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Kipperphoenix

The 1959 Alor Incident.

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Kipperphoenix
On July 1959, residents of Alor Island reported encountering a group of six strangers on the east side of the island. The strangers were said to be about 1.80 meters with a red hue to their skin and white wavy hair. They wore dark blue clothes and pants with long arms and high collars, a belt with a gray cylinder hanging from it, and black military-style boots. They appeared to be searching for something.

Suspicious of the strangers, the islanders are said to have surrounded them and to have attacked them with hunting arrows. The arrows hit them, but apparently failed to injure them. Six days later, further reports were made of the strangers, this time on the south side of the island. Reports of the strangers were also soon made on Pantar Island. In all cases, the strangers were said to be searching for something.

During this time, it was reported that two people, a man and a six-year-old child, had been abducted. According to testimony given by the man, he was surrounded by the strangers who then paralysed him using the gray cylinders carried on their belts. Although he could not understand their language, he believed that they wanted him to act as guide. His account states that they let him go after a short period. The child was later found unharmed but in a confused state.

Believing the stories to have been inflated, local police reacted with skepticism, but concerned that similar stories were emerging from villages located some distance apart, regional chief of police Alwi Alnadad visited the site where it was believed that the child had disappeared from. There, he and several fellow police officers are said to have encountered the strangers and fired on them, apparently failing to hit them even though they were at close range. Alnadad's account states that the strangers vanished almost as soon as they began shooting, leaving only a set of footprints that appeared to vanish after trailing for 5 meters.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alor_Incident

This one seems really strange to me, because these things were seen by a lot of people and there was a string of UFO sightings during the event. :hmm:

What do you think?

Here is a artist's drawing of what witnesses saw.

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McKenna

Those aliens kinda look like us.

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Drago

Don't they always? I always thought it was funny that until the 80s, spacemen looked like tiny humans or tall humans or humans with silver skin or humans with pointy ears or human children or any other number of human analogues, all bearing messages of love and peace.

But post 80s all those aliens totally disappeared and were replaced by extraterrestrials that look like squashed gray-skinned human fetuses or stretched gray-skinned human fetuses...

(Not a comment on the Alor incident, just a comment on the evolution of aliens in the human imagination.)

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hippomchippo
Don't they always? I always thought it was funny that until the 80s, spacemen looked like tiny humans or tall humans or humans with silver skin or humans with pointy ears or human children or any other number of human analogues, all bearing messages of love and peace.

But post 80s all those aliens totally disappeared and were replaced by extraterrestrials that look like squashed gray-skinned human fetuses or stretched gray-skinned human fetuses...

(Not a comment on the Alor incident, just a comment on the evolution of aliens in the human imagination.)

Could it be different species of aliens?

Maybe the ones that used to visit in the 80s were wiped out or something.

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PersonFromPorlock

For some reason I'm inclined to be very skeptical of aliens who dress in Ruritanian military drag.

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McKenna
Don't they always? I always thought it was funny that until the 80s, spacemen looked like tiny humans or tall humans or humans with silver skin or humans with pointy ears or human children or any other number of human analogues, all bearing messages of love and peace.

But post 80s all those aliens totally disappeared and were replaced by extraterrestrials that look like squashed gray-skinned human fetuses or stretched gray-skinned human fetuses...

(Not a comment on the Alor incident, just a comment on the evolution of aliens in the human imagination.)

Maybe, in the 80s there were aliens like that. And they were trying to warn us about these aliens who are involved with the government now. That they are bad or a lot of them are bad anyway. But we wouldn't listen. And so they left us. And then the government made an agreement with these bad aliens. And now were still dealing with those kinda aliens today. Just something to think about.

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Kipperphoenix

Witness said that when they attacked them with spears, the spears had no effect. :unsure2:

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McKenna
Witness said that when they attacked them with spears, the spears had no effect. :unsure2:

ok so your saying that when the witnesses attacked the aliens with spears that the aliens didn't get hurt.

:blink::blink::blink:

ah ah ah weird.

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Kipperphoenix
ok so your saying that when the witnesses attacked the aliens with spears that the aliens didn't get hurt.

:blink::blink::blink:

ah ah ah weird.

Yes.

And the footprints left by the aliens would disappear.

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McKenna
Yes.

And the footprints left by the aliens would disappear.

:blink::blink::blink:

weird

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Montello

Maybe this aliens look like us

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third_eye

Hmmmmm the mystery thickens...

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Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. Please search for Alor Incident in Wikipedia to check for alternative titles or spellings.

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the13bats

A thread over a decade old with no wiki link :sleepy:

Here,

http://www.betaufo.org/sightings/alor1959.html

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Montello

Very strange case human aliens  searching something in that island

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