The Curious Photograph Of An Alleged Alien In Alaska From 1930
Has anyone managed to photograph an extraterrestrial being at some point in our history? We have already seen the case of Ilckley Moore, one of the most mysterious in history, as well as the Falkville humanoids that had a certain resemblance to the members of the electronic music duo Daft Punk with ultramodern helmets, but today we are going to take our machine from the time and we are going to study a photograph sent by a man from Canada to the ufocasebook website on August 14, 2003 and studied in the first instance by the researcher B.J. booth.
A curious shot from 1930 that is not common in ufological casuistry and that was scanned from the original by the author of the email that claimed that his grandfather had starred in a persecution of this supposed entity before taking a single photograph of it for the memory.
The entity, according to the words of the email writer himself, whose identity remains anonymous at his express wish, appeared near his position near a lake and began to flee when he saw him. This man chased him until he was close enough to take the picture but instead of running straight to develop it, he allegedly waited four months to do so. There was a reason for doing it because he lived in a remote and isolated place where you had to wait for the winter to pass to be able to travel the roads without danger of avalanches and blizzards.
The grandson of that man who took the photograph would have received the same only a week before sending the email just before his grandfather’s death and before he told him his story. The truth is that both the grain and the black and white color tone of the photograph indicate that we are looking at a photograph from that 1930s, but perhaps it is too incredible to find that being so sharp.
The shadow shown by the body, its direction with respect to that of the trees, the very conformation of the light on its face and its morphology could indicate that we are facing a reliable shot, although it is also true that there is a certain deviation in that leftover, and that although testimonies of anthropomorphic beings are very common, the being does not seem to have the symptoms of thinness common in this type of being. Almond-shaped eyes but proportionate head. Absence of hair and no visible hands or gloves.
Another detail would be the musculature of the neck, perhaps too developed for an infant and certainly disproportionate for what a human being would be. We cannot evaluate more features because of the grain of the photo and we cannot see the position well because of the excessive shadow on the left side of the being. If we oversaturate the shot we can find in any case a kind of finger marks on the right hand, possibly the result of the photographic treatment itself. His white complexion is also surprising compared to the rest of the surrounding tones. He almost had to shine to be real.
We will always be left wondering what was photographed in Alaska in the 1930s.
Perhaps a boy with a hat, or perhaps, and if the story of the man in the email is true, an alien being almost in full flight, taking one last look at a witness.
What is your opinion? Are we facing a case of retro-humanoids, an elaborate fake or simply a pareidolia with a kid and a hat with oval-shaped openings? If you liked this post, don’t miss Ilckley Moore’s alien video and three other associated cases of humanoids that seem to jump. We hope that the video is of your interest.