Date of unveiling: May 6, 2015
Location of unveiling: National Auditorium in Mexico City
News Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/technology-science/science/unseen-roswell-alien-photos-unveiled-5635008
Slidebox Media on Youtube released a trailer about this alien slide they found (1st video below). I have to admit, its got me curious about it. The slide shows less detail than I would like, but we can see its basic shape of its skull, and its ribs.The object looks about a meter or less and is claimed to be an alien that died in the Roswell, New Mexico crash. If you have doubts about its authenticity...know that Astronaut Edgar Mitchell was there at the unveiling and he holds the world record for the longest moon walk at 9 hours. He was the 6th man to walk on the moon and he is taking part in this. He would not risk his reputation for a fraud. Did you know Edgar Mitchell was chosen by NASA because of his telepathic abilities? Yeah...most never knew about it. The funny thing is that back in the 1960s, their spacesuit only held 7 hours plus a half hour of back up air. So...I believe Edgar was in an alien structure that had its own air supply where he could use his telepathic abilities to communicate with the aliens. Aliens like the grey and a few others cannot speak, but use telepathic images to communicate. What I am saying is...when they brought him in the room...all doubts about this alien left out the front door. Its real and this has serious implications. Below is a screenshot from NASA of air in spacesuit. SCW
UFO hunters are preparing to unveil a series of photographs depicting an "alien" who crashed to Earth during the famous Roswell incident.
Dr. Edgar Mitchell, an astronaut who was the sixth person to land on the moon, and a team of extraterrestrial investigators will appear at the 10,000 seater National Auditorium in Mexico City tomorrow to reveal the "Roswell Slides".
These photographs were reportedly snapped by a geologist using Kodachrome film and are said to show the remains of an alien found dead in New Mexico. (More at source).