1) The Unknown Creature
Mr throwaway 999 also saw greys as a young child, starting at about 6 years of age and continuing until mid-thirties. At age six, they woke up in the room they shared with their two siblings to see a gray standing. When the gray saw it was seen, it ran out of the room and then seemed to run through the closed door of Mr throwaway 999’s bedroom for parents. It seemed to have disappeared when they went into the room of their parents to see if the grey was there.
Over the next few years, many similar encounters occurred, although Mr throwaway 999 did not talk much about it because they were afraid of teasing. Although they don’t remember encounters with greys during their teenage years, when they were 25, Mr throwaway 999 had a really terrifying experience living in a third-floor apartment. They woke up to find their bed surrounded by four-five small greys and two bigger ones that seemed to perform some sort of operation. Mr throwaway 999 was unable to move. By some kind of clicking noise, the greys seemed to communicate.
They would touch Mr throwaway 999 with a black rod every once in a while, which might cause him to black out at a time for up to 24 hours. At one point, with no memory of what had happened, Mr throwaway 999 woke up on his back porch.
2) The Texas Crash
A “cigar-shaped” UFO allegedly crashed in Aurora, Texas, Judge J.S. Proctor’s windmill in 1897. The incident was reported in the April 19 edition of the Dallas Morning News, two days after the crash occurred, claiming that the pilot of the ship was “not an inhabitant of this world.” The remains of the pilot were allegedly buried in an unmarked grave at a local cemetery, and the ship was partly buried with the pilot. The rest of it is said to have been dumped down a well.
Barbara Brammer, the former mayor of Aurora, claims the whole thing was a hoax made for Aurora to be saved. See, after a series of unfortunate events, the city suffered, including a fire, the dying-out local cotton crop, a fever epidemic, and the cancelation of a planned railroad into town. The “hoax” put Aurora back on the map, but the events of April have not yet been entirely disproved.
3) Hudson Valley, New York V – shaped lights
In the mid-’80s, a fever of sorts overcame the Hudson Valley area, with over 5,000 people reporting UFO sightings from 1982 to 1986. But the most important event of that period came on March 24, 1983 in the form of a mass sighting.
Residents of Hudson Valley reported seeing a V-shaped object covered in lights throughout the night of March 24. It has taken interest in a nuclear reactor and water bodies. All witness reports from that time are documented in the book Night Siege: The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings, which quotes a witness saying he saw a huge flying object covered in multi-colored lights that night. “If there’s something like a flying town, it’s been a flying town,” he said.
The prolonged event is often regarded as a grouping of air force jets, although there is no real evidence of that.
The Image Inside UFO
The pictures of a “human – like alien” and “control panel inside a flying saucer” are being published in a new book. The grainy black and white pictures appear to be shown inside a cockpit with seating, control panel and other objects. A flying saucer landed in Francavillia, Italy on the Adriatic Coast, according to staggering claims in the book UFO Contacts in Italy, which is about so-called alien contact and abductions in the country.
Dr Roberto Pinotii 73, author of the book, which was due to be published on February 1, talked about what was claimed to have happened. He said: “Two men were allowed to enter the UFO and take photographs. The diameter of the UFO was 24 meters, the diameter of the cabin was 10 meters.
“These rare and extraordinary photographs and the alleged extraterrestrial pilot’s two photographs.”