posted on Apr, 20 2014 @ 07:17 PM
There is absolutely no way of knowing if this is real or a hoax. It is just impossible to determine based on video evidence alone. This goes for just
about anything. There is always the possibility of a hoax, unfortunately. I am not convinced aliens are visiting earth in the first place, just to let
you know where I am coming from. But with that said, here is what I think...
If it can be proven that these cameras have been running for a very long time without capturing anything, that is very good for establishing
authenticity. If the person who is doing all this does not have any other sketchy videos, or has not been suspected of attempting to hoax in the past,
then that adds to the credibility of what we're seeing. For instance, if you find a cool looking video on Youtube that says it shows an alien, but
the user has created other videos apparently showing aliens, then a red flag should be raised.
Something like this would be so unlikely that a specific person probably wouldn't continuously capture such great evidence. Most UFO reports seem to
be isolated events. This is just a guideline though, because it is not out of the realm of possibility that an alien would return to a specific
location for some unknown reason, but come on guys, use your heads with something like that. Most hoaxers are repeat offenders, lol, which is good for
being able to discern what is going on.
The fact that the eyes seem to blink is relatively impressive, as no movement at all would have looked highly suspicious. It also seems that the mouth
is moving, but with all the movement from the wind, as well as the grainy quality of the footage, it is hard to tell if the mouth is actually moving
or just appearing to move due to one of these factors.
As far as the game camera filming while the object is there, it depends on the type of camera. It is possible that either these cameras stay running
all the time, or they turn on when movement trips them. Either of those explanations would suffice for this video. The creature was in front of the
camera, although off to the side, which may be enough to turn the camera on.
There is likely some reason the camera was here to begin with. Either they were attempting to document strange happenings, they're looking for
wildlife and accidentally captured this, or it is just part of a hoax. If it is a hoax, how would they have created the alien? I suppose it could be
CGI. Using a model is definitely possible, but the movements didn't strike me as being all that mechanical. At least the eye movement didn't. It
looked "somewhat natural." Although it could be a model. I doubt that it is a person in a mask, unless it were very well formed to the person's
head, but it appears so short that it would have to be a child.
Again, there is absolutely no way to know whether the video depicts an actual extraterrestrial creature, so we just have to offer our best analyses
and hope we're right. The way I see things, this could go either way. I don't think there is enough there on either side to swing my vote to one of
them. If I were forced to answer, I would say that this is a hoax. That is more likely anyway, just because there are not all that many reports, out
of the thousands of UFO reports, that describe aliens walking around in the woods. And I cannot imagine that such a race would get out of their
spaceships to go walking around in the woods all that much. Considering how small they appear to be, one hungry bear could end it all for them in the
blink of an alien eye...unless they have bear spray or ray guns, and in either case I wouldn't want to run into one of these guys.