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Originally posted by epitaph.one
nah its not weird but so you dont have to bump your thread again...heres a reply.
Originally posted by dragonsmusic
Why don't you think this piece is weird?
Originally posted by MotherGoose
What i learned long ago is that on ats lizardpeoples and reptillians are normal.
Originally posted by ladyinwaiting
reply to post by kode
...I also noticed the comment about the blood on the woman's car being tested, but no other remarks whatsoever about what the test revealed.
It would have at least identified the nature of the beast; human, animal or reptile, I should think. I'm curious about why this was not discussed more extensively, and think it would have been had it been something noteworthy, don't you? I mean the story would have lost it's value if they reported for example, this was canine blood, or whatever.
In any case, I've never seen this story before and it's interesting.
Originally posted by zachi
I would also like to know what happened to the blood samples from the car. Does the car still exist? Maybe you get an idea of the claws or dentation of the critter from the damage. It's been since 1988, probably nothing left. So, did she mean the lizardman ate the cats or that they ran away? No blood of cat body parts anywhere? At least he believes in the "clean plate club" and picks up after himself. It's nice to find a polite monster.
Originally posted by dragonsmusic Ok, to that I say, if they are real, then maybe they are not as sly as people might think. Or... if they are real then their ranks are dividing and this is one example of one that is hiding...
Originally posted by dragonsmusic Or it's just a reptile cryptoid and not at all a hypbrid. To that I say I am just now getting into what people have to say about reptilians, but I am learning. What you say about it being sick and an outcast is interesting. Though the risk factor involved with blowing the whole scheme would seem to make that hypothesis void, as you yourself state that it could.
Originally posted by dragonsmusic Now perhaps this next part is Icke-like or perhaps for a moment I've put Icke aside, but the terra papers talk about the lizard people in terms of several different groups. Some are mentioned as the ground dwelling ones, which resonates with what you said about it being a different type of cryptoid.
Originally posted by drew hempel
reply to post by dragonsmusic
Here you go -- the DNA was finally got for recombinant (male and female) on the starchild "Lizardman" skull -- demonstrating it's not fully human.......?????