posted on Aug, 18 2016 @ 03:06 PM
Here are a few of mine, in roughly chronological order.
Age 7. Outside poking around at the spiny husks of chestnuts in the front yard. My mother was with me. The whole place is suddenly lit up with red
light. I look up and there's a red sphere, about 30 ft diameter maybe, with a small black ring around it floating about 10 ft off the ground. It was
about 50 ft away. Don't remember being "taken on board" or anything but I do recall waking up in a bright white space - no discernible walls or
windows or light sources. There were three figures in loose blue, scrub-like suits on, with skullcaps and face masks huddled at my feet. The one in
the middle looks up at me and then I feel something jab into the bottom of my foot and I pass out.
Afterwards, there were brown, scummy bubbles falling from the sky. They left a greasy residue on the grass. My mother only remembers seeing some
lights or orbs darting about and me pointing up at the red sphere.
Age 10. Wide awake on the top bunk bed. Had been just put to bed, when a critter with a wide head, big round eyes, snubby nose and wide grin floats
into the room through the closed second floor window. He had a greasy comb-over and appeared to be wearing a black suit. Side-note: My younger sister
slept on the bottom bunk and was getting random nosebleeds quite often at this time. She accused me of trying to scare her by gently stroking her arm
or hair in the middle of the night. She woke up one night and saw the classic grey with its face and hands "smushed" against the glass of the second
story window in our bedroom. We both observed orbs flying into our room on multiple nights.
Age 13. Spent the night at a friend's house. Woke up in the middle of the night extremely thirsty. Entered the living room to get to the kitchen and
could sense something "off". I stand there tuning into the feeling and I start to see something moving incredibly fast throughout the living room. So
fast as to be nearly invisible. As I stand there taking it all in, I begin to realize that there are at least three grey-type beings darting about the
room. They were picking up random items and looking at them. They would only spend a millisecond looking at the object and they would look at it by
holding right up to their face.
As my fear mounted, one of the greys sat on the couch and began emitting a low-pitched tone from its mouth which was a perfect black circle. I picked
up a baseball bat by the couch and started to swing at its head. Its neck grew extremely long and dodged all the swings. I don't remember what
happened after that. I can say that these particular greys looked fake. They had no joints in their arms - they were all bendy like tentacles. They
looked like they were made of plastic. If I had a crystal clear photo of one of them, people would claim that they were fake.
My whole family would see people walking up to our door from the kitchen window and expect someone to knock only to find no one was there. We all also
heard footsteps going up the stairs and down the hallway to one of our bedrooms. I had weird phone calls as well. These would only happen when I was
home alone. The phone would ring, I'd pick up and there'd be what sounded like some electronically garbled foreign language being spoken in a
continuous stream. The phone would start ringing as soon I set it in the cradle and would not stop, forcing me to unplug the phone until my parents
came home. That was probably the freakiest thing that happened to me actually. Thinking about those nights alone with those weird phone calls still
kinda creeps me out.
I saw a blue dog in my bedroom too, but that's not really "humanoid".