Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Photo: Laguna del Monte Humanoid - Partido de Almirante Brown, Argentina

Scott Corrales of Inexplicata reports on a strange story in Diario Popular:

Sebastian Aranguren, writing for the July 12 2010 edition of Diario Popular, discusses an unusual photo of an "invisible humanoid" whose presence was captured only by a digital camera after the waters of Laguna del Monte were inexplicably stirred as if by an external force.

The photo was taken by an anonymous businessman from the city of Almirante Brown. Luis Burgos of the Fundación Argentina de Ovnilogía and his photo analysis team have determined that it is a "clean" image showing no signs of manipulation. "There are very few photos of humanoids in the world," Burgos is quoted as saying, "and this case acquires major significance in national ufology."

The photo was taken on March 14 of this year -- Easter Sunday -- at 15:56 hours by "Ivan" (surnames withheld) in the company of his wife and children.

FAO researchers say the image shows a neckless figure wearing a sort of diving suit that sags at the knees. "The intruder appears to be standing on the water itself, looking back at the eyewitness.

Photo: Laguna del Monte Humanoid - Partido de Almirante Brown, Argentina

1 comment :

Doc Bunny said...

speaking as a professional photographer, that blurry, out-of-focus blob can hardly be called evidence of anything, save poor photo skills -- though this isn't worse than people photographing smoke and breath-in-the-cold and calling it a ghost.

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