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Originally posted by Springer
This is an old, well worn image that has been making the rounds of the web since 1997 that I am aware of first hand. Whitley Streiber (author of "Communion" among other titles) remarked that this particular image had the best (most genuine looking) representation of the eyes of any image he had seen. Again those remarks were back in 1998 I think.
In reality this image has been hotly contested several times to no avail IMHO. There is no way of getting any traction on something like this when there is zero data to go with it.
There is no way of getting any traction on something like this when there is zero data to go with it.
Because it happened in the same timeframe, according to the story.
Originally posted by goosdawg
How can we be sure that the images of this figure is tied to the downed ship?
Or did I miss something?