The video, posted to YouTube on Feb. 21, seems like any of thousands of videos taken by tourists visiting the legendary, iconic and ancient monument. In it, people are milling around the site and this visitor is videotaping while touring it.
As the camera passes one particular sarsen stone, an eerie image is clearly seen. The video doesn't explain whether or not the visitor realized what was captured at that moment, or if it was noticed later upon review.
In any case, the video poster uses imaging tools in post-production to superimpose a classic representation of a so-called "Grey Alien" with the bulbous head, large, black eyes and disproportionately thin neck on to the image etched in stone.
The result is a striking similarity to what are now known as alien visitors who, some claim, are visiting Earth and even abducting humans for unknown purposes.
Has this ever been noticed or studied before?
It's undeniable, upon close examination, that the image does indeed bear a resemblance to the now classic rendering of this alleged alien race.
But, does that lead to the conclusion that Stonehenge was either built, or influenced by that same race thousands of years ago?
Click the video for a look.
What do you think?
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