Colo.– A man released a series of pictures of unidentified flying “creatures” that have left paranormal investigators looking for clues to decipher their true nature.
Larry Smith, owner of the photographs, says these “entities” have been showing up in his backyard frequently.
The series of images, reportedly taken by a D8 Wild Innovations trail camera, depict green and orange light blobs that appear to contain a cellular structure within their “translucent wings”.
“I believe there is male and female and a breeding population as have seen different sizes and ages,” Smith told Leon Drew, a researcher who claims to have been investigating the paranormal for six years.
The “critters”, Smith said last week, are bigger than any bird he has ever seen and “bigger than the 11′ wide fire pit” featured on the picture.
Smith also claims to have seen a bunch of Mongolian death worms performing aerobatics and mating in that same backyard.
And although Drew is not convinced that the pictures contain live creatures, he believes there could be something to the mystery.
He is referring to the Undines, also called Elementals, purported water creatures present in European mythology that are ruled by the moon’s physics.
“An unnamed source stated ‘these come from a lake nearby. They are about 10,000 years old. They are posing for the critter camera to send a message. Clean up the water, stop polluting!'” Drew said.
The researcher wonders whether the pictures are showing “Elementals, water droplets on a camera lens, or an inter-dimensional entity”.
Drew claims to have had experiences with spirits, UFO’s and Sasquatch throughout his life. These encounters, he says, have made him be “looked at as a nut by many”.
A similar anomaly surfaced also in Colorado two weeks ago and was captured by the surveillance system of an Arvada resident.
In September, John Bomhoff, a videographer from Florida, recorded a parallel event where numerous “blue lights” that appeared to be organic in nature had invaded a woman’s home.