In Denver, Colorado, USA, some folks with a peculiar mindset have signed an election initiative so citizens can vote whether to establish a department for documenting & analyzing claims about extra-terrestrial (ET) entities. Part of the hoopla & hyperbole (hypla) is based on the story of a man from Nebraska who has video of an ET looking into his home through a window.
The news media are only allowed to show a slide from a single frame of the video which contains the "classic," iconic ET triangular head with 135-degree-angled dark eyes. This restricted image use results from the impending release of a copyrighted documentary about ETs with this new video as a final element in the hypla.
It seems odd that a space visitor would look into the windows of a male Nebraska rural resident. Possibly, the idea of privacy may not be a universal virtue, and peeping could an OK behavior in other galaxies. The notion strains credulity however to imagine some ET would travel light years just to sneak a peak at some dude in a farmhouse.
Local deputy sheriffs commented, on condition of anonymity, that the ET would have been much more enlightened up the road a few miles taking a peak into Miss Effie's windows as she sat watching "Desparate Housewives" in her Victoria's Secret nipple-cutout purple lace bra & matching crotchless hooker panties. One deputy pointed out that the school nurse's bathroom window was even more enlightening, when it didn't fog up, especially on a cool Spring evening as she showered & shaved--a perfect Brazilian landing strip he added. All the deputies agreed that videos through those windows would be worth the hypla.
Far more likely, though, the ET was lost & trying to figure out a general location from the type of inhabitants on this planet. It is fairly easy to land near a rural light source, move towards it & check out the neighborhood. It is certainly a lot easier to land in Nebraska than downtown New York City. A lady reporter said that it was also very clear the ET was male because he obviously didn't stoop so low as to ask for directions.
Another journalist stated the old Star Trek canard, "Beam me up, Zbrgnv, no intelligent life here." Pffffffft! A better educated observor paraphrased Dr. Carl Sagan: "The presence of evidence is not evidence of a presence."