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Re: LMs

Post by animus » Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:05 pm

Here are five findings of real LM candidates:
(The story behind them is not always credible where it says "extraterrestrial" but the bodies could still be real!)

Pedro Mountain Mummy (14"/36cm, Pedro Mountains, Wyoming, 1932)
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Atta Boy (6.5"/16.5cm, Atacama Desert, Peru oder Bolivia, 1933 or earlier)
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Alyoshenka-Humanoid (10"/25cm, Kyshtym, Russia, 1996)
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Concepcion-Humanoid (3"/7cm, Concepcion, Chile, 2002)
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Atacama-Humanoid (6"/15cm, Atacama Desert, Chile, 2003)
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Re: LMs

Post by animus » Fri Dec 11, 2020 8:51 am

Here is the skeleton of another one from 1989. The screenshots below were taken from the Youtube video The Leprechaun Whisperer | Ireland AM The name of the "last leprechaun whisperer" is Kevin Woods.

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Re: LMs

Post by Ilkka » Sun Dec 13, 2020 4:52 am

animus wrote:
Fri Dec 11, 2020 8:51 am
Here is the skeleton of another one from 1989. The screenshots below were taken from the Youtube video The Leprechaun Whisperer | Ireland AM The name of the "last leprechaun whisperer" is Kevin Woods.

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Those bones looks like various animal bones. Highly alikely hoax bones. Pelvis should be intact or it is missing, obviously skull and fingers toes are missing aswell, so therefore it is easy to make out of animal bones.

But I'm not an expert on bones so there's that too, just my skeptic point of view.

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Re: LMs

Post by animus » Tue Dec 15, 2020 10:24 am

Ilkka wrote:
Sun Dec 13, 2020 4:52 am
Those bones looks like various animal bones. Highly alikely hoax bones. Pelvis should be intact or it is missing, obviously skull and fingers toes are missing aswell, so therefore it is easy to make out of animal bones.

But I'm not an expert on bones so there's that too, just my skeptic point of view.
That's some healthy skepticism on your part and I think you are right. It does look rather odd.

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Re: LMs

Post by admin » Mon Dec 21, 2020 8:52 am

I agree, looks like a tacky tourist trap and collection of random animal bones to fleece the gullible.

Meanwhile, the military continue harassing the LMs in the USA, where they conveniently use the cover of military exercises to disguise their shenanigans, just like I have experienced first hand over here:



There is a bigger picture going on globally that the majority are still blissfully ignorant of:

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Some losers just can't accept defeat! :D

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