Gil's "story" is in an abbreviated form on a site called Eyepod.org - here
. Gil mentions
either on eyepod.org or his own site that his house burned down, and with it most of the photos and video he had accumulated. He says that the
site owner, and the owner confirms, shared the same tragedy.
Eyepod.org has some good photos and videos. These two gentleman share a sincere interest in getting information out to the public.
I'm posting again here to draw attention to what Gil is doing, and to avoid having him dismissed as a paranoid kook. He is taking photos at night
with a 35mm digital (film?) camera, using existing light, and sometimes using prolonged exposure; especially, during darker shoots. As well, he is
using photo editing software and is digitally lightening the dark photos, which reveals these strange objects. The Mexican UFO Conference video shows
other similar nighttime photos that the speaker shows on a large screen. The speaker digitally lightens those photos, revealing alien beings in the
dark background...This is all important to note.
He claims to have had sightings since he was young (high school?). It is somewhat tough to get past his description of his experiences, which include
description of alien beings, their odd behavior, and his understanding of some of their craft technology. This is only because he claims so much, as
many others have.
In any event, I think what can be taken away is some interesting photos, advice on techniques, times and possible locations to shoot, and the
possibility that what he is saying could be real.
Gil is going about this in an investigatory manner anyway. He is taking photos and video where he can. This is one nighttime
he took, which he has
placed on his website. He mentions that there are two beings in front of this train car that weren't there when he took the photo. He also claims to
have been the victim of harrassment and an investigation (at least one), so he may be onto something with his investigations.
That's for you to decide...
[edit on 3-11-2006 by OnTheDeck]