There are many stories according to which strange life forms live underground. However, these stories usually remain on the Internet and never reach a global audience.
There are many stories of beings that come from hell and have been with us since the dawn of time.
The most controversial video in YouTube history is one that shows a creature of the Reptilian aspect filmed at a British museum. However, there are four videos like this one that was published on YouTube.
Responsible for uploading these recordings was a company called United Utilities, a company responsible for water in the UK.
Bizarre Encounters with Lizard Men
In the area of cryptozoology and encounters with strange creatures, some accounts are certainly more awesome than others. There are such reports that describe something that is not only fixed within the bizarre but also appears to lie completely outside the biological possibility, outside of nature, and which drives these cases out to the outermost regions. Certainly among these are the various reports of humanoid creatures that can only be described as some kind of twofold lizard. These accounts are extremely bizarre, often disturbing, and serve to defy any simple classification or reason.
Many conspirators began discussing and analyzing the images, claiming that it was really a Reptilian being. The Leigh Journal was the first to collect the images and review them.
Mike Wood, director of the United Utilities’ sewer system, said many employees had reported sightings of some strange creature so they began reviewing the entire network of pipes.
As the movies gained more and more popularity, the theory began that it would be a reptilian take on much more public power.
Mysterious Lizard Men is that of a massive bipedal, reptilian creature that is probably native to the US state of South Carolina, where it is variously known as Lizard Man of Scape Ore Swamp, Lizard Man of Lee County and Monster of Bishopville.
David Vaughan Nonke, born April 29, 1952, is a British conspiracy theorist, speaker and former speaker of the Green Party in the United Kingdom. He is the author of 19 books and The Biggest Secret (1999) has been dubbed “the Rosetta Stone for conspiracy junkies.” In his youth, he was a football goalkeeper for Coventry and he has also worked as a TV presenter. Since 1990 he has concentrated on the question “who or what” it is that controls the world, which is also the main subject of his books and lectures.
In September 1994, Nonke was banned from speaking at the annual Green Party conference, on the grounds that some parts of his latest book, The Robot’s Rebellion, contained anti-Semitic arguments.
Originally posted 2020-03-05 12:23:07.