Sightings on the Radio recently
posted a story that starts out tragically:
In the early hours of
wendsday, September 17, 1997,a young man was murdered in a desolate street
of La Colectora community, located in Santurce, Puerto Rico...
a small vial like jar
was found at the site, in close proximity to the man, containing, according
to those who handled it, a strange type embryo, a small creature of anomalous
physical details. Immediately it was described by some as an alien Grey
or a Chupacabras embryo.
The hysteria continued from
this point, after a local television station contacted a local reporter.
Not surprisingly, this "journalist" happens to be a UFO investigator. His
story as posted on Sightings on the Radio continues in the vein of standard
UFO/Conspiracy paranoia, with local Air Force bases being called in as
parts of this alleged conspiracy.
The photo at top was found
at Alienated Labs' website. Alienated
Labs is a company specializing in UFO groupie memorabilia and paraphernalia,
from the above Alien Goat Sucker Embryo Key chain (pictured) to alien head key chains
to just about everything else.
This comes into play later
in the story. It continues:
According to the young
woman who called us, Maritza Díaz, a young military man had been
killed and next to him, inside his car, was found a jar with a strange
fetus or embryo that did not look human nor had the looks of any known
animal, saying it seemed to be something alien or extraterrestrial. They
wanted an expert opinion on the matter, and wanted us to examine the physical
details of the alleged embryo.
According to cameraman
Alfonso Sánchez, after Puerto Rico Police Homicide detectives Jesús
Cruz and Héctor Santiago arrived at the site, together with district
attorney Lourdes Acevedo, the scene was examined thoroughly, and during
a search in the car's backseat, forensic sciences investigators found,
in the inside pocket of a green military type suit, a manila envelope in
which a small vial like object was found. The strange embryo was found
in this vial, wich consisted of a small crystal bottle of about 3 to 3
and 1/2 inches long and about an inch wide, filled with a viscous thick
translucent colorless liquid. The embryo was surrounded by the substance.
More on the appearance of
[elongated pear shaped
head with big almond shaped black eyes, almost no nostrils and without
ears or auditive holes. It had two apparent small fangs protruding out
from its little, lipless mouth]. The rest of the body seems compatible
with that of a so called Grey alien humanoid creature [very pale, with
some apparent blood on it and scraped out areas, two thin small arms with
small three fingered hands and four toes]
Now you can see why
the key chain above brings this entire encounter into question.
The story continues as a
conspiracy rant, accusing the reporters on the TV station of covering up
the story, who later claimed it to be a key chain similar to the one above,
and that it was a case of mistaken suspicions all along. The writer of
the article consistently claims that the embryo was real (thanks to "eyewitness"
accounts by people who claimed to work for the Forensics department). The
writer also makes the allegation that these reporters are conspirators
and not rational skeptics (which would seem to be the case, if said
case is observed by a similarly rational person).