The Alaskan Alien: 1930′s Photo of Alien in Alaskan Wilderness
The 1930′s photo of an alien in the Alaskan Wilderness is not the most popular of paranormal photos but one of the most intriguing. In the 1930′s a man’s grandfather spotted a strange creature in the woods of Alaska when he lived there. He chased the creature until he managed to capture this photo. The photo was mailed to his grandson, he died the next day leaving the photo in the hands of his grandson. The photo came along with this caption:
“This photo was taken in the early 1930′s by my grandfather, who lived in Alaska in those days. He first saw this entity when he was in his car driving to a lake. He chased the entity up to this point where he made this picture of it. It [took] him four months to develop the picture since it wasn’t easy back in those days to develop a picture, specially in Alaska. I got this picture last week, my grandfather died the next day.”
The photo is genuine, it hasn’t been tampered with at all and it truly was taken in the early 1930′s. Whether its a small child in a costume or a genuine alien or small entity, this photo surely is mysterious. The death of his grandfather only adds to the mystery.
This photo, for example, was supposedly taken by NASA during the Apollo 12 mission, the second flight to land on the moon. It was launched in November 1969. According to Bob Dean of Project Camelot, this photo was taken of an object several hundred feet in diameter that flew beside the Lander for awhile.
In 1952, unidentified flying objects made themselves known to the leaders of the free world, by buzzing over the White House, the Capitol building, and the Pentagon.
Washington National Airport and Andrews Air Force Base picked up a number of UFOs on their radar screens on July 19, 1952, beginning a wave of sightings still unexplained to this day. These objects where traveling at 100 M.P.H. but with the ability to accelerate to the unbelievable speed of 7,200 M.P.H. The Washington 1952 sighting was confirmed by other local radar, and then Andrews Air Force Base.