UFO spotters and their tales of the supernatural
Posted online: Thursday, October 06, 2005 at 0000
LIMA, PERU, OCTOBER 5: One minute Jonathan Reed was
hiking with his golden retriever in a forest in
Seattle. The next, his pet was being torn apart by a
gray an alien being with an elongated head,
smelling of rotting fruit.
A scene from a sci-fi film? No, maintains Reed, a
former child-developmental psychologist who says he
took the alien home and lived with it for nine days in
which it communicated via telepathy and was able to
pull thoughts from his mind.
Reed and othersincluding Uruguayan Rafael Ulloa who
says aliens in spaceships spirited away people from
New Yorks twin towers in the September 11, 2001,
attacksgather in Lima this week for a world
Peru has long been a mecca for mystics and there have
been abundant reports of flying saucers, especially
over the southern town of Chilca. Some locals reckon
aliens imbued mud springs there with special curative
and fertility powers.
The Congress, organised by the Alfa Y Omega group that
believes a fleet of UFOs will fly to Earth at the end
of the world and Christ could use one for his second
coming, during its October 6-9 run will pore over
photos and grainy films of bright flashes and spooky
shapes they say point to alien life forms.
Retired US Air Force Lt. Col Donald Ware, 69, told a
news conference on Tuesday his first contact with
aliens was in 1953, when he saw seven spacecraft
flying over Washington, D.C.
He spotted no signs of extra-terrestrial life during
his service, but said he had seen alien craft eight
times since retiring in 1982.
Seeing isnt always believing. Wendelle Stevens, a
retired US Air Force colonel, said he believed in
aliens after having investigated 100 cases, despite
never having seen any himself. Reuters
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