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Alleged photographs of ET beings:

Here is a collection of various photographs that are very likely hoaxed, or for which he opinion that they do show extraterrestrial beings is a leap of faith, but for which no definite evidence that they are hoaxes exist so far to my knowledge.

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 that are probably hoaxed:


Computerized ET:

A series of dubious pictures appeared on the anonymous web site of an individual in California, which I discovered to be a certain Televorso, Elly, hoovertrans@hotmail.com, 3 xstreet Los Angeles, California 90210. The web site www.insidior.com, obviously shows a great graphic talent, judging by the design of the web site and the nice choice of color matching between the so-called ET picture and the site's background graphics. The information is scarce. The pictures then spread over the Internet, these copies such as on www.sentistoria.it/alieni%20in%20giardino.htm strangely fail to mention the original site most of the time. The being has all the characteristics of computer design. More indication of hoaxes are that though it is said that the images are stills from a 1999 UK video taken by a Mr. XXXX, only the still are shown although the webmaster proposes other UFO videos to download, including the "Alternative 3" fiction on which a known hoax is based. My verdict? 99.99% sure this is a hoax.

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Pataphysical ET:

Presented as "ET transleted to theit ship throuigh an interdimensionnal door." (Sic) I see no ET no door and no UFO here, only a blur. This is likely not even a photograph. A dozen or so of such picture is presented on a web site from an Argentinean fellow claiming he had several encounters, with comments such as "17º) - Extraterrestrial beings with a higlt evolution. Their bodies vibrate more than 900.000 cycles of atomie movement per second. Photo April, 1992 - Campo del Cielo." Yawn.

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Alien skull found in Bulgaria:

The alleged alien skull found in Bulgaria in 2001 may be a complete fraud, or some basin bone of some animal. At this time, the story is still developing.

I have much more information about it in this page, including 5 close photographs with a good resolution.

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ET:

The only information is the file name, "guagua," and I know nothing else.

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ET:

The only indication is that the amateur web site that adds it to a collection of "aliens" says "phenomeno photo curiosa." The image is impossible to analyze, and merely strongly suggest that it is a hoax, or a SF illustration of some hardcover book.

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Blurry picture:

This picture appeared on a web portal dedicated to the paranormal in a "photographs of extraterrestrial beings" section. Not one bit of information was offered, no source, no date, no place, no name. A dozen of reader's comments were ranging from "i believe it's true" to "it's a fake" but no useable information whatsoever appeared.

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Alleged infrared alien:

Kathy M (chattykathym@hotmail.com) sent this image to radio host Art Bell with the information: "My ex-husband is an avid hunter, traveling to deer blinds across southeast Missouri. He is a technology buff and uses night vision goggles to traverse the terrain so they can be in the blind at daybreak. On this trip, near Cape Girardeau last year, when they had to go through a cemetery about 3 miles from town, with a camera attached to the night vision goggles, they snapped some shots of the cemetery. I developed the film for them. This was the first shot on the roll; it doesn't show this on any other shots." It was specified that Art Bell's webmaster enhanced the image. The alien figure looks very conform to the conventional "modern" alien type as imposed by science-fiction and the media.

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Luminous alien in garage:

One Jules Derome, in Quebec, photographed what he described as luminous humanoid shapes in his garage, on January 9, 1967.

The case file is here.

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Another "Alien-in-a-jar":

On February 7, 2006, the website of the French newspaper Libération says at http://www.liberation.fr/page.php?Article=357475 that the British daily newspaper "The Guardian" reports the discovery of a strange extraterrestrial creature in a flask by Barney Broom, a 54 year old playwriter who was renovating the attic of a cottage that he bought 8 months ago in Gunthorpe, Northfolk, Great Britain. The opaque bottle was wrapped in an old "Daily Mirror" newspaper of October 1947, the creature has large black eyes, 30 cm in height and 4 toes at the feet. On one foot numbers were painted which were said to be US serial numbers. The cottage is with 45 miles of two American bases.

According to "Libération", a spokesman of the American Air Force indicated that the creature does not belong to its government, that "the serial number could be from a museum" and that all that can be a hoax.

A newsbrief by the Guardian is at http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,,1703094,00.html with an indistinct photograph and the suggestion that the alien could be a model made out of clay.

Many "alien-in-a-jar" hoaxes were already perpetrated. In fact, one can even buy in shop or on the web a small plastic alien figure with recommendations for painting it and putting it in a bottle.

Of course, none of the newspapers who publicized this dubious affair - whereas they are fast to make fun of the ufologists - ever followed on the story, a story of no credibility, quickly forgotten.

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An "Alien-in-a-box":

A computer video file appeared anonymously on the Internet on 2007, teases about claims that an UFO crashed in the Peruvian Andes moutains in January 1974 in front of many witnesses; of which none is shown, named or acceptably quoted.

The video briefly shows an old wooden trunk in a shack containing what resembles a naked and degraded humanoid corpse which is claimed to have been recovered by the locals on the spot of UFO crash before the military silenced the incident (see images in this file).

The video, lacking any other information, promises revelations to come about this.

More information and pictures here.

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If you want to believe:

Found on a French blog "OVNI & Co" ("UFOs and co") with a publishing date on that blog of October 29, 2008 and no other information.

(See: krysttoff.canalblog.com/archives/2008/10/29/11159151.html)

The blogger does not give any source, origin, date, for the image he says is a "picture of an Alien certainly killed at the time of a UFO crash" which he estimates "I do not think that this photograph is a forgery. This race of Alien entities is already catalogued."

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On the Web:

A picture with no source and no attached information circulating on the web.

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On the Web:

Another picture with no source and no attached information circulating on the web.

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2002 RUSSIAN UFO TABLOID:

The image was published in the weekly Russian UFO tabloid NLO ("UFO"), St Petersburg, May 27, 2002 issue, on page 5. It seemed it just illustrated an article about "corpses of aliens", with not other indication as of the image. Russian UFO tabloids publish such images regularly, without even a caption indicating whether it is supposed to be "real" images of just fictitious editorial images to illustrate the article.

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From the flea market:

The image, according to a reader who sent it to me in 2007 without any other information, is allegedly from "a mysterious medical footage bought on the flea market", with "no sound track but comments in French." The footage was allegedly shown at a UFO conference in Berlin, Germany, 1999.

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Unknown:

Initially I wrote about this image circulated all over the web without any details: "I look forward to information on this striking classical alien photograph or composite picture."

And put it in the "Photographs without precise data".

On March 16, a reader wrote to me: "Well browsing your website (that I think is great as several members of my family saw the Belgian flap UFOs) I stumbled on the "PHOTOGRAPHS WHITOUT PRECISE DATA" and i found the 2 nd photo: it is, well it seems to me, the small alien of men in black 1, in the robo at the morgue (the background behind was blackened)."

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See also:

Click! Photographs that are not hoaxes but misinterpretations.
Click! Photographs that are not hoaxes but probable 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 without precise data.
Cliquez! Photographs with interpretation problems.
Click! Photographs under debate.
Click! Photographs that might not be hoaxed.



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