Alien Abduction


The files contained on this page are some of the best known cases of alien abduction. It is by no means complete. There remains a large number of reports still being researched, and many cases of abduction never reported. Alien abduction is an increasingly troublesome phenomenon which is in need of further research.


A number of the articles contained here were written by UFO Casebook webmaster and researcher B J Booth. All of these are free to download and use as you see fit in the furtherance of research. Other articles contain copyright credentials where noted. These files may also be used as long as the copyright reference is kept intact. This list will be expanded as new cases come to light, so check back for updates.





Thomas E. Reed - Family Abduction
Reed Abduction, Photo 3Published: 5:16 PM 8/1/2010

Reed Family Case Coverage by Debbie Kessler, Paralegal (debbie.kessler57@gmail.com)

Approved by Thom Reed June 2013 (willowlake2012@gmail.com)

The historic UFO case of the Reed Family, was assigned a Vallee classification of “CE4” (close encounter of the 4th kind), with a case category of 3 (physical evidence). The case has many layers and is deeply entwined and remains one of a few CE4 cases to be mentioned within the walls of the United Nations.

The evidence in this case would include a significant amount of radiation, and strong magnetic fields, and is one of a few to have been collected and documented by those in law enforcement. It includes a history of testimony gleaned from conscious recollections, an abundance of documentation, administrative testing, and official reports, followed by dark consequences. The history involves Marian Burrows, grandmother, Nancy Reed, mother, and the two brothers, Thom and Matthew.

In the quaint town of Sheffield, Massachusetts, in the 1960’s, Thomas, age 6, and his younger brother Matthew, experienced life altering events. Due to their vulnerable age, these encounters had an enormous impact on them, crushing their belief system, and denying the two boys of their reality, normalcy, and spirit.

Both have conscious memories of the lengthy experiences with non-human entities, and being taken aboard a tarnished circular looking vessel where an image of a willow tree was displayed, and still remains imbedded in the mind of Thomas to this day. During a fall evening, in Massachusetts, and after a barrage of bright bursts of light, a flash fired through their bedroom window, Thom was engulfed and Matthew was now speaking to an empty bed. An odd stillness accompanied the light, and seemed to be what left their mother, Nancy, and their grandmother, Marian, in a cataleptic state, in an adjacent room.

Matthew ran to his mother, only to find her in this unresponsive state from which he could not wake her. Once she partially regained her senses, Nancy headed to the boys’ bedroom, but before reaching the room, heard a cross between a loud screech and a door slamming. Matthew was no longer beside her.

Now alone in the home with only the grandmother Marian, who stayed at home while Nancy began to frantically search their 80-acre horse farm on horseback, where she eventually spotted them from the Appalachian Trail. Thom and Matthew were about 15 feet away from each other, on a wide, dirt path, eyes locked on one another, heavily shaken and in need of care.

According to Nancy, the boys were visibly suffering from shock. She stated Thom was not responding at all. Their mother and grandmother gave them fluids, wiped the boys down with washcloths, and wrapped them in warm blankets.

As they did so, Thom sat staring at a metal bottle top that Matthew was toying with, watching as it reacted strangely to his brother’s touch. The adults watched over the boys, until they dozed off on the living room sofas next to a fire. The later encounter of 1969, involved four members of the Reed family and the night that would finally drive them to sell their home, property and restaurant, the “Village on the Green”.

Nancy, Marian, Thom and Matthew were headed home following a horse show, at about 8:00 at night, when they observed what Marian referred to as a bright “floating strip mall” above the left side of the station wagon. The family spoke of what was felt as some sort of force, and a tingling vibe, running through their bodies, before their car coasted to a stop off to the right side of the road. Only the sounds of stones tapping under the fender walls of their car were heard, followed by a dead silence. A barometric change in pressure was also felt before a deafening eruption of katydids and crickets.

Reed Abduction, Photo 2 The family has collectively been able to reconstruct and piece together much of that night in 1969. Thom’s recollection is one of disturbing accounts in a large dark room, and long brightly-illuminated hallways, under a body-encompassing chamber/cylinder, and crying out for one another.

Many have asked how the beings appeared and there has been a lot of speculation on the terminology. Thom has described the beings which were witnessed as being a genetically engineered or manufactured intelligent insect-type being with some human characteristics, such as hands, that would stand on two feet and vary from three to five feet in height.

After their return to the vehicle, the family experienced a period of disorientation, where it was said that the car was facing a different direction than when it had come to a stop earlier. Thomas ran to his grandmother, who was wandering aimlessly in the middle of the road; Nancy cataleptic in the passenger seat but had been driving earlier; Matthew was unconscious in the fetal position in the backseat.

Several years later, Nancy married Howard Reed, and recounted her family’s history with UFOs and non-human entities as far back as 1954, in Moosehead Lake, Maine. This ran in stark contrast to Howard’s political aspirations, the position he held in local office and his high standing in the community.

By the 1980’s, Thom’s father, Attorney Howard Reed, PhD, met Attorney Robert Bletchman, who became Thom’s personal attorney, and spent years reviewing the Reed case, even locating corresponding reports and supportive testimony, to include several dozen witnesses.

Robert discovered supporting documentation, including an incident in August of 1969, where a Hynek & Vallee rating was assigned to a South Egremont Country Club case that placed a craft over the Reed’s property. Many of the witnesses, who gave testimony in 1969, were just 7 miles from the Reed home.

In 1992, the Reed’s case would assist Bletchman by adding credible and corroborated testimony, to include the Reeds’ statements on the barometric change in pressure, electromagnetic “vibe”, calming state, and the manipulation of gravity, all of which was voiced in support of other cases by Robert at the United Nations Symposium on October 2, 1992.

The objective of the Symposium was to introduce substantiated cases to motivate the U.N. to reconsider 33/426. (33/426 references an establishment of an agency or a dept. of the U. N. for undertaking, coordinating and disseminating the results of research into unidentified flying objects.). This came 10 days before NASA began SETI’s Microwave Observing Project (MOP/HRMS). This United Nation’s mention was a testament to the caliber and the seriousness of the Reed case.

Reed Abduction, Photo 4What prompted the Reed case to resurface after several decades were the brothers’ encounters 40 years later. The evidence in the encounter of March 30, 2009, involving Matthew in Brownsburg, Indiana, was investigated by those in law enforcement, as well as Aerospace groups.

Matthew’s SUV instrument panel was found to be damaged; Matthew was missing time and there was blood on his steering wheel and shirt; a rather high amount of radiation was detected and verified; magnetic fields were also witnessed and recorded on video. This magnetism would spin a compass needle from a distance of two feet. Officer White, a detective, with over 30 years law enforcement experience, worked the case, and reported it as “authentic encounters with an unknown powerful force”.

Robert Bigelow, the founder of Bigelow Aerospace, had recently financed an organization and teams to investigate CE3 and CE4 cases, such as the Reed case. Additional organizations also researched the Reed case, such as the Star Team and smaller third party groups. All investigating personnel came to the same conclusion, and validated the radiation, magnetic anomalies, as well as medical records, statements and testimony.

Thomas’s recent encounter would also be investigated by Detective White, who also in 2010 took Thom to Advanced Polygraph. Thom passed his Polygraph test on his family’s encounters which covered a broad spectrum of events dating back to 1966, with a score of over 99.1%, which was administered by a 30 year veteran police officer, at the Department of Defense, Polygraph Institute / Advanced Polygraph.

Note: In 2006, Howard voiced his interest in a collective book project on the family’s experiences with vessels and other life forms, to include a compilation of sensitive material gathered over the years. Howard suffered an untimely death by a virus of “unknown origin” on October 2nd- this was 14 years to the day after the Reed’s case was mentioned at the United Nations Symposium, October 2nd, 1992.

The CDC, on sweeping Howard’s office, reported finding a vial containing the deadly virus in his air conditioning unit. The building was closed and remains closed to this day. Oct. 6th was then proclaimed a day of remembrance in Howard’s honor, by the City of Bridgeport, CT as he was strongly supported by Senator Christopher Dodd. A Ph.D. who released his test results regarding the Reed case after evaluating family members, on September 15, 2010, was also found dead on November 12th, 2010, just eight weeks later.

In memory of Tom’s father, a commemorative bench can be seen in the City Green. Thomas Reed was a South Beach fashion photographer, and the founder of Miami Models, w/clients: Polo Black Label, Tommy Hilfiger, and Ralph Lauren. He held positions in upper management with companies, Honeywell and Entergy.

Several of Thom’s childhood sketches from 1969, depicting what he witnessed first-hand involving his encounters, are displayed at the Roswell UFO Museum. Thom was not the only child to draw renderings, as many of the children penciled what they had seen, which also hung next to Thom’s, beneath the chalk board in his fourth grade classroom.

The family members share the same blood type, O Rh negative, and A Rh negative.

Case Coverage:

Alien Mysteries, Premiere

Canada TV

Daily Planet TV

CT Morning Live British Columbia News

EP Daily News

Travel Channel

Los Angeles Times

CBS Radio

The Berkshire Record, cover

Metro Pulse, cover

Raw TV / Animal Planet

Featured in 2013 book “Alien Abduction Files”

CTV Canada AM, Morning Show

Innerspace TV

CT Morning Live Saskatoon

CP24 Newsflow TVFox Morning Show

Discovery Channel

Chicago Tribune

The Berkshire Eagle, cover

Paranormal Paparazzi, premiere

Knoxville News Sentinel

Mysterious World TV

Destination America

Note: The so-called "alien abduction" phenomenon seems to be virtually defunct according to many researchers. In Jun-2002 Dr. Mark Rodeghier of CUFOS remarked that the number of abduction reports have been down and continuously declining over the last few years (compared to 1980s-1990s), despite much greater publicity and awareness. This has been stated by others, such as John Velez (comment) and The Mack Institute. However, Dr.D.Jacobs of ICAR in a 2007 interview suggested that he doesn't see any significant change in numbers and that "since the change in 2003 any discussion of it is considered non-compliance" (SDI446 @ 1:27:20).

Summary: The abduction phenomenon is an umbrella term used to describe a number of assertions stating that alien beings (typically the ones popularly known as "Greys", but occasionally very tall (2.1m / 7ft) and slim "praying mantis"-like, and shorter (1m / 3ft) "reptilian" brown-skinned hooded beings are mentioned) take humans against their will, to an unknown environment (which they may perceive as a UFO), for "medical testing" with a focus on reproductive issues, after which they are returned to the same place they were taken from, with their memories clouded or erased (hence the "missing time"). The history of abduction reports seems to start in the 1960s. The 1980s brought a major degree of mainstream attention to the subject, in the USA. Stigma and self-doubt may be obstacles to more widespread study and/or reporting of the phenomenon, whatever its origins or explanation. Several abduction reports have been quite detailed and there is a persistent structure (what follows what) to them. Typically such memories are recovered under hypnosis, which has been the main point of contention. However, according to T.E.Bullard, PhD folklorist, "abduction reports bear extensive similarities to one another, no matter who investigates, how abductees recall the encounter and in what year or country the story originates." (src: MUFON Journal Jun-1998) The mixture of social patterning, medical effects, the evident post-traumatic stress syndrome and the remarkable consistency of abduction reports all argue for a complex phenomenon, which cannot be reduced to simple perceptual contangion or individual psychopathology.

There are two schools of thought among proponents of the alien abduction phenomenon: The one championed by Hopkins and Jacobs argues that they are a physically real events. To liberally paraphrase the other, many people report having been abducted, and many folkloric legends refer to small magical creatures, but there is no corroborating physical evidence for first-hand accounts of alien abductions, therefore, the best explanation is that these events are real, but take place on a different plane of reality, and involve something which contemporary victims only interpret as aliens.

About 2% of the American public have had possible abduction-like experiences (questionable estimate taken from a 1991 Roper poll of 6,000 people, of which 119 answered "Yes" to 4 out of 5 "key indicator questions", rather than report actual alien abductions), other estimates put it at 0.3% of the population. Those who make the case that alien abductions are a physically real phenomenon, cite as evidence "scoop marks" (see google-images -- layers of skin removed, similar to what doctors call "punch biopsy"), unexplained scars where people remember undergoing operations, missing pregnancies, leftovers of fluorescent substance found on bodies of claimants, "alien implants" (though per Prof.D.Prichard's comments, none of the extracted objects has ever been proven to be of exotic origin) etc. Abduction researchers report that alien abductions occur within family lines, i.e. different members of the same families at different stages of their lives. Water connection: According to John Velez, who considers himself an abductee, and who over a period of 6 years had been in touch with 600-700 people via the quarterly meeting groups of B.Hopkins and D.Jacobs, "the frequency of abductess who live near water" was often brought up and "an awful lot of abductees who have memories of being taken underwater" (src: SDI#412 @ 45'30")"In all, by 1987, some 1200 North American abductions were filed under the name of the abductee; 600 to 700 narratives had been collected; 300 of these were carefully studied by the folklorist Thomas E. Bullard, Ph.D, with 103 considered by Bullard to be "high information cases." Bullard's comparative studies suggest that there is a persistent structure to Abduction Reports, with the same episodes recurring in invariant order in 80% of the "high information" narratives. "A single deviation accounts for failure of sequence in almost all of the remainder." Bullard distinguishes eight episodes in alien abduction: Capture, Examination, Conference, Tour, Journey, Return, Aftermath."
-- extract from Close encounters of diverse kinds, Princeton University Press.

In 1992, a 5-day conference was held at M.I.T. to examine "the findings of various investigators studying people who report experiences of abductions by aliens, and the related issues of the phenomenon." The conference was chaired by M.I.T.'s Professor of Physics David Pritchard and late Harvard Medical School Professor of Psychiatry John Mack. Alien Discussions: Proceedings of the Abduction Study Conference Held at M.I.T. Cambridge, Ma.

The conference was covered by a well-regarded journalist, C. D. B. Bryan, who avowed non-belief in alien abduction. After the Abduction Study Conference, Bryan conducted extensive interviews. The work was published in the book "Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind: A Reporter's Notebook on Alien Abduction, UFOs, and the Conference at M.I.T." (also audio cassette). At the end of a chapter reporting his interviews with two of the most credible "experiencers," Bryan stated:During the days immediately following the conference, I am struck by how my perception of the abduction phenomenon has changed: I no longer think it a joke. This is not to say I now believe UFOs and alien abduction are real -- "real" in the sense of a reality subject to the physical laws of the universe as we know them -- but rather that I feel something very mysterious is going on. And based as much on what has been presented at the conference as on the intelligence, dedication, and sanity of the majority of the presenters, I cannot reject out-of-hand the possibility that what is taking place isn't exactly what the abductees are saying is happening to them. And if that is so, the fact that no one has been able to pick up a tailpipe from a UFO does not mean UFOs do not exist. It means only that UFOs might not have tailpipes. As Boston University astronomer Michael Papagiannis insisted, "The absence of evidence is not evidence of absence." (Bryan 1995, 230)

In my opinion as an abduction agnostic, the most illuminating review of abduction theories (ranging from the psycho-social to the literal) is "The abduction experience: A critical evaluation of Theory and Evidence" by psychologist and UFO researcher Prof. Stuart Appelle, Dept of Psychology, State University of New York College. It is also available in print from CUFOS - Journal of UFO Studies 6 (1995/1996) 29-78. Here's the abstract:"Prevalent hypotheses regarding the etiology of the abduction experience are examined, especially in regard to the existing evidence. Deception, suggestibility (fantasy-proneness, hypnotizability, false-memory syndrome), personality, sleep phenomena, psychopathology, psychodynamics, environmental factors, and event-level alien encounters are each considered as origins of the abduction experience. The data are discussed in terms of what is and is not consistent with theory, the concept of parsimony, and the need for converging lines of evidence in establishing linkages between fact and theory. On the basis of this analysis, it is argued that no theory yet enjoys enough empirical support to be accepted as a general explanation for the abduction experience. The concept of the abduction experience as a multicausal phenomenon is discussed, and suggestions for future research are provided."

Abductions are a highly controversial subject. Even those who take an alien presence (as manifested by the UFO sightings) for granted, are often agnostics or skeptical on the subject of alien abductions. E.g. In the book "The abduction enigma" (also read blog), Kevin Randle (long-time Roswell investigator), Russ Estes and William Cone, write:"Here's what it all comes down to. There is not a single shred of evidence that alien abductions are taking place other than the tainted testimony of the abductees. The physical evidence to support the claims is nonexistent. What has been offered as proof has been eliminated through testing by objective scientists or additional research by unbiased investigators." -- p. 359

Long-time Ufo researcher Jacques Vallee has often attacked the abduction investigators and the practice of hypnosis. He thinks that hypnosis should never be performed by "Ufologists", but only by "trained hypnotists who should be provided with a list of questions by the Ufologists" because, as Vallee believes due to his "long-term interest in parapsychology, it's a fact that hypnosis enhances thought-transference between the hypnotist and the witness" (src: Paracast 2008-03-08 @ 42min00).

Some contend that there may be more complex, terrestrial explanations, e.g. involving the US "Secret Government" and/or US Intelligence Establishment (what could be followups to CIA's Project MKULTRA mind manipulation programmes of the 1950s and 1960s - more); others think we may be dealing with both alien and military abductions (MIL-ABs, ref Evidence for Military Kidnappings of alleged UFO Abductees by Professor Helmut Lammer, who is a space scientist with the Austrian Space Research Institute) or for TTL i.e. "Tagging, tracking, and locating", pursued by US DoD more) for counter-examination.

The following alien abduction researchers contend that alien abductions are real:


  • Budd Hopkins (Intruders Foundation), investigating the issue since 1975 and has worked with over 500 abductees. He contends that "alien abductions" are a real physical phenomenon, citing "scoop marks", unexplained scars etc where abductees remember having undergone operations. It was largely due to Hopkins' persistence that the Ufological community took notice of the abduction issue. Hopkins thinks that it's an ongoing genetic experiment, that the abductions are the source of the UFO phenomenon, i.e. most times a UFO is seen, it marks the start or end of an abduction.
  • David M Jacobs (International Center for Abduction Research - ICAR), PhD history professor, has been investigating alien abductions for over 20 years. In his 1998 book "The Threat: Secret Alien Agenda", he suggests that we humans are "victims of a widespread program of physiological exploitation, with breeding and hybridization program".

    Jacobs defines the debate between the "Realists" who argue that "beings from somewhere else are coming to the Earth to fulfill an unknown agenda of which the abduction of humans is central" and the "Positives" who demand nothing less than a revision of the concept of reality. Jacobs places himself in the former group, further defining his view of the phenomenon as "a complex and systematic program of the production of hybrids for an eventual integration into human society." In the second group he places John Mack and others who think that abductions are "harbingers of the onset of positively transformational aliens" who had the best interests of humanity at heart. Once the problem is posed in this fashion, there is an added attack by Jacobs on the Positive scenario as "based on unproven metaphysical assumptions and incompetent hypnosis."

    The absorption theory: In a section detailing his findings on "Basic Alien Biology" he notes how aliens appear to never eat or excrete. He writes, "Until now, how aliens obtain fuel has been a mystery" (The Threat, 1998, p. 98) In a regression dated 6-Jul-1994, one of his abductees, Allison Reed, gave him "the key to the mystery". She sees a room full of tanks filled with liquid and she sees Greys bobbing around in them. One tells her that the tanks are for eating and sleeping. Jacobs infers the aliens obtain their fuel "by absorption through the skin rather than ingestion." He observes this probably explains how alien fetuses survived in incubatoriums without umbilical cords. He adds a comment from southern Illinois abductee Diane Henderson (session 14-Jul-1994) that the liquid they float in was nutritious. Jacobs further reports Susan Steiner (session 9-Oct-1995) reported seeing nutrients brushed on the skin.

  • Dr. John Mack (John Mack Institute) a Pulitzer prize winning professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School (he passed away in 2004, hit by a drunk truck driver). Mack became fascinated with the abduction phenomenon in 1990 when he attended a lecture by Budd Hopkins. Mack quickly concluded that the abduction phenomenon was not mentally generated and therefore had an external reality. He undertook a full-scale examination of the phenomenon, to the detriment of his career at Harvard and to the scorn of his colleagues. Since 1990, he investigated 200 men and women who said they had encountered extraterrestrial beings. Mack arrived at the astounding conclusion that this was a phenomenon which was 'real', but which didn't so much have its basis in the physical universe i.e. "nuts and bolts" (as per the conclusions of abduction researchers Budd Hopkins and David Jacobs) as it did in "spiritual realm" i.e. a different plane of reality, accessible only through a widening of conscious perception. This hypothesis is in stark opposition to the current scientific paradigm, which is based on the mechanistic assumption that consciousness is a by-product of a physical brain. PBS interview
  • Abduction Information Center by John Velez. PBS-TV Nova interview
  • Medical and Scientific Aspects to the Abduction Phenomena by Eve Frances Lorgen
  • Dr. Leo Sprinkle, a University of Wyoming psychologist, became interested in the abduction phenomenon in the 1960s. For some years, he was probably the only academic figure devoting any time to studying abduction accounts. Sprinkle became convinced of the phenomenon's reality and was perhaps the first to suggest a link between abductions and cattle mutilation. Eventually Sprinkle came to believe that he had been abducted by aliens in his youth; he was forced from his job in 1989.
  • Thomas E. Bullard holds a doctorate in folklore from Indiana University, where he wrote his dissertation on UFOs. interview. In the 1980s, Bullard began a large-scale comparative analysis of about 300 alleged cases of alien abduction, some of them dating to the mid-1950s. His study was published in 1987 as "UFO Abductions: The Measure of a Mystery. Volume 1: Comparative Study of Abduction Reports." A shorter-version of his study appeared in MUFON Journal Feb-1988.
  • OPUS Organisation for Paranormal Understanding and Support
  • Karla Turner
  • Alien Jigsaw offers accounts of alien abduction and alien interaction.
  • Whitley Strieber a horror novelist, describing his own personal experiences. He published a series of books (Communion, Confirmation, The Grays etc). Also see Will the Real Whitley Strieber Please Stand Up?
  • Questionable book "Above Black: Project Preserve Destiny" by Dan Sherman, gives another perspective about the possible explanation behind abductions

and the skeptics (suggesting it's "sleep paralysis" and misuse of hypnosis):

  • Al Lawson PhD, who contends that alien abductions are archetypal fantasies involving belief or deception, in which the subject's birth memories play a central role.
  • Richard McNally, PhD, Harvard Psychologist. He thinks abductions are "sleep paralysis" and subsequently the product of fantasy and of suggestion. Supposedly, one typically awakes from a period of REM sleep with the body still paralyzed and incapable of movement. He stated that sleep paralysis is probably responsible for stories of succubi, incubi and other demons throughout the ages. These same experiences today are viewed through the filter of popular culture and stories of aliens, and so these days are reported as alien abductions.
  • Working with McNally, Susan A Clancy PhD Harvard Psychologist, studied the abduction phenomenon and is a skeptic. She wrote "Abducted: How People Come to Believe They Were Kidnapped by Aliens" (Harvard University Press, 2005). Criticized by B. Hopkins, Jacobs and also S.Friedman and discussion who think she was highly biased and did sloppy work, getting even basic case facts (such as places and dates) wrong in her book.
  • Carl Sagan on alien abductions
  • Dr. Susan Blackmore on alien abduction (Nov-1994)

A sample of multi-witness abduction cases, (none of whom were abducted while asleep btw, to be explainable as "sleep paralysis"):

  • Allagash case, 26-Aug-1976 Maine USA, 4 young men (ufoevidence)
  • Travis Walton case, 5-Nov-1975 website
  • Pascagula case 1973 (ufocasebook, nicap)
  • Kelly Cahill, Australia
  • Betty and Barney Hill
and single-person abductions:
  • Antonio Villas Boas case src1
  • Police Officer Herbert Schirmer ufoevidence

Alien Sex 101, The Antonio Villas Boas Account

Antonio Villas Boasby Nigel Watson

Source: Fortean Times

March 23, 1999

Almost from the start, sex and UFOs were inseparable bedfellows. The adventure of 23-year-old Antonio Villas Boas on 16 October 1957 in Brazil is probably the most famous case of interstellar intercourse.

Antonio was ploughing a field on the family farm when the engine of his tractor cut out; at the same time, an object with purple lights descended from the sky. Humanoids in spacesuits emerged from the object and took him into their craft, subjecting him to what seemed like a medical examination.

They stripped him, spread a strange liquid over him and took a sample of his blood. He was left alone in a room for what seemed a long time, until a beautiful, fair-haired woman arrived.

She was naked and Antonio was instantly attracted to her. Without speaking or kissing, they had sex, during which she growled like a dog. Despite his strange circumstances or perhaps because the alien liquid had Viagra-like properties Antonio was soon ready for a second helping. Interviewed later, he said: "Before leaving she turned to me, pointed to her belly, and smilingly pointed to the sky." Before letting him go, his captors gave Antonio a guided tour of the spaceship. Antonio went on to become a successful lawyer and still stood by his story over 30 years later.

Equally lurid stories of sexual liaisons with UFO occupants came from the world-famous contactees of the 1950s. Howard Menger, for one, had regular meetings with Marla, a beautiful blonde from space who claimed to be 500 years old. She projected "warmth, love and physical attraction," which he found irresistible.

Menger divorced his wife to marry Marla (aka Connie Weber). From July 1952, Truman Bethurum had many meetings with Aura Rhanes, the captain of a flying saucer, whom he found to be "tops in shapeliness and beauty".

Bethurum's wife wasn't so impressed with this "queen of women" and cited Rhanes in her divorce petition. From the late Forties to the early Sixties, female contactees in contrast to today's female abductees are few and far between. This is more than made up for by the astonishing story of Elizabeth Klarer, who in 1956 fell in love with Akon, a scientist who took her to his home planet, Meton. There, he seduced her, saying: "Only a few are chosen for breeding purposes from beyond this solar system to infuse new blood into our ancient race."

This smooth talk worked;

"I surrendered in ecstacy to the magic of his lovemaking," she wrote later.

Klarer said their "magnetic union" produced a perfect and highly intelligent son named Ayling.

She was sent back to South Africa alone and died in 1994; as far as we know her starman and son live on somewhere beyond Alpha Centauri. Rather ordinary tales of 'contact' are thus transformed into heroic fantasies of youthful virility.

Antonio Villas Boas claimed to have done what any healthy young man would have done in the same situation; he and Elizabeth Klarer delivered the goods, helping to save an alien race from extinction. Scientific ufologists, more interested in 'hard' evidence (like radar traces, photographs and forensic samples) condemn this 'wet' material as too subjective, relegating claims of sexual assault and abduction to the fields of psychology and folklore (which they likewise distrust).

The early contactee literature provides a rich variety of such stories and, whatever their validity, it is a pity they have been largely neglected or ridiculed.

Antonio Villas BoasWhen ufologist John Keel visited college communities in Northeast America during the mid-1960s, several young women told him they had been raped by aliens, and young men confessed that aliens had extracted their semen.

By the 1970s, the idea of hybrid 'space babies' was more widely known but taken seriously only by UFO cultists who, said Keel, feared, that "the flying saucer fiends are engaged in a massive biological experiment creating a hybrid race which will eventually take over the Earth."

A decade later, these notions were part of mainstream ufology. Serious researchers some of them academics, like John E. Mack and David Jacobs openly declared their belief that the 'Greys' were taking sperm and ova from human abductees. It was common to hear female abductees tell of being impregnated, of the ftus taken from their wombs, and of later being shown their hybrid babies in a nursery on a flying saucer.

Historically, pregnancy and abortion have been surrounded by a constellation of myths and old wives' tales and it is, perhaps, no surprise to find UFO mythology being used to explain unexpected pregnancies, 'mysterious' discharges and missing or malformed babies.

In the 1970s, a 19-year-old Californian girl attributed the birth of a blue-skinned, web-footed baby to being gang raped by six blue-skinned web-footed humanoids who attacked her after she watched their spaceship land on a beach.

Similar stories of lusty mermen (the ocean has some affinity with space) can be found in folklore and are usually given as explanation for the birth of deformed babies with reptilian or fish-like characteristics.

Some researchers are aware of intriguing similarities between the lore of witches and fairies and modern abduction reports, and nocturnal sexual encounters with supernatural beings of all types can be found in most cultures to the present day. In the past, hundreds of men and women confessed (not always under torture) to sexual intercourse with demons.

Some shapeshifting demons were said to lie with a man (as a succubus) to obtain sperm and then (as an incubus) impregnate a woman with it.

Ufologists, in particular, have been aware of the structural similarities between accounts of fairy and alien encounters. A recent study by James Pontolillo compared 1517th century accounts of sexual relations with demons to 20th century encounters with aliens and concluded that both traditions expressed a fundamental fear of female sexuality but today the male body and mind are just as likely to be under attack.

Communion author Whitley Strieber famously described being sodomised by a narrow, 1ft (0.3m)-long alien probe.

He felt that, while inside him, it seemed alive and was surprised, on its removal, to find it was a mechanical device. In my own research I have interviewed 'Martin Bolton' who had visions of, and telepathic communications with, three young space women.

On behalf of these entities, he window-shopped for female attire and watched porn films.

They were the 'goodies'; the 'baddies' beamed pain to his brain and for a three-year period stretched his penis during the night. On several occasions they afflicted him with phantom pregnancies.

Ridley Scott's movie Alien (1979) dramatised the nature of the alien sexual assaults; the proof of their inhumanity is that they don't always differentiate between the sexes or even between species.

Historian David Jacobs who offers accounts, in his book, of abductees compelled to have sex with fellow victims while aliens watched speaks for many who believe that the apparently spontaneous experience of abduction by so many different people implies the phenomenon really exists as an objective threat.

Yet Rogerson has demonstrated that most of the elements of the abduction narrative appeared together as early as 1967 in "The Terror Above Us" by Malcolm Kent.

This science fiction novel anticipated such ufological themes as the 'Oz factor' (the sensation of being transported to a different reality), the supernatural cold, the doorway amnesia (the informant cannot remember what went on inside a room after entering), the alien in disguise, and impersonal scientists experimenting on humans.

For good measure, the story also includes a male protagonist having his genitals examined before sex with an alien female.

Another critic of the hybrid-breeding idea is British ufologist Peter Brookesmith, who compared the described activities of the alien 'doctors' with the procedures used by terrestrial fertility specialists. He found that the alien inseminators singularly fail to take their subjects at the premium time for egg removal, namely within 48 hours of ovulation.

And the aliens are just as likely to be confused by 'missing' fetuses as are humans, given the general difficulty of diagnosing pregnancy within the first eight weeks. For all their cosmic superiority, the alien inseminators can make pretty elementary, and farcical, errors. Aliens inserted a long needle into Betty Andreasson's navel.

They said their purpose had to do with creation and were puzzled to find 'something' missing. Andreasson had to explain to them that she'd had a hysterectomy.

Whatever the genesis of such reports, we have to consider that folk have reported sexual contact with all manner of supernatural beings throughout history. Either the aliens have been conducting their beastly experiments for millennia, or such stories meet some deep-seated socio-psychological need. Until any solid medical evidence is provided, the latter hypothesis seems the more likely.

This article by NIGEL WATSON can be found in Fortean Times 121. It is printed with a fully anotated reference guide.


    1974 - Abduction at Medicine Bow National Park
Magazine Story of Higdon Experience
This very interesting case took place in Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming. On October 25, 1974, one Carl Higdon was elk hunting in the northern section of the park.

As he shot his rifle at an elk nearby, a most bizarre thing happened. The bullet traveled in slow motion, as if he had entered another dimension.

It fell some 50 feet away, dropping into the snow covered landscape. He was able to recover the bullet. He felt a strange sensation over his body.

To his utter shock and amazement, he saw a humanoid entity standing nearby. The humanoid was quite tall, at over six feet in height. He was clad in a black jump suit with a wide belt.

The belt was decorated with a six-pointed star and emblem of yellow. With straight hair standing out from his head, he had no eyebrows. He stood bow-legged, with long arms ending with rod-like appendages instead of hands.

The humanoid spoke to Higdon, asking him if he was hungry. The entity threw some pills to him, telling him if he took one, he would not have to eat for 4 days. Higdon normally did not take any type of pills, yet he swallowed one of the offerings immediately.

It was surmised that the entity was smart enough to realize that Higdon may have been hungry, or else he would not have been hunting elk.

Photo of Higdon Bullet Soon, the alien pointed toward Higdon, and the next thing he knew, he was enclosed within a transparent apparatus, with a helmet on. Also present were two more humanoids, and the five elk he was previously stalking.

The elk were in a frozen state.

He was told that the aliens were traveling to their home planet, located some 163,000 light years away. In a flash, they arrived at the distant location.

Higdon described the surrounding landscape as being occupied with buildings like the Seattle space needle, all lit up by a sun of intense power. The brightness of the atmosphere caused Higdon's eyes to water, along with the aliens'. Higdon's next remembrance was being back in Medicine Bow Park.

He says that approximately 2 1/2 hours had elapsed since his encounter with the humanoid had begun.

He was in a hysterical state, cold, and disoriented. For a time, he could not locate his truck, finally finding it some three miles from where he had left it. It had been stuck in a mud hole, and Higdon was unable to free it from the bog by himself. Using his CB radio, he summoned help from the local sheriff, who arrived at midnight.

Additional help arrived to free the stuck truck.

Hidgon was found in a state of panic and nervous exhaustion. He was shouting, "They took my elk!" He was taken for medical care to a local hospital. His blood work showed he had a highly elevated level of vitamins, probably from the pill he had taken.

The most fascinating aspect of his tests was that tuberculosis scars on his lungs were now gone!

Further investigation into the details surrounding the bizarre encounter revealed that Higdon's wife, along with two other people, had seen a red-green-white flashing light moving in the area of the sighting.

The case was investigated by Dr. Leo Sprinkle, Professor of Psychology, University of Wyoming. Also included were Rick Kenyon, and Robert Nantkes, MUFON field investigators, and Frank Bourke, National Star Investigator.

(B J Booth)

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    Travis Walton Abduction, Part 1
Depiction of Sighting
The UFO phenomena is generally given little if any serious consideration by those engaged in credible scientific studies. Without a doubt many so-called UFO sightings can easily be dismissed as misidentified craft, stars, planets, or just plain hoaxes perpetrated by thrill or money seeking individuals.

Many books and studies have given us statistics on UFO reports, and roughly about 95% of the sightings can easily be explained away.

Considering the great distances between stars, it is very easy to assume that the odds of a visit from another intelligence are extremely low. These assumptions are based, however, upon the extent of our knowledge, and should another race visit us, they would most certainly possess a higher degree of intelligence than we do. We are trying to judge a possibility while handicapped by the limits of what we know today.

The 1993 release of the movie "Fire In The Sky" was intriguing to many who had waited for a screen presentation of Travis Walton's book by the same name. D. B. Sweeny and James Garner offered the film veteran actors. Those familiar with the actual story were less than impressed with the film's inability to take the full account to the screen.

Those who were not privy to the actual story may have thought it only fiction. There are some great sets, and special effects, but the story is not done justice. My goal in this article, is to present the facts behind the movie; the real story of the abduction of Travis Walton. I ask only one thing of you the reader, reserve final judgment until you have read all the facts.

Apache Sitgreaves National Forest This baffling UFO case began on November 5th, 1975, in northeastern Arizona's Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. A logging crew of 7 men were working on a government contract, clearing forest. The men loaded into a single pickup truck leaving work for the day. As they started their journey home they saw, not far from the road, a "luminous object, shaped like a flattened disc."

All of the men agreed that Travis Walton, captivated by the sight, left the truck to get a closer look. While gazing up in awe at the object, suddenly a brilliant, bluish light struck him and threw him to the ground some distance away.

This event caused the other crew members to flee the scene in fear for their lives. After arguing among themselves, they decided to go back and see if they could help Travis. Returning to the scene, they found no trace of the craft, or Travis.

A personal friend of Travis', Mike Rogers, was the crew foreman, and driver of the truck. According to Rogers, as the men fled the scene, he looked back and saw a "luminous object" lift out of the forest, and disappear toward the horizon. Rogers and the other 5 workers eventually would take a lie detector test. The men passed the examination, save for one inconclusive, and soon the case exploded into the national spotlight.

Walton reappeared five days later, confused and scared, with fleeting memories of alien entities, and descriptions of the inside of their craft.

He was also subsequently subjected to a number of polygraph examinations. The Travis Walton event would soon become the very first abduction case to be given serious consideration by many credible scientists. His story would force the general public to reevaluate previously close minded opinions on the subject.

The six witnesses, Allen Dalis, Dwayne Smith, John Goulette, Kenneth Peterson, Mike Rogers, and Steve Pierce, of this controversial case, described the craft in personal, yet similar terms. Rogers' description depicts the craft as a "large, glowing object hovering in the air below the treetops about 100 feet away."

Dwayne Smith described the craft as "smooth and giving off a yellowish-orange light."

Additional eyewitness accounts added the following: "unbelievably smooth," "a flattened disc with "edges clearly defined."

Walton and Rogers both estimated that the craft was about 20 feet in overall diameter.

Travis Walton, c. 1975 The details of the event quoted from the investigator's report are as follows: As Walton approached on foot across the clearing, the "UFO began to wobble or rock slightly," and then emitted a "bluish light from the machine... a blue ray shot out of the bottom of that thing and hit him all over," "that ray was the brightest thing I've ever seen."

This light sent Walton "backward through the air ten feet," "hurled through the air in a backwards motion, falling on the ground, on his back," "flying -- like he'd touched a live wire."

"The horror was unreal."

Polygrapher Cy Gilson relates from his documents the following:

Testimony from Allen Dalis: "During the pretest interview, Mr. Dalis related the following events that occurred on that day. Mr. Dalis said they had finished work for the day and were heading home. It was almost dark. He saw a glow coming from among the trees ahead of them.

As they came to a clearing, he saw an object he called a UFO. Mr. Rogers was slowing the truck down to stop as Travis Walton exited the truck and began to advance towards the UFO in a brisk walk...

Mr. Dalis described the UFO as being a yellowish-white in color. He said the light emitting from it was not bright, but a glow that gave off light all around itself.

Mr. Dalis saw Walton reach the UFO, stop and look up at it.

He said it looked as if Walton was standing there, slightly bent over, with his hands in his pockets.

Mr. Dalis said the UFO began to wobble or rock slightly and he began to become afraid. He put his head down towards his knees. As he did so, a bright light flashed that lit up the area, even the inside of the truck.

He immediately looked towards the UFO. He saw a silhouette of Walton. Mr. Walton had his arms up in the air... Mr. Dalis turned towards Mr. Rogers who was in the driver's seat and yelled for him to "get the hell out of here..."

Sworn testimony by Mike Rogers: "... he was on the opposite side of the truck from the UFO. He had to bend over slightly to view it in its entirety through the truck windows. He described the UFO to be glowing a yellowish-tan color. He could not say if the light emanated from within the UFO, or was a lighting system outside, that lit up the UFO.

He did say he could see the shadows of the trees on the ground, around the UFO. He said it was round and about 20 feet in diameter.

He said the UFO was about 75 to 100 feet from the truck...

As Mr. Rogers started to move the truck, a brilliant flash of light lit up the entire area, even inside the truck. It was described as a prolonged strobe flash. He did not see a beam of light emit from the UFO and hit Walton.

As the flash occurred, Mr. Rogers turned around in his seat to look at the UFO again and saw Mr. Walton being hurled through the air in a backwards motion, falling on the ground, on his back. At this time, Mr. Dalis and someone else yelled to "get the hell out of here..."




Upon returning to the scene, the crewmen searched briefly through the woods, calling Walton's name. They then proceeded down to the main road and after some debate, decided to call the police and ask for assistance. They were first met by a Deputy Ellison and subsequently by Sheriff Marlin Gillespie, who would later describe the crewmen as apparently sincerely distressed.

The officers and crewmen went back up the hill and searched again with flashlights, eventually calling off the search and making plans for a more thorough manhunt beginning early the next morning.

The next several days were marked by unsuccessful searches for the missing Walton, including some use of helicopters and dogs. Temperatures dropped below zero the first two nights of the search, creating fear that, if Walton was injured and disoriented, he may not survive.

Meanwhile, law enforcement officials were looking for alternate explanations of the event, including thepossibility that Walton had been murdered.

Law enforcement, looking for a more believable explanation than a flying saucer, began a thorough investigation of the facts. All six remaining members of the crew were questioned over and over again. Family members and friends were also interrogated.

One fact that colored this questioning was that all of the men were unlearned, everyday working people, noted to be a little "rough around the edges."

This, of course, is a typical assumption by some that those who have not been successful financially in this world are all liars, cheats, and can't be trusted.

One common theory at the time was that Dalis and Walton had fought, and that Dalis had either accidentally or purposely killed Walton, and hid his body. The problem with this theory was that if a murder had taken place, why would the other 5 crewmen risk the fires of justice to cover for Dalis.

A second theory put forth at the onset was that possibly all of the crewmen had been involved in some kind of brawl or argument, and accidentally killed Travis, hiding his body somewhere in the vast forest.

If this was true, why concoct a story involving a UFO abduction, being one of the most unbelievable stories one could put forth.

Another scenario offered by some was that since the crew was behind on their government contract, they were looking for an excuse to get out of it. Again, why this most bizarre story?

In their initial reports, the 6 crewmen had indicated a willingness to undergo any kind of lie detection test to establish their truthfulness. After the second day of searching, law enforcement officials brought in Cy Gilson, a polygraph examiner from the Department of Public Safety (associated with the state police), to test all the crewman.

Five of the witnesses passed this polygraph examination, while for the sixth, Allen Dalis, the test was ruled inconclusive (unable to assign a reading).

While the successful tests fueled media interest in the case, the inconclusive result for Dalis put some heat on him personally. While some of the crew members, such as Rogers and Walton, had been friends long before the forest service brush-clearing contract, the others were only acquaintances, and in the case of Allen Dalis, he and Walton were said to have had some personal animosities between them.

If Walton had been involved somehow in a conspiracy to deceive authorities, he certainly left his closest family members out of the loop. At approximately 1:30 AM on the morning of Nov. 6, crew members Coplan and Rogers went to notify Walton's mother, Mary Kellett, of her son's disappearance.

Mrs. Kellett's calm response upon being awakened and told her youngest son had been kidnapped by a UFO was "Well, that's the way these things happen," and then she proceeded to described two instances when she and her oldest son, Duane, had also seen UFOs.

Later that morning (approximately 3:00 AM) when Mrs. Kellett told Walton's sister, Mrs. Grant Neff, that "a flying saucer got him [Travis]," Mrs. Neff surprised Coplan with how calmly she also took the news. The rest of that day was taken up by an extensive search of the area where Walton had disappeared.

Curiously absent from the site was any physical evidence of anything happening, in spite of the "explosive" force of the blue-green beam. No blood, no shreds of clothing, no evidence of the blast effects was found by any of the nearly fifty searchers involved. Neither was any evidence found of any violent confrontations among the crew members. There was no trace of Travis Walton.

For as many UFO proponents there are, there are that many and more debunkers. The authorities tried to keep the scene of the incident for serious forensic examination, but the mass influx of people, not only local, but world-wide, made this an impossibility. The crewmen's stories were treated with mixed opinion.

Some marveled to hear what they had seen, and some called them "pranksters" and "liars."

Some even went as far as to suggest that the whole account was nothing more than a joke gone bad, and that Travis was hiding somewhere and would suddenly reappear on cue. At this stage of the investigation there was one question on the minds of all involved, whether friend or foe;

Where was Travis Walton?


    Unexplained Events of Abduction and Lost Time-Long Island, New York
Depiction Since I have come forward with the stories of my own lost time events that occurred in my own life I have had other people contact me here in New York concerning the strange experiences they also endured in this area.

A woman contacted me and asked to meet with me locally in order to tell me about a very strange happening in her life about 22 years ago in the mid 1980's. This woman was teaching in a night course in a local college at the time. Her class ended around 9pm each night.

She would leave the college campus located in the Farmingdale area of Long Island and drive home the exact same way each night. It would take her about 10 minutes to arrive home. She followed this routine without deviation arriving home by about 9:15 pm.

One night this woman recalls following her normal after class routine. She recalls the entire night up to the point of the nights drive home. She remembers she was about to take one of her last turns towards home, which was a rather deserted stretch of road, before hitting the last main road towards his house. Her memory fails her from this point on.

Her husband started to become concerned as he waited for her that night as 10pm; then 10:30 pm came and went without any sign of his wife returning home on time. At this point he got in his car and followed the path his wife took home each night from the college. She was nowhere to be found. Concerned he returned home. He decided to wait another hour before calling the police.

The woman told me that the next thing she recalls about that night is driving down the road towards home and then waking up slumped over in her car. She found herself lying across her front seat, groggy and disoriented. When she sat up and looked around she had no idea where she was. She knew it was a deserted parking lot of some kind but did not recognize it. She started her car and drove out of the lot and followed the roads until she found a main road. When she started to drive she found signs that told her she was in Far Rockaway, close to New York City, about an hour and a half away from her home. She had never been to Far Rockaway before and had to drive around until she found a highway she knew to drive back towards her hometown on Long Island.

This woman told me she arrived home about midnight terrified and confused. She told her husband what had happened. She then began to vomit and feel faint. Her husband helped her to bed and noticed she had a bright red rash on her arm. She fell into bed and went into a deep sleep.

The next day she woke up feeling ill and shaken. Her stomach hurt, her head hurt and she was frightened. Her husband searched the car and found what looked like something had sandpapered the back trunk section of the cars paint. He also thought the car had a very sour chemical smell inside.

The woman has no recall of what happened to her that night. She knows she did nothing but try to drive home and that something interfered with her journey. To this day she has no idea what happened to her or her car that night. I found her to be a very intelligent rational woman and cannot offer her an explanation other than it fits into many other stories I have heard concerning lost time in our area.

I found a man who like this woman had a similar event happen to him in one of the coastal towns of Long Island. He lived in the Islip area of Long Island that runs along the south shore coast. It is a lovely small town filled with a Main Street, schools and people living along tree lined streets. Two state parks, the coast, which runs out to the Atlantic Ocean, and a river that runs into the interior of Long Island border this area of Long Island. I always considered it a paranormal heaven as it provides a perfect set up for entry into the population yet offers cover by way of the surrounding parks and waterways. I was not surprised to find this the location of this poor mans ordeal.

The man, a perfectly normal man in his early 40¢s, was driving to his house one night in 2001. He arrived on his street and was nearly home when he noticed a cloud like bright fog ahead of him. Before he knew what was happening this fog seemed to surround his car. He stopped his vehicle to find four small beings standing in front of his car. He described them as silver gray small human like creatures with huge eyes. He has no other memory of what happened after that. He does have an extreme terror about the night that has him living with fear and trauma.

The man next found himself a few hours later in the town of Lake Ronkonkoma, which is located in the middle of Long Island, about 30 minutes by car away from his street. He has no idea how he or his car got there. All he can recall is waking up on a strange street in a wooded section of Lake Ronkonkoma. He was not familiar with the area and needed to drive around for a while to figure out where he was. Eventually he found a main highway and was able to return back to his street and home.

When the man arrived at his house he felt ill and exhausted and fell sound asleep until late in the morning the next day. When he awoke he had a pounding headache and backache. He also found a strange rash across his back. He checked over his car and found the paint burned on his hood.

This man does not know what happened that night. He is extremely terrified by this incident and does not want his identity known. He is fearful of the area and moved to another town. He does not want to discuss this night and does not want to undergo any type of regression to bring up the memory of what happened during the missing hours.

I found both of the incidents of this woman and man to be very similar. I think it is probable that there are other people on Long Island that also may have had similar events happen to them. I believe the fact that these incidents go unreported keep them swept under the carpet and unknown to the public who live right in the areas these events are occurring.

I do know that since I have been writing about my area of the country I have received emails daily from people telling me they too have had a strange unexplained paranormal event on Long Island. I have had a lifetime of experiences I cannot understand since childhood here on Long Island and feel this is a highly active paranormal landscape that goes unknown due to the fear of reporting the events by the people having them.

I have built my reputation as a paranormal writer on the fact that I will protect the identity of those I write about above all. I know what it is like to face a public who have been trained to turn away from things they do not understand or deal with them with ridicule. It has become the brainwashed response by the public towards that which they do not comprehend . Of course this is sad and unnatural. Curiosity and solving the events of the unknown would be a far better choice.

If you have had a paranormal event happen to you, please contact me. I will always do my best to provide the information to those who are interested in the experiences of others. Realize that if you do tell your story it can help ease us from the fear and bring us closer to the light of truth concerning these matters. It could also give people a framework on how to deal with a paranormal event, or even teach them how to survive one.

For now I can only report that people are coming to me daily with stories of strange encounters. I will continue to tell you what has been happening to others in hopes it will help educate you. Knowing someone else has walked a path you may one day find yourself on can only make your own journeys easier and more understandable.

Remember to pay attention to your surroundings and always keep looking up!

Copyright © 2008 Chris Holly, Endless Journey and the Knight Zone @ http://endlessjrny.blogspot.com/

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List of UFO Sightings


April 04, 1561 - Nuremberg UFO Fight in the Sky Around sunrise multiple witnesses were said to have seen disks, tubes and globes appear in the sky. It was described as a sort of battle in the sky; much like a dog fight would be done in WWII.


June 12, 1790 - Police Inspector Liabeuf Alien Investigation During the summer of 1790 many witnesses from around France saw what they described as a red globe flying over the farmlands. It soon landed on a hill and emitted an immense heat that burned the area around it. After a crowd gathered around the object, a door opened and a man-like being emerged. It spoke in a strange language and disappeared into the woods. Soon after the craft was said to have exploded.


April 17, 1897 - The Aurora, Texas, UFO incident Early in the morning a UFO crashed into a windmill on a farm owned by Judge J.S. Proctor. Inside the craft was a being that was, according to witnesses, not of this world. The being was deceased so they gave it a proper burial.


1940's - Foo Fighters Sightings All throughout WWII hundreds of pilots from around the world saw and photographed strange disks and balls that would fly near them that they called Foo Fighters. Most people think that they were alien in nature and were watching us destroy ourselves.


April, 1941 - Cape Girardeau UFO crash In April of 1941 Reverend William Huffman of The Red Star Baptist Church was brought to a UFO crash site to perform last rites. When he arrived the three bodies were not human. All of the witnesses including the rescue crew (police, firefighters and residents) were told by the military not to speak of the event to anybody.


February 24th, 1942 - The Battle of LA At about 1030pm in Los Angeles, CA the Coast Guard and US Navy detected something flying over the coast. It was something they had never identified before. It could hover in place and move about quickly at the same time. They fired over 1400 rounds of 12.8 pound anti-aircraft artillery at the UFO over the course of hours and it did no damage to it the whole time. Then, it just took off unscathed. Since then, they have made movies about the event.


May 18, 1946 - UFO-Memorial of Ängelholm On May 18, 1946 in Kronoskogen Gösta Carlsson a Swedish entrepreneur saw a UFO land in a field. When it did, he reported being able to see the beings in the ship and said that they were not of this world. There is a memorial there now of the sauce shaped UFO.


June 24, 1947 - The Kenneth Arnold UFO Sighting Also known as the Mount Rainier UFO Sightings on June 24th, 1947 pilot Kenneth Arnold saw nine unidentified flying objects near Mt. Rainier in the state of Washington in the US. They were shiny and metallic and were traveling at upwards of 1,200 MPH. Because of the shape of the crafts, this is the sighting that coined the term "flying saucers."


June 29, 1947 - White Sands, New Mexico UFO Crash In 1997 in the White Sands Desert of New Mexico C. J. Zohn witnessed a glowing white UFO and caught it on film crashing to Earth. It skips a few times before bursting into flames.


June, 1947 - Roswell UFO Crash Possibly the most famous UFO crash happened outside Roswell, NM in 1947 when Officer Walter Haut issued a statement that they had recovered a metallic disc with alien bodies inside. Later he retracted the statement.


January 07, 1948 - Thomas Mantell Incident After Highway Patrol reports of a large circular object in the sky above different parts of Kentucky the Military caught a glimpse of the white 300 foot in diameter object and sent four jets to intercept. Captain Thomas F. Mantell was the only one to get close to the object and described it as "looks metallic and of tremendous size." His jet later crashed and was killed during the incident.


May 11, 1950 - McMinnville UFO pictures While walking back from feeding her livestock, Evelyn Trent saw a "metallic disk-shaped object heading in her direction" in McMinnville, Oregon. She yelled for her husband Paul who was in the house at the time and they took two pictures of the strange slow moving object. This was before the advent of easy photo-manipulation techniques.


July 12-29 - UFOs Over Washington, D.C. Multiple sightings between July 12th and the 29th happened around the capital of the U.S. and even in no-fly airspace by the White House. The UFOs were also picked up on multiple radars. 


September 12, 1952 - The Flatwoods Monster At around seven at night three kids told one of their parents about them seeing something flying across the sky in Flatwoods, WV and possibly crash. The parent, Kathleen May, took five children and a guardsmen to go investigate. When arriving she said she saw what looked like a large pulsating "ball of fire" to their right. To the left she reported seeing a 10 foot tall creature that made a shrilling hissing noise as she pointed her light to it. At which time they all ran in terror.


1952 - Huge Veronica, Argentina Sighting Six disc shaped UFOs were sighting flying over Veronica, Argentina by hundreds of people. They circled multiple times before shooting off. Hours later near Denver, CO Captain Paul Carpenter saw a similar craft moving at what he estimated around 3,000 MPH.


May 20, 1957 - Milton Torres UFO Encounter Radar picked up a UFO over East Anglia, United Kingdom and the U.S. military ordered pilot Milton John Torres to intercept. When he approached the UFO he prepared to fire and suddenly the UFO shot off at incredible speeds. The day after the encounter he was met by a man in a blue coat that briefed him and told him he was never allowed to talk about what he had witnessed; "He told me I would lose my pilot's license and it would be the end of my flying days."


September 19, 1961 - Betty and Barney Hill Alien Abduction While driving home in NH Betty Hill noticed a strange light in the sky zig zagging and possibly following them. Her and her husband barney decided to stop, walk the dog and get a better look with their binoculars. They started driving again and the UFO got in front of them so close that they could see the alien beings inside. Their car stalled and suddenly they knew something had happened. As it turns out they were abducted and gone for some time. 


July 1, 1965 - Valensole Alien Encounter On the date in question a farmer Maurice Masse in Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, France heard a strange noise and saw what he described as a large orb the size of a car. When he got closer he saw two small one meter tall aliens near the orb with light gray skin. When they noticed him he says they used a device on him that "froze him". They then talked in a strange language and ascended into the air in their ship.


April 6th, 1966 - Westall UFO Encounter is Australia's most famous UFO sighting with over 200 witnesses. At Westall high school in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia hundreds of children and educators saw a UFO hover and land near the school at approximately 11:00 am. Afterwards, military units showed up and told everyone not to talk about what they saw. 


April 17, 1966 - Portage County, Ohio UFO Police Chase At 5:00 am on the date in question, two officers Dale Spaur and Wilbur Neff saw a large disk shaped UFO. They chased the UFO to Mahoning County, Ohio where they had to stop their pursuit because they were out of their jurisdiction. Other officers continued the chase, but were unable to keep up. 


May 20, 1967 - Falcon Lake Incident Stefan Michalak claimed that while on vacation he saw two cigar shaped UFOs land near him. He approached one of them and heard voices inside that didn't respond to him trying to contact them in English. He burned himself on the craft and later according to doctors experienced hair loss and lack of appetite. The burn marks were in the shape of a grid. Click the picture to see the marks.


1969 - Jimmy Carter UFO Sighting Before he became president Jimmy Carter said that he and about twenty other witnesses saw a UFO coming towards them from the west at about 7:15 pm. It stopped before the trees and then turned from white to blue to red than back to white before taking off again.


October 11, 1973 - Pascagoula Alien Abduction While fishing in Mississippi Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker were abducted by aliens. When it was getting later in the evening the two men saw a medium size oval craft come down towards them. It hovered about two feet off the ground and three creatures paralyzed them and took them aboard.


November 5th, 1975 - Travis Walton Alien Abduction Travis Walton was a logger in Arizona. He and his co-workers were heading home out of the National Forest when they saw a hovering light in the distance and decided to check it out. When they approached Mr. Walton got out of the truck and was struck by a light and wasn't seen again for days when he was found dehydrated and malnourished. His story was amazing.


August 26, 1976 - Allagash Alien Abduction While camping in Allagash, Maine Jim Weiner, Jack Weiner, Charles Foltz and Charles Rak all claim to have been abducted by four finger beings that performed experiments on them including the famous alien probing.


September 19, 1976 - Tehran UFO Incident Early in the morning over the capital of Iran after receiving reports of something in the sky the Imperial Iranian Air Force scrambled an F-4 Phantom II jet fighter to intercept. When the jet reached the UFO all of the instruments went down. A second jet was scrambled and caught up to the object. When it did it tried to fire, but its instruments went down as well. The UFO was said to be "brilliant" by both pilots. These sightings were also confirmed by radar.


November 11, 1979 - Manises UFO incident A flight with 109 passengers heading to Las Palmas had to make an emergency landing because of a UFO. Pilot Francisco Javier Lerdo de Tejada noticed an object on a collision course with Flight JK-297. He changed altitude to avoid the lights coming head on with the plane, but the object followed about half a kilometer behind. The pilot decided to make an emergency landing at the Manises' Airport. The object did not follow, but radar picked up the object and determined that it had a diameter of 200 meters.


December, 26th 1980 - Rendlesham Forest Incident Often called Britain's Roswell because of the military witnesses the Rendlesham Forest Incident is one of the more famous UFO sightings. Over a couple of days in 1980 a UFO landed in Britain and was investigated by the US military that had a base next to the forest. They saw the UFO landed in the forest and one of the men said that he even touched it. The next day they did tests for radiation and found high levels near the landing site.


 March 30, 1990- Belgian UFOs Between November 1989 and the beginning of April 1990 there was a wave of triangle UFO sightings over Belgium. On March 30th, 1990 multiple UFOs were caught on radar and were chased by two Belgian Air Force F-16's. Over 13,500 witnessed the event and the erratic manoeuvres of the strange crafts.


November 7, 2006 - O'Hare International Airport UFO Sighting Near Gate C-17 twelve employees reported seeing a metallic saucer shaped craft hovering over the airport. Other witnesses also came out that saw the object and described it as a "blatant disc shaped craft hovering over the airport which was obviously not clouds." The saucer then shot straight up into the air and disappeared.


Alien Symbols: Index of Alphabets, Insignias, Maps, Star Charts and Symbols

Alien Star Chart Shown to Minnesota Man

Alien Star Chart Shown to Minnesota Man

Manuel is an abductee from Minnesota who has been shown many strange symbols and pictures by the aliens. He knows the meaning of some of the symbols and drawings. He is hoping to find other abductees who recognize this star chart and what it means. Here is what he explained about the drawing.

He said, "This is a particular piece. I have almost a ream of symbols related to 'memories' I now know to be implanted and 'received' that come from possible contact experiences."

"I have material I am compelled to transcribe which are Rune-like in appearance. I have been compiling them since 1978. I call them automatic writings. I drew this symbol below in 1990 and it was finally translated in 1997. I know what it means. I have recent material that may have been the result of a recent abduction experience. Something is up. Secondly, do any abductees report being told that they are 'mission engineers'? I really need to know."

Alien Alphabet

These are more symbols shown to Manuel

Alien Symbols: Index of Alphabets, Insignias, Maps, Star Charts and Symbols

Alien Pictographs

These are Alien pictographs and symbols shown to Manuel from Minnesota.

Alien Symbols: Index of Alphabets, Insignias, Maps, Star Charts and Symbols

Alien Star Chart Shown to Arizona Woman

This star chart was shown to Lyn, an Arizona woman during an abduction. Inside the circle are pictures which she is trying to remember. Lyn has never met Manuel from Minnesota and had not seen his star chart. Note the similarities between her chart and his Minnesota Chart.

Lyn explained, "When this star chart or star map was shown to me, it was in the form of a hologram, so it was three dimensional. The four quadrants were actually small galaxies or star systems. By map I mean it was a replica like a road map. Two of the top quadrants are from memory and the two bottom ones are best guesses."

Alien Symbols: Index of Alphabets, Insignias, Maps, Star Charts and Symbols


Alien Symbols Alter Human Energy

Pamela explains how she uses her alien writings for healing clients.

"I have some sense of what is being transmitted in these alien writings which I call Codex Writings. I believe they are codes within patterns that alter one's energy simply by looking at them. I don't think they are a language as we are used to using that term. They predate Hebrew symbols and so, perhaps, Hebrew was inspired by the transmissions within these codes."

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Alien codex writing used for healng.

"I can tell you how they really started up. This is for real. I was doing a program at The Monroe Institute. In the middle of the week, an electric Blue Light Being with an energy which I cannot adequately describe, moved ever so gently into my body, shimmered, expanded my whole being, and altered my vibrations quite dramatically. It appeared and gently did its vibrational thing two more times."

Alien codex writing used for healng.

"I have not seen it in 3.5 years, nor has any other entity or being visited me since. I am not in touch with etheric beings, etc. But ever since then, I channel this script, do elaborate paintings of it, project it onto people's bodies with a light projector and have made healing shrouds for clients with the codex painted on it."

Alien codex writing used for healng.

"Some people recognize the language and cry because it feels so ancient to them. I suspect we are seedlings from many other dimensions, and this was our language. It may be Pleiadian, because of the Blue Light Being who started it within my body consciousness."

"Here is another page of interpretation from the codex writings. As follows: Between the planets is the star pattern. From behind this conglomerate lies the keys to what you seek--if informed you can then know how to make contact. Your ever present sisters and brothers of love. Be meeting with us in these heavens, gathering bread for the masses, passing down and along the lines of light that which people are awaiting. We will be with you always."

Alien codex writing used for healng.

"Here is an entry from my diary minutes after channeling a long page of the script. 'Question: What is this stuff? Answer: They are patterns for the mind to awaken and release the next level of energy and chemicals to permit higher development of the brain and being. Keep writing and reading. It will keep opening your understanding for the future of the species.'"

"I also believe they are more sacred than we can imagine. I just found your web site and others who are writing these alien symbols and I feel much less out there and alone."









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