February 19, 2015

Ancient Dinosaur Skull Found With Teeth On Mars, Feb 2015, UFO Sighting News.



Date of discovery: February 2015
Location of discovery: Mars
Source photo: http://mars.jpl.nasa.gov/msl-raw-images/msss/00297/mcam/0297MR1243012000E2_DXXX.jpg

This is an odd one for sure, but the thing is you really have to look carefully at the photo to see what really is there. Look closely and you will see there is a nostril area, lower jaw area and jaw hinge area as well. There are also teeth. A crap load of teeth and evenly spaced and white as all get out. Its the details that we have to focus on. It leads us to the truth. 

When I was living in Idaho I enjoyed a hobby of hunting for indian arrow heads that were over 700 years old. My friends at the university laughed at me and said it was impossible. I decided to think use what I learned in psychology and link the patterns...look for a camp, but to do that I had to look for bushes, because seeds will fall from their food. When I found the bushes (in the desert area-easy) I searched for the camp fire...found it..black charred wood. That was where I started searching for the arrowheads, which I found 5 and gave them to the ISU museum. It was the details that others always overlooked that led me to them. Believe in yourself and you will find what you seek. SCW


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  2. I can see how it resembles a dinosaur skull and teeth but looks like gold to me

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  3. I think it's a rock formation... But would love it to be ancient being

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  4. Thank you Scott for using my video. Thats the best payment we get as anomaly hunters :-) Thank you

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  5. Teeth wouldn't be teeth if they were fossils. They'd be fossils, the same colour as the rest of the rock, and indeed made of the same sedimentary rock that the rest of the fossil would be made from. It's not teeth, not a fossil and no amount of amazing Idaho ninja arrow finding skillz will make some rocks on Mars be a space-o-saurus

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