Aliens: Eerie photos prove that we are not alone in the universe?

Aliens are part of the "Area 51" room at Mystery Town, USA.Alien
Aliens are part of the "Area 51" room at Mystery Town, USA.Alien /

Aliens were captured on film by a photographer in Brazil last month. Are the images real or an elaborate hoax?

Aliens are in the news again. After the government admitted over the summer that they couldn’t explain the “Tic Tac” and “Gimbal” footage caught on camera by Navy fighter pilots, we ponder the ancient question, “Are we alone in the universe?”

Third Phase of Moon may have the answer. Several weeks ago, the YouTube site received photographs of two extraterrestrials from Brazil.

Apparently, the haunting images were taken from inside a vehicle. In the picture that was captured, a pair of aliens are peering into a car window.

The ET on the left, is rather prominent. At first glance, it would be easy to dismiss it as someone in a mask playing a prank or holding a life-like puppet up to the window.

However, what is disconcerting is the image on the right-hand side. That particular alien looks like it has its face pressed against the glass. You can make out the eyes, the mouth and the nostrils.

More photographs of the space visitors were taken as they were walking in the woods. Skeptics will have a field day with those snaps because they look like humans in costumes.

We have to give credit to the photographer for documenting the footprints around his auto as well as on the road nearby. The beings seem to have three toes featuring a very long hallux (big toe). Of course, this observation doesn’t necessarily mean that a creative person couldn’t have “drawn” the footprints in the dirt.

A viewer commented on the video stating that the defined musculature of the extraterrestrials proves that they aren’t people wandering around in costumes. Keep an open mind and take a look at the images below.

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Do you think the photos of the aliens are authentic or Photoshopped? Let us know in the comments.