After the first TV spot for J.J. Abrams upcoming sci-fi thriller Super 8 aired during Super Bowl XLV, various individuals began dissecting each frame, and claims were made that the alien monster featured in the movie could be seen within the final shot of the Super 8 camera's lens.

Now it has been discovered that there are at least two or three different variants of this particular TV spot, and that the single frame, which supposedly revealed a look at the creature, contains one piece of a four part puzzle. When put together, these pieces form the rather curious image of a waxy, rubber Quasimodo doll.

There were also parts of a date, of which both halves have now been discovered to reveal: September 19, 1962. This particular date has no significance at this time. It was a Wednesday. It was the release date for the goofy sci-fi romantic family film Eegah, which finds a group of teenagers discovering a prehistoric caveman who goes on a rampage (this sounds slightly similar to the plot of Super 8). It is also the anniversary of the apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary at La Salette, where she warned of the dangers associated with communism. But that is all inconclusive at this moment in time.

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Other photos discovered in the various Super 8 Super Bowl XLV TV spots include a View Master sitting on a suitcase, what looks to be a Man in Black wearing a fedora, a man with bleeding eyes, and more. You can check out the entire gallery of secret found photos below.

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B. Alan Orange