A 2014 interview with an anonymous ex-CIA agent who claims that Area 51 is real has been making rounds online very shortly after government agents reportedly searched homes belonging to a man who runs a small blog about the top-secret southern Nevada outpost.
The raid was confirmed by Lt. Col. Byron McGarry in a statement to the Las Vegas Review-Journal. He said that the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and FBI entered residences belonging to Joerg Arnu in Las Vegas and the town of Rachel on November 3.
“This is an open and ongoing law enforcement investigation between the Las Vegas FBI and Air Force OSI,” McGarry said, without disclosing what the purpose of the raid was. Arnu said that a swarm of 15-20 federal agents came to his Las Vegas apartment in riot gear, handcuffed him, and brought him outside in the cold, while they searched his home and took all electronic equipment that they found.
“I was only told that the search was related to images posted on my Area 51 website,” Arnu said about the raid.
Area 51, a military outpost that’s long held a mythical status as the place where the US allegedly hides UFOs, alien technology, and live aliens, is an Air Force base in Lincoln County where new and classified US military aircraft are tested.
Arnu runs a site called Dreamland Resort, which features drone videos of places around Area 51, satellite images of the base, and a discussion forum that dives into the topic, posting articles on test flights, UFOs, “black projects,” as well as photos of new, “super secret” Northrop Grumman RQ-180, an unmanned stealth aircraft.
While Arnu’s case may have more to do with snooping into top secret aircraft than anything from outer space, the ex-CIA agent’s “deathbed confession,” shot in 2014, sure brings the conversation back to — you guessed it —
The alleged ex-CIA agent, who identified himself as ‘Agent Kewper’ in a separate 1998 interview, claimed that he worked in Area 51 from 1957 to 1960. According to Kewper, he personally went to the area to examine alien corpses and various extraterrestrial items retrieved by the US government.
“It took us 13 or 15 miles south to s4 and like different garage door openings okay and in these garage door openings they had like different saucer crafts,” he said.
“The very first one had Roswell craft and it was kind of crashed up but apparently, every alien that was in a died except for a couple… The Roswell craft was really strange because it looked like really heavy aluminum foil. We could walk next to it and the whole thing probably weighed 150-300 pounds.”
He also claimed that he was able to sit in on an interview with one of the aliens.
“At s4 we viewed the autopsy film and then the colonel said what we’ve got in here is we’re interviewing a grey alien. I thought we had no idea we were going to see the real thing all we saw was the film,” he shared.
Keeper’s interview appears in the 2014 documentary Truth Embargo: The Anonymous Interview.
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