posted on May, 22 2004 @ 10:58 PM
Well, I thought it was a pretty good attempt by whoever created the hoax photos from the originals. I've seem much worse when it comes to
'doctored' photos. In fact, the supermarket tabloids have all new sets of bad edit jobs in every issue.
However, I think it would have been a much more convincing hoax had they simply left it as a normal sized skull and bones (edit out the guys digging
and equipment) and just kept the part about the 'Wings & Reptilian teeth.' Although I personally find the Reptilian Theories fairly humorous myself
most of the time, for those out there who have no question as to their existence (either ancient or current), I think that story would have have been
an easier sell. Also I would have scratched all the other little pictures of 'Pet Creatures & Other Blury Meaningless' pictures as well.
Too many crazy far out claims at one time leave too much that people will find holes in. Giant, Winged, Reptillian, Gods/Angels of Ancient Earth is
too much all at once. That's like trying to push the idea of Bigfoot, but throwing in that Bigfoot is actually the son of Chubacca, ariving here
with the Galactic Federation of Planets and perhaps with a skeleton of Yoda by it's side. This hoaxer should have stuck to the 'KISS Rule': KEEP
IT SIMPLE STUPID.
But I still think it was a good effort.