UFO researcher and Roswell Dream Team member Kevin Randle told 'Orlando Paranormal Examiner' Wednesday that he has not been involved in the investigation of photographic slides of alleged aliens as recently described by blogger Rich Reynolds. “I have seen no photographs, slides, or pictures of alien creatures associated with the Roswell crash,” Randle explained. “I have participated in no investigations of such slides.”
Reynolds made several posts in recent months suggesting the Dream Team had access to slides containing images of bodies possibly associated with the Roswell event of 1947. Public opinion has been mixed on how any such slides should be handled, as well as their potential relevance.
Some suspect the slides may depict bodies of alien visitors. Others suspect the bodies may provide evidence that supports theories related to experiments involving diseased humans as put forth by such researchers as Nick Redfern. Yet others argue the origin and authenticity of such photos would have to be established before their content could be relevant.
Some have suggested the chain of events may have been related to some kind of publicity stunt in which Dream Team members may have attempted to increase attention to themselves and profit financially. Commenting on such issues, Randle stated, “As for the nonsense that we have generated this to create an opportunity to make money, I would like someone to explain how we are doing this... With the exception of Tony [Bragalia], none of us are in any sort of regular communication with Reynolds, and we would certainly find a better way of advertising the product.”
Randle additionally stated that he had no knowledge of anyone approaching CNN with the story as suggested on Reynolds' blog, adding, "I just don't know where that particular rumor sprouted."
To what extent anyone other than Randle may be conducting an investigation as described by Reynolds and his currently anonymous source will remain unconfirmed, at least for the time being. Several reasons investigators might keep such information private prior to a planned public disclosure have been discussed at a number of venues. Whatever the prevailing reasons may ultimately prove to be, the unfolding circumstances demonstrate numerous challenges with the process.