“Reptilian Alien” Spotted Inside World’s Largest Cave in Vietnam

By on February 7, 2015 // Cryptids // 3 Comments

Sơn Đoòng Cave, located near the Laos-Vietnam border, is (possibly) the largest known cave in the entire world. But if the above video is true, perhaps it would be better known as the home of reptilian aliens.

According to the video, uploaded on January 26, 2015 by Mission Creep7, when the cave opened for tours in 2013, visitors began to report “mysterious sightings” of reptile-like humanoid creatures, with at least one person being abducted and never seen again.

But another previously unreported sighting allegedly involved the local man who first discovered the cave: Hồ-Khanh. As stated in the video, he “encountered what he described as a ‘devil creature.’ He described the creature as having a human body, but with the skin and face structure closer to that of a ‘dragon’ or lizard.” And, believe it or not, he allegedly took a picture, which you can see in the above video.

So, folks, if you ever find yourself spelunking in Sơn Đoòng Cave, remember to keep your eyes open! You never know what you may find.

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Rob Schwarz is a writer, blogger, and part-time peddler of mysterious tales. He manages Stranger Dimensions in between changing aquarium filters and reading bad novels about mermaids.
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  • YAWNER

    YAWN! No video, questionable picture = no story

  • Heath

    I think an article specifically on the whole reptilian concept/theory would be great. I find the idea fascinating for some reason (not to say I am a true believer) and a post about different locations of reptilian sightings, history of the theory, etc. would be interesting. I’ve read a few things tying them to the inner earth theory and even Native American folklore, as best as I can recall, mentioning creatures from underground.

    • Rob

      Come to think of it, I’ve never really written anything about the reptilians. The closest I’ve gotten was maybe the Hollow Earth stuff, and of course this post.

      Good idea, Heath. I’ll look into it.