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Google Street Views Snap Alien Picture in NJ

Google Street Views. Photo: CATERSGoogle cameras snapped a picture that may portray an alien. This fuzzy
picture was taken in Berkeley Heights, NJ. The picture shows an unidentified
figure behind a bush and a strange beam of light.

It is being debated if this image is proof of extraterrestrial aliens, or a
simple botched camera shot.

Malcolm Robinson, head of the Strange Phenomena Investigations, described the
image as “the first of its kind”.

“On close inspection the similarities with ET are obvious but it’s hard
to say with any certainty what exactly it is

“Of added interest is the strange beam of light to the right, which I
cannot explain either.

“This picture is the first of it’s kind, as far as I’m aware, in that
its been captured on Google’s new Street View technology.

“However, because it was captured by Google it would appear that there
aren’t any witnesses to back up what was photographed, which is frustrating.

“Without further details to go on I’m really stumped. We’d all love it
to be alien, but that’s a big assumption.”

Nick Sawyer says: “The head is an oblong shape and it seems to have the
same long neck and fat body.

“There is also a beam of light right next to him, who knows, that might
be an unseen spaceship trying to make contact.

“In all seriousness, however, I’m mystified at what it is. The area is
not far from an airport and UFOs have been reported to take an interest in our
own aviation technology.

“New York City is only an hour’s drive as well so you never know, he
might be eyeing up a trip to the Big Apple.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/scienceandtechnology/technology/google/5042502/ET-tracked-down-on-Google-Street-View.html

The timing of the photograph correlates to recent UFO reports over Morris
County, NJ (which is relatively close). Just a few months ago, these reports
state that UFO’s have been seen hovering in the area.

Paul Hurley, a local pilot, already came forward and stated with certainty
that these lights weren’t airplanes.