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Alleged photographs of ET beings:

Here are several photographs of alleged aliens for which there is a debate between those who claim they are genuine, and those who claim they are hoaxed, and for which I do not feel comfortable in taking one side or the other yet.

Warning:

After gathering and investigating many alleged photographs of extraterrestrial beings, my overall impression is that most of them are proven hoaxes, some of the rest might be genuine or hoaxed. But it is not within my range of competence to qualify each photograph as hoax or genuine. I am not claiming any kind of "truth," I have no desire to "convince" any one in any way, I have no certain "final word" explanation for most of the pictures presented here.

This section of the site is only intended as a recollection of such photographs and offers comments from various sources, "as is." I appreciate every precise information item you might offer.

Careful: some of these pictures are rather disturbing, even in the cases of proven hoaxes. Please leave this page now if you are not willing to confront disturbing or frightening pictures.


Photographs under debate:


Falkville, Alabama, USA, 1973:

Chief of Police Greenshaw in Falkville Alabama, after receiving a telephone call about and landed UFO, came upon this creature while investigating the location in his patrol car, and took pictures.

The picture is from the "Quest" images library.

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Filiberto Caponi:

In July 1993, radar in Rome and in the Marches detected a UFO, and the Italian Air Force allegedly destroyed it with 2 air-to-air missiles. The fragments fell in the canal of Monte Vettore near Arquata. The pilots saw 3 balls leaving the UFO before the explosion. Three days later, on 23 July, Filiberto Caponi, an Italian ceramist, claims to have met an alien creature several times outside his house in the same area in Pretare d'Arquata in the Abruzzi. He captured it on 6 Polaroid shots.

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The photos Caponi showed, the originals Polaroid machine, were and remain disturbing. They show, in sequence, the being in a various positions, seated, later nearly erected, in painful physical conditions. He seems of small dimensions, rather robust, with a skin that in the first pictures appears burnished and thick and in the last completely red. The photos were published by the Seen weekly magazine n.43, October 28, 1993, and then introduced on TV during the program "Your Facts" Friday, November 5, 1993.


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Caponi was always consistent in his account, and has not sold but literally let free all the pictures. He then was formally accused by the Italian Police of "dissemination of false or exaggerated (sic) news to upset the public order" and they confiscated the photographic material. Because this occurred after the pictures were shown in several countries such as Spain and France, Italian investigators were totally puzzled and still do not understand today the late "confiscation" of the Polaroids by the Police. Later, the police restituted the pictures again, and several Italian reports and analysis tend to indicated that they do show an extraterrestrial being.

File on this case here.

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The Ikley Moore alien:

In March of 1999, FATE Magazine published this article about a creature photographed by an anonymous alleged abductee. The photo is dated early morning December 1, 1987. Notice the length of the arms on the creature. The photographer said the alien appeared to be carrying a box of some sort.

File on this case here.


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See also:

Click! Photographs that are not hoaxes but misinterpretations.
Click! Photographs that are admitted hoaxes.
Click! Photographs of non-aliens later presented as "true" aliens.
Click! Photographs considered as hoaxes but not admitted hoaxes.
Click! Photographs that are probably hoaxes.
Click! Photographs without precise data.
Cliquez! Photographs with interpretation problems.
Click! Photographs that might not be hoaxed.



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