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Some alien abductees have reported having very 'close' encounters indeed

By T.K. Randall
May 15, 2024 · Comment icon 46 comments

Some abductees have been forced to 'mate' with their captors. Image Credit: Pixabay / KarstenBergmann
Being abducted by aliens can certainly be terrifying - but for some, it can also be a very intimate experience.
Most abduction stories tend to follow a similar narrative, with the abductee being brought aboard an extraterrestrial vessel and subjected to various procedures and tests; but there also exists a much more unusual and controversial type of abduction experience that barely ever gets mentioned - those in which the abductee is forced to 'mate' with some sort of alien entity.

In 1957, for example, Antonio Villas Boas - a farmer from Brazil - reported that he had been 'hauled' aboard an alien vessel and experimented on - something typical to most abduction experiences.

Things took a rather strange turn, however, when he was introduced to a strangely attractive female alien with platinum blonde hair who promptly seduced and slept with him.

"Some of the growls that came from her at certain times nearly spoiled everything, as they gave the disagreeable impression of lying with an animal," he recalled.

Afterward, he was dismissed, as though no longer needed having served his purpose.

Boas remained adamant for the rest of his life that his story was true.
Another similar, though much more terrifying, case occurred in 1973 when Gabriella Versacci, whose car inexplicably went dead one evening in Somerset, England, was accosted by some sort of robotic entity and lost consciousness.

When she awoke, she was strapped to a table inside a strange circular room.

Things went from bad to worse when a peculiar male humanoid - reportedly devoid of all emotion - suddenly appeared and proceeded to rape her.

She later took a pregnancy test but it came back negative.

According to author Nigel Watson, experiences such as these might stem from our own subconscious.

"Either the aliens have been conducting their beastly experiments for millennia, or such stories meet deep-seated socio-psychological needs," he told Mail Online.

"Until any solid medical evidence is obtained or any hybrid children turn-up, the latter hypothesis seems more likely."

Source: Mail Online | Comments (46)




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Comment icon #37 Posted by mw.decavia 1 month ago
In that case, it should be easy for anyone here to post a bunch of urls to pictures of naturally blond Lahu. I tried google, but google only found me ordinary black haired Lahu.   My impression of Peter Khoury's encounter is that if true it might not a case of aliens coming here to reproduce. That perhaps the blond woman was a sort of alien-made "meat puppet", a machine covered in human flesh, like a terminator. Come to get dna samples.
Comment icon #38 Posted by the13bats 1 month ago
Why do I feel like you jumped to make this reply without actually reading other replies in your thread, Here is an expert explaining part of your questions.....   You mistakenly think the burden in on me to figure out where this story teller found a piece of dubious evidence to support his claims which to me is the crowning shot himself in the foot and blew his story point, The hair he climbed had to be alien from an alien trying to seduce him is 100% human, rare or common is completely illrelavent the hair is human end of entire claims it claim from an alien, That's if he even did get lucky ... [More]
Comment icon #39 Posted by Antigonos 1 month ago
Going by your posts, at best that’s a disingenuous statement. At worst a completely delusional one. Scientific reality makes complete dust of all your fantasy beliefs. Hopefully one day you actually will begin to embrace scientific reality because it is indeed much more interesting than make believe, which appears to be your own personal form of faith. But it’s extremely unlikely at this point. You’re so far deep down the rabbit hole you’re almost in China.
Comment icon #40 Posted by papageorge1 1 month ago
I never go against science. But science doesn’t know everything yet. Speculation in the face of challenging evidence is part of science.
Comment icon #41 Posted by Piney 1 month ago
First off a DNA test at that time wouldn't even determine specifically Lahu. It would just determine Burmese or Karen. Like the way my DNA just shows I'm Algonquian and not specifically Lenape. Second sending a "meat puppet" to **** a human for DNA samples is dumb in every way from a scientific and medical perspective. Especially when all they have to do is steal his toothbrush. Any alien scientist would be afraid of disease or contamination.  
Comment icon #42 Posted by the13bats 1 month ago
The DNA lab must have published reposted for peer review, decavia, please post those reports. Please read this carefully, it's not opinion it's expert stating facts,   And here is my facts mixed with supported opinions, The fact that you can't find a true blonde lahu means zero, in fact the only reason you are saying blonde is because khoury said blonde or clear, which could be common grey hair. With such vivid details of the encounter he leaves out details that he was so badly hurt at work he was home in bed on pain killers and comes up with this tale..... Khoury made claims that this "blond... [More]
Comment icon #43 Posted by astrobeing 1 month ago
Unfortunately the "evidence" we have at this point are blurry photos and anecdotes unsupported by physical evidence. Also much of the evidence that UFOlogists cite have perfectly nonextraterrestrial explanations.
Comment icon #44 Posted by mw.decavia 1 month ago
To Piney, the13bats if you wish to submit Piney's opinion regarding blond Lahu, based soley on an asserted claim of Piney's expertise in the field of genetics - then you must also provide Piney's personally identifiable credentials and background, all correctly verified (of course).   But if that evidence of Piney's expertise is not provided, then Piney's opinion would be the same as every other opinion expressed here.   Which is to say, I tried to do my due diligence by trying to find pictures of blond Lahu. Google failed in that task. Therefore I consider Piney's claim of there being many ... [More]
Comment icon #45 Posted by Montello 26 days ago
travis walton case
Comment icon #46 Posted by the13bats 26 days ago
Oh yeah, a hoax cash grab, travis cash grab confession duped the duper  


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