There has been a lot of online buzz around photographs that one researcher has called a “smoking gun” when it comes to proof that aliens are visiting Earth. Even though there are many articles, blogs, interviews, and forum posts about the pictures, the public has yet to actually see them. They will be displayed during a special event hosted by Mexican Broadcast Journalist Jaime Maussan in Mexico City on May 5, 2015.
Among the buzz is speculation about what the pictures show, questions as to why they will be shown in Mexico, and questions as to how the pictures were found in the first place. The pictures are owned by a production company, and the owner of that company, Adam Dew, is creating a documentary about the slides titled Kodachrome. He says the trailer to Kodachrome shows everything they know to this point. However, as questions are answered, more arise.
I caught up with Dew to ask him about some of the outstanding questions and to address some of the speculation out there. . . .
. . . She found around 400 pictures, some of them were of famous people. The box was coming apart, and she found a couple of slides wrapped up and tucked under the others.
Dew says, “She was able to project them and she thought they were very interesting.”
Dew described what she saw: “When most people see the slides first hand, they think the slides look like what we think, what we have been conditioned to think, an alien would like.”
The woman and her brother brought the slides to Dew since he was in the video business, and Dew and his friend began investigating their origins.
Dew says the pictures were on Kodachrome slides, and are not “perfectly in focus.” He says, “Kodachrome never responded well to poor lighting.”
However, he says he did find them very compelling.
Dew says their first task was to date the slides. He says, “We wanted to date the slides, because we knew people might think they were hoaxed and staged.”
As we have covered in past stories about the slides, the film and its slide cover have been allegedly confirmed to be from the late 40s. To Dew this proves that the film is not doctored.
“That is the first thing people say is that it is a hoax,” says Dew. “Even Neil deGrasse Tyson. When I showed them to Neil deGrasse Tyson, his first response was that these are fake. Well, they are not fake. . . .