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Dying Scientist Reveals Details on UFOs, Area 51 and Aliens

He was primarily known as a respected scientist who worked for a number of top military contractors and as one of the inventors of the Stinger missile … until he recorded a video on his deathbed. With its release on YouTube, Boyd Bushman is now famous for revealing details about his personal experiences at Area 51 with aliens and UFOs.

Boyd Bushman passed away on August 7, 2014, at the age of 78 after a long career with Lockheed Martin Skunk Works, Texas Instruments and Hughes Aircraft. In the video, Bushman gives amazing information from his time at Area 51, especially about the aliens there. He says it took only 45 years for these 230-year-old, 5-foot-and-under beings with long fingers and webbed feet to travel to Earth from a planet called Quintumnia.

There are two groups of aliens. They divide them into two groups. It’s like a cattle ranch. One group are wranglers, and the others are rustlers – the stealers of cattle. ‘The ones that are wranglers are much more friendly, and have a better relationship with us.

By “us” he’s referring to to the workers at Area 51.

With respect to the alien craft, we have American citizens who are working on UFOs 24 hours a day. We are trying to learn what to do.

Diagram of an alien spacecraft from Boyd Bshman's notes

Diagram of an alien spacecraft from Boyd Bushman’s notes

The UFOs were Boyd’s area of expertise at Lockheed Martin, where he claims to have reverse-engineered an alien spacecraft that is 38 feet in diameter. Even more interesting, he said he told the visitors to take pictures of various planets as they traveled from Quintumnia and he had possession of the photos.

If you work for a defense contractor in the U.S., take a good look at the photo Bushman is holding because he claimed that 18 of the aliens are your fellow employees.

Interesting stuff, but it’s a deathbed video so Bushman’s not around for some follow-up questions. If he were available, what would you ask him?

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  • Travis Albaugh

    I think this is a little too identical to be a coincidence. Toy vs. his pictures.

  • Barkingdog48

    there are no ufos, no space travelers, no god, no jesus only humans with vivid imaginations and psychiatric issues.

  • maya

    An overlaid comment appears and says (45 minutes, not years). He misspoke I guess?

  • Tom Hood

    boyd went nuts

  • Chris Blake

    Boyd’s disclosures are nothing new. As someone who only had Art Bell to listen to for years, the name is quite familiar.

  • there’s a note on the screen that basically says that he meant to say 45 minutes, not years, to travel to earth.

  • maya

    Oh and notice too that Boyd Bushman said, that he wanted to stay ahead of the Russians and Chinese, but that the Russians and Chinese are working together at Area 51, thus, the whole secrecy thing is NOT about national security.

    You see, it is a black funded operation, using taxpayer money for personal profit for the few, hence the reason WHY Boyd Bushman, and many like him wait until they are on their deathbeds to tell US citizens what is going on. We are talking about a mafia style illegal act here, organized syndicate criminal behavior. These black funded sites kill people and it is NOT for patriotism or lack thereof.

    The bank bailout, the Wachovia drug money laundering news, the many strange deaths of Bankers after that Wachovia drug deal news (in which Wachovia was fined, but nobody went to prison for a huge illegal drug act in which other Americans would loses their house, all their asset and go to jail). Apparent gun running via the US since it is news that the FBI gave Mexico drug cartels guns, so I am wonder how it is that more people can not image that 9/11 very much could have been an inside job so we could go to war with Iraq on lies about WMD and than stay in Iraq for economic security (not our economic security but BP’s).

    Now we have this Ebola out break and damned if it doesn’t look like its going to be another inside job. Those medical insurance companies could make millions and charge whatever the market-will-bear on people frightened by an Ebola outbreak. At some point we Americans have to come to terms with the fact that our US Government is made-up of a bunch of Mafia thugs and NOTHING ELSE.

  • Jacob Marks

    Thats pretty weird. Do we have the pictures of the planets he said he had? If we do that would probably be the best evidence. I have to admit I’m a little skeptical when I see that image of a stereotypical flying saucer.

  • susy godet

    some guy in silcon valley said all the compter tech e use is taken from what is leaed at area 51/ front page story 1986 sfchronicle

  • Jane von Rathsach

    Angels in the Universe ?

  • Whisperer

    I thought those pictures looked a bit suspicious. Disappointing to see they’re not even a good fake, just a picture of a cheap toy! Did make me chuckle though.

    I do think that Bushman believed what he was saying though, I think someone must have fed him those fake pictures. Maybe not all of what he was saying was as fake as the alien toy, wishful thinking maybe.

  • dianamar

    My name is Dianamar Rivera. I live in New Jersey. I have seen those lights while living in south Puerto Rico. I have seen them twice; the first time was a close encounter of the third kind.

  • Popa Razvan

    So he is saying their home planet is 68 LY away and the trip took 45 minutes.
    That would mean a speed roughly of Km per second. That is 238 billion Km per second. The speed limit in the universe is 300.000 Km per second. Did he mean 45 years? Something doesn’t add up.
    EDIT: I noticed that he is saying the first time that their home planet is 68 LY away and the second time he mentions this, he says “It should take them 68.000 years to get here” implying that the distance to their home planet is 68.000 LY and not 68.
    To bad he ins’t around anymore so he can give some clarifications about these two very important issues (time and distance).

  • Elizabeth Harris Carter

    How did this gentleman die?

  • Sebastian Sander Oest

    And you know this how?

  • Mathew Chartrand

    Of course I believe in aliens, I think anyone who doesn’t is ignorantly pompous in thinking that in such a vast galaxy we are the only ones here. Though do I believe everything Boyd Bushman claims in this interview? Well no. I find everything he says to be much to convenient and simple. He goes by topics that have lingering questions attached to them and doesn’t address a single one. The photos look nice for sure but why is the alien dead? Why didn’t they get photos when they were alive or why are there no photos of the home world of the intergalactic beings? Why is there no video or photo proof of the inside of the alien craft and how it operates. No right minded man gives an alien a camera and just want a window side photo they want photos of the aliens flying the ships, they want interior. As for the story’s of the UFO encounters well we heard this all before so how is it that this is even his story, its possibly just a recycled telephone game. Purple monkey dishwasher.

  • Thanks for this, even though it was rather clear the photos were fake.

    Whether he truly believed they were true or not, is probably a mystery we’ll now never be able to solve…

  • namrats

    where crime has been comittted the police will accept ANYTHING a dying person will say….same thing here…i just want to see ONE clear picture of a UFA….nothing blurry… showing a window with someone waving to me is a BIG plus.

  • lamb888

    No, I think that “they” are demons, sent to “explain” the disappearance of Christians when the Rapture happens.


    It looks like an emaciated pokemon

  • Antonio Au

    I will buy the same toy at kmart.

  • Marineaks

    Maybe the wheels are ours, just to facilitate moving it around?

  • Xenomorphine

    but that’s just the point. We don’t know that the speed of light can’t be broken. It’s purely speculative. Even Newtonian physics break down at a certain point. It’s fine to say we don’t YET know of a way for that theoretical limit to be broken, but that’s not the same as assuming it can’t be.

    As I say, there are a lot of alarming assumptions which were once declared as definite, which eventually turned out to be anything but. Stanton Friedman’s written an entire book on the subject, which is worth picking up, if only for the amusing quotes it contains.

    It reminds me a great deal of how it was supposedly ‘impossible’ for the common bee to be able to fly. Only in very recent years was the key found to be that the equations had never taken into account something as simple and obvious as the flexibility of the bee’s wings. Once that was factored in, it all made mathematical sense. Velocity beyond the speed of light may well be possible when something similar has been realised.

  • Steven Flores

    I wanted to view the video of Mr. Bushman talking about his job at area 51. It was blocked. I know I would spill my guts, before I KICKED THE BUCKET. I would want to get a few things off my chest, especially the things that were kept a secret from the American people.

  • Seijinvet

    When I read your post I did not attempt to open this video from this sight. However simply going to youtube and putting “Bushman aliens” in the search engine yielded a wealth of Bushman videos.

  • Seijinvet

    Perhaps you should look into “cognitive dissonance”.