Rich Reynolds published a post Tuesday at his blog 'The UFO Iconoclast(s)' describing alleged new evidence of the ever elusive Roswell crash of UFO lore. After having hinted at contents of the story for months, Mr. Reynolds offered an account apparently authored by an anonymous party claiming the existence of yet to be released photographic slides of unusual and incapacitated bodies. The anonymous writer suggested photos contained on the slides were originally created in 1947 by geologists who happened upon the Roswell wreckage, and that the slides were more recently obtained by a group of UFO researchers that includes Anthony Bragalia and Kevin Randle. The Roswell Dream Team, as the collection of UFO researchers has come to be known, has been criticized for failing to present hard evidence to support what some describe as unreasonably stubborn and persistent belief an alien craft was retrieved from Roswell.
It was unclear exactly what was supposed to be unusual about the alleged bodies photographed. CNN was allegedly approached concerning the purported new evidence, the blog post stated, but the network declined interest in the story.
“Folks... bogus information from Richard Reynolds... and from anonymous,” Anthony Bragalia wrote in seeming objection in the comments section of the post. “He is threading a tale to create whole cloth... but there are too many whole's [sic] in Mr. Reynolds [sic] tale.”
Reynolds was offered an opportunity to expand upon the unfolding situation. Tuesday evening he simply stated that comments from others should be followed at the blog post and that he would supplement those comments as needed. Kevin Randle did not immediately respond to a request for comment.