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The incredible images that have been published by “Unexplained Mysteries” show a mysterious ENTITY recently photographed by a hiker who was in Philips Park in Manchester (England).

The photographs have aroused a lot of interest among the community of U̳F̳O̳ enthusiasts, also because some hypotheses such as a monkey, a sloth or a Panda have been excluded, given that in England these animals do not exist and in any case they do not have a humanoid-like appearance. this one photographed by the hiker.

The witness who documented the mysterious creature cannot explain what her camera detected as she walked deep into these woods. Today let\’s take a look at what this woman found during a hike in these English woods.

The witness was hiking through Philips Park in Manchester, England, but did not expect to see this mysterious creature in a nearby tree. The woman was able to quickly take two pictures of the animal and post the images on social media, asking friends and followers what they thought it might be. One person suggested it might be a monkey, but as others have quickly pointed out there is no monkey population in Manchester.

Others who live close to the region have said they have never seen anything like this before and that wildlife in this area is limited, so there isn\’t much that can identify this creature. Ufologists have said that it could be the famous Bruja (or witch), a kind of entity similar to UFH (Unidentified Flying Humanoids) or otherwise e̳x̳t̳r̳a̳t̳e̳r̳r̳e̳s̳t̳r̳i̳a̳l̳ entities sighted and documented in Mexico and other parts of the world.

The famous Bruja or Flatwoods Monster often seen in South America and other parts of the world

Researchers say that it may be a humanoid-looking a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳ creature but of the Nordic type, since it seems to have very light hair. But obviously the photographs are about to be analyzed by MU̳F̳O̳N and CSETI, the most active U̳F̳O̳ centers in the world.

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