In a world full of strange and unexplained phenomena, a recent photograph of a long-legged, skinny and translucent humanoid creature walking along the banks of the Pilcomayo River in Bolivia caused a sensation on the Internet. The photo, which quickly spread on social media, led many to question the authenticity of the mysterious creature pictured.
The photo, taken by ufologist Javier Carlos Cordero, shows a transparent figure with long limbs that resembles the famous gray aliens often associated with extraterrestrial encounters. Cordero himself stated, “It looks like a transparent creature with long limbs, typical of gray creatures. But we have to determine how true it is.”
However, as with any viral sensation, there were skeptics who questioned the authenticity of the photo. Many online users noted that the translucent figure of the creature is not reflected in the river, leading them to believe that it is an obvious fake. But can there be a logical explanation for this discrepancy?
Experts speculate that the creature might not have been walking along the very edge of the bank, so it is not reflected in the water. There is also speculation that the creature may be wearing some sort of camouflage or camouflage, making its figure translucent. These theories add a layer of mystery to an already enigmatic image.
The Bolivian town of Tarija, where the phenomenon occurred, is known for frequent sightings of UFOs and other unexplained phenomena. Moreover, the region is considered one of the main UFO hotspots in the country. One notable case occurred in May 1978, when hundreds of people living on the Bolivian-Argentine border claimed to have witnessed a spacecraft crashing into Mecoya.
Described as “the most credible case of a UFO crash in South America,” this unsolved mystery attracted the attention not only of locals but also of the U.S. military. The cylindrical-shaped object crashing into the mountainside aroused curiosity and speculation, leaving eyewitnesses in awe and fear. Corporal Natalio Farfan Ruiz, a military officer from Bolivia, even admitted that at that moment he thought “the world had ended.
Dr. Amelia Rodriguez, a prominent ufologist, shared her thoughts on the alien image, “While it is difficult to authenticate this photo without further investigation, it is important to consider the larger context. Tarija has a long history of UFO sightings, and this sighting adds to the growing body of evidence indicating that something unusual may be happening in the region.”
Dr. Rodriguez’s statement underscores the importance of studying such phenomena and keeping an open mind to the unknown. Perhaps as science and technology advances, we will one day unravel the mysteries surrounding these elusive creatures and their connection to our world.