that is almost unbelievable, he claims that the government is hiding several technologies like anti-gravity.
Boyd had several patents that were attributed to him as a senior scientist at Lockheed Martin(This claim has been disputed though). His patents include a light beam that can find objects, a magnetic drive, a heat radiation detection system and a thermally energized electrical power source.
In the controversial video, Mr. Bushman says that there are Americans currently working on the UFOs from outer space, 24 hours a day. He claims that the aliens come from a planet known as Quintumnia which is 68 light years away. The aliens however, only take 45 minutes to get to our planet. He also claimed that a special flight path exists that gets the aliens from space to area 51.
The aliens at the base according to the video, are 230 years old and are five feet long (this is around 1.5 metres). They have five webbed toes and five fingers that are 30% longer than ours and communicate using telepathy. According to Mr. Bushman, scientists have for some time been reverse engineering the UFO technology and this includes the Roswell incident, where a flying saucer was accidentally shot down in 1947.
He says that he gave his camera to the aliens so they could get him pictures from their home world and he shows them off using some blurry images on the video. Mr. Bushman said that the scientists at area 51 are working with the Chinese and Russian counterparts, to develop an anti-gravity technology.
The claims have been met with derision and criticism. Some claim that the alien Bushman showed in the pictures, looks like an alien doll that was sold in shops some years ago. Bushman said that the security personnel had discredited him and even tried to prevent him from going public. He had also received death threats.
UFO expert, Nigel Watson, who authored the Haynes UFO Investigation Manual, told Mail Online that “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.”Alejandro Rojas from the Open Minds says that “Like so many stories in the UFO field, Bushman’s is enigmatic. The whole affair could easily be written off as the delusional ramblings of an old man. The only thing that causes one to pause is Bushman’s background. Why would a high level scientist begin making up such wild stories? Did he actually work with Teller, and did he ever really go to Area 51? Or were these all tall tales told to him that he believed wholeheartedly? Now that Bushman has passed we may never know.”
Update: This documentary could be fake, read snopes.com for further details.