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Ontarian Researcher Investigates Alleged Alien Abduction

Date: 01 November, 2017.

Place: Woodstock, Province of Ontario, Canada.

Early this month, on 01 November, an Ontarian researcher called Ryan Stacey published on Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) online database a shocking report about an alleged alien abduction he had recently investigated.

According to this report, the victim experimented frequent episodes of memory loss, and one night he found blood in his bed.

“The witness has had multiple occurrences where time had been lost and unaccounted for. The latest event involved an orb located at the location provided above [Woodstock, Ontario]”, Mr Stacey related. “On another night the witness observed strange looking lightening and as he looked up to a clear sky he observed a round object appear and travel south to north. The object is described as a bright white and being smaller than a penny”, he added.

He then described the episode when the unnamed witness found blood in his bed. “One night the witness woke up with blood at the end of the bed by where the witness’s feet were. His wife had pointed out the blood and inquired him. The witness was sleeping prior and had no recollection. There were no wounds or lesions on the witness’s feet”, he explained. “The witness then spoke to family doctor who had no explanation for the occurrence at the time. The mysterious blood was since washed away”, he continued.

“On another night, both the witness and his wife had gone to sleep in their bed together, as per usual. When they awoke, the witness noticed that the mattress above the box spring had shifted 4 inches to the right side in favor of where the witness sleeps”, the Ontarian researcher wrote. “Upon discovering this, neither the wife nor the witness recall any tremors or movement during the course of the night that would have caused the bed to shift”, he commented.

Finally, Mr Stacey said that the victim does not have “any sleep paralysis or deprivation diagnosis”. “There is no history of sleep walking nor does the witness take any medications that would directly affect any sleeping habits”, he asserted.

Draw your own conclusions…

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