5 Alien Abduction stories too extraordinary to be invented

People across the globe claim to have had incredible experiences with the third kind. Some are pure fictions that can and have been easily debunked, while the others are simply so strange and provide so many evidences that have managed to baffle even the best investigators. Here are 5 Alien Abduction stories too extraordinary to be invented

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    The Gundiah Mackay Alien Abduction

    An extraordinary and controversial mood has developed around events that reportedly began late on the evening of Thursday, October 4th, 2001, at a Gundiah property near Tiaro, culminating in the early hours of Friday, October 5th, 2001, and then played out in the glare of rapidly escalating media coverage.
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    Three people were directly involved in these alleged events. Keith Rylance (40), his wife Amy (22), and their business partner, Petra Heller (39) were on their property, which was being developed as “Whispering Winds” winery. Other potential activities were also being developed at the location. The following account comes from interviews conducted with them, along with primary source material such as TV interviews.
    Petra was woken at 11.15pm and went into the living room, where she was horrified to find Amy being carried in a sleeping position out through the window on a beam of light to a "huge ship outside".
    Petra woke Keith, but by the time he entered the room Amy was gone. The curtain was torn, and bushes outside were burnt. The pair phoned the police, who struggled to take the claim seriously. However, around 90 minutes later, Keith received a phone call from a woman in Mackay, Queensland – an eight-hour drive from Gundiah. She said she was with Amy, who was in hospital, dazed and dehydrated. No one could explain how she had travelled such a distance in such a short time.
    A statement was notarised by the Mackay police with a Justice Act acknowledgement, that required Amy to acknowledge that it was true to the best of her knowledge and belief, and that if it is admitted as evidence, that she may be liable to prosecution if she had indicated anything in it that she knew was false.
    Read the extended version of the story here: http://www.phantomsandmonsters.com/2014/12/the-gundiah-mackay-alien-abduction.html

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    The Alien Abduction of Carol and Helen Thomas

    The mother and daughter would experience one of the most terrifying encounters one morning, while on their way to work. It is one of the many cases that the late UFO researcher, Tony Dodd, would investigate. He would document the incident in his book, “Alien Investigator”.
    In the early hours of March 30, 1988, Helen Thomas and her mother Carol set off for work at the nearby mill. They walked through the city housing estates and back alleyways as they always did.
    This particular morning, however, both women suddenly noticed a low humming sound above them, before an intense, bright light shone down, effectively blinding them. As the light disappeared, both women came to their senses, feeling a little nauseous and dizzy. Helen’s leather jacket was soaking wet, yet all around them, the ground was dry. Feeling confused, the two women carried on their way to work. Once there, they were informed by the security guard that they were several hours late.
    Over the following weeks, both women would experience random blistering on their face and arms. Each also suddenly began to suffer nosebleeds, and each noticed “strange discharge” from their naval.

    The experience is something they would quietly live with for some time before telling of their account, and in turn, searching for answers to them. In fact, it would be six years before the pair would report the encounter to UFO researcher, Tony Dodd.
    Extended story, with hypnosis and relations to other cases here: https://www.ufoinsight.com/largely-unknown-alien-abduction-carol-helen-thomas/

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    The Scotland A70 Incident

    While traveling along the A70 with his friend Colin Wright, at just after 10:00 p.m. on August 17, 1992, Garry Wood noticed a black object in the distance.[4] Alerting his friend, both men watched as the object came closer before a blinding white light formed a wall in front of the vehicle. Wood continued to drive the car forward, transfixed by the bright intensity.The next thing both men knew, the car had come to a complete stop, facing the opposite direction. They had no memory of turning the vehicle around, or what had happened to the light and the object they had seen. When Wood looked at his wristwatch, it now read just after 11:00 p.m. Both men, extremely shaken, realized something was wrong.
    They would reluctantly undergo hypnotic regression to try to recover the lost hour of time. The results were startling.
    They later recalled, in amazing detail under hypnosis, how a space ship hovered in front of them before they were beamed on board the craft, stripped and examined by strange creatures before being beamed back to earth.

    The men have never changed their stories and even passed a lie detector test on TV. Their experiences are now referred to as the 'A70 Incident'.

    Author and investigator Malcolm Robinson probed the incident which took place as friends Garry Wood and Colin Wright, were driving to the village of Tarbrax, West Lothian.
    Their journey was supposed to take 30 minutes. When they reached their destination, they were an hour and a half late and could not account for the time.

    Malcolm, founder of Strange Phenomena Investigations and an acknowledged UFO expert, carried out an inquiry into their claims, which had a massive impact on him.

    After the case emerged he stated: "I was an ardent sceptic. I really didn't think there was any validity to these tales of machines flying about the Scottish skies. But once you physically get involved in investigating these subjects, then you come off the fence. After a few years of investigation, there's enough substantial data to validate the people that have been saying these things."
    Read full story: http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/scotlands-biggest-ufo-mystery-comes-1045404

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    The Barney and Betty Hill incident

    Among the most influential and widely known UFO incidents is the story of Barney and Betty Hill, a middle-aged New Hampshire couple who in 1961 were returning from vacation. Driving late at night through the White Mountains, the Hills encountered a UFO whose alien occupants reportedly took them on board and subjected them to a thorough medical examination.

    Terrified, the couple drove off. However, they both claim to have experienced a buzzing sensation, and when they finally arrived home at dawn the four-hour journey had taken seven hours.
    The Hills' clothes were torn in strange places, and Betty found a mysterious pink powder on her dress. She began having intense dreams about the experience, in which skin samples were taken from her and a needle thrust into her navel. Later she drew a star map which she said she had been shown by the aliens.
    Barney and Betty Hill were respected in their community – Barney was involved in the civil rights movement, and Betty was a social worker. No one had any reason to suspect they were lying.

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    The Khoury abductions

    Peter Khoury had a bizarre experience on July 23, 1992, in Sydney, Australia. He had a shattering experience on July 12, 1988, which he was ultimately able to understand as an alien abduction. It changed his life. He would go on to help others who had similar experiences by establishing the UFO Experience Support Association (UFOESA). But nothing prepared him for the July 1992 episode. It was so shocking that Peter would only share the experience with his wife and a few close associates.

    The July 1992 incident had yielded a remarkable piece of evidence - a hair sample apparently from a blonde "nordic" entity. I was able to work with a biochemistry team which would provide the world's first DNA analysis of a biological sample implicated in an alien abduction experience. The team wanted to see if the sample provided forensic DNA evidence that might support the extraordinary story. It did far more than that.


    The Lahu people, via the DNA clue from the Khoury hair sample,
    may be connected with the apparent "Nordic hybrid" being, both
    through their DNA and their locality, which we found to be rich
    in UFO and unusual light phenomena. These investigations
    dramatically consolidated valuable UFO data from China,
    particularly in the province of Yunnan.
    Read More http://ufoupdateslist.com/2012/nov/m12-001.shtml

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