Witness reports UFO in Canadian wilderness area
Edited by Albert Rosales
Location. (Wilderness area) Canada (exact location not given)
The witness who lives alone in a remote cabin one night saw a light outside the window. The nearest town is a few hours away, so of course I was confused. He rarely sees lights outside at night where he lives. So he went to the window, he looked out and saw a “massive UFO”, the craft was huge. As he looked up stunned he began to feel a sense that he was floating. Then the next thing he knew he woke up in a totally white room. Four beings came out first; they were small, probably 4-5 feet tall with gray skin. (He claims he had never sent these before from previous abductions).
But what made this abduction so “special’ was what happened next. He was overpowered by an unseen force and restrained on a table. He began to scream, telling them that he didn’t want any more experiments done on him.
He tried to struggle and fight, his eyes were closed but when he opened them all the little beings were gone.
The white room began to glow an extremely bright fluorescent blue. Suddenly a being about 6 feet tall appeared right next to him. It had gray skin but some fluorescent blue marks on it, and some ocean blue marks as well. Its eyes were pitch-black with red “veins” running through them. It had an aura coming off it, light blue, dark blue and some other colors. In his head the witness heard something talking to him, it said, “Don’t worry for I am a ‘God’ and you are protected, soon you will be free.” And then a very bright yellow light blinded him, and the next thing he knew he was outside his cabin in the garden. He felt very afraid.
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