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This image, almost certainly made by altering a video frame of a child with Kai Power Goo or a similar program, remains the most authentic looking photograph of an apparent alien that I have ever seen.
The reason that I feel this is that it seems to reveal anatomical structures around the black eye covers that I have observed but intentionally never reported anywhere.
In addition, the high level of reflectivity in the eyes that appears here is among the most startling things about face-to-face contact with these people. These eyes appear far more reflective than normal.
In the flesh, this extremely bizarre effect takes a lot of getting used to.
This image came as a GIF file entitled "Andy.gif" to a correspondent in the US from a source in the UK.
I have copyrighted it in the name of the Communion Foundation, and it is not for distribution without permission.
Copyright will be returned to the originator of the image upon presentation of proof of identity.
Whether this is a model or not, it is terribly authentic, so authentic that I believe that it can be used to acclimatize oneself to the actual grays, which is not easy to do you wake up in the middle of the night with one
of them peering into your face.
Originally posted by misswanderer31
reply to post by AlexG141989
It looks like a still picture of this one on youtube:
looks fake to me... just like this vid.
Originally posted by internos
Here's the story of this image:
(Original image, © 1996 Communion Foundation )
Is this the picture the Alien used for his/her/it's myspace default picture?! I think we'll need a pic of it thowing the peace hand gesture in the air in order for us to consider the picture to be real. I'm just sayin...
[edit on 1-5-2008 by snookhums]
Originally posted by beta_2.0
Thanks for posting that photo. I am not going to say that it is real, but it evokes emotion. It's the only photo I've seen so far that gives me the impression that it MIGHT be real. This is from Mexico, right?
Comments from Robert Dean
Bob Dean writes. . .
"Is this real? Several years ago I was attending a UFO conference in Mexico City when a Mexican policeman approached me. He had a photo he said was a legitimate picture, he stated he knew it was an authentic photo of a small grey that had been captured by the Mexican Federal police at a crash site.
His sincerity and serious demeanor impressed me. Being as always cautious and somewhat dubious of such situations, I accepted the picture and thanked him for his efforts.
Over the years I have encountered other pictures that I learned were authentic and reflected on the legitimacy of the present picture. I submit this to the viewers as a very likely authentic photograph of a small grey."
Was this "grey" captured during the so called Mexican Roswell?
Originally posted by Elmer_Dinkley
Really not sure about this one,though it does not
creep me out in anyway,I think I remember reading
a while back,that it`s a manipulated photo of a child.
In November of 1989 AMOCO placed a full-page advertisement in
Aviation Week and Space Technology magazine headlined "Technology
so advanced it will help you answer some big questions." On the
back was a full-page color photo of an alien head and shoulders
with his four-fingered hand raised in a gesture of friendship.
Spokespersons for AMOCO said this is a photo of a ten-inch model.
One NASA employee who received a copy of the photo in the mail said
he thinks it is a photo of an alien taken by another alien with a
camera provided by a NASA source. High quality copies show moisture
in the corner of the left eye and thin hairs on the neck. Many
people think this is not a photo of a ten-inch model. I asked the
lady on the advertised 800 number if this ad sold much of their
product. She said no, but they got a tremendous number of inquiries
about the alien picture. This ad was repeated in Aviation Week and
other aerospace magazines, some in even larger format. While I was
in the Air Force we knew this as "Aviation Leak" magazine; because,
much information, when declassified, reached the public through
its pages without being released at a press conference. This
insured responsible and accurate reporting.