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Baby Monitor Captures Image of Extraterrestrial Peering Into Home

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While checking her baby monitor, an Australian woman was horrified to discover what she believes was an extraterrestrial peering through her back window on Sunday night, and she snapped a photo to prove it.

The woman, identified only as Judy, had recently purchased a new baby monitor to keep tabs on her 89 year old mother. Judy’s mother lives in the adjoining duplex, and thought that the camera might be a good way to monitor her elderly mother as she worked next door. But after nightfall, Judy noticed something peering into the back window of her mother’s home, and it didn’t look human.

alien baby monitor 3“It was after work in the early evening, I turned the monitor on to find mum safely in her lounge chair watching TV, but the window behind her  revealed a distinct picture of an alien at the window,” she told Before It’s News. “There is NOTHING in her lounge near that window that could cause a reflection like this.”

Judy quickly used her phone to snap a few photos of the space faring peeper and sent it to a friend before she ran out to check the yard with her loyal dog by her side. When she arrived there, though, the creature was nowhere to be found. The disappearance of the humanoid was not the end to the night’s weirdness, however, as Judy’s canine companion soon began to experience some strange symptoms.

“Later that night she [the dog] woke me to go to the toilet 6 times at half hourly intervals and I took my torch to see what she was passing because this was not a normal occurrence for her.  Her bowel motions were very liquified with blood in them.  She is an inside dog so hasn’t been outside my own property which is safe from anything or any other dogs, my initial thoughts were radiation that now seems to have passed.”

Did Judy capture an unwitting alien spying on her mother? Some armchair investigators have told Judy that she might more likely be dealing with a ghost, or even a flesh and blood intruder. What do you think? Tweet us your thoughts at @WhoForted, message us on Facebook, or engage us in the comments section below.

UPDATE: Now that it’s been mentioned, the humanoid in the photographs looks eerily similar to the creatures featured in a case we’ve been tackling over the last year involving cave dwelling “goblins” in Kentucky. Check out the similarity between the photos from Judy and a photo of one of the “goblins” below. Could they be the same creatures?

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Greg Newkirk

Greg Newkirk

Senior Editor at Who Forted
Documentary film-maker, professional monster chaser, and mystery monger, Greg is the senior editor for Who Forted? 'Zine. When he's not occupied by writing about the wide world of the weird, he's busy directing and editing documentary films like The Bigfoot Hunter: Still Searching or writing about offbeat travel for Roadtrippers. He's currently in production on his new project: an original documentary web series titled Planet Weird. He currently lives in Cincinnati.
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15 Comments

  1. Martin J. Clemens

    03/26/2013 at 3:31 PM

    Yet another blurry photo of an undefined blob in a window, I’m beginning to think ET and Bigfoot are camera shy.

    Just one more thing, radiation sickness doesn’t present that fast.

  2. Dana Newkirk

    03/26/2013 at 3:32 PM

    Sort of looks like the Kentucky goblin a bit.

    • Greg Newkirk

      03/26/2013 at 3:38 PM

      Holy crap, Dana.. you’re right! I’m adding that as a post script to this piece.

      • Coppertop

        03/26/2013 at 8:18 PM

        If it IS a Kentucky Goblin, it’s a long way from home.

        Seriously, though; it’s too blurry to be sure, but there is a resemblance. Wish there was more to go on.

  3. Totem

    03/26/2013 at 5:00 PM

    Wow, peeping Tom travels light year to spy gramma mum in her nighty. That is weird news! Dirty little reptile!

  4. Michael

    03/26/2013 at 6:14 PM

    Stan Romanek called, he wants his puppet back.

  5. Henry Paterson

    03/26/2013 at 6:37 PM

    Looks like Gilligan

  6. XDisk

    03/26/2013 at 6:38 PM

    Looks like a side profile of a man in a baseball cap. Perhaps casing the joint in advance of a break in?

    Just sayin…

    • Coppertop

      03/26/2013 at 8:19 PM

      I don’t see the baseball cap, unless you’re referring to that dark line across the… er, ‘head.’ Looks more like goggles to me, though, but I could just be seeing what I want to see.

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  9. Stormeye

    03/27/2013 at 5:26 AM

    Honestly, this picture is so fuzzy it could be almost anything. This is the disadvantage to being an “armchair investigator” . . . so often, all that appears in the news is the bare bones of an incident. Setting aside the possibility of a hoax, there are so many questions one might ask here:

    1) Did the “trusty dog” hit (detect scent) on anything while he and Judy were in the back yard? Would Judy even recognize the signs if he had?
    2) Were there any tracks or other findings of physical disturbance in the area around the window? Would anyone in the family even know what to look for?
    3) Does the witness have any history of problems with neighbors or are there any known sexual offenders in the area?
    4) Were the dog’s feces submitted for analysis of any kind?

    And we could go on and on. My point? There is not nearly enough information to be making any sort of informed guess about what this could be.

  10. KM

    03/29/2013 at 7:27 AM

    A fuzzy picture does not an alien make. Ima go all Occam and say it’s just a garden variety pervert, which is plenty creepy. Peepers are some sick bastards. To quote some crime guy can’t recall the name of: “not all peepers become stranger rapists, but all stranger rapists have been peepers.” And yes, old ladies are sometimes targets.

  11. Jalapeno Jelly

    05/17/2013 at 12:05 PM

    Holy balls that’s creepy…this my friends, is why you don’t keep your shades up at night.

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