High Strangeness: The Scoop on the Atacama Humanoid!

Friday, June 28, 2013

The Scoop on the Atacama Humanoid!

Last night I was filling my son Cxxxxx in on my latest MUFON/UFO activities, and at one point he remarked that I deal with some pretty goofy people and wondered what made them like that. I thought about it for a minute and said, "Well, son, a lot of them just believe e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g, no matter what."

And then today I got proof.

I blogged the other day about all the come-ons I've been getting in my email from MUFON, trying to entice me to attend the 2013 MUFON Symposium in Las Vegas next months, and how some of them have left me hot and some of them have left me cold. Well, today's brazen marketing ploy has left me speechless... and has made me very glad I'm not going to the Symposium.

Remember that pesky little shrunken, six-inch corpse that popped up a couple months ago and that nearly everyone in the UFO world was so ready to believe was the remains of an alien, and then it turned out it wasn't, but they all still believed it was an alien anyway?

It's back.

Well, strictly speaking, that's not true. Here's what the email subject line said:

"Evidence points to MORE-THAN-ONE Atacama Humanoid!!! Hear about it first at the Symposium!"

I am stunned. The first one was a bomb, so they're bringing out another one? The only way this could possibly be worthwhile is if the second one has a tiny little black mustache and goatee. But somehow I doubt we'll get that lucky.
Another Atacama Humanoid?? My cup runneth over...
In fact, the way the announcement is worded, there may not actually be a second Atacama Humanoid at all:

"EVIDENCE POINTS TO MORE-THAN-ONE ATACAMA HUMANOID! You'll hear about it at the Symposium for the first time! Dr. Steven Greer will be presenting evidence that indicates that the Atacama Humanoid may nor be alone... BE THERE FOR THIS MONUMENTAL DISCLOSURE! Secure your tickets by clicking here."

See what I mean? Dr. Greed--er, Greer--doesn't actually have a second little dwarf to show us, but he has evidence that the first one is not alone... Which, if you've been paying attention, has already been proven here at High Strangeness. Back in May, reader Mark D. Williams sent me this list of other tiny, shriveled-up corpses that could be related to Greed's--er, Greer's--Atacama baby.

Other examples: Alyoshenka from Russia: http://youtu.be/1uwdBdIFrqU. http://youtu.be/Zp8V7EHtXzk\

Pedro: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Pedro_Mountains_Mummy

Concepcion, Chile: http://www.indotalisman.com/humanoid.html

Parque Forestal, Chile: http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case380.htm

So, as you can see, I've got the scoop right here, and I didn't charge you a cent for it. So, there's no need for you to go to the MUFON Symposium now. Well, there never was to begin with, but now there really isn't.

Seriously, I can no longer support or promote this event. It finally got too weird even for me.

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