Regarding head ridges: The man with glasses appears to have it as well.
Dunno if it's a photographic/light/makeup/screwup thing or not- but it's iteresting that it seems to be a shared trait.
But what really interests me is the actual article itself.
At the end of the first day there was some commotion when the audience noticed the presence of two men and a woman with an exotic appearance. The
rumor started that they were disguised Venusians. Those that Adamski had talked about a few hours before.
These people didn't start the commotion- nor were they interested in it. They said that they were not
venusians. What's more; they weren't
okay with being photographed, either.
Martins asked if he could photograph them, but they refused. They were bothered and tired of being called Venusians
Following this, the group was withdrawn from most of the members of the show, according to the account.
Pretty normal behaviour if you ask me. If someone walked up to me and asked me if I was from Venus one day, I'd say no. If they asked for my picture
and dragged out all their friends to treat me like a display, I'd probably be unsociable too!!
Or call the cops.
The things that really draw me to this story aren't just the photographs, but the means by which they were supposedly taken.
If these three weren't interested in getting their photographs taken until the end of the last day- why then?
Why are (Who I pressume to be) Donald's glasses all wonky? (Aside from being twisted outward, it appears that the second lense may also be cracked.
Was there a scuffle?) Why pose and smile for something they were clearly uninterested in?
Do I believe that the photographer snuck up on Dolores? Absolutely not. This isn't a walking pose. Nor is it a "I'm just catching my breath and
enjoying the scenery" pose.
She's there, waiting, patiently in the standing photograph.
The facial photograph is so close that I find it hard to believe she would have been surprised at all if the guy whipped it out to take a snapshot.
As far as their facial features concern me:
All three of these people look like Brazilian to me. She's got a little bit of a masculine face, a high forehead, large features coupled with a
small, blocky canvasse.
It's not a wonder they thought her alien- she looks exotic and foriegn. In a conference where they were being told that the venusians were tall,
blonde haired, beautiful-- I can think of several people who would have probably been mistaken for said aliens.
Her male counterparts look far more "normal" than she does -if you nevermind the ridge on Donald's forhead. Donald appears to be handsome and
perhaps a little timid. Bill looks young and a little bit awkward.
Neither of these are men I'd look twice at for being strange looking, or alien.
The Story's full of holes, the photo's are unexplainable and the aside from Dolores herself- the people are fairly unremarkable.
Oh to own a time machine. I'd love to know what really happened!