Shortly after Case wrote a story describing the grave marker, somebody stole it.
Today, nobody is sure exactly where the pilot was buried.
Although some people claim the story is not true and was created by Aurora residents to boost tourism, many other people do believe that a spaceship crash-landed there.
The case of the alien that fell from the sky in Aurora, Texas, continues to fascinate people to this very day.
In 1973, newspaper reporter Bill Case described the marker as having a strange design on it resembling a flying saucer with portholes.
In 2008, an unmarked grave dating back to the 1890s was found at the Aurora Cemetery during the filming of a television show called “UFO Hunters” for the History Channel.
Since the owners of the cemetery will not allow anyone to dig up the grave, nobody knows if it is the grave of the strange pilot.
Homicide detectives told reporters gathered outside the home on Friday that there were no signs of forced entry.
The deaths shocked Canadian high society and prompted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to make a statement.