I can't believe I'm actually doing this. I've never
told anyone about this. I'm really nervous and it could be
nothing, but so many things about some of the stories I've seen
on T.V. have really hit home with me. I've always told myself
that it couldn't really have happened, that it must have been a
dream, but there are too many coincidences with the stories.
When I was a small boy, about 5 years old, I witnessed a UFO
and some very strange occurrences. It was late one evening in my
step-grandfather's house. My father had married his oldest
daughter (it was a family of 8). I had an aunt and uncle of 6
& 8 just barely older than me. Gramps told us to go outside
and get some wood for the fire. It was a nice night, cool, but
not really cold. I remember there being a really bright moon.
Maybe it was full, but I'm not sure.
Anyway while I was standing there, getting my arms loaded with
wood, I noticed clouds coming in very fast, totally blocking out
the moon, and it suddenly began to snow. All of this happened
very quickly, maybe 2 minutes. I turned to go down the stairs
into the sub-terranian type home, and half way down the stairs I
heard what sounded like a thunder clap so loud that it shook my
insides. It scared me so bad that my legs flew out from under me.
I landed on the stairs, crushing my legs between the stairs and
the logs I was carrying. I cried and screamed, but no one came.
Everything seemed deathly quiet. I ran up the stairs to the
outside again. It had stopped snowing, but it was still really
cloudy. The horses started naying loudly. A car drove up &
turned to park. I heard a very strange noise. Then a glowing ball
of light came out from the clouds, slowly hovering across the
yard, out into a field, over a small thicket of trees, and
disappeared behind them with a bright flash of light.
The next thing I remember, it's daylight and there are
scientists everywhere. One of the horses had died (or been
killed?) and they were autopsying it. It had been found behind
the trees where I had seen the ball of light disappear (or
land?). They picked it up with a fork lift and loaded it into a
truck. It was never mentioned again. Shortly after my dad
divorced and we moved back to Oklahoma. Since then, I've had
reoccurring nightmares (or Experiences?) about little men coming
to take me away. As a child I was drawing pictures of little men
with pear - shaped heads and large eyes, way before it was
popular. I would wake up from some of my dreams with a nose
bleed, feeling nauseous, or unexplained marks on my body.
I've had several episodes of missing time. I hope there is a
rational explanation for all of this, but my experiences are so
much like the other people I've seen on T.V. that I thought I
should tell someone. I am hoping that you guys know someone I
could talk to that does research on this stuff. I would be
willing to do a hypnotic regression to get to the bottom of it if
necessary. Actually, it really felt really good just to get it
out. I used to think abduction people were crazy, but then I
started to notice similarities in my own experiences. I'm still
not sure if I believe any of this stuff, or what this is really,
but maybe studying my experiences can help. I don't know.
Please, if my story can some how help someone else then use
it. No, I didn't take the survey. For some reason I was never
able to find it. Yes, there were other people there, but like I
said, no one mentioned it again. It was like it never happened. I
asked my former stepmother if she remembered the incident and she
denied it, so I don't know if we will ever find anything going
that route. She found me. My father and her were married in a
catholic ceremony. She wanted to re-marry and couldn't because
the church still considered her to be wed to my father. She was
willing to trade some of my Dad's old belongings if I could
convince him to sign some church papers for her.
We are glad you wrote about what has happened to
you. Your history is so similar to that of other abductees, with
one interesting exception that is saved for the end of this reply. Did you take the Alien
Abduction Survey. It asks you a series
of yes or no questions and then provides you with a score of how
similar your experiences are to other abductees.
All abductees at some point reach a point where they have to
stop and examine everything that has happened in their lives,
only to realize, hey, this stuff does not happen to other people,
but it happened to me and it is still real. You will find that
once you start talking about it, that you will
feel better. The moment you realize these things have happened to
other people, then you will start to feel better about all of
The abduction scene is doubly difficult because our U.S.
military is in a very awkward situation. Here we have the most
powerful military in the world, and they are unable to keep out
the aliens or prevent abductions. Therefore, they certainly can't
admit that any of this stuff is true! Because if they did, they
would have to admit being unable to do their job to prevent it.
That brings you to this point in your life where you have
probably set all these weird things aside for years. Now as an
adult, you are suddenly realizing that something is going on here
and it is not what it seems, so maybe the only thing it could be
is the abduction stuff.
Your experience also occurred at your grandfather's house. You
would not believe how many abduction scenarios for kids started
at a grandparent's house, especially if the house was out in the
country or in an isolated area, with a secluded field or woods
nearby. This is one of the textbook scenarios.
The exception to your history is a fascinating one. This is
the part which suggests that possibly a UFO crashed or was shot
down in the nearby field or woods. Were any other living people
witnesses to this event, such as siblings, or cousins, etc.?