posted on Apr, 29 2009 @ 12:26 PM
the image is not crystal clear, its entirely blurry for those that cant see. if the thing was running/moving quickly it makes perfect sense that it
should come out with some semi transparent parts as the camera could not keep up. the thing i was looking at to disprove it was the lack of a shadow,
but it seems to be a cloudy day, possibly around noon, and none of the hedges/bushes/other objects seem to have a shadow either. the picture being a
tad blurry and taken from an awkward angle makes these details very hard to see as well.
the sheer size of it alone compared to its surroundings would mean that this was the biggest frog ever caught on film (at least the size of a smaller
mid sized dog) if it really is just some jumping frog. it really does not seem to be the case here thanks to the comparisons from earlier on the way a
frog moves its body. this one was running very much like a person, bending its legs.
i was reading an article a while back and seeing this picture again, and the suggestion of frog made me remember it. i honestly think this is a
picture of a loveland lizard. they are supposed to be humanoid frogs about 3-4 feet tall, walking upright on their hind legs, and fairly intelligent.
sort of like yeti's in that their smart enough to not be seen very often.
here is a link to the article that i remember reading on it -
to me it does very much look to have the head of a frog, the body not so much, and the report stated by the two officers didnt say it had a generic
looking frog body either, maybe because of the strange hair covering it.
anyone else ever read anything on these strange creatures? hope i'm getting somewhere as no one on this thread has mentioned loveland lizards being
anyways, hope i'm onto something here.