UFO hunter describes childhood encounter with a 'lizard-like alien'
By T.K. Randall
October 4, 2022 · 10 comments
What did Ben encounter in the woods that day ? Image Credit: Pixabay / jplenio
Ben Walgate has spoken out about a childhood experience that developed into a life-long passion for UFOs.
The 35-year-old, who is now an avid UFO investigator who has visited locations across the UK in search of evidence of extraterrestrial visitation, was inspired to pursue his passion for the subject following an experience he had as a young child.
The encounter happened in North Yorkshire when, while returning from a Cub Scout camping trip, the minibus had stopped for a short time to let everyone get off and stretch their legs.
Upon disembarking, Walgate wandered around for a time before making his way into some nearby woods where he spotted a derelict building nestled among the trees.
Curious to see what was inside, he ventured over for a closer look.
What he saw there was beyond explanation - a gangled green 'alien' creature approximately 6ft tall with oversized limbs and a disproportionately tiny head.
"This thing was out of the ordinary, it looked at me I looked at this thing," he told The Mirror
. "It was definitely not of this Earth. It was such a weird vibe. Its head in proportion to its body was tiny."
"It's not like the stereotypical alien with the grey skin and the big black eyes. This thing was more lizard. I'm not saying it had scales, it wasn't snake-like."
"It was just other-worldly, it shouldn't have been walking on two feet."
In later years, he attempted to locate the precise spot where he had seen the creature, but was never able to pinpoint exactly where it was.
He has since undertaken numerous expeditions to local UFO hotspots, such as the North Yorkshire Moors, in the hope of finding something that might help to explain what he saw that day.
"If there are intelligent beings out there, and I'm not saying there are, but it's highly likely there are, if they were coming here for some reconnaissance or research, it wouldn't be difficult in a place like the North Yorkshire Moors to stay hidden," he said.
Source: Hull Daily Mail
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