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Retired US Navy Commander Shares Some Alien Spacecraft Photos from 1989

Photographs of UFO or alien encounters circled the Internet a long time ago. However, it is hard to find legitimate photos proving the existence or humans’ connection to extraterrestrial beings. However, last week, the Internet buzzed with these alien spacecraft photos. Can the truth about human-alien interaction finally be revealed?

Retired US Navy Commander Graham Bethune published several photos that show what appears to be an aircraft used by aliens. He “leaked” these photos because he believes the truth is more important than his reputation or rank.

The photos were taken by a U.S. Navy Commander who served aboard the USS Bigelow, a decommissioned US Navy oceanographic research ship in 1989. As Commander Christopher Mellon was doing some computer work outside of his office, he noticed something that looked like one of the alien spacecraft from the movie ‘ET’ hovering not too far away. He snapped a couple of pictures before it disappeared and filed them away in case they turned out to be important someday.

On December 7, 1989, a retired US Navy Commander recently shared what might be authentic photos of alien spacecraft sometime in 1989. The commander claimed he was given the photos by an anonymous military intelligence officer and then assigned to collect information on UFO sightings around the world.

The retired US Navy Commander has not released any names or documents to support his claim, but he said that they were taken near a remote area in Nevada, near Las Vegas. He also claims these are only some of the dozens of other pictures that show extraterrestrial activity on Earth

In a recent interview, retired US Navy Commander Ramon Mercader revealed a story about a UFO sighting he made in 1989. The event happened during the final days of his military career when he was tasked with transporting marine rescue equipment across the country.

Ramon came across what looked like a crashed plane on the highway. He stopped his car to investigate and then realized that it was actually an alien spacecraft that had crashed because of its light intensity. He described it as having “a huge, round top with eight windows and three lights on each side.”

He took some photos before the time ran out and then returned to report it to his superiors. When they asked why he didn’t take photos of it, Ramon replied that “it would have taken too long.”

The images that he shared were captured in 1989. A friend who refused to be named sent these photos to him. According to his friend, he took these photos in an unnamed rural area going to the outskirts of Nashville, Tennessee.

Two alien spacecraft photos show intense circular lights emitted as the aircraft appears to be taking off. The photographer said he was set to snap some photos of the night sky when the strong light strobes caught his attention. As a photographer, it is something that he cannot miss. So he moved closer to the mountain to take his shots. He was using a Canon T-90 and a Canon AE-1. It was around 9:00 in the evening when it happened.

He said he was almost six kilometers away but still felt some hits from the aircraft.

These alien spacecraft photos are just two of the many photos the so-called US Military Whistleblowers have revealed. These photos aim to expose another kind of intelligence unknown to humans. However, no official claims or statements have been released that would render these photos legitimate or authentic. For fans of topics about extraterrestrial beings, these photos are like treasures; however, it is still important to determine if these photos are real or not, as the Internet is filled with a lot of “photoshopped” or fabricated photos nowadays.

Despite all these claims, the US Military and the government, in general, remain mum about this issue, which fuels people’s interests and curiosity even more.

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