From The Great Moon Hoax to Crop Circles, here are 10 Possible Signs Of Aliens Debunked. Do you believe aliens actually exist?
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4 – Cattle Mutilations
Since the 1970s hundred of animal corpses have been found with usual markings or inexplicable distortions which include the creatures being found drained of blood or having their organs removed with what some call surgical precision. However, scientists worldwide have debunked this theory of Alien interaction and say that the deaths of these poor animals are quite ordinary and are caused by natural decay and attacks from scavengers. Other suggestions as to this bizarre act are Satanic cults sacrificing the beasts and using their organs to gain power from their dark lord, the sinister chupacabra and Bigfoot. But, most likely vultures, parasites and of course decomposition are the real culprits.
3 – Alien Autopsy
This hoaxed medical examination performed on that alien which crash landed in Roswell, the 17-minute black and white grainy film found its way to several shocked news reports in 1995. The movie was an instant hit with conspiracy theorists who jumped at the notion that finally evidence had been confirmed and the film continued to be sold to television networks who broadcast the silly piece of supposed found footage to over 33 countries. Alas, their joy was short-lived, in 2006 British entrepreneur Ray Santilli admitted that the film was not authentic, though he persisted in his claims that it wasn’t a complete fake, no, it was actually a staged reconstruction of what he had witnessed inside Area 51, in 1992. Shortly after Ray’s almost- confession, fellow producer Gary Shoefield stepped forward to admit that their film was fake and added that the alien had been constructed by John Humphreys an English artist and sculptor with the whole thing being shot in a living room in Camden Town London. But the video still makes the rounds on the interwebs and occasionally continues to fool diehard believers.
2 – The Great Moon Hoax
This silly stunt happened way back in 1835 and it all started with an American newspaper called The New York Sun baring the front page headline, Great Astronomical Discoveries Lately Made by Sir John Herschel which included his bizarre theories which he at the time claimed were fact. These silly theories included Sir John, a famous British astronomer had discovered planets in other solar systems, solved every problem with mathematical astronomy and that there is life on the moon. Sir John went on to say that there was vegetation on the moon and the inhabitants were homosapien looking but had large bat-like wings. Of course, the entire story was a blatant fabrication, and though at first it gave Sir John amusement at fooling so many he grew sick and tired of being constantly questioned about the hoax throughout his life. Meanwhile, circulation for The Sun flourished and never bothered to issue a retraction of any sort.
1 – Crop Circles
This one has been debated for years and will probably continue to baffle believers and make sceptics scoff. Strange intricate geometric interwoven designs have appeared in fields for decades, they call them crop circles. In 1991, a couple of pranksters known as Doug Bower and Dave Chorley made headlines across the globe when they announced that they were the culprits who began the crazed phenomenon in 1978. The two claimed to have made more than 200 crop circles spanning a little over a decade, after making the grand announcement the two men set to work to show just how they had done it using a plank of wood, some rope and a baseball cap fitted with wire to help them maneuver a straight line. They ventured to guess that the other hundreds of crop circles found world wide were most likely the result of pranksters as well. Circle Artists became big business and in 1992 there was even a crop-circle making competition with a grand prize of 3,000 euros held in Berkshire England. But many still choose to believe that some of the work is too complicated to be man made and continue to watch the stars for signs of alien life.