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Human Bones found in Algarve - update

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Post by Snifferdog on 06.06.12 13:09

Interesting that the previous bottom photo I posted is showing again when I posted up the new one. I wonder if it will still be there later?

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Post by Spaniel on 06.06.12 15:15

I leant my head to the left so that the left of the picture appears as the top and this is what I see. To the left of the dark patch the face of a Spaniel puppy. To the right a dog's face with a blaze down its muzzle, then the legs. It looks like two dogs lying together. To me the dog's faces are perfectly clear. It's probably one of those pics where we all see different things, although this wasn't apparently the one sent to authorities.

What makes our members think that oddity is a poster here, is it the writing style?

ETA The terrier looking dog has his chin on the Spaniel's chest. The more I look the better the detail appears.
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Post by Snifferdog on 06.06.12 15:33

I see they are both "postage stamps" now. After I posted up the second rotated one the first and second one were showing but now they are both "postage stamps". Perhaps I am not allowed to post these pics from Oddity. To me it looks like a body but I think it is very subjective as to what one sees. I saw what looks like a body lying with the head in your left hand corner, body straight across to mid right hand side. I shall look for your Spaniels!

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Post by FH on 11.06.12 14:49

@Snifferdog wrote:I see they are both "postage stamps" now. After I posted up the second rotated one the first and second one were showing but now they are both "postage stamps". Perhaps I am not allowed to post these pics from Oddity. To me it looks like a body but I think it is very subjective as to what one sees. I saw what looks like a body lying with the head in your left hand corner, body straight across to mid right hand side. I shall look for your Spaniels!

Do we have any idea of scale? Is it 0.5m by 1m, or 20m by 40m? My brain isn't good at pattern recognition, I can't see a body, or dogs, just pixellated bluriness.

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Post by david_uk on 11.06.12 15:08

I can see a skeletal figure huddled up, with knees up to chest. But if I looked hard enough I would likely see the face of our lord!

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Post by FH on 11.06.12 15:43

@david_uk wrote:I can see a skeletal figure huddled up, with knees up to chest. But if I looked hard enough I would likely see the face of our lord!

I still can't see it. To me there look to be a lot of parallel and perpendicular lines almost like walls or a building and if the darkness is shadow, then there is a large tower like structure in the middle. They could of course be artifacts of the pixellation.

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Post by david_uk on 11.06.12 16:19



This is just what I see, like a magic eye pic! or Ink Blob! , it could just as easily be a shot of an Airbase or Loch Ness!!

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Post by anil39200 on 11.06.12 16:42

Wait, I can see numbers and letters, could it be a k, j, t, y, and a number 2, is there also a couple of b's there?.....no, ludicrous, how could that be their fault anyway? Sorry warped humour day: winkwink

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Post by Guest on 11.06.12 17:23

@anil39200 wrote:Wait, I can see numbers and letters, could it be a k, j, t, y, and a number 2, is there also a couple of b's there?.....no, ludicrous, how could that be their fault anyway? Sorry warped humour day:
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Post by anil39200 on 11.06.12 22:07

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@anil39200 wrote:Wait, I can see numbers and letters, could it be a k, j, t, y, and a number 2, is there also a couple of b's there?.....no, ludicrous, how could that be their fault anyway? Sorry warped humour day:
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Post by FH on 13.06.12 21:33

@david_uk wrote:

This is just what I see, like a magic eye pic! or Ink Blob! , it could just as easily be a shot of an Airbase or Loch Ness!!

Thank you. It's a bit clearer, but I'd still love to know the scale.

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Post by david_uk on 14.06.12 9:44

@FH wrote:
@david_uk wrote:

This is just what I see, like a magic eye pic! or Ink Blob! , it could just as easily be a shot of an Airbase or Loch Ness!!

Thank you. It's a bit clearer, but I'd still love to know the scale.
Indeed! me too, this might just be the last resting place of Gulliver....

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