Monday, July 25, 2005

E.T. DNA Inspires ‘C.S.I’ Approach

SYDNEY, Australia (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – You can find E.T. DNA in the strangest places – even wrapped around your privates.

At least that’s how it worked for a man in Sydney, Australia, who claims that in 1988 he was abducted by a gigantic nordic blonde female E.T. and a normal-sized Asian alien.

Supposedly, the alien babes had their way with him and tightly wrapped a blonde hair on his sex organ as a spacey souvenir.

It wasn’t their only “gift.” The guy came away with a three-day coughing fit that started the minute he bit the blonde alien’s breast.

Australian E.T. researcher Bill Chalker has studied the case for years and admits he thought it was unbelievable until he had the chance to place that E.T. hair under a rigorous forensics examination.

Amazingly, the space strand has some bizarre DNA anomalies that suggest an E.T.-human hybrid, such as the links to a rare mongoloid Asian – which Chalker says is highly unusual for a blonde woman.

Chalker discusses the E.T. DNA in a new book, Hair Of The Alien (Paraview Pocket).

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