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user posted image rKen Korczak: A fantastic UFO event is currently unfolding near the small town of Tappen, North Dakota, which involves giant 9-foot aliens stealing a farmer’s pigs -- with one of the aliens being shot with a 22-caliber rifle by a 16-year-old farm boy. The story was featured on the front page of North Dakota’s largest and conservative newspaper, the Fargo Forum, on October 28. It’s being called one of the “most legitimate and credible” human-alien confrontation stories in decades, and the story is nothing else if fascinating and sensational. Here is what has been happening, as reported by the Fargo Forum:Evan Briese, 16, woke early on the morning of Sept. 16 and saw something big moving among a corral where a number of very large hogs were kept -- the hogs were basically family pets. Evan grabbed a gun, thinking it might be a coyote -- but what he saw in the corral shocked him to the bone! Evan Briese encountered two creatures standing 8 to 9 feet tall that were doing something to one of the hogs. He fired his .22-caliber rifle at one creature which emitted an unearthly scream. Another creature then grabbed the boy and threw him to the ground, causing him to black out. When Evan Briese awoke, he found that Ruthy, a 450-pound sow that had been ready to give birth, was gone.

The boy ran to the home of his older sister, Trista, a short distance from the house he shares with his parents.Trista Briese made a frantic phone call to her parents and it wasn’t long before they, and later the Kidder County sheriff, were on the scene. The sheriff, Doug Howard, then left but came back the next day. He ultimately came to no conclusions about what happened to the hog, Myra Briese said. Several days later, with the help of a hypnotist, Evan Briese remembered more details.Five entities had been in the corral. Two were in the process of dragging what appeared to be a dead hog when the boy interrupted them.As for the other incidents, one was in April when Evan and his cattle dog, Buster, were checking on cows during calving season, his parents said. Investigating a flashing glow, the pair walked over a hill and saw an object resting on the ground that appeared to be scanning a waterhole with an intense beam of light. At first, boy and dog could do nothing but stare. The spell was broken when Buster ran barking at the craft, which took off into the night, causing what amounted to a sonic boom.“It woke Myra up,” Torrey Briese said of the sound, adding that he, too, witnessed something unusual this past summer. It happened one night in July, when he was giving a neighbor a ride into town. Briese said he and the neighbor noticed a bluish light in the sky, which stopped when they stopped and moved when they began driving.

“We spent about a half-hour watching it,” Briese said, adding that at one point the object flew so fast it went several miles in a matter of seconds. Based on the description of the object his son saw in April, Briese links the two events, adding that he’s never been given to flights of fancy.“Evan and I are very skeptical,” Torrey Briese said. “We used to watch ‘The UFO Files’ on TV and laugh out loud.” Briese said he wouldn’t be surprised if people feel the same about his story, but he said the family doesn’t feel a need to prove anything and they’ve moved on. “We’re not out looking for aliens every night,” he said.Brice Barnick, the mayor of Tappen -- located off Interstate 94 between Bismarck and Jamestown -- said visits by UFOs are the talk of the town, though he himself is not quite on board. “I’m not saying it can’t happen. But I’d have to see it to believe it,” Barnick said. At the time of the April incident, the Brieses were put in touch with Richard Moss, a UFO investigator who happened to be in Tappen for a funeral.Moss, of Long Prairie, Minn., is the Minnesota representative of the Mutual UFO Network, an organization based in Colorado dedicated to the study of UFO phenomena. Moss, a former high school science teacher, said that in many years of investigating UFO reports, only a handful have impressed him as having the potential to be genuine. The Tappen incidents, he said, fall into the latter category.“There are a lot of people out there who are telling false stories. The credibility of the witness is a big thing,” Moss said. In the case of Evan Briese, Moss said it was interesting to view the boy’s demeanor before and after the hypnotic regression. Prior to hypnosis, “He (Briese) had a sort of unsure look on his face.

He was still really wondering what had happened. After the hypnotic regression, he knew. He was made to remember,” Moss said. Sheriff Howard was off duty Thursday and could not be reached for comment.John Lemieux, a Kidder County deputy, said he did not believe the incident in September resulted in a written report. Torrey Briese said strange things are still happening. A relative who farms in the Tappen area recently had a sheep die, and a veterinarian who examined the animal found no obvious reason for its death, Briese said. A cause of death wasn’t the only thing missing. Someone, Briese said, removed a single testicle from the animal. It was done with surgical precision, he added.

Ken will post regular updates of this ongoing story on his blog: http://www.ironghost.wordpress.com

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Aranel

Not quite sure what to make of this.

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zukie&jim

it would be a more interesting story IF it weren't for the hypnotic regression being used . that just blows the story to itty-bitty bits.

the only thing i find interesting is it is similar to a incident in israel from the 1990's where --again involving a farm community --was invaded by 7 to 9 ft tall aliens at around 2-am one morning . most farm animals were dead the next day . the thing that holds that story together though is that several family homes were invaded on the same day and several people from different farms claimed to have their homes invaded and their livestock killed on the same date and time -and all the descriptions of the alien beings were the same--overly tall--wearing space suites of some kind and a sickening smell overcame the residents in the early morning hours.

as armed as those people were i find it a bit odd that no firearms were used on the space-men in the 1990 event .

it is interesting to me because there not the little gray naked things with probes--lol

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PASSING_BY

good story yeah, but why was he checking the animals testicles? :blink:

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Ryo Ohki

It sounds like the flatwoods monter.

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IronGhost

I strongly agree with jsf about the hypnotism --proven to be the most unreliable and srurious way to collect UFO "evidence."

However, if you look at the incident up to the guy submitted to hypnotism, the story is very intriguing. Interestingly, one of the aspects that adds credibility to the event is that the aliens were 8- 9-feet tall.

UFO researcher Jaques Vallee has pointed out that stories involving "giant" aliens tend to be ignored, but are actually more credible in that they don't involve the very cliché "grays" -- which have become almost the default way all aliens are "supposed to look."

People are less likely to be making things up when the appearance of the aliens is highly unusual -- but still -- who knows?

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IPB Image\Ken Korczak: A fantastic UFO event is currently unfolding near the small town of Tappen, North Dakota, which involves giant 9-foot aliens stealing a farmer’s pigs -- with one of the aliens being shot with a 22-caliber rifle by a 16-year-old farm boy. The story was featured on the front page of North Dakota’s largest and conservative newspaper, the Fargo Forum, on October 28. It’s being called one of the “most legitimate and credible” human-alien confrontation stories in decades, and the story is nothing else if fascinating and sensational. Here is what has been happening, as reported by the Fargo Forum:Evan Briese, 16, woke early on the morning of Sept. 16 and saw something big moving among a corral where a number of very large hogs were kept -- the hogs were basically family pets. Evan grabbed a gun, thinking it might be a coyote -- but what he saw in the corral shocked him to the bone! Evan Briese encountered two creatures standing 8 to 9 feet tall that were doing something to one of the hogs. He fired his .22-caliber rifle at one creature which emitted an unearthly scream. Another creature then grabbed the boy and threw him to the ground, causing him to black out. When Evan Briese awoke, he found that Ruthy, a 450-pound sow that had been ready to give birth, was gone.

The boy ran to the home of his older sister, Trista, a short distance from the house he shares with his parents.Trista Briese made a frantic phone call to her parents and it wasn’t long before they, and later the Kidder County sheriff, were on the scene. The sheriff, Doug Howard, then left but came back the next day. He ultimately came to no conclusions about what happened to the hog, Myra Briese said. Several days later, with the help of a hypnotist, Evan Briese remembered more details.Five entities had been in the corral. Two were in the process of dragging what appeared to be a dead hog when the boy interrupted them.As for the other incidents, one was in April when Evan and his cattle dog, Buster, were checking on cows during calving season, his parents said. Investigating a flashing glow, the pair walked over a hill and saw an object resting on the ground that appeared to be scanning a waterhole with an intense beam of light. At first, boy and dog could do nothing but stare. The spell was broken when Buster ran barking at the craft, which took off into the night, causing what amounted to a sonic boom.“It woke Myra up,” Torrey Briese said of the sound, adding that he, too, witnessed something unusual this past summer. It happened one night in July, when he was giving a neighbor a ride into town. Briese said he and the neighbor noticed a bluish light in the sky, which stopped when they stopped and moved when they began driving.

“We spent about a half-hour watching it,” Briese said, adding that at one point the object flew so fast it went several miles in a matter of seconds. Based on the description of the object his son saw in April, Briese links the two events, adding that he’s never been given to flights of fancy.“Evan and I are very skeptical,” Torrey Briese said. “We used to watch ‘The UFO Files’ on TV and laugh out loud.” Briese said he wouldn’t be surprised if people feel the same about his story, but he said the family doesn’t feel a need to prove anything and they’ve moved on. “We’re not out looking for aliens every night,” he said.Brice Barnick, the mayor of Tappen -- located off Interstate 94 between Bismarck and Jamestown -- said visits by UFOs are the talk of the town, though he himself is not quite on board. “I’m not saying it can’t happen. But I’d have to see it to believe it,” Barnick said. At the time of the April incident, the Brieses were put in touch with Richard Moss, a UFO investigator who happened to be in Tappen for a funeral.Moss, of Long Prairie, Minn., is the Minnesota representative of the Mutual UFO Network, an organization based in Colorado dedicated to the study of UFO phenomena. Moss, a former high school science teacher, said that in many years of investigating UFO reports, only a handful have impressed him as having the potential to be genuine. The Tappen incidents, he said, fall into the latter category.“There are a lot of people out there who are telling false stories. The credibility of the witness is a big thing,” Moss said. In the case of Evan Briese, Moss said it was interesting to view the boy’s demeanor before and after the hypnotic regression. Prior to hypnosis, “He (Briese) had a sort of unsure look on his face.

i belive in ufos/alians so i belive this story

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earthchick

I strongly agree with jsf about the hypnotism --proven to be the most unreliable and srurious way to collect UFO "evidence."

Not necessarily. It depends on who does the hypnosis. They are few and far between, but there are some hypnotists who are specially trained in regressing people who've had encounters of this sort. They understand the importance of not planting any hypnotic suggestions. Still......Betty Hill was quoted as saying that there were only two such hypnotists she'd have trusted to do so properly.

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IPB Image\Ken Korczak: A fantastic UFO event is currently unfolding near the small town of Tappen, North Dakota, which involves giant 9-foot aliens stealing a farmer’s pigs -- with one of the aliens being shot with a 22-caliber rifle by a 16-year-old farm boy. The story was featured on the front page of North Dakota’s largest and conservative newspaper, the Fargo Forum, on October 28. It’s being called one of the “most legitimate and credible” human-alien confrontation stories in decades, and the story is nothing else if fascinating and sensational. Here is what has been happening, as reported by the Fargo Forum:Evan Briese, 16, woke early on the morning of Sept. 16 and saw something big moving among a corral where a number of very large hogs were kept -- the hogs were basically family pets. Evan grabbed a gun, thinking it might be a coyote -- but what he saw in the corral shocked him to the bone! Evan Briese encountered two creatures standing 8 to 9 feet tall that were doing something to one of the hogs. He fired his .22-caliber rifle at one creature which emitted an unearthly scream. Another creature then grabbed the boy and threw him to the ground, causing him to black out. When Evan Briese awoke, he found that Ruthy, a 450-pound sow that had been ready to give birth, was gone.

The boy ran to the home of his older sister, Trista, a short distance from the house he shares with his parents.Trista Briese made a frantic phone call to her parents and it wasn’t long before they, and later the Kidder County sheriff, were on the scene. The sheriff, Doug Howard, then left but came back the next day. He ultimately came to no conclusions about what happened to the hog, Myra Briese said. Several days later, with the help of a hypnotist, Evan Briese remembered more details.Five entities had been in the corral. Two were in the process of dragging what appeared to be a dead hog when the boy interrupted them.As for the other incidents, one was in April when Evan and his cattle dog, Buster, were checking on cows during calving season, his parents said. Investigating a flashing glow, the pair walked over a hill and saw an object resting on the ground that appeared to be scanning a waterhole with an intense beam of light. At first, boy and dog could do nothing but stare. The spell was broken when Buster ran barking at the craft, which took off into the night, causing what amounted to a sonic boom.“It woke Myra up,” Torrey Briese said of the sound, adding that he, too, witnessed something unusual this past summer. It happened one night in July, when he was giving a neighbor a ride into town. Briese said he and the neighbor noticed a bluish light in the sky, which stopped when they stopped and moved when they began driving.

“We spent about a half-hour watching it,” Briese said, adding that at one point the object flew so fast it went several miles in a matter of seconds. Based on the description of the object his son saw in April, Briese links the two events, adding that he’s never been given to flights of fancy.“Evan and I are very skeptical,” Torrey Briese said. “We used to watch ‘The UFO Files’ on TV and laugh out loud.” Briese said he wouldn’t be surprised if people feel the same about his story, but he said the family doesn’t feel a need to prove anything and they’ve moved on. “We’re not out looking for aliens every night,” he said.Brice Barnick, the mayor of Tappen -- located off Interstate 94 between Bismarck and Jamestown -- said visits by UFOs are the talk of the town, though he himself is not quite on board. “I’m not saying it can’t happen. But I’d have to see it to believe it,” Barnick said. At the time of the April incident, the Brieses were put in touch with Richard Moss, a UFO investigator who happened to be in Tappen for a funeral.Moss, of Long Prairie, Minn., is the Minnesota representative of the Mutual UFO Network, an organization based in Colorado dedicated to the study of UFO phenomena. Moss, a former high school science teacher, said that in many years of investigating UFO reports, only a handful have impressed him as having the potential to be genuine. The Tappen incidents, he said, fall into the latter category.“There are a lot of people out there who are telling false stories. The credibility of the witness is a big thing,” Moss said. In the case of Evan Briese, Moss said it was interesting to view the boy’s demeanor before and after the hypnotic regression. Prior to hypnosis, “He (Briese) had a sort of unsure look on his face.

He was still really wondering what had happened. After the hypnotic regression, he knew. He was made to remember,” Moss said. Sheriff Howard was off duty Thursday and could not be reached for comment.John Lemieux, a Kidder County deputy, said he did not believe the incident in September resulted in a written report. Torrey Briese said strange things are still happening. A relative who farms in the Tappen area recently had a sheep die, and a veterinarian who examined the animal found no obvious reason for its death, Briese said. A cause of death wasn’t the only thing missing. Someone, Briese said, removed a single testicle from the animal. It was done with surgical precision, he added.

Ken will post regular updates of this ongoing story on his blog: http://www.ironghost.wordpress.com

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crazyhoarse

AYE, AND PIGS MIGHT FLY...?

No offence, but is this what us Scousers call a wind-up? 'FARGO FORUM' sounds suprisingly close to FARRAGO Forum, 'EVAN BRIESE' to 'HEAVEN BREEZE', and the lawman is the sheriff of... KIDDER County?

Then again, as Brice Barnick (BARN HICK?) the town mayor in the report might say, "sh** TAPPENS!", (which Tappens to be the name of the town, of course), and since the aliens only took ONE testicle from the dead sheep at least no one can accuse this account of being a LOAD of balls!

That said, if this is an authentic news report...whew!

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IronGhost

AYE, AND PIGS MIGHT FLY...?

No offence, but is this what us Scousers call a wind-up? 'FARGO FORUM' sounds suprisingly close to FARRAGO Forum, 'EVAN BRIESE' to 'HEAVEN BREEZE', and the lawman is the sheriff of... KIDDER County?

Then again, as Brice Barnick (BARN HICK?) the town mayor in the report might say, "sh** TAPPENS!", (which Tappens to be the name of the town, of course), and since the aliens only took ONE testicle from the dead sheep at least no one can accuse this account of being a LOAD of balls!

That said, if this is an authentic news report...whew!

Hey Crazy:

I have to say, you analysis is 100% brilliant! I like the way you think — and the way you look between the lines.

But, all the names are real — it’s easy to check out. For example, go here:

http://www.city-data.com/city/Tappen-North-Dakota.html

… and you’ll find the geographical info on the REAL Tappen, ND, which is in, yes, the REAL Kidder County. Also — all the people mentioned in the story are in the phone book.

Also, the Fargo Forum is a REAL newspaper — has been ND’s biggest newspaper for more than 100 years.

Still, I want to say, you make some amazing observations. You are a clever, clever person!

Edited by IronGhost

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Lt_Ripley

was this teen home alone? no one came out when he shot his 22 ? what about buster barking ? no dna proof of the alien being shot? no body fluids of any kind?

from the 'unearthly scream ' we are led to believe the thing got hit.

the noise woke a 16 yr old up but not his parents. Anyone have a 16 yr old? you can pelt them with rocks and they would roll over. they can sleep listening to Metallica on headphones.

it picked him up and threw him down? never heard that one before as a way of subduction.

I'd be more apt to believe the teen , home alone , and maybe some friends tied a few on , tried to ride the pig , got thrown to the ground , took a shot at the pig and lost her as she ran to the woods ( look at all the wild hogs in georgia) or they accidently killed it and are trying to cover thier tracks.

remember , no one can be hypnotized that doesn't want to be. and he'd have good reason not too.

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crouton

What I find odd is that he lived with his parents, yet after the incident, he ran to his sister's house, which, apparently, wasn't far away. But then his sister called their parents. If the houses were so close together, why didn't they both go to back to their parents' house, instead of phoning? And why run to his sister's house in the first place?

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cooploops

Yep, odd isn't it, not to mention if you go to his blog you’ll find that he’s linking back to another paranormal website that has a short story he’s written done in installments, whether or not its fiction I don’t know as I did not bother to read it beyond the first couple of sentences.

I first stumbled on this story from a link on coast to coast's site about up and coming interviews, in this case Linda multon Howe, i.e. the "give me money for access to google-able data because I care SO much about the field" 'researcher', his encounter is going to be a topic of discussion.

I suspect that his April 18, 2006 "encounter", which had no bogeymen and ripped t-shirts, didn’t generate enough interest so he stepped up the sensationalism with this latest 'sighting'

Anyone care to take a bet we'll soon see this man plugging a up and coming book on coasttocoast in the very near future?

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What I find odd is that he lived with his parents, yet after the incident, he ran to his sister's house, which, apparently, wasn't far away. But then his sister called their parents. If the houses were so close together, why didn't they both go to back to their parents' house, instead of phoning? And why run to his sister's house in the first place?

maybe you don't understand. when you live in the backwoods

on a farm you don't tell your parents any thing, because

they will not believe you. That is why he ran to tell his

sister first. Trust me on this one...

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i belive in ufos/alians so i belive this story

Just because you beleive in aliens does not mean you

have to beleive every story that is trust down your

throat. For example i beleive in aliens and this story

but i find the "Roswell Crash" to be highly fiction.

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