13 People Share Real Life Alien And UFO Encounters
"All I know is I can't think of any plausible explanation as to why I woke up over half a mile away from my car in the middle of a corn field more than three hours after I had stopped."
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"Suddenly it accelerated off into the night sky at a speed that definitely wasn’t humanly possible. I mean like zero to a thousand, it seemed like. It disappeared into the night sky."
"It stood immediately at maybe 7 or 8 feet tall. As soon as it saw me, it ran. I’ve never seen anything run that fast on two feet. I’ve replayed that in my head so many times and told a few people I trust about it, but it’s not something you can really believe just by hearing about it. I have lots of other stories about my experiences, but I think most people still need time and evidence before they’re willing to believe it."
"It looked like a stealth bomber turned sideways (nose leading, one wing down toward the road and the other pointed up at the sky). It was completely a shiny black in color, as tall as a house, and was shaped like an arrowhead. It was cruising the street at maybe 3 mph, just gliding over the road. I watched it for maybe 20 seconds. As soon as it had passed behind some two story houses and out of my sight, I got my hearing back full force. I ran home with my piss-soaked pants and never spoke a word of it to anybody."
"Now here is where the story takes a turn for the weird, and I am sure you guys will think I'm just making it all up because it really does seem like something straight out of a typical UFO movie or story. The electronics in my car started to go haywire. The radio was randomly changing stations while the volume kept going up and down. The dome light and headlights started to flicker, turning off and back on. This was at 10:56 p.m.. I started thinking to myself that my battery must be failing, or that I had a short somewhere in the electric system of my car. So, I leaned down to pop the hood to take a look at the battery...and that was the last thing I remember doing.
The next thing I knew, I opened my eyes and saw nothing but the night sky full of bright stars. It was a cold night and it seemed like I had never seen stars that bright in my life. I sat up and looked around, and I saw absolutely nothing. Nothing at all. I was in the middle of a field, surrounded by corn stalks left over from the recent harvest. As I began coming to my senses, I started to freak out. Where was I? Why the fuck was I asleep in the middle of a field? Where the fuck was my car? I got up and started walking toward the distant headlights I could see from a road about half a mile away.
When I got to the nearest intersection, I looked at the signs which read 350N and 50W. I was half a mile away from my car, which was just right off the main road. I started walking toward the headlights I could see on the main road. I can't say how long it took me to walk the half mile, but it couldn't have been more than 10 or 15 minutes. When I arrived at my car, all the lights were out — my battery had died, which struck me as odd because I couldn't have been gone for that long. I looked at my phone, which was sitting on the passenger seat, and the time was 2:17 a.m.. Over three hours had passed since I turned off onto the side road for the flashing lights behind me.
I remember sitting in my car completely dumbfounded, wondering what the hell had just happened to me. After about half an hour of just sitting there, I remembered that my battery was dead, so I got on the phone and called AAA to come out and give me a jump. It took about an hour for them to get out to me since I was a good distance away from the nearest town; during which time I just sat in silence, running through the possible scenarios in my head concerning what had just happened. To this day I couldn't tell you what really happened to me that night. All I know is I can't think of any plausible explanation as to why I woke up over half a mile away from my car in the middle of a corn field more than three hours after I had stopped. I have only shared this story with one other person — my uncle. I'm sure people would either look at me like I've got three heads or would call bullshit on the whole story. I can't blame them...if somebody came to me with a story like that, that so closely mirrors the stereotypical encounter story, I probably wouldn't believe them, either."
"Fast forward to about 2013-ish and I was in Montana, where I went to undergrad. I was outside in the middle of the day with a friend and another friend’s mom. We were on the patio when a pink light came across the sky, got HUGE, then exited the sky. It was the EXACT same phenomenon, but in a different color, different time of day, in a different part of the country.
I know what I saw was aliens, and it wasn’t scary; more like fascinating to watch. I just stood there staring in awe both times. I hope I see it again sometime, it was absolutely beautiful and unlike anything else. I would love to observe it again if I’m lucky enough."
"I leaned forward so that I could see directly into the light and in that brief moment, I feel a flood of negative emotions hit me. The closest description I can offer is that I felt like I was naked under a giant microscope and having every single pore examined, thoroughly.
I looked away from the light and asked my friend to drive. He barely responded, apparently in a similar state. Then he snapped out of it and started driving. A little ways down the road, I noticed that the red light wasn't fading and the interior of the car was still clearly lit by it. I looked out the window and, to my horror, the light was following us. It did so for approximately a mile or two.
Then, the light unexpectedly veered off to the left and came down to ground level in a patch of trees adjacent to the road. My friend stopped the car again and continued to stare at it. Abruptly he, declared he was going to get out of the car. He looked like he was in some sort of trance. He opened the door, and I grabbed his arm and told him that if he got out, I would get in the driver seat and leave him. We had to leave that instant.
He looked at me and seemed to come to. He punched the gas so hard, the tires lost traction and spun. The light remained stationary as we rode away, but I've never looked at the night sky the same."
"Then it stopped again in midair and slightly turned sideways. It straightened out again, with the front of it facing directly toward us, and began moving slowly up and into the clouds. As it did this, you could see a magnetic field or something like that, fluctuating above the object. But the most astounding thing that we saw was how the object began shrinking into a pinpoint, then disappeared into nothing, up and into the clouds. There was no sound, no normal aircraft-type of movement, nothing that fit what one would expect to see from a man-made object. There was moderate traffic just below the object, but we couldn't tell if anyone else was seeing what we saw.
I called the police, the weather stations, and the airports. No weather balloons were out in that area, nor would they look and behave the way the object we saw did. I reported our sighting to MUFON (the Mutual UFO Network), who had my story on their website for a time after someone from MUFON interviewed me. Not long later, though, I could no longer find my story. Seemingly, it was removed.
To this day, my brother and I are baffled by our encounter and will never forget it. We knew the object was not a plane or a helicopter, or anything of the like. None of what we saw made sense, but we both know that we saw it. So my conclusion is, my brother and I unequivocally witnessed a UFO that day."
"It was so fast it almost seemed like it teleported itself. It moved in sharp angles, almost like it was forming triangles, but it never finished the shape before starting a new one in another direction. It lasted for like a minute or two, and then as fast as it arrived, it went away. I don’t know what it was, not even drones today are able to move that way. Either some government had some extremely futuristic technology 17 years ago and decided to test it in the south of Mexico, or something far more advanced decided to vacation near the golf of Mexico along with us."
"Lisa appeared very 'distant' to her, with a very 'dreamy' demeanor. Like she was really happy and at peace, but for no good reason. After they talked for a bit, Lisa brought up the incident on the roof. Mom said she still doesn't really remember anything about it, but Lisa remembered. She remembers everything. She said that at first, it was all in bits and pieces and she couldn't remember any of it clearly. She was confused and scared and wanted to avoid discussing it. Then, as time passed, she began to remember more of it.
She remembered the other three times she claimed to have been abducted after that clearly as well. At first, they paralyzed her somehow and did all sorts of invasive experiments on her, but by the most recent time, they stopped probing her and began to talk with her. They didn't speak English or any other human language, but she could understand everything they said, even though she couldn't speak their language herself. Apparently they told her all sorts of things — stuff about space, Earth itself, and, most shockingly, predicted years beforehand that she would get pregnant in a specific year and that it would be a stillborn, as well that she would never be able to have children again. They told her that it was not their fault and they had even made an attempt to save her from this fate, but they were unsuccessful.
They also told her that they had abducted my mother another time, after that first incident. Mom says she has no recollection of any other potential abductions, but she does have recurring nightmares of being abducted. Still, she's 'almost sure' that they're just that: nightmares.
Anyway, Lisa told mom that every time she spoke with them, she came to understand 'the truth' more and more. When mom inquired what 'the truth' was, Lisa just said, 'You will know eventually,' and she said that once she learned of 'the truth,' then 'everything became wonderful.'
Mom has seen her a few more times over the years (we still live in another state from her), and she apparently has a pretty normal life, and doesn't like, obsess over alien stuff (like some supposed alien abductees do). She only ever brings it up in passing, not like it's a central part of her daily life."
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