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Thursday, June 02, 2005 


First, let me state that I am not a crackpot. I am not a tinfoil hat wearing freak. I think that with enough study and help from people smarter than I, I can get to the bottom of most things. I have come across something that I can't figure out. The more I think about it, the more it disturbs me. Not to be overly melodramatic, but it sort of sends a chill up my spine.

The Solway Firth photograph (also known as the Cumbria photo).

Just the image creeps the shit out of me. That... whatever it is standing behind that girl is just wrong. I trust Kodak to not be bullshitting us on this. It's not like they are getting publicity out of the mystery, cause who has ever heard of this? I was bumming around on a message board post about historical mysteries and came across this.

I guess if I shut down the crazy portion of my brain, I come to this conclusion: the guy took a picture of his daughter with a friend of his dressed up in a weird suit behind her. Basically, we're going on his word here. The Aussie connection is just people wanting to see something. They want to make a link between a mysterious British photo and something they saw on security cameras in their country. The connection about the missiles... Ok, I got nothing. I'm going to do some more digging about this, some more thinking and reasoning, and try to figure this shit out.

I will also be sleeping with both eyes open, cradling a loaded rifle in my arms, just in case the space suit men come for me.

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