Roswell ‘alien’ actually a mummified body of two year old boy?

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Never-before-seen photos of the Roswell ‘alien’ were released a week ago taking alien enthusiasts and internet by storm; however, analysis of the contents on the otherwise ‘unreadable’ placard in the photo has revealed that the ‘alien’ is actually a mummified body of two year old boy that was in display in a San Francisco Museum.

The photos also called ‘Roswell Slides’ are images that a group of UFO promoters including Anthony Bragalia, Jaime Maussan, Adam Dew, and Richard Dolan, released at an event held on May 5, 2015, in Mexico City. They pegged these photos as undeniable proofs that positively indicate an extraterrestrial crash at Roswell in 1947 and the recovery and cover-up by the US government of alien bodies.

The group said that they have had experts examine, and analyse the photos and that the authenticity of the images is unquestionable adding that the slides showed a creature that was of unearthly origin.

Alien and UFO enthusiasts have been questioning the contents of the placard seen in the slides in front of the body and according to the promoters of the slides the contents could not be deciphered despite extensive examination. The photos released in May have had the placard blanked out, but the team that made the claims of having deciphered the text had gained access to the original photo wherein the placard wasn’t blanked out.

On April 12, 2015, Don Schmitt said that the contents of the placard aren’t readable and they have had experts including Dr. David Rudiak, Studio MacBeth, Photo Interpretation Department of the Pentagon, as well as Adobe all echo the same sentiment.

However, the Roswell Slides Research Group analysed the photo using the commercially available SmartDeblur and a hack by Nab Lator, and was able to significantly clear up the blurred text. The first line was the most clearly resolved:


“There is no reasonable doubt that this is the true and correct text”. the group says.

The next three lines are more difficult to decipher, but seem to say something like:

“At the time of burial the body was clothed in a xxx-xxx cotton
shirt. Burial wrappings consisted of these small cotton blankets.
Loaned by the MR. Xxxxxx, San Francisco, California”

“The entire effort only took hours, quite a difference from the “years” of research claimed by the slides promoters. The fact that the promoters did not release proper high resolution scans of the slides made our work more difficult, but in the end it was still relatively easy to decipher the key parts of the image”, the members of Rosewell Slides Research Group add.

Shortly after the deciphered placard was posted online, people began asking as to what was going on and whether the placard was authentic? Slides owner Adam Dew posted an image of the blurred placard on his site – a step that he says is to prove that the placard has been replaced by the research group.

The group is questioning the motives of the promoters of the Roswell Slides. Whether they were deceiving the public in order to profit financially, or whether they were simply incompetent, is the question that remains to be answered.

Dew says: “We suspect that they created their own modified version. Anyone looking carefully can see by comparing. The actual version has not yet been actually deblured but we can see that all the text is hand written in a cursive script. We anticipated this behavior but we are still hoping for success with reading the placard and we encourage people to try themselves to deblur the placard as well as test any claimed interpretations.”