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Scott C waring has resumed posting on his website ufosightingsdaily.com four months after quitting.
Mr Waring had been highlighted by UFO hoax busters on a number of online blacklists after making a series of outlandish claims that he had found a menagerie of Earth-like wild animals in images of the Red Planet taken by the NASA Curiosity rover droid which is scouring the Martian surface.
These included objects in the images Mr Waring claimed were a bear, monkey, giant mouse, baboon, crabs,and even tiny alien beings.
In his first post since returning, dated September 12, Mr Waring said it would only be a part-time venture now.
He said: “Many readers asked me to come back, so every now and then I will make a post.”
He went on to claim he had uncovered a jellyfish out of water on a rocky surface.
He blogged: “I found this jellyfish like spider today in a Mars photo.
“The spider like creature is standing straight up and has two large black eyes.
“It has many legs, at least four that I can see and the legs star out as flesh coloured, then as you look lower they turn transparent.”
He then took a pop at NASA for failing to find any evidence of life on Mars.
Mr Waring added: “It took my 30 seconds to find this. You would think that after a decade of NASA exploring the Mars surface, they would at least reveal a single life form found on Mars.”
Then in another post yesterday, he claimed to find an alien skull.
He said: “This giant alien skull was just screaming out with its mouth wide open waiting to be found.
“It is huge, about two times the size of a bowling ball.
“It’s easy to make out the eye sockets, nose socket and open mouth, but did you notice the horn-like appendage on the top of one side of its head?
“It may have two horns, the other hidden on the other side.”
Mr Waring went quiet in May after spending the last seven years reporting alleged UFO and alien sightings every 24 hours on his website ufosightingsdaily.com.
It had grown to become one of the most well-known UFO websites in the world, with its reports regularly followed up by media across the globe.
He wrote back in May: “My last post. Thanks for the seven years of support. We have accomplished a lot together.”
But after saying ridicule against UFO hunters was less frequent now, he appeared to blame it for his own decision to quit.
He said: “I think it’s changed. It was educational before, it was enlightening before, it was even comforting somehow knowing the truth, but it seems to have taken a turn as entertainment.
“That was never my intention. This is serious stuff that has depths that even I can’t fathom. It deservers serious thought and research, not contempt and ridicule.”
Scott Brando, who runs the hoax-busting website ufoofinterest.org, was pleased to see Mr Waring stop.
He said the “ridiculous claims of finding animals on Mars were the reason the subject faced ridicule.
He said at the time: “If this statement is true, the UFO Community will be better without him.”
On learning the website was active again, he said on Twitter: “I am lost for words.”