A retired officer of the United States Air Force shocked the world with a startling discovery a year ago, indicating the presence of a naval base housing an extraterrestrial jail for aliens that escaped the 1947 Roswell incident.
In this context, ex-military Raymond Szymanski believes that extraterrestrials were sent to a secret Dayton, Ohio base to be analyzed and imprisoned in vaults and tunnels; in reality, some of them are still alive, according to the individual. Szymanski, who spent more than 30 years at the facility, said he found out about the “hidden” when one of his supervisors asked, “Have you heard about our aliens?” I’m in the midst of a belly laugh.
Both the spaceship and the aliens from the most prominent UFO event in history were brought to the base and placed in deep underground tunnels, according to Szymanski, who served at the secret US base of Wright-Patterson (WPAFB) in Dayton, Ohio, for 39 years. On his part, John H. Glenn, the first American astronaut to reach the Earth, claimed that “the UFO hypothesis is genuine” and that multiple ufologists had verifiable evidence of the presence of more than 16 extraterrestrial bodies. The ex-soldier wrote a book named “50 Shades of Grays” (Fifty Shades of the Grays) in which he details his theories.
He claims that several cryogenic chambers were installed in the base’s tunnels to preserve alien bodies and technologies. After the collision, the extraterrestrial survived. About the fact that Szymanski admits to never seeing any of the corpses, he claims that no one at the base ever denied his presence, and that it was normal to see men dressed entirely in black who, according to his theory, were researching UFO phenomenon officers.