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Abduction marks # 1
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Comment icon #5 Posted by Scotty45 on 24 March, 2012, 1:11
I'm sorry,But trying mega hard to see any outstanding marks triangular or other that could be construed as proof positive of an alien abduction. One word............SEAL(singer not the mammal,lol)
Comment icon #4 Posted by Dr. Mirdad on 26 March, 2012, 13:49
I dont understand how how you dont see them, but its all well and good. Look at this next picture where it is mapped out and compare the two and you might be able to see with out the mapping. But if you dont, its all good bro. Thanks for stopping by and posting..
Comment icon #3 Posted by greyandwhite on 6 May, 2012, 21:29
hmm interesting
Comment icon #2 Posted by Nufc1966 on 13 September, 2012, 14:26
surely just a skin condition? I always think that once you need to change tones and map stuff out on photos, it loses validity.
Comment icon #1 Posted by 528Alice491 on 8 October, 2012, 20:29
I definitely see scarring. How did you notice them yourself, and what lead you to believe it came from an abduction?? I don't mean to sound like a smart-ass, Im genuinely intrigued.


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