'I've been visited by aliens and have photos to prove it'

A TOOWOOMBA man says he has been visited by aliens, and he has evidence to prove it.

Elliott Dorman said he was in his Newtown home in September when he felt a strange sensation.

He decided to take "random" photographs from his window and was shocked by what he saw.

Elliott Dorman says he was visited by aliens and has the evidence to prove it.
Elliott Dorman says he was visited by aliens and has the evidence to prove it.

According to Mr Dorman he captured the images of three aliens which he described as like a frog, preying mantis and humanoid.

Mr Dorman said he decided to go public with the images because he wanted to see how the public would react.

The 73-year-old arrived in Toowoomba in 1966 and said it was the first time he'd seen extraterrestrial creatures.

"I never believed in them before, as far as I was concerned it was just Hollywood," he said.

"But when I saw them, I wasn't surprised, I have always judged that there is a possibility there are other life forms that don't look like us."

Mr Dorman also claims to have photographed ghosts, which he said were identified by their "black eyes".

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