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Thursday, March 28, 2019

Finally, PROOF!


Ancient Alien theorists ask - 


Ancient Alien theorists ask whether this skull, found in a remote location on Arizona's Mogollon Rim, could be the remains of a visitor from outer space. Could it be the first reliable evidence of intelligent life from beyond the Solar System?


Resting atop a pile of rocks at the White Wolf Mine, the decapitated remains serve as a trophy to the intrepid hunter who found the possible landing site of the spacecraft, and the grizzly skull.

It's not a blurred photo of Bigfoot. It's not a smeared photo of a flying saucer taken by a drunk hippie on a rural road. It's a skull with other than human DNA.

Was this individual offered as a form of ritual sacrifice to the White Wolf? If so, yes, it is accepted in the spirit in which it was given?

13 comments:

  1. Ah, ya might want to consider that that find is going to be the "butt" of a bunch of teasing from the local natives... lol

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    1. The locals don’t matter. I’m trying to get this on network TV. It’s as real as global warming...settled science.

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    1. I bring you proof and I sense sarcasm.

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  3. For a second there I thought you'd found an Episcopalien bishop!

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    1. Episc. Bishops have more exotic skulls than that

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  4. Do I sense a new novel in the works? Perhaps something about strange lights along the Mogollon Rim?

    Or perhaps just a Tall Tale to tell the little ones, "Grandpa Style".....and keep them in line.

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    1. It would make a great novel...but are zombies out of fashion?

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    2. I was thinking zombies vs aliens

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  5. Made me smile, if nothing else. :)

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  6. Well, seeing hints of your background, how do we know it is not the northern end of a southbound Yak?

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