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UFO expert used alias to warn world about Area 51 alien experiments back in 1989

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A UFO expert once warned the world about Area 51, using an alias to protect his identity.

Bob Lazar, 64, is an American extraterrestrial enthusiast who claims to have worked with extraterrestrial technology at a little-known military base known as S-4, not far from Area 51.

The controversial figure reportedly lifted the curtain on alleged secret studies into alien life, saying he was hired to reverse-engineer alien tech and had not only seen US Government briefing documents on the topic, but a real-life spaceship too.

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Nowadays Lazar is generally regarded as a well-known conspiracy theorist, but when he first started spilling Area 51's apparent secrets he made an effort to keep a lower profile.

In a 1989 live interview with CBS’ KLAS-TV, a mysterious figure named Dennis made shocking claims about the US military and its involvement in the otherworldly.

But resharing the footage in 2019, the channel said Dennis was in fact Lazar using a pseudonym to protect his identity, reports LadBible.

Presenter Denise Valdez said: "A lot has changed in the decade since Bob Lazar first told this wild story.

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"The Pentagon recently admitted that it really has been secretly studying UFOs, and that it wanted to figure out and duplicate that technology."

The original 1989 interview saw Lazar confess: "There's really no way I can prove it without revealing my identity and getting myself into more trouble than I have already."

But asked "exactly what's going on up there", the alien fanatic replied in detail, claiming: "Well, there’s several – actually, nine – flying saucers, flying discs, that are out there of extra-terrestrial origin, and they’re basically being dismantled.

"Some are in various stages of completion, built from other parts, and they’re being test-flown and basically just analysed," he continued, adding some of the UFOs were "100% intact and operate perfectly."

"The other ones are being taken apart," he added.

But while "Dennis" seemed knowledgeable on Area 51's goings-on, he admitted he didn't have "the slightest idea" how the US Government had allegedly got its hands on the saucers.

"You have to understand the information is very compartmentalised," he said.

While Lazar's claims may be compelling, his credibility has often been thrown into question, meaning his account of the shady goings-on of Area 51's S-4 area may not be completely accurate.

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