TUVPO UFO BLACK LIST
- ALEX BIRCH(BLACK LIST MEMBER)
According to the original story, Alex and a friend were outdoors
playing with a Brownie box camera on March 2, 1962 when they happened to see
five unusual objects in the sky, seeming to hover over some trees. Alex
managed to take one photo before the objects disappeared.
That photo made him famous. Kodak experts said they could find no
evidence of fraud. British Air Ministry and the Pentagon examined copies and
ordered an investigation. The picture appeared in newspapers, magazines and
TV throughout the world. Alex became a celebrity guest at UFO conferences.
But after ten years of hoopla, Alex called a press conference and
the photo was fake. He showed how he had done it, pasting images of the
UFOs on a piece of glass, then snapping a photo. At the time, some UFO
researchers rejected the hoax story. Others said they knew it all along.
Now, explaining why he changed his story, Alex says, "With the fame
came a lot of misery. I faced a lot of ridicule and pressure. I decided to
claim it was a fake in the hope that it would all go away and the pressure
would be taken off me. But it did not work like that." He says he was often
accused of making large sums of money with the photo but insists he made
"The reason I have now decided to let the real story be known is
because I think it is important that the public should know," Alex says. The
Roswell UFO Museum wants to display his old camera alongside the photo,
they reportedly believe is authentic. But he has not decided whether to part
with the camera yet.
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