Nevada Family Claims Alien Craft Crashed In Yard
Dramatic dashcam footage and testimony from a family in Las Vegas are sparking a mystery over what exactly happened there in April. According to police records, residents claimed that an alien craft crashed in their yard, and from it emerged nine-foot-tall alien creatures. The report comes as a reported whistleblower accuses the federal government of having pieces of alien spacecraft.
Police bodycam footage shows an interview with a family who said that “non-human” beings emerged from a crashed UFO in their backyard.
A bright, falling object could be seen in the night sky in other footage.
According to the 911 transcript from that night, a caller said that there was “like an eight-foot person beside it and another one is inside us and it has big eyes and it’s looking at us— and it’s still here.”
The caller added, “I swear to God this is not a joke this is actually— we’re terrified.”
The caller continued, saying that the creatures were like “eight-foot, nine feet, ten-foot. They look like aliens to us. Big eyes. They have big eyes.”
“Like, I can’t explain it, and big mouth,” the caller said. “They’re shiny eyes and they’re not human. They’re 100% not human.”
An officer at the scene later said that the witnesses were “legit scared so I don’t blame you.”
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The news comes as a whistleblower alleged that the U.S. government had possession of a number of alien craft.
David Charles Grusch, who served in the Air Force and former representative to Congress’ Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force for the National Reconnaissance Office said that the federal government was “retrieving non-human origin technical vehicles, call it spacecraft if you will, non-human exotic origin vehicles that have either landed or crashed.”
He said that the retrievals also included “dead pilots.”
The Pentagon denied such reports. A Department of Defense spokesperson told Fox News that there was no “verifiable information to substantiate the claims.”
Furthermore, the Pentagon representative said that the Defense Department’s All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office (AARO), which investigates such UFO cases, “welcomes the opportunity to speak with any former or current government employee or contractor who believes they have information relevant to the historical review.”
The agency’s director said that it was investigating 800 cases, but only 2-5% were “truly anomalous.”