The investigators said they were convinced the officer’s account was truthful.
“I am quite convinced the officer had an experience that day and one that we have not fully explored,” Russell wrote.
According to Russell, the witness’s description of the tall men matches the appearance of Tall White Aliens. The crop circle experts concluded after investigations that the aliens were inspecting crop circle created a few days before.
Who made the crop circle remains a mystery. Russell could only guess the crop circle carried a coded message that the Tall White Aliens were trying to decode at the time the police officer saw them.
When the investigators contacted the Wiltshire police, the authorities refused to comment. They insisted the incident was a “personal matter” and that the police authorities were not investigating the strange claims.
The incredible story sparked discussion on Scott C. Waring’s UFO Sightings Daily blog.
According to Waring, the police officer’s claim that the strange men moved oddly could be explained by the structure of the legs of Tall White Aliens. Tall White Alien legs below the knees have a shape similar to a dog’s, Waring claimed.
“The police officer says that they moved oddly, which they do, because the shape of their leg (from the knee down) actually goes opposite direction from ours,” the alien hunter commented.
But, according to Waring, Tall Whites are able to mingle with humans unnoticed because they use advanced technology to disguise their appearance.
“Some kind of holo-emitter makes [their feet] appear human like, but they still cannot mask their odd walk,” Waring wrote.
Alien conspiracy theorists claim that Tall White Aliens concluded a trade agreement with the U.S. government in the 1950s. The treaty required the U.S. government to provide certain mineral resources the aliens needed in exchange for access to advanced aerospace technology needed to run Pentagon black projects.
It is claimed that a community of Tall White Alien scientists, engineers, and technicians live in an underground base at the Nellis Air Force Base, a few miles outside Las Vegas.
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