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Tobias Wayland: Joe Simonton broke one of the cardinal rules of dealing with fairies: he not only accepted food from these strange beings, but he ate it; a decision he would live to regret, but perhaps not for the traditional reasons. Had he known what the result of this event would be, that late morning on his chicken farm in Eagle River, Wisconsin, I’m sure he would have simply locked his door, drawn the shades, and been done with the whole ordeal.

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rashore

There's other articles out there about the first half of the story, the alien spaceship part. Most often cited comes from this: Jacques Vallee (1988). Dimensions: A Casebook of Alien Contact. Anomalist Books [p. 49-52]

Here's a website that includes more of the story, including the aliens looking Italian and wearing knit hats :)http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2014/08/take-it-with-a-grain-of-salt-unless-youre-an-alien-a-fairy-or-alux/

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Tsurugi

"But left unexamined, we will never know."

This seems to be the goal. The concept of "forbidden knowledge" is also shared across disparate cultures from all over the globe, throughout human history.

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