ROSWELL: Man behind ‘irrefutable UFO crash proof’ linked to string of alien hoaxes
By Jon Austin
THE man behind the release of the so-called ‘smoking gun’ new Roswell photographs that supposedly proved an alien crash-landed a UFO near the New Mexico town in 1947 has previously been linked to a series of extra terrestrial hoaxes.
Jamie Maussan, claimed to have proof of the notorious alleged UFO crash, once paid £15,000 for a skinned monkey believing it was an alien corpse.
He also supported one of the most astonishing alien hoaxes ever attempted.
Mr Maussan sold tickets to see the first release of copies of slides purporting to show the Roswell alien corpse at the ‘Be Witness to the Change in History’ event in New Mexico, America.
The photos promised to be historic and irrefutable proof of the legendary UFO crash near the New Mexico town of Roswell in 1947.
But the long-awaited disclosure has been widely panned by sceptics and even UFO hunters as a damp squib, with many suggesting the picture shows a mummified human child in a museum exhibit case. . . .