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Probably the most notable story of this type occurred on August 19, 1970 to six kids playing in a heavily forested area. They later claimed they saw a UFO less than a meter across, from which five very humanoid aliens filed out. The main visible difference between them and a human being was that they were about eight centimeters (three inches) tall. Four wore blue outfits while one was in yellow with a spiked helmet, who the children interpreted as being the leader. They went to a tree and were attempting to install some sort of “aerial device” in it when one of the kids, identified only as K. Wignerswaran, attempted one of the few alleged civilian abductions of aliens. Unfortunately for him, it turned out that the aliens all possessed ray guns and began shooting at him and his schoolmates, driving them away and inflicting an insignificant wound to Wignerswaran’s thigh.
On January 27, 1977, 19-year-old Lee Parish was driving home when he claimed his car was lifted into the air by a beam of light. Under hypnosis, Parish later described being taken before three strange objects that looked so unlike any known life that he could only guess that they were sentient. One was a large, black, 20-foot-tall rectangle, with a jointless robotic arm extending from it. There was also a red rectangular prism with a similar arm, and a motionless white prism about two meters (six feet) in height. Somehow, the white one gave the impression that it was the leader. The red prism approached him and extended the robot arm, with Parish getting the sense that it was afraid of him. Nevertheless, when it touched him, it gave him a sensation of coldness and pain.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: OrionsGem
I suppose that's a possibility considering our lack of knowledge regarding alien environments, remember through those lizards evolved on Earth. My thinking is that any humanoids of such proportions most lightly evolved on a world of much smaller size. Hence arrival in our Earth's gravity would be rather like us attempting to colonise a world of significant greater mass than our earth meaning gravity is going to be an issue. But hey they are after all Aliens, probably mastered anti gravity sometime ago.
originally posted by: continuousThunder
a reply to: OrionsGem
A: that reminds me of my biggest problem on ats; i'll hear about some incredible case in a documentary, and we'll go "heck yes, Secrets will be all over this, let's log in and check it out" and there -will- be a thread, but it will be eight years old and it will have stopped in mid-flow and you can't just rez dead threads like that ;\
happens so often it's not funny.
so it is good to see people fighting that tendency! we don't have anything new to add on these cases yet [yay for having to work all day] but we will get there!