A Las Vegas family of four are standing by their story that aliens crash-landed in their backyard and have even produced sketches of what they say they saw to backup their outlandish claims.
The aliens’ news
In an interview with Inside Edition, the Kenmore family – who went viral earlier this year after calling 911 to report the apparent invasion – stuck to their story.
They also added new details to their farfetched tale, claiming to have seen a black Chevrolet Suburban with ‘government plates on it’ soon after they clapped eyes on their extra-terrestrial pals.
The family remained anonymous for months out of fear of being ridiculed. In their 911 call, they claimed that two giant aliens landed in their backyard in a UFO.
Elder son Angel also opened up about the unexpected attention the family had received.
He said total strangers had since flocked to house to see where the aliens landed, and even climbed over the fence.
‘They didn’t want that publicity,’ attorney Sam Heidari said.
‘The only thing they did was reporting it to the police.’
He was hired by the family to sue any trespassers, if needed.
When asked for his perspective on the Kenmores’ claims, the lawyer said: ‘I believe that they believe that it was real.’
Surrounded by film cameras, the family sat at their kitchen island, where they were asked to draw what they recalled from memory.
Bobby pointed out the glowing, antennae-like ears and mouth full of gnashing teeth in his drawing. He said the being didn’t appear to have a nose.
Angel colored in his alien with gray pencil, noting that he was trying to keep the color accurate to what he had seen.
Description of the aliens
He said the alien had a ball of light beside it and stood with one leg bent.
Angel gave an earlier account in a video posted to YouTube on June 8. It garnered just under a million views in three months.
On the evening of May 1, the then-16-year-old explained, he and his brother heard something falling from the sky before observing a flash of light.
They felt the impact of something hitting the ground, followed by a loud bang.
Angel said they were then hit with a shockwave, likening the sensation to ‘an out of body experience’.
He said the entire backyard was blurry when he tried to look at the fallen object, and he heard ‘thousands of footsteps’ all around him before the blurriness subsided.
A police officer’s bodycam captured a greenish light blazing through the sky on the same evening.
As the officer stood speaking to a neighbor, the light could be seen spiraling from the sky and trailing behind a house.
Angel’s story was further corroborated by footage from a neighbor’s Ring camera, which captured a whooshing sound and an enormous bang.