One of the photographs taken by Mars exploration rover Opportunity has a bunker built inside the wall of a crater with alien people inside, says former journalist Andre Gignac, who claims to be interested in astronomy since the 1970s.
Mr. Cignac told Cryptozoology News that his “stunning discovery” came after he noticed a dark spot on the rim of the Endeavour crater. He says his curiosity got the better of him, so he decided to examine the photograph in more detail.
The alien enthusiasts’ journal quoted Mr. Cignac as saying:
“I was stunned. It was a massive panoramic window built in the inside wall of the crater.”
The original photo (top). The one below is after Cignac used “usual tools, such as focus, contrast, exposure, color and tint.” He says he can see aliens in the second picture. (Images: Cryptozoology News)
The Mars enthusiast insists he can see ‘people’ inside the window of the bunker. “You can see a person behind the bunker’s window,” he claims.
Mr Cignac speculates that the bunker is probably a corridor to a larger one. Near the bunker window he says there are rockets, missiles and structures deployed in a circle.
According to Cryptozoology News, Mr. Cignac used to work as a journalist for Montreal-based Publications Québecor and the UN in New York.
NASA had previously explained that certain formations found on the Red Planet could be due to groundwater erosion.
Mr. Cignac has been looking at NASA photos of Mars every day for the past 11 months, hoping to find something significant. Perhaps, too much enthusiasm and impatience have led to a serious case of pareidolia.
According to Wikipedia “Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon involving a vague and random stimulus (often an image or sound) being perceived as significant.”