I say fake....only because the camera is good enough to film moisture on the head but not good enough to film anything around it or on the sides of
it....everything to the sides are unfocused or fuzzy ....you wouldn't have that .....plus whomever is filming , is filming in a darkish room ...turn
on the lights for crying out loud ! Your filming an alien...don't you want to see it ? ....so I say fake. Plus I have yet to see a real one.
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Lets look at the way it's shot, more specifically, the gif like way the camera pans. At the time a camera seemingly black and white only would be
used, the camera man wouldn't be filming like that. Unless they called in some one like Hitchcock to film the aliens head and nothing else.
And to me the aliens skin looks sculpted, I know sculpting techniques I could use to get skin texture like that. Ridiculously simple actually. it's
amazing what people can do with clay.
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Although the footage is quite obviously fake... the actual little guy in it seems quite accurate, apart from the proportions... Cranial dimensions,
chin and the nose is too big, it should be more or less just tiny slots and no protrusion.
Note the blurriness and the spots and dots from dust and deterioration. The clip you offer has none of this. Therefore a completely amateur fake using
some modern ye olde film effect to try and pass it off.
It would have been more convincing in 720p colour. But then we would have seen how crappy the dummy they made really is.
What's real or fake anymore? Video and editing technology has gotten to a point where even with a trained eye some professionals can't be 100% sure
of the authenticity of some videos. Sure the video looks clean and sharp for black and white video footage back then, but most advances in technology
are usually adapted for military use before it's put on the market for consumer applications. For those of us who can remember way back when they had
recording tape. Remember this ad...
Look's to smooth to be old fashioned cine reel, the scratches on the film can be seen to be just an effect overlaid on a smooth digital even frame
image, if they were not the image with those scratches would jump and judder slightly, the resolution is not the problem the angle is too constant and
avoids other view' of the supposed alien and the alien itself look's like a copy of the Stargate SG1 Alien's from the TV sci-fi show (which unlike the
UFO phenomena paint's it's sci fi gray's as also being it's Nordic's were real world witness account's would suggest the gray and the Nordic may even
have animosity between them).
My take it is cool but definitely fake.
So to recap, the frame rate is too smooth and appears higher than a small camera of the time would have been capable of - remember they were a
balance between weight and number of images on the negative's so there frame rate was far more rationed than that video and so called moving images
were actually a series of still frame's shown one after another in sequence just like to today but they had to contend with the bulk of the camera and
how much film they used and so often the rate was about 30 fps or so.
The Scratch effect's do not match the frame rate and are obviously overlain.
The Alien is more like (Identical too) the Science fiction alien's called the Asgard from the sci fi show Stargate SG1 with the Exception of the Nose
and this make's me think this could even be an early prop from an earlier version of them than it is to the genuine UFO account's of Gray Entity's.
Description's of Gray Alien's mostly from the US come in a wide variety of form's, some are not even gray but tan or peach coloured like on the image
of Whitley Streibers Communion best Seller and they range from this (also insectoid alien's similar to preying mantis that may wear a gray alien
suit?) to other account's and possible image's of being's with massive head's that DO look quite different so they if real do not indicate a single
race but several all termed Gray Alien's.
But this image is far more Science fiction like but then never say never?.
Actually fake's infuriate me, there makers are talented and clever but the harm they can do to a subject is inestimable.
I just googled this, this is film footage, hand held camera of US soldiers watching the Atom bomb tests (human guinea pig's) in the 50's so
significantly after the Roswell incident for example occurred, note the shake of the camera and this is a good camera man, now the film will have
deteriorated in that time since it was filmed before it was digitized but this help's to see how it looked.
I wonder how many of those men went on to suffer severe health issue's related to radioactive exposure.
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