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John Rhodes Images 6/22/05

The following images and captions were provided by John Rhodes for the 6/22/05 show.


Medical Exam - "Reports of Reptoid contact are on the rise. A soon-to-be U.S. Army General even reported encountering seeing something similar to the authorities before he died. Who are these mysterious co-inhabitors of the planet? Why are they studying us?"



Reptoid Profile - "This is a scientifically extrapolated illustration that shows what the Troodon dinosaurs may have looked like if they survived the meteor impact 65 million years ago. Given the historical accounts of reptilian-humanoid encounters and the reptoid sightings that are sweeping the nation, perhaps we should be searching our own planet's underground for beings that look like this."










Night Visit - "Dreams or reality? It appears as though the answer is both. Night-time encounters sometimes act as stimulants to the human psyche and strange, uncomfortable serpent or reptoid-filled dreams often follow. The difficulty for the experiencer is determining which scenario was the dream and which was the memory of a real event."

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