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Woman captures 'small humanoid' on camera

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jethrofloyd

A toy?

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Stiff

Looks kinda 2 dimensional to me.

I'm pretty sure the photographer would have spotted that at the time.

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onlookerofmayhem
1 minute ago, Stiff said:

Looks kinda 2 dimensional to me.

I'm pretty sure the photographer would have spotted that at the time.

Same. Looks like a paper cut out.

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Aardvark-DK

Paper cutout, card board alien...

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Orphalesion

Yeop, looks like a paper cutout, just like the Cottingley fairies. 

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ouija ouija

'A clever hoax'? There's nothing clever about it! :lol:

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onlookerofmayhem

20210228_072131.jpg

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Mr.United_Nations

Yeah and if it was real, the creature would be looking at her, running across but not walking Calm across the road

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Cookie Monster
1 hour ago, UM-Bot said:

Mellisa Braham had been out walking her dog last week when she photographed something very strange.

https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/344260/woman-captures-small-humanoid-on-camera

Looks like she put an alien statue on the road and took an image.

Then sold it to whatever media sources were interested to make a few grand.

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Saru
21 minutes ago, Cookie Monster said:

Then sold it to whatever media sources were interested to make a few grand.

For the record, this was sent to the site with permission to use for free - I don't think this has been sold to anyone.

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Susanc241

It does look like it�s feet are supported on a thin strip of something, a bit like a card cutout of a character in a toy theatre, where movement is controlled by the bit of thin card. Definitely looks 2D to me as well. Random such figure being held upright by the breeze maybe?

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Cookie Monster
34 minutes ago, Saru said:

For the record, this was sent to the site with permission to use for free - I don't think this has been sold to anyone.

It wasn`t a criticism of UM or saying it paid for it lol.

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Dreamer screamer

Those that watch 8 out of 10 cats does countdown would get this.:lol:

Seriously though...  wouldn't surprise me this exists, or have i been watching too much men in black?

jon richardson.jpg

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quiXilver

Fun pic.  Thanks for sharing.  

It's reminded me that my son and I used to spend hours setting up his figurines in elaborate scenarios.  Lots of good memories and some pics to go with them.  Think I'll get some out today and set up the living room for a battle.  We still have a functional catapult that fires an almond about 12 meters with accuracy.

 

Poor Mrs. Quixilver upon waking... "wtf are those?  smokehouse almonds?  Again?  um... guys?  I thought I said this, when using the catapult... raw almonds only.  smokehouse almonds are for snacking, not munitions"

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papageorge1

Even the Papameter no like

She didn't see it till later???

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Skulduggery

Looks flat

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pallidin

This is one of the most unconvincing ET alien ever!

Clearly 2-D, as other's have pointed-out.

 

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Hammerclaw

There's nuthin' here, folks. Break it up and move along.

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Tom1200

20210228_072131.jpg    Superlative observation of the month: "It doesn't look like a squirrel, rat, bird or any other kind of animal that I have ever seen before."

  • Not grey, so not a Grey.
  • Not green, so not an LGM.
  • Not black with a red sash and white ruff, so not from Saturn.
  • Too big to be a Jovian sentient mushroom, too solid to be a Jovian gassenvulf.
  • Not Matt Damon, so not a Martian.

 

Conclusion: it's a new species of Mercurian, *snip*

 

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Earl.Of.Trumps
1 hour ago, papageorge1 said:

Even the Papameter no like

She didn't see it till later???

Yeah, you think??  "Oh, my. look what is in a pic that I took?!" :whistle:

 

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Xeno-Fish

Well that has to be the most obviously fake thing I've seen on here. 

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Autochthon1990

Nice try Jeff Sessions, you won't escape a subpoena that easily!

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bison

The resolution appears reasonably good, and the amount of light is fairly subdued. The impression of flatness in the figure, then, is presumably caused by light reflected uniformly by a two dimensional surface. A 3-D object should show stronger light in the areas directly facing the sunlight, and gradually less in areas curving away from it. 

People are more sophisticated in evaluating images than in the days of the Cottingley Fairies, which apparently fooled even  Sir Arthur Conan Doyle!

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