Discussion in 'UFOnauts' started by SOUL-DRIFTER, Dec 14, 2017.
this case was investigated by linda moulton howe, so i dont think its a believable account
where did you find these two? pretty nice drawings, though the first is quite innacurate
never heard of this one before either
Aztec, New Mexico UFO Crash Recovery of 1948
Date: , 1948
Location: Aztec, New Mexico, United States
It was the columnist Frank Scully who first alerted the world to sensational stories of recovered flying saucers and little men in his best-selling book Behind the Flying Saucers published in 1950. Scully claimed that up to that time there had been four such recoveries, one of which was alleged to have taken place around Aztec, New Mexico, when sixteen humanoid bodies were recovered together with their undamaged craft.
Left: Artist's impression of the small bodies found aboard the downed craft, based on eyewitnesses' descriptions relayed through intermediary contacts. Right: Line drawing of the 100' diameter disc-shaped craft.
Artist's impression of the craft on the ground. Dr. Vannevar Bush, team leader, and Dr. Jerome Hunsaker, Aeronautical Engineer at MIT.
A cabin window in the dome of the craft was broken out and a pole thrust through which tripped a release and an access port opened. Dead occupants inside were found slumped over elaborate control panels.
Imjarvi, Finland - January 7, 1970
i am pretty sure this case was revealed to be a scam done by two guys who wanted to sell their oil detector device
very cool painting, sadly i dont know the author
i recognize a lot of these beings though though a lot of them are unknow to me
does anyone know the author of it?
I did an image search and traced it back to 2014 but it could be from another older source than this one below...
1er post: Todas las razas alienígenas - Paranormal
i found some posts dating from 2013, but they were from what i call "junk sites", so i am 100% sure the original spurce is even older, the picture looks to be from the 70's-80's period, as can be seen by the strangely absent greys
I just want to say, I really enjoyed this thread... soooo many different types of aliens!
Really neat stuff...
We need to post some of the non-humanoids reported as well.
there arent too many non-humanoid reports
i know a few but dont remenber any illustrations for them
I have many, just haven't posted yet...
I agree totally, even though they are just drawings and sketches it's nice to have something visual to look at or use as reference when reading contact reports...
would be nice if someone with a lot of time illustrated all the encounters albert rosales compiled over the years
I tried to find some drawings of non-humanoids reported but came up empty.
I have seen several of them but can not find them now.
Naked Vulcans vist Sweden. 1965
Richard Hoglund (Höglund) - (1913-1977) was by profession was a constructionworker/rock-blaster. Hoglund claimed to have seen aliens first time in December 1965, when he faced aliens who landed a craft on the "Grind Hult" lake near the town Uddevalla at the south-west coast of Sweden.
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Jesus - if I saw something like that in my house I'd be filled with primal, blinding terror.
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