Many people have aliens living right in their neighborhoods – and you can post these visitors by looking for certain tip-offs, say UFO experts.
Because aliens may look just like human beings or be disguised as humans, you can’t pinpoint them by appearance.
Instead, you must look for a combination of unusual behavior patterns and odd details about their homes, experts say.
They listed six signs to watch for – but pointed out that your neighbor would have to display most, if not all, of these traits before you can positively identify him as an alien.
1. Sleep or work patterns of abnormal length.
“An alien’s day on its native planet may be shorter or longer than ours,” noted Brad Steiger, a renowned UFO investigator and author.
For this reason, he said, an alien may sleep at odd times of the day or night.
2. A mood change, fear or physical reaction when near certain high-tech hardware that radiates electromagnetic waves.
For example, when around a microwave oven an alien may break out in a rash, said Dr. Thomas Easton, a theoretical biologist and futurist.
3. Anxiety, stress or discomfort when using Earth transportation.
Aliens are accustomed to safe, highly advanced forms of transportation – so they feel uncomfortable and also endangered when riding in a vehicle such as a car or train – which are primitive vehicles to them, explained Steiger.
4. Constant information gathering.
“An alien’s prime objective is to study us and our planet – this information gathering is vitally important,” revealed Steiger.
For this reason, aliens will seem to be constantly buying newspapers, magazines, language tapes and other material that will help them in their information-gathering efforts, say experts.
5. Ownership of unusually large amounts of high-technology equipment, such as advanced computers.
Aliens need this type of equipment to help them collect and store information, said Steiger.
6. The misuse of common everyday items.
Many objects that we take for granted may seem foreign to an alien and it may not know how to properly use them, explained Dr. Easton.
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