UFO Conjecture(s)

Sunday, February 08, 2015

The best image of the Kodachrome alien, so far (from Michael Mu)



  • You're kidding... right?

    By Blogger Paul Kimball, at Sunday, February 08, 2015  

  • This is why UFOlogy is dead.

    By Blogger Julio Figueroa Nunez, at Sunday, February 08, 2015  

  • It's not quite dead, Julio... but it is pining for the fjords of Norway!

    By Blogger Paul Kimball, at Sunday, February 08, 2015  

  • It's the real McCoy!

    By Blogger Brian Miller, at Sunday, February 08, 2015  

  • This photo is from Doku-Trailer...the User "Narrenschiffer" post it on this german Mystery Board (the last 4 posts):


    Narrenschiffer has edited the photo from the trailer and post it there...i only turned the photo in the correctly position and post it in the german board and here.

    By Blogger Michael Mu, at Sunday, February 08, 2015  

  • The phrase "jump the shark" seems appropriate.

    By Blogger Ron, at Sunday, February 08, 2015  

  • I am really unhappy with the "Roswell Slides" because it seems to be faked like the Ray Santilli autopsy-movie.

    I want to believe that the Roswell Incident are a real alien happening, i want to believe that some witnisses tell us the truth about Roswell...but the Roswell Slides...i think the so called "Roswell Dream Team" faked the Slide with an old camera and a unused camerafilm from the 1940s...but i cant prove that...thats my feeling about the Roswell Slides.

    But i think there already exist a "Roswell Slide" with an real Roswell EBE for two reasons:

    - the "Slide" was released in the early 1990s and until today there is nobody who can prove that this "Slide" is faked.
    The source of the "Slide" is until today mysterious.

    - Beverly Bean, the daughter of the Roswell witness Melvin E. Brown told that her father described the Roswell EBE and it looks like that one real Roswell Slide.

    I mean that Roswell Slide:


    It look like very real...in my opion like the post-mortem photos from the early 20th century.

    By Blogger Michael Mu, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Hi, this is a photograph taken at a local museum in Colombia. The Rays were great travelers. We see the leg and the bottom of the skirt of a woman in the reflection of the glass. The arms of the creature are short, it is probably a child. It is well known that the EBE arms are long and come up to the knees. It is also possible that these two photographs have never been discovered in the trunk in the attic, but adds after. Moreover if we removed the idea that these two photographs were hidden in the lining of the chest, it completely changes the interest of this story. These are just pictures of the trip.

    By Blogger Unknown, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • After the very first frame of the sequence where the slide is being looked at through a loupe there is a blur mask applied to the area containing the slide, but someone screwed up and missed that first frame.

    Well, I'd say they may as well cancel that 10,000 seater stadium as once this gets widely distributed nobody is going to pay to be shown that rubbish.

    By Blogger Ross, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Never underestimate Maussan's ability to draw a crowd in Mexico, Ross. Look at the Jonathan Reed clip I posted on my blog... and that was after Reed had thoroughly been exposed as a con man North of the border.

    By Blogger Paul Kimball, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • If this was once a young child that has now been labelled an alien, this circus goes beyond being pathetic into an exploitation of ignorance that will not be forgiven in this life or the next.
    The horrific medical conditions that the young must suffer and often with an attitude that will break your heart makes this a sociopathic insult to our humanity.
    That is..what’s left of it.

    By Blogger Bruce Duensing, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

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    By Blogger Blog Admin, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • The critter on the computer screen is oriented with the critter supine, however the shot was taken with the critter upright. Is that a yard stick or other rule behind it (the white strip with dark markings)?

    Is the dark mass underneath the chin part of the dark mass behind and to its right (or if viewed supine, above it)? Is that a map on a wall (behind the chair) "underneath" it?

    Note the section of chair in the frame. It sets the orientation. The chair might be southwest mission-style.



    By Blogger Don, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Dear Unknown: Which museum? If this can definitely be traced to a known display somewhere, that would be important to know.

    With the image cleaned up like this, it does look like a hydrocephalic child is a possibility.

    By Blogger Larry, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Colombia, Chile, or rather Lima? Dear Larry, it was an example of course, not dreaming of a source that would manifest at the corner of the web. But remember this well: neither Carey or Bragalia, can prove that I'm wrong, that this is not a corpse in a small museum or a warehouse archaeologist. If they asked for clarification, they use twitter or facebook, and popular collaboration,
    not show in a theater at 300 dollars, the seat. It is amazing (but not so surprising in fact) as documents, arriving accidentally into hands of ufologists, they never have authentication elements. A photograph for an authorized public and therefore inaccessible to others, should be full of elements of identification, such as faces, military ranks, registrations numbers, comments on the primers films, or indications establishing the context etc ... A true document would be obvious to everybody, if this is not the case, so it is a propaganda operation. I would add that this is going to hurt so much the Roswell case as was the Santilli film, it would really wonder who really Carey, Schmitt and Bragalia work for. Are they stupid? No I don't think so, but we should not forget the Richard Doty case. While, it remains money. Capitalist things.

    By Blogger fridu, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Hmmmm. At a stretch, it shares some characteristics with a couple of Peruvian child 'mummies.' I'm referring to skull size compared to body length and rib cage.

    Search 'Children's high-tech scanner to examine museum's mummy' and click on the first image.

    Despite the general similarity, it still looks wrong.

    Our elbows are where they are (hips) so they can hinge and allow us to put food in our mouths. Our arms are long enough to wipe our asses, pick our noses and reach genitals. Every bipedal, hominid ancestor has had the same structure thanks to evolution.

    The critter's arms don't appear to be long enough to scratch its ass without bending over...or asking a friend.

    Below the small ribcage, there doesn't appear to be any digestive tracts or stomach. Therefore the proportionately large brain in that head is fuelled by psychic willpower and the lungs of a sparrow.

    It's an alien.

    By Blogger Kandinsky, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • And not a "critter" Kandinsky?


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • What a joke. While all of the other slides from the set where this alleged alien slide came from are in focus and in pristine condition, this slide is blurry and is in monochrome.

    It's no wonder that the entire field of UFO studies has fallen into disrepute, gossip and in-fighting. With hoaxes like these making the rounds, nobody takes investigators seriously.

    By Blogger rroffel, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Critter? Sorry, must have been a slip of the keyboard.

    It's probably a model of an alien (gaffe?)...or an alien.

    By Blogger Kandinsky, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • The original is in color and not as blurry I've been told, rroffel.

    Kandinsky, it's a "thing" (alien or otherwise); a critter is an animal is it not?

    (We have to be politically correct.)


    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

    I believe someone at Kodak once said that Adamski's photos were authentic. A slide is not a body. Furthermore, there used to be a Ogden's camera store in Manhattan where they had boxes of old film - some I remember dating back years - that could still be shot and developed I am sure successfully. When we made movies we used to buy what they call "re cans" that are basically left over undeveloped film that you can get for half the price (like they probably used in the alien autopsy). Since there are other slides found in the same location it is within the realm of possibility -- but not proven -- that someone could have unsealed another slide and placed these images into the cardboard frame and sealed them up again. It would have to be someone with experience in the processing method. Seems sort of "fishy" that the slides were tucked away and separately as if to make them more mysterious. Sort of finding a model supposedly hidden in the wall at Ed Walter's old house just looking to be discovered at a later date.

    Why only two slides? Perhaps more were taken by someone who has an agenda but were fogged and these two were the only ones that were not.

    Boy you could never fill a ten thousand seat auditorium in the States. No doubt this will cause a hornets nest of controversy, and the professional skeptics will lead the way. I can hear them already.

    Photo of aliens on ice taken outside of Carla Anderson's Balance hair emporium and UFO gallery in Jersey City. Hear us at 11 this evening (Eastern) as we host Unraveling The Secrets on www.PSN-Radio.com

    Tim Beckley

    By Blogger Unknown, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • "Kandinsky, it's a "thing" (alien or otherwise); a critter is an animal is it not?

    (We have to be politically correct.)


    I am shocked, SHOCKED!, at the hurtful insensitivity displayed by everyone here.
    Terms like "space alien" are hurtful, judgemental, and double-plus ungood!

    Can't we all just get along and agree to refer to them as Undocumented Extramundane Friends or some such?

    Really, they are only here to participate in fatal aerodyne crashes that Homo sapiens won't do!!!

    By Blogger Loki, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Until we see a better image I am going to back those that suggest mummified corpse of a child with congenital hydrocephalus. Not only the large head but the high rib cage and relatively short arms match other skeletal examples that can easily be found on the web. As for location - has anyone asked the Mütter Museum in Philadelphia what was on display in 1947? Certain characteristics of the display match those of the museum. Were the Rays known to be in or around Philadelphia in 47 or 48?

    By Blogger englishfil, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • Anyone seen the film alien autopsy ? I can't believe that shit actually happened. Seems to be a lot of money and fun to be had.

    By Blogger Quilan Hanniffy, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • This screen grab is completely useless especially since someone edited the screen grab before posting it. Thanks for trying but I think I will wait until May.

    By Blogger TurkeyCasebook, at Monday, February 09, 2015  

  • I agree, this is disinformation since they are still being examined

    By Blogger kaboose O'mally, at Friday, February 13, 2015  

  • "I agree, this is disinformation since they are still being examined "

    What are still being examined? The slides? The slides contents? I am quite prepared to accept the slides' provenance and dating. The problem we have now is that based on a screen grab off the over hyped trailer there appears to be a more mundance explanation for what appears in the slide. This screen grab AFIK has not been denounced as a fraud - so if it is of the real slide's content it is alreadly raising questions.
    To challenge something based on the evidence available is not "disinformation" - if you have better evidence then stump up now.
    Chief question among the sensible community is why is "someone" charging so much to go to an event that potentially unveils two 68 year old slides of a museum exhibit? Put full res. scans of the slides in the public domain now and let the critics prove the "Dream Team" wrong - or not. Any attempt to make significant money off this screams "scheißters" and "ufology" has enough of those already.
    What ever case the "Dream Team" has for the authenticity of the phyisical slides, a circumstancial link to Roswell, N.M. or anything else it will mean Jack Stuff if within 30 mins of unveiling someone accurately names the museum and exhibit featured in the slides. If the "Dream Team" must wait till May I hope they are very prepared to refund on the day.
    To all "True Believers" out there - get over yourselves and let science take a crack at a more ordinary explanation first. I would love for these to be the "smoking gun" from the Roswell incident, but being honest it is not looking likely.

    By Blogger englishfil, at Friday, February 13, 2015  

  • I wouldn't discount this just yet. The image actually might tell us more then it seems at first glance. Lets wait for the full release before we go crazy with disappointment.

    Interesting insights from Micha Hanks on this here:


    By Blogger David Plummer, at Tuesday, February 17, 2015  

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