Deep breath, sceptics: a collection of never-before-seen images 'could' finally prove that aliens did indeed crash in Roswell according to those who discovered the slides.
The series of Kodachrome slides reportedly belonged to Bernard Ray, an oil exploration geologist who had been working in Roswell at the time of the crash.
When Ray passed away, his wife Hilda started looking through his belongings and found a box of old slides mostly containing family photos. What she also found was a pair of slides hidden within the lining of the lid.
Within those slides where pictures of a thin grey humanoid creature with an enlarged head. Through a series of acquaintances the slides were then passed along until finally getting into the hands of UFO researcher Tom Carey.
Carey has reportedly had the slides checked and authenticated by a Kodak expert who worked with the imaging company during the 40s. So while the slides themselves are physically authentic, the question remains as to whether their contents can be considered the same as well.
At the moment, there's a lot of hot air being thrown around, the images are being conveniently held until a grand-unveiling while there's been very little chatter regarding the authenticity of the actual contents of the photos.
As such, take this story with our daily recommended allowance of salt, and then some. It's probably nothing, but then, it could be everything.