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Has an Alien mummy corpse been discovered by the show, "Destination Truth"?

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posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:03 PM
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I'm not saying it's impossible for someone to find something like this.

I am just saying if they found it they wouldn't leave it.




posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:28 PM
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I have to admit it was an entertaining episode and Josh Gates could do stand up if this doesn't work out.

Here are some explanations. What do you think?

Lets remember the guy they interviewed that needed interpretation. He built some sort of stargate in the desert near the mines. Hmmmm, do they expect more tourists in the area? Are the local proactively attracting attention to the area?

Obviously the team attracted some attention in the area while they were there. Is it out of the question to believe some locals pranked them with lights in the desert and a dead chicken in a hole? Did the locals plant ideas in the teams heads prior to the investigation?

It seems too convenient to fall into a whole in a subteranian cave at 3AM and then stick your hand into it and pull out a mummified alien !! C'mon!!

I think Josh was duped !!!



posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:30 PM
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Originally posted by venividivici
I have to admit it was an entertaining episode and Josh Gates could do stand up if this doesn't work out.

Here are some explanations. What do you think?

Lets remember the guy they interviewed that needed interpretation. He built some sort of stargate in the desert near the mines. Hmmmm, do they expect more tourists in the area? Are the local proactively attracting attention to the area?

Obviously the team attracted some attention in the area while they were there. Is it out of the question to believe some locals pranked them with lights in the desert and a dead chicken in a hole? Did the locals plant ideas in the teams heads prior to the investigation?

It seems too convenient to fall into a whole in a subteranian cave at 3AM and then stick your hand into it and pull out a mummified alien !! C'mon!!

I think Josh was duped !!!


those are nice theories.. but how do you explain the parabolic dish emitting a sound w/o a power source???



posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:39 PM
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I didn't see a dish. I don't know if it WASN'T plugged in. I don't know where the sound was coming from. I'm not calling them liars but maybe they were mistaken. Their emotions were running on overdrive, no?



posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:45 PM
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Originally posted by warrenb
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is this real?

just wondering because people have been saying we'll get disclosure soon, who know what form it would be in...

awesome vid


Did you folks miss the Monsterquest episode a while back?

That "Monsterquest" show is the smoking gun for ETs (and they left it hanging).

It was on flying humanoids, but they throw in a small creature that was caught (rat trap) on a farmer's Mexican ranch where ET-like creatures had been seen. They take samples to do a DNA test.

I first heard of this story earlier this year. In 2007 a farmer had caught this creature in an animal trap (not on purpose). The animal was very aggressive, the farmer was upset because it looked "devilish" and the farmer ended up drowning it in a bucket of water, after several attempts (like a few hours underwater and it was still alive).

What they didn't say on Monsterquest, but did in the original story, is that the farmer was later found in his car burnt to a crisp.

So, at the very end of the show, in the last minute, the DNA lab tech says, looking a little stunned, that the results showed NO (zero) matches to any known DNA. The End....!

There was an update a while ago on Coast 2 Coast, in which 3 more DNA tests were done (different labs) . Two came back with ZERO hits to any terrestrial DNA and one came back with a hit (that the person would not reveal) and that one was getting redone, I think.



posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:48 PM
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pretty freaky stuff here, thanks for sharing, SnF

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posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:48 PM
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posted on Oct, 9 2009 @ 11:48 PM
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posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 12:00 AM
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Since no conclusions could be arrived at, one should not jump to them and declare everything "alien". There could be prosaic explanations which have yet to be discovered since it's obvious that additional work needs to be done with the "body" that was found. I don't remember seeing x-rays of the creature to determine if it had a skeleton. It looked like a splayed chicken to me. And one doesn't know what the ancients were doing as far as rituals.

When it comes to electronics, we are all swimming in a sea of waves and you don't know when equipment is going to be affected. Much like a neighbor's remote operates someone else's garage.

Stay sane inside of insanity!

These shows are not that great anyway as by the hour's end we still have not had anything revealed. No monsters found, no final conclusions. Didn't happen with "UFO HUNTERS," doesn't happen with ghost hunters, always iffy ends.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 12:04 AM
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I didn't see a dish. I don't know if it WASN'T plugged in. I don't know where the sound was coming from. I'm not calling them liars but maybe they were mistaken. Their emotions were running on overdrive, no?


They were making an episode for TV to sell that means it must be entertaining it doesn't mean it has to be true. Ratings, ratings, Chickens and all - Just thinking chickens come from the supermarket without heads. Ok Just saying.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 02:52 AM
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well it wasnt a chicken clearly, if two animal experts said it wasnt a chicken. so its unidentified.

its fine to be skeptical, but when your skepticism leads you to disbelieving experts without any indication as to why they would lie, then i think you're taking it too far.

and that looks nothing like a chicken. have you people SEEN a chicken? look up a picture of one and check the clawed feet. that is NOT a chicken, sorry people.

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posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 02:59 AM
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just watched it..wow, pretty far out!

Seems like whoever they left the remains with would have figured something out by now.

I've always wondered how much creative liberty they put into these shows to make them exciting.

On a recent Ghost Hunters they went to a house on an island out near where I live (Meatloaf was with them). Meatloaf put a water bottle on a window seal in a bathroom which was caught on tape. Than after a couple of minutes they found the water bottle sitting on the toilet or behind the toilet (can't remember). The cameras pretty much confirmed that no one had gone back into the bathroom. At least it looked that way, would someone off camera that wasn't taped on the show at all have done it? It seemed like a pretty significant event to me that they didn't go back and really show the proof that no one could have gone back in there.

Anyways..another awesome thread! S&F Look forward to hearing more about the remains they found.

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posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:13 AM
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Man, I need to get off basic cable lol



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:29 AM
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its fine to be skeptical, but when your skepticism leads you to disbelieving experts without any indication as to why they would lie, then i think you're taking it too far.


I am sure they did not lie but given a photo only of a piece of manufactured flesh and bone at best or a made up piece of costume prop for TV - sure they would say I dunno, that's not a lie.

Remember this has to be entertaining for people who are easily lead from reality, and they get paid - Hoax all the way.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:33 AM
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I used to call this show "Destination Maybe" as they never find anything good...this season has been great...that one episode in Europe when they were in that weird circle clearing in the woods was spooky...Chernobyl was just insanely creepy...and now this wasn't so bad...I really wish they could go back out there another few days with more equipment...

My first thought of the "mummy" however, is that it is a half mummified half rotting corpse of a chihuahua or other small animal...the fabric was almost on the corpse like a little sweater or something...the rear legs looked weird but a front paw looked pretty animal like to me...

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posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:37 AM
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I must admit, this site has become my personal "guilty pleasure" - its like pretentiously pretending to read nothing but literary classics while hiding those cheesy romance novels under my bed. ;P I know I shouldn't - but I just can't help myself... (actually, I loath romance novels - but I do like a good old sci-fi romp)

There's ZERO understanding (or at least so it would seem by the typical responses) or interest in any real or meaningful scientific or academic research in such topics (of course not, all that methodology and rigorous testing would make for very boring, un-Indian Jones-like TeeVee). Especially when such examinations of claims would lead to likely, very boring, terrestrial explanations.

I "want to believe" as much as the next guy or gal, but it cracks me up when people watch shows like this and then ramble on about how interesting or "real " it might be. If you honestly think that ANY part of this is anything more than TeeVee entertainment, then you really do need to take science again.

Serious researchers would have handled such a "site" much differently - with a lot of repetitive and painfully slow methodologies. But that does not make for a good teevee show with roughly 47 minutes of air time.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 03:43 AM
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I also saw the show Wednesday night - Syfy channel, 10PM. It was a really good show, and honestly it would be really cool if none of this was made up just for some TV show; but let's face the facts here - it's just a TV show, anyone with cable can tune in and watch it... it is REALLY hard to honestly believe these guys found the corpse of an "alien" in a hole down in the bottom of a cave, complete with it's head cut off and wrapped up in cloth... As far as the lights, weird noises, and something throwing a rock at them - again, it's a TV show, anyone with a video camera can do the same thing.

I remember when the Blair Witch movie first came out in the theaters; everyone totally believed it was a real documentary - until they sold tons of tickets and a few weeks later came out and told everyone they just made it all up.

However, anything is possible - and personally these days, I'm praying the aliens show up in 2012... so I went ahead and did some research. Enjoy.

Some general info about the "Syfy" channel taken directly from Syfy.com:


1. Why are you changing your name?

Although we love the name Sci Fi, because it's a generic term, we can never own it. As the way people watch TV changes, that's becoming a growing issue for us. When we started out 16 years ago, we had one cable network in the US and everyone watched TV live. By the end of 2009, we'll be in 50 countries, our content will be distributed across dozens of new platforms - from Hulu and iTunes to mobile phones and game consoles - and a growing number of viewers no longer watch live.


Then a little bit more info about the whole "alien mummy" thing, taken directly from www.syfy.com... id=102


Deep inside of a volcanic mountain in Chile is a mine where Indians have toiled since the Spanish Conquest. In the deepest galleries remain strange sculptures of miniature cities and shrines where small, mummified beings sit around a table. Discovered only last year, these beings, less than a foot tall, are considered by locals to be from another world. The Araucanian Indians who live in the area also consider the mine haunted and report witnessing the small creatures wandering around in the darkness. The Indians have turned the mine into a shrine and worship the mysterious creatures within. Two similar mummies have been removed from a ghost town near the mine and sent to Santiago for analysis. Preliminary findings suggest that the skeletons are anomalous and may not be human.


And then of course, here's some general info about Josh Gates taken directly from none other than Wikipedia:

en.wikipedia.org...

I also did a little bit of research on the side as to just exactly who created the whole Blair Witch Project back in 1999, just out of curiosity - turns out it was a group known as Haxan - but without making this post incredibly too long to bother reading thru, basically there are connections to Disney World that exist between the guys who created the Blair Witch movie to the guys who are involved with Josh Gates and the show Destination Truth - apparently he met up with a man by the name of Joe Rohde, who just so happens to be Executive Designer of Walt Disney Imagineering.... coincidence? You tell me.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 04:31 AM
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Well some here thought it was the sounds which captivated them and some thought it the light over the ridge. But for me it was the hooves of the creature. That is the weirdness that links it to ET imho.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 05:07 AM
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To be honest, its all contrived nonsense for me, A chicken with hacked off head and feet shaved to look like hooves and a selection of most haunted type chills

Pure and utter made for entertainment..

Or don't people find it utterly amazing that NONE of these types of show EVER find an identified 100% result, it's always a possible, a maybe.

I'm sorry, these shows have a small shelf life, they take known myths or unknowns and play with them a bit and then stick a bit of eye candy on then clear off. I'm not saying the things they investigate are false but better people have spent more time and expertise than these guys.



posted on Oct, 10 2009 @ 05:30 AM
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why didnt they head for the light when it started fading? you can't make out what it is other that it's a bright light from that distance.
but was interesting, wonder what is down that shaft the "light" or "thing" inside the cave/mine whent down in. they didn't follow it down there either.

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