Former Lockheed Martin engineer from Texas: I met aliens at Area 51http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local/article/Former-Lockheed-Martin-engineer-from-Texas-I-met-5858753.php
A video featuring Texas man Boyd Bushman, a former Lockheed Martin and Texas Instruments engineer who died Aug. 7 at age 78, describing his encounters with "aliens" while working at Area 51 has been making the rounds on social media and news sites.
In the video, shot by an aerospace engineer named Mark Q. Patterson and posted Oct. 21, Bushman shows several out-of-focus and blurry photos taken with a disposable camera of what he claims are aliens.
"There are two groups of aliens," said Bushman, who has more than 25 patents registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, most of which are held by Lockheed Martin. "They divide them into two groups. One group are wranglers (пастухи, ковбои), and the others are rustlers (конокрады) – the ones who are stealers of cattle. The two groups act differently. The ones that are wranglers are much more friendly, and have a better relationship with us."
Bushman claimed the "aliens" — which definitely share no resemblance to the common conception of extraterrestrials shown in, say, this alien prop on Amazon or any B-movies from the 1950s — are about five feet tall and use telepathy to communicate with others while flying saucer-shaped aircraft.
The Lewisville native described most of the "aliens" he encountered as "friendly" while showing photos of their dead bodies.
A biography accessed through Internet archiving site Wayback Machine says Bushman worked at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, working in "advanced aircraft concepts" and developing laser, electro-optical sensor and power systems.
He also purportedly worked at Texas Instruments to create "laser guided smart bombs, Tank Mounted Infrared FLIR systems, focal plane arrays and GPS Systems."