On June 25th, the first-ever ET Disclosure Hearing was held in Brantford, Ontario. Comments made at the hearing by former Canadian defense minister and UFO Disclosure advocate, Paul Hellyer, are just now surfacing on the internet, and have made headlines. Apparently, Hellyer discussed the UFO phenomenon with Canada's former Chief of Emergency Measures, who was dying of Lou Gehrig's disease and thus was anxious to get his story out.
Hellyer mentioned that the former chief was allowed to go inside a UFO craft at Area 51, in order to study it so that he could be in a "better position to cope with it, if one crashed here." (Read: Top 5 UFO Crash Sites Besides Roswell).
This story has resurfaced another famous "deathbed confession" by the late Boyd Bushman, a former Lockheed Martin engineer who gave an in-depth interview about his insider knowledge shortly before his death. Since the interview, people have found alien toy dolls that resemble the alien photographs shared, leading many to believe that Bushman was either a hoaxer or a disinformant agent, or that he may have been given the photographs from disinformant agents unknowingly. Another possibility is the dolls were created after the fact to discredit this powerful testimony. As always, you be the judge:
Boyd describes more than one species of aliens, with two basic types - the "wranglers" and the "rustlers," with the latter being not as friendly. He also said that extra-terrestrials were telepathic, had somewhat webbed toes, and used anti-gravity spacecrafts that were not made of conventional metal as we know it.
(Read also: Researcher Releases Classified UFO Files)