The UFO-link percentage was the highest in my
research data. I know this finding was affected by the
fact that I excluded reports from the three west coast
states, southern California excepted.
We know that reports from there are often of black furred types with
normal eyes and no known UFO linkage. I think of these
as a more settled in form of the para-apes but still
having the same alien masters.
In some UFO-link cases we also have the sound of
turbine-like machinery running underground. Fire Control
Officer Bill Vogel, in the Yakima Indian Reservation of
Washington State, reported intense UFO activity and the
sounds in the isolated back canyons.
It was the same with another investigator named Ken Hunt, an
ex-California law officer, in his area situated south
toward the Columbia River. Here too, were UFOs and the
underground mining sounds. After 10 years of para-apes
and UFOs the ranch horses finally ceased to panic.
In the New Jersey counties of Morrison, Warren, Hunteston,
and Sussex, at least 60 persons saw the ape entities
along with ruby-red UFOs and triangular craft. The
sounds were there, too.
In Sangus, California on the
Santa Clarita ranch, UFOs were active and several para-apes
were seen wearing glowing blue belts.
There are abductee cases in which the para-apes are seen inside the UFO or
in facilities that seem like an underground base. One of
my Louisiana abductees described the types of aliens she
had seen in what she called an under river base. She
casually mentioned that a friend of the aliens, a red
eyed ape, was there also. This information from her was
spontaneous for I had not mentioned anything about any apes.
The UFO-para-ape link is undeniable in the following
classic case. Joe Butler and Elmer Grant were fishing on
Moqdor Reservoir near Kent, Ohio, when a large orange
sphere began to send a yellow beam to the ground. Joe
flashed his light at it. Much to his chagrin, it soon
arrived overhead and paralyzed him with its beam. In
less than a minute, he thought it released him and he
dived in the door of his tent.
Photo of Donald Worley,
Alien Abduction Researcher
Joe then watched in amazement as his companion was transfixed in the beam
then released. The two then cowered in the tent as an
orange glow flooded the area. The thing overhead emitted
a "whoo whoo" sound then departed. The men
were no longer acting normally for they went back to the
lake to catfish and only joked about what had happened.
When a big hunched over, long armed beast began to rush at
them through the woods, they reverted to normal behavior
again. Joe fired six pistol shots at it and they rushed
to the tent. Now they were like trapped animals in an
orange glow and it sounded like the para-ape was beating
Their frantic rush down the trail with Elmer hanging on to Joe's shirttail ended in success. At
home they were in for a shock. Their faces were red and
swollen. They became nauseated, had runny bowels,
syrupy-yellow urine, dehydration, exhaustion and depression.
The most surprising thing was in their dreams where they again met para-apes from the ground.
Only this time they were quite intelligent. Each of them
spent time in a padded captain's chair opposite a para-ape
who questioned them in detail on some aspects of para-ape
/ human relations. The men lost an hour and a half but
could not believe that all they dreamed happened in less
than a minute in the beam. End of part 2.
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