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Ron S. Stewart, inventor and Imaging scientist was traveling east in Texas on Hwy 59 towards Wharton in the late summer of 2005. Ron always travels with a camera as photography is his passion, the camera a Fujica model ST-605 35 mm-camera using SLR type film and a Hanimex 200 mm telephoto lens. The Sun was just setting with a storm looming over head when Ron noticed a bright flashing red and white light in the midst of a large dark black cloud just over head. Ron pulled his auto to the side of the Road climbing out with his camera
The image below was taken in Texas 2005 by Scientist Ron S. Stewart.
Here are the images produced by APEP, (Advanced Photographic Extraction Process) the images are shocking to say the least but very telling. I have often wondered why the United States Government was so hell bent on keeping the Aliens secret from the public and that we are not ready for disclosure. I for one would rather know the truth even if it is hard to swallow.
Originally posted by free_spirit
reply to post by internos
I can't belive UFO Digest published a fake story with
this photo and some funny alien toys as a bonus, this is outrageous.
[edit on 9-10-2009 by free_spirit]
using SLR type film
Originally posted by Pauligirl
Aliens among us.
Attached is my detailed photographic analysis comparing a South Australian 1993 UFO photo with a UFO photo presented by Ron S. Stewart as taken by himself in 2005. You will find convincing evidence that conclusively determines that the photo that "scientist" Ron S. Stewart presents as his own, originated from the South Australian UFO photo taken in 1993.
I hope you can find the space to post this entire page at it's full size on your site. If it is reduced in size, the comparison details will likely get lost.
I know there are lots of UFO hoaxes out there and most of them are done just for grins, but the fact that this guy is attempting to make money off this photo and his "special UFO imaging process" is fraud.