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Dover Demon & the Varginha Alien


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Dover Demon and the Varginha Alien
Paul Dale Roberts, HPI's Esoteric Detective
Sacramento Paranormal Investigations
Halo Paranormal Investigations

The Dover Demon and the Varginha Alien that was spotted by 3 Brazilian girls seem closely connected. Is it possible that the Dover Demon and the Varginha Alien are from the same race of beings, but two different varieties?  Right here on Earth, you have different types of humans. We're all human, but we have different variety of people.  Example:  Eskimos do not look like people from Sweden. Himba African tribe does not look like people from Japan. We are all different, but we are all the same. We are all human beings. Before I start comparing the Dover Demon with the Varginha Alien, let's look at some of the history of these creatures. 

DOVER DEMON:
How it all began with three witnesses. The first witness was William “Bill” Bartlett, a 17-year-old. Bill claimed to have seen the Dover Demon while driving his car on April 21, 1977. He spotted the creature perched on a broken stone wall on Farm Street in Dover. The second witness was 15-year-old John Baxter. John claimed he saw the creature on Miller Hill Road the very same evening as Bill. Then finally Abby Brabham, also 15 years old, claimed to have encountered the creature the following night on Springdale Avenue.  Either these kids really saw something, or they came up with an elaborate hoax. All three teenagers created sketches of the alleged Dover Demon, with Bartlett even swearing on a stack of Bibles that he had seen it. Police analysts discovered the locations of these sightings formed a straight line for over 2 miles.  If you look at the sketch of the Dover Demon, it's very similar to the sketch of the Varginha Alien. 

VARGINHA ALIEN:  
According to media reports, a creature was sighted on the afternoon of 20 January 1996, by three women ranging from 14 to 22 years old. The women described the creature as a large headed biped with "spots like veins on the skin, some bumps on the head and eyes that looked like two red balls." The creature seemed to be unbalanced and experiencing vertigo.  The girls felt it was injured or sick. They ran home after seeing the creature and claimed to their parents that they had seen the devil.  Rumors afterward began to spread through the area, with some people claiming to have observed UFOs on the days prior. Later, claims were made of additional unidentified creatures/extraterrestrials being collected and observed at a hospital.  Locals claim that the military and the police were active on the days of the sighting. The government later came out and said that the young women had encountered a homeless, mentally unstable man nicknamed "Mudinho."

Now let's compare the Dover Demon with the Varginha Alien.

Both creatures have egg-shaped heads. Both creatures have similar bodies. The Dover Demon has no ears, nose or mouth, while the Varginha Alien has a tiny nose and mouth. The Dover Demon is said to have glowing orange or green eyes, while the Varginha Alien has red glowing eyes. Both creatures are 3 to 4 feet tall, skinny bodies. The Varginha Alien has small bumps on its head, while the Dover Demon has a smooth elongated skull. This difference would be similar to people here on Earth that alter their bodies and skin. Take for example the Karo People of Omo Valley - Southern Ethiopia have elongated necks. The Suma Tribe of Southern Sudan / Southwest Ethiopia have elongated bottom lips. So, bumps on the head vs. a smooth cranium is irrelevant. The Dover Demon and the Varginha Alien (if real) could be two different varieties of the same species. What is interesting is that the typical "gray" alien is very similar to the Dover Demon and Varginha Alien.    

Now, what is interesting, if these creatures were misidentified by creatures that we are familiar with, it's intriguing that the Dover Demon could be the Snowy Owl according to skeptics and the Varginha Alien could have been the Rusty-Barred Owl.  Owls always seem to get the bad rap. We even hear how some abductees have seen owls peering through their windows, only to turn into so-called "gray aliens". 


 

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