2016-09-07 01:27:48 UTC
The purpose of this posting is to ask your advice on the best avenue to
release important information of profound significance to the
crypto-zoological and scientific world.
I took two photos in the forest that depict the existence of a creature of
lore, and, believe it or not, his pet dog. Not sure if it is an elf, pixie,
brownie or none of the above. I shall refer to it as an elf as it was in a
tree (like the Keebler cookie elves).
My wife and I were in a state park in the Midwest United States hiking.
Fortunately we brought our camera.
We heard a crackle, like an egg frying in a pan, and turned around to
witness a pink glowing "orb" pulsing on-off about every second as it slowly
moved upward (from the ground) from north to south. I took the photo, and
on my screen noticed that I (fortunately) captured the pink ball as it
pulsed on---the orb then disappeared and the crackling stopped. My wife and
I agreed that this would be interesting to view on the computer. We did not
know how correct we would be!
About 10-15 seconds later I took another photo of the same spot. A control
photo, if you will.
When I arrived home the first thing I did was uploaded the photos and zoomed
The first photo captured the orb, as expected, but it also captured a
human-like form, no more than 12 inches tall straddling a small horizontal
While the second photo had no pink orb, it was more interesting. The "elf"
no longer straddled the branch, but had turned toward the camera as if it
had seen us. Beside the elf, where there (in photo #1) had been nothing,
there was now what appeared to be his pet dog sitting right beside him on
the branch of the tree!
The elf had two distinct legs, an arm, face wearing a vest and hat. He was
light brown in color. His "pet" had floppy ears and could have been a
bunny, but it was relatively too large compared to the elf.
These two photos are very important photographic evidence that some sort of
mystical "wee-folk" are real. They frolic in trees and travel via orbs, at
least this is true of their dogs.
Again, I want to release this to the world in an unbiased forum, and am
looking for advice. I know so much of the scientific community has been
corrupted by politics, blind faith and their own biases. They may not be
the go-to people any longer. Perhaps pop-culture media may be the way to
go. At least they won't bury it.