Glenn Dennis

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Worked at Ballard Funeral Home in Roswell in 1947 and decades later was the first person to confirm rumors of alien bodies.

Glenn Dennis worked at Ballard Funeral Home in Roswell, New Mexico at the time of the renowned incident. The funeral home with the Roswell Army Air Field, RAAF, for any ambulance or mortuary services. After decades of keeping silent, Dennis became the first witness to confirm claims of recovered alien bodies. He alleged that an officer at the RAAF called the funeral home back in July 1947 and asked about the available number of hermetically sealed baby caskets. The man supposedly called a second time to inquire about embalming a body without changing its chemical makeup.

Dennis claimed that later in the afternoon, he helped transport a wounded airman to the base hospital which appeared very busy. While at the hospital, Dennis purportedly asked an officer if there was an accident that the funeral home should be prepared for, at which point the military man became extremely angry and ordered him away. On his way out the doors, Dennis said he came upon a nurse, a friend of his, who told him to "Get the hell out of here.'' The next day, he claimed the two had lunch, and the nurse, visibly shaken, told him about the alien bodies she had seen.

Dennis stated that he kept silent for all the years since the Roswell incident until 1990 because, "I just didn't want to get involved in it. I never told my wife or anybody else. If I'd told this in 1947, who would have believed it anyway? I didn't want my kids getting made fun of because their old man saw flying things." In 1991, Dennis founded the International UFO Museum and Research Center in Roswell.

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