posted on Jul, 12 2008 @ 01:30 AM
reply to post by Promecus
I beg to differ since that path requires we presuppose a factual orangutan/ET.
I choose to look at the accounts first. If the accounts fail, then we are confusing ourselves with the visual representations, which are questionable
We have two accounts.
One individual was sitting in his television room channel surfing when he heard what he thought were roof rats.
He went outside to check his trap, looked up and saw a shadow on his neighbor's roof (above) his bedroom window.
The orangutan quickly slid down to the window sill and went inside.
In the other home we have an individual sleeping in his second floor television room who is awakened by what he describes as a tongue clicking sound.
He runs to the bedroom to discover an ET exiting his window.
It left by similar means in both accounts.
1) it made two quick hops and jolted away.
2) It leaped onto the house next door to me, then on the roof, and vanished.
From the neighbor's account we need to know was the picture taken on entry or exit?
What floor is the neighbor's television room on?
How far was he from the home where the creature entered?
Where was he in relation to the front door?
Was he in position to get a clear view?
Why did he not alert this neighbor, or neighborhood, while his girlfriend was taking pictures?