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From a psychological point of view, the image matches up perfectly to what we have been conditioned to for the past decades as to what an "alien" should look like. Seriously, do we really know what ET is supposed to look like? The reported past descriptions ranges from tall white angelic figures, reptilian, to what we see in the photo.
So we don't really know what an ET is supposed to look like, other than what we are told, but we do know that congenital defects and cranio/neurological issues correspond well to the photo at hand, assuming that this is indeed one of the slide photos.
Here is the hitch with the photos, in my opinion. The two slides are supposedly produced on Kodak film manufactured in 1947. I'm led to believe by reading Tony Bragalia's piece on Kevin Randle's blog that this is conclusive evidence that alien bodies were recovered from the alleged UFO crash at Roswell, NM back in the first week of July, 1947.
The photos would have to be pinpointed as actually being taken during that week and on location in the Roswell area for this story to continue to gain any future traction. As the old real estate mantra goes, "it's location, location, location." A tall, if not astronomical hurdle to jump.
I've attempted to ask on numerous occasions if statistical data will be presented showing that Kodak film stock was used by buyers soon after purchase. This seems to be one of the theories bantered about by those stating that the slides are the real deal. If this could be shown to be true, from a statistical position, then this would add some degree of credence, but as of yet, I've not gotten any replies. I would imagine that Kodak did marketing analysis on how long a product sat on the shelf in locations such as Roswell (surrounding area) prior to being purchased.
Then, after all of the above is accomplished, we're still left with the "money" question, "Is this truly the photo of a real alien entity?"
What if the above photo is not one of the two being unveiled on May 5th? All of the above still applies. The shark tank must still be jumped.
The story gets interesting by the day...