Some would say that the crashed UFO looked like this (a “flying saucer”) and the dead creatures outside of it looked like those standing in the back. Guy knew a man who knew a man who was the Chief Information Officer for the Army in 1947 when the crash occured and he swears that this is all true. He issued a press release at the time saying so but was required to pull it back and instead issue a vanilla press release calling it a crashed weather balloon. He also claimed to have seen the dead creatures being autopsied and loaded into coffins (six were mysteriously ordered by the Army from a local mortuary the day after the crash) and flown away in Army aircraft. You be the judge.