Man Finds Alien Bracelet Out walking His Dog

Is this an Alien communication device? The person who found this was walking his dog one day and found it in the woods on his dog walking trail. He apparently tried to get it to the Alien implant Doctor. Apparently the guy's missing now and so is the bracelet? Who knows fully, but they managed to get a video of it.

Man Finds Alien Bracelet Out walking His Dog.

He is called Dr. Roger Krevin Leir (March 20, 1935 – March 14, 2014) was an American podiatric surgeon and ufologist best known as an investigator of alleged alien implants. Leir wrote books such as The Aliens and the Scalpel, and appeared on various radio and television shows, including Coast to Coast AM, claiming he had discovered proof of "non-terrestrial experimentation on man".

Leir was born in the San Francisco Bay area in 1935. He moved to southern California at age 13. He described his childhood imagination as “wild and vivid”, often fantasising that he was able to fly. He attended the University of Southern California and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Science in 1961. In 1964, he qualified as a podiatrist, and later became involved with the local chapter of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).

At a MUFON conference in 1995, Leir examined X-rays from a woman who believed she was an abductee. He later extracted two small metallic foreign objects from her, and also from a second patient. The objects were analysed by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, which determined that they were "composed of commonly found elements", such as iron or aluminium. In describing some of these elements, the lab report made reference to the composition of meteors. Leir interpreted this to mean that the objects removed from his patients were "of extraterrestrial origin". He came to believe the objects were devices implanted by aliens and "scientific proof of non-terrestrial experimentation on man". Link to the YouTube channel Twisted Reality.

Leir soon became prominent in the alien abduction and UFO communities. He hired a dentist, a radiologist and a general surgeon to assist him in his practice. Leir claimed the objects he removed from patients emitted “deep space frequency radio waves", had strange magnetic properties, or contained odd crystalline structures. According to sceptical investigator Joe Nickel, the "implants" Leir claimed to have discovered were most likely ordinary objects such as shards of glass or fragments of metal that become lodged in arms, hands, legs and feet due to accidental falls or barefoot walking. When asked to provide a forensic medical institute with specimens or photos for analysis, Leir's associate, Derrel Sims, refused.

Quick update:
Here's the video of the alien he apparently got the bracelet from?

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