Can aliens communicate with us by telephone?
Many abductees have
reported unusual experiences involving aliens and
telephones. Some abductees believe the strange clicking
sounds on the phone line are caused by aliens; others
believe the clicks are the government monitoring us with
18 acres of underground computers located in Ft. Meade,
Maryland, as seen in the movie "Enemy of the
State" and reviewed at our web site Movie Review:
Enemy of the State.
Some abductees have heard mechanical sounding voices. Two
abductees reported the following:
Landi reports: I have also heard clicks, bangs, and
funny noises on the phone several times, but the most
impressive one was the time I was awakened at 3:51 a.m.
(I always try to look at the clock when they're around).
The phone rang 4 times. I got up and walked to the phone.
As I don't like to answer the phone at that time of the
morning, I waited until the answering machine picked up.
There was an eerie silence and then someone hung up. I
went back to bed, and shortly thereafter woke up with
someone or something laying over my chest and holding my
arms. I had been given an inoculation, and a month later
was given a booster. I was told this was for the ET's
protection as well as mine, as when I came to visit them,
I may bring germs indigenous to our planet. I realized
they wanted me to be aware of their presence and what
they were doing, hence, the phone call. Get's stranger
all the time, eh?
Bill, a male abductee reports: With my handful of experiences of
telephone-related oddities, I have no doubt that e-mail
monitoring would be very easy for aliens. I'm including my
phone experiences and ask if anyone has experienced
anything like these:
On two occasions (at about 4 a.m. each
time), upon feeling the aliens' immediate presence, I
have asked them to phone me instead of showing
themselves, due to my fear level. Both times the phone
rang upon my request (producing nothing more than a dial
tone, both times, when I answered the phone).
One afternoon, when I was younger and
living at my old house with my folks, my father called
from work and asked if he'd received any calls from some
job prospects he had. I told him that there had been no
calls. He asked if my mother might have taken a call for
him and I replied that it wasn't possible because I was
home alone. He let me go, but I suddenly got a strange
feeling in my gut that, somehow, I shouldn't have said
that I was alone. As I stepped away from the phone, it
rang again. When I answered it, there was silence (an
eerie silence). Nervously, I kept asking if anyone was
From in the distance, I heard the sound
of an approaching helicopter. The phone clicked to a dial
tone and I hung up. I was about to call my father back to
see if it was him, trying to call me back, when I noticed
the sound of the approaching helicopter was louder than I
was used to for passing aircraft. In fact, it came
roaring directly over the house, making the house's
windows vibrate. I ran outside to see a (yes) black
helicopter slowly and lowly fly off to the east and up to
a higher altitude. When I called my father back, he said
that he hadn't touched his phone since calling me the one
time. Absent-mindedly, I guess, I didn't try to
investigate the source of the second call.
The spookiest thing that ever happened
to me on the phone happened a few years ago when I was
having a casual conversation with a friend of mine about
Christmas shopping and how I ran into this girl I used to
date at a local mall (you know - secrets which hold our
world in the balance). After a few minutes of
conversation, as I was speaking, I was interrupted by MY
OWN VOICE coming over the phone, saying what I had just
said a minute before!!! I asked my friend if he heard it
and he said that he didn't. I'm sure that my friend
didn't get weird on me and decide to tape our
conversation (and I did ask him, anyway), actually, the
only comforting theory for what I heard.