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Woman Claims She Saw 'Huge Creature Crawling On The Moon'

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Woman Claims She Saw 'Huge Creature Crawling On The Moon'

A woman claims she saw a 'huge creature crawling on the Moon' recently.

Danielle Currums, from Woodchurch, Wirral, spotted the bizarre shape while gazing up at the Supermoon last month, and shared the eerie photos on social media.

Speaking about the sighting, the 40-year-old said couldn't believe it.

The mum told the Liverpool Echo: "I was about to go to bed when I remembered the Supermoon and wanted to test out my new Samsung Galaxy S20 camera to see how good it was.

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"I knew I had missed it at its peak of 10pm, but had a clear view so started taking some pictures.

"I was delighted with them, until I noticed a big, dark, black thing. It looked like a creature crawling over the Moon - I could not believe my eyes.

Credit: Danielle Currums
Credit: Danielle Currums

"So much so, that I had to look at the Moon with a marked eye to ensure it was not an aerial.

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"And there it was, it was on the Moon. And it was not long before the whole thing floated past and disappeared into darkness."

Danielle took the snaps at around 11pm on 7 May.

But after posting them online, she said she came in for a fair bit of criticism from some who said she was wrong and that it was just the silhouette of a TV aerial.

Something she rejects.

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She said: "I got a lot of stick for it, lots of people telling me it was a TV aerial - I am not that stupid, I would know if it was a TV aerial or not.

Credit: Danielle Currums
Credit: Danielle Currums

"There are no TV aerials where I live, I could see the Moon clearly and it was so high up there was no way I was going to get an aerial in the shot.

"And it definitely floated past the Moon. And no, I hadn't been drinking or taken any medication that could have affected my vision.

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"And no, I don't think it was aliens because I don't believe in them."

Danielle said she just wishes she'd got more proof of the 'creature' at the time.

Adding: "In hindsight, I should have taken a video to show it moving.

"I will next time, although I have missed the last Supermoon this year - the Strawberry Moon because it was too overcast this weekend."

Featured Image Credit: Danielle Currums

Topics: Liverpool, Science, photo, Social Media, Weird, Moon

Dominic Smithers
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