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One of the most interesting cases on record. Quite possibly my all time favourite even though I'm in the hallucination camp.
originally posted by: Bybyots
a reply to: mirageman
Just seems to me that if Bob had brought the same story home 40 years previously it would have been the "Fariy Folk", especially with the cornstarch, what with the Fairy Queen and grain mills and folklore and all.
Bob was like a modern Tam o' Shanter.
Thanks again for posting, I'd have otherwise never known the story.
Great post, Mirageman. One of the most interesting cases on record. Quite possibly my all time favourite even though I'm in the hallucination camp.
.....Floating within this 'mist' were 'cocoons' made of 'fibrous' material each of which held a small 'being'. Panic now set in and as these 'cocoons' reached the car, Mary (the driver) sped away as fast as possible. As they left the scene they observed a 'gigantic blue flash' of light in the fields behind them....
There is an episode of us TV series based on blue book in the 70s that is based on "real cases". One episode involves aliens repeatedly visiting a man and bringing him baked goods using the water he gave them.