An-ex US Army press officer said he saw the body of a “beat-up alien” the “size of a 10-year-old child” after the infamous Roswell UFO crash in 1947.
Walter Haut served as the press officer for Roswell Army Air Field 1st Lt. and kept the secret of the Roswell, New Mexico, up until his death.
His friends, Dennis Bathaser and Wendy Connors, filmed a video of Haut in 2000 detailing his extraterrestrial experiences.
In the video, Haut claims there was “one body” in the Roswell crash, a “relatively small body” that could be comparable to a “10 or 11-year-old child.”
He said the body was “pretty well beaten up” but could not remember the colour of the life form at the time of the recording.
Researcher Anthony Bragalia first published the video to his UFO site after the Pentagon released documents confirming the existence of UFO’s.
Mr Bragalia told The Sun: “The video was given to me by a close friend of Walter Haut’s named Dennis Balthaser for distribution.
“The video had previously only been viewed by a small circle of researchers and Haut family members.
“Given all the new information on UFOs coming out, they felt the time was right to let everyone see it.
“The confessional video helps to confirm the extraterrestrial nature of the Roswell crash.”
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The Roswell crash is an incident that sparked 70 years of conspiracy theories and an alleged government “cover-up.”
The incident refers to the crash of a UFO in Roswell New Mexico on July 8 1947
At the time, a press release, written by Haut, said a flying disk” had crashed on a ranch near Roswell during a powerful storm.
Mr Haut’s statement was later redacted, and the story changed, with the United States Army Air Force trying to pass the crash off as a balloon.
On his death bed in 2005, Haut signed a document that said he believed the crash was “some type of craft and its crew from outer space.”
He said: “I am convinced that what I personally observed was some type of craft and its crew from outer space.”