Now and again, I hear of elusive, astounding photos said to be held in government vaults and that are directly relevant to the UFO phenomenon. Of course, in many such cases the whole things just fall apart. We are, after all, talking about the UFO subject. There, are however, some stories that have come my way and that still might be worth looking for. Indeed, you never know what might surface one day. With that said, let's begin with the first story. Back in 1991, Kevin Randle’s and Don Schmitt’s book, UFO Crash at Roswell, was published. In the book, the pair told an interesting, but brief, story of a man "who said he worked at NORAD in Colorado Springs." Schmitt and Randle added: "In the course of computerizing some of the files, he came across one labeled: USAAF (United States Army Air Force) Early Automation. The file dealt with the recovery of several small bodies and included black and white photographs of them. The man said the bodies were small, no more than four or five feet tall, with big heads." And that was it. Despite the fact that the whole thing is short on information, it sounds somewhat like something tied to the Roswell affair of 1947.
Now, let's take a look at one of the most controversial stories that has ever come my way. Back in 2007, I was told a very strange, and sinister, story by ufologist and priest Ray Boeche. He told me, in a recorded interview, of a group in the U.S. government that was secretly looking into the UFO subject, but from the perspective that aliens are really demons. Ray explained to me that his two "Deep Throat"-type figures told him that the group called the strange entities "Non-Human Entities." Or, NHEs." It was at one point in his conversation with the two men (that took place in Lincoln, Nebraska in November 1991) that Ray was given a really weird story. I'll hand the story over to Ray, himself: "They showed me a dozen photos of three different people – four photos of each person, who had apparently been killed by these experiments. These were all post-mortem photographs, taken in-situ, after the experiments. The areas shown in all of the photographs were like a dentist’s chair or a barber’s chairs, and the bodies were still in those positions, sitting in the chairs. Still there, with EEG and EKG leads coming off of them. They were all wired. It was a very clinical setting, and there was no indication of who they were. It was a very disturbing sort of thing. And I’m thinking in the back of my mind: if these are real, who would they have gotten for these experiments? Were they volunteers? Were they some sort of prisoners? I have no idea. Were they American? Were they foreign? There was no way to tell."
Ray was, however, allowed to take notes pertaining to the controversial photographs. One of the victims was a white male, age 25-to-30, who had been killed by what was described as a "remotely induced" cardiac arrest. The second was a white female, somewhere between the ages of 20 and 25, whose death was due to a "remotely transmitted head trauma" that resulted in "crushing of the right anterior portion of the skull." The third victim was a white male – probably in his 30s – killed by "…remotely controlled suffocation. The deaths and heart attacks were allowed to happen because it served the NHEs goals, the deception that they were aliens trying to help us and give us this advanced technology." Over the years I've quietly and carefully tried to get to the heart of this strange story. So far, no luck. Let's now move onto the matter of an alien autopsy.
Back in 1986, a well-respected, U.K.-based UFO researcher and writer, Jenny Randles, was approached by a former British Army source who had an incredible story to tell. "Robert," as Jenny called her informant, said that - under strange circumstances - he'd seen not just classified documents on crashed UFOs and dead aliens, but autopsy photos, too. Jenny said: "There was a lot of material about Roswell, including photographs of the UFO and of the aliens. One of the most detailed files was an autopsy report – that ran close to 200 pages in length – of the bodies recovered from the Roswell crash. Robert remembered the name of the doctor who had written it. It was Dr. Frederick V. Hauser, a name I’d never seen connected with UFOs in any way whatsoever. Robert said that there was a very detailed account that was mostly filled with medical jargon about the autopsy which he didn’t understand, and there was a photograph of this entity with a slit right down the middle from the neck to the navel." Of course, today it would be easy to search for Dr. Hauser online. Indeed, you can find about him (briefly) at this link. Back in 1986, however, it would have been very difficult for a British Army solider to find information on Hauser. Unless Robert was telling the truth, of course.
In conclusion, all I can say is that the stories above are intriguing and fascinating. But, so far, nothing solid has surfaced. Maybe, one day, at least some of the photos described in this article will appear. On the other hand, though, the goods may never put in an appearance.