Now, I’m not implying that the object is a diminutive, living, breathing organism, but upon scrutinizing the enlarged images, it does bear a resemblance to a two-legged creature of some sort: featuring a head, an eye, a body, arms, legs, hands, and feet.
The identity of this enigmatic object remains a mystery, but it’s clearly something substantial, as it reflects light and casts a discernible shadow on the ground. It doesn’t resemble any known animals like squirrels, rats, or birds. Its appearance is undeniably unusual.
It’s possible that it could be an anomaly caused by the angle, lighting, or some other photographic artifact, but I lack expertise in photography to provide a definitive explanation. I can only describe how it appears to me.
The photograph was taken using a 12 MP camera, set to full auto mode and at maximum resolution. No zoom was applied. The location was Cowley Hill Lane in St. Helens, situated between the entrance to Victoria Park and the now-demolished health center.
Mellisa has expressed her intention to share the photo with experts for their analysis.
She went on to mention, “One researcher noted that the figure appears two-dimensional and lacks intricate details, which others have also pointed out. She emphasized that the photo is entirely consistent with bright, sunny conditions, and less detail would be expected in overcast or gloomy weather. Additionally, she raised an intriguing question: if the figure were indeed a shape-shifting alien entity capable of altering its appearance, how would we perceive it with the human eye?”
During the time I took the photo, I did not spot the figure; it was merely a quick test shot to assess the camera’s performance.
As for the possibility of someone placing the object there as a prank, a model, a toy, or a cardboard cutout, it remains perplexing why neither I nor any passerby, including children or authorities, noticed or retrieved it.
A more detailed examination of the ‘entity.’
What are your thoughts on Mellisa’s peculiar photograph?