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Bogus Adrian UFO Case - Just A Reminder

Remember those great Pleiadian UFO contactees and all their UFO photos and video? Nice crystal clear shots of 'beam ships' and various other type of craft. Enter Adrian, self-proclaimed Pleiadian contactee from Florida. Adrian's story is that the same aliens contacting infamous UFO contactee Billie Meier are also now contacting him. Like his Swiss counterpart, Adrian has many photos he alleges show Pleaidian spaceships. Well, don't be fooled by some photos, and here's why...

The photo above appears on Sean David Morton's website and Morton has heavily promoted Adrian as the real deal. Click here to read an interview (it is a PDF file, click on issue 30, 'The Man that Fell To Earth') (Ed. Note: Though the main web site remains, this particular link has been removed.) that appears in a past issue of Morton's newsletter about him meeting Adrian. On Morton's website he states,

"This incredible photo was taken in 1995 by Pleiadian contactee Adrian. He used to live on the top floor of a condo complex next to a golf course in Miami, Florida. He crouched down on his porch when they appeared in order to get the patio railing in the shot to show some distance and perspective. These four craft represent various advances in Pleiadian technology. The craft on the far left, he claims, is a German craft built in the 1920s with assistance from the Pleiadians. This group of 'P's come from a planet called Romul in the Alcyone star system. This is just one of nearly a thousand pictures that are currently being analyzed. "

Morton also claimed that he had Adrian's alleged UFO photos analyzed, saying, "His videos and photographs are the best I have ever seen. I took the material to men who were the best in their field. Special effects wizards working on the upcoming blockbuster, 'INDEPENDENCE DAY', and NASA contractors who analyzed the material and told me they could find no fault, flaw, or evidence of trickery, hoax or fraud in the pictures..."

Hopefully Morton releases this analysis to the public when he talks about Adrian's case and the above photo.. Jeff Ritzman, a well known UFO investigator and special effects artists found a bit of a problem with Morton's promotion of Adrian's photo. You see, Ritzmann discovered the profound secret driving Adrian's UFO propulsion systems - string!

In the enhanced photo above, courtesy of Ritzmann, you can clearly see strings supporting Adrian's bogus Pleiadian ships...

Morton began promoting Adrian's case and is alleged to have told Adrian that he "could make a lot of money" from his case. Morton went so far as changing Adrian's name to 'Akron' and sending him on a speaking tour of Europe - the tour was reported to have not done well. Morton has stated several times in public that he possesses a video allegedly showing Adrian boarding a beam ship and then flying off. While Morton has been boasting about this tape for quite some time, the public has yet to see it. Since the source of the information is Morton, that automatically makes it dubious at best.

Also on Morton's website are a variety of other photos. (Ed. Note: The main website is still active, but the link has been removed.) The photo below is alleged to have been taken during World War II of a German craft at a landing base:

ABOVE: Photo from Morton's website. About the photo Morton states, "Circa World War II picture of a landed VRIL or Hannabu class flying saucer with engineers and pilots, allegedly taken at a German UFO base somewhere in Europe."

On the same website page appear two photos alleged to have been taken by Adria of Pleiadian UFOs at a secret landing base.

LEFT: Morton states, "A fleet of Pleiadian craft, nearly 300 feet in diameter are seen here landing at a secret Pleiadian base supposedly somewhere in the Matto Grosse area of Central Brazil." RIGHT: Morton states, " Taken again by Adrian, we see the detail of a man standing at the foot of a series of landing/launching pads."

See the similarities in the three photos? It is far too easy to fake UFO photos and anyone with half an imagination can easily do it. This is not to say we should discount all UFO photos as fraudulent, just the ones appearing here...

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