Saturday, 20 August 2011

Alien Greys

Alien greys (otherwise known as "Greys") are sexless, extraterrestrial beings with enlarged heads and are named after their skin colour. Their characteristics also include enlarged eyes as well as a small body.

They are very common in pop culture (for example in E.T), but there have been records of these beings since the ancient Egyptians. Take a look at this one:

Notice that the alien is on the figure's lap on the right.

As Greys are common in pop culture it's not surprising that many people have faked sightings. In fact I can't really find any genuine sightings - if you know any sightings please post a link to the sighting in the comments!

Here is a hoaxed sighting:

A hoaxed sighting of a Grey on a night vision camera

What do you think about Alien Greys? Please tell me in the comments!

Thursday, 11 August 2011

News Bite - UFO Near Hertfordshire

A Radio 5 live sports reporter claims to have seen a disc-shaped object circling a field in Hertfordshire on his way to work.
Mike Sewell described it as a "big, bright light in the sky" and it was "bigger than a helicopter."

UFO expert Timothy Good says, "It's clearly not a conventional aircraft of any kind - I'm impressed - I wished I would have seen it myself."

Unfortunately, as he didn't take any photos I don't have any photos to show you!
But if you want, you can check out the BBC article here.

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

A Holiday in Wales

I'm sorry that I've been away for such a long time - I went on holiday to Wales and the Wi-Fi was rubbish!
Anyway, as I went to Wales, I think an article on Welsh dragons would seem appropriate.

A place where dragons are sighted most in Wales is Carleon in Gwent.
Here is a rare "sighting" from Mr & Mrs Arthur Jones of Pontypool, taken with the camera on a mobile phone while out trekking in Bets-Y-Cowed.

I think it's a fake. Isn't it obvious? It doesn't LOOK like it was taken on a mobile phone.
I think it's almost certain that it's Photoshopped, but the website I originally found the photo from never mentioned the possibility of it being faked. It seemed biased. Too good to be true.