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A video that purportedly shows a living, breathing space alien will be shown to the news media Friday (May, 30) in Denver.
Jeff Peckman, who is pushing a ballot initiative to create an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission in Denver to prepare the city for close encounters of the alien kind, said the video is authentic and convinced him that aliens exist.
"It shows an extraterrestrial's head popping up outside of a window at night, looking in the window, that's visible through an infrared camera," he said. The alien is about 4 feet tall and can be seen blinking, Peckman said earlier this month.
STAN ROMANEK, 40, is a native of Colorado, married with three children. Stan has displayed many natural talents from a graphic artist to an expert flute player, and past IQ testing scored him in the genius range, yet ironically, his lifelong dyslexia has limited his academic ability. On December 27, 2000, Stan had the first of many UFO sightings and encounters that have challenged his sense of reality, and that of his family. Though Stan has little education in math, an amazing series of mathematical equations emerged both during and after a hypnotic regression that seem connected to his UFO experiences. Stan shares his story in video footage and slides.
It shows an extraterrestrial's head popping up outside of a window at night, looking in the window, that's visible through an infrared camera," he said. The alien is about 4 feet tall and can be seen blinking, Peckman said earlier this month.
Peckman needs to collect the signature of 4,000 Denver residents that agree with him to get his proposal on the ballot in November. Good luck with that. We have a lot of alien problems in this country but coming from space isn’t one of them yet. Hey, I don’t say it’s impossible but since they haven’t revealed themselves why make it an issue. We have enough people on welfare. We don’t need extraterrestrials too. I say, send them back where they came from. Make them get jobs like everyone else. If they get jobs that means they’ll be in China anyway and it isn’t Denver’s problem.
"You could see them blink as they looked in a window and panned a room," Peckman said as he met Thursday with city officials for a required review of his ballot proposal.
David Broadwell, an assistant city attorney, asked Peckman if he was really serious.
Seven high school students from Littleton watched the hearing, wearing tin foil hats they had seen in "Signs," the M. Night Shyamalan movie about aliens.
Peckman, who makes his living selling a new technology he says reduces "the chaos of electromagnetic fields," talked about UFOs landing in Los Angeles and hovering near the White House. He said he's never seen an alien himself.