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Alien Abduction Claims in Yorkshire
On the back of his head, neck and shoulders were mysterious burns which attracted lots of attention.
James Turnbull, the coroner who dealt with Zigmund’s death, says it’s the biggest mystery of his career.
The coroner was baffled because although Zigmund had been missing for five days, he only had one day’s growth of beard.
He says, "The question of where he was before he died and what led to his death just could not be answered."
James also said a strange ointment that appeared to have been used on Zigmund’s burns could not be identified by forensic scientists.
Exhaustive checks failed to reveal any record of Zigmund having been treated at any hospital during his missing five days.
It was at this point that questions began occurring, regarding the origin of this inexplicable ointment and who applied it to Zigmund.
It was not just the usual investigators, the police and coroners, who were attracted to this case.
One of the most famous UFOlogists of all time, also called Adamski offered his own amazing theories on the tragedy.
He believed aliens from outer space abducted the Yorkshire miner by mistake.
Originally posted by longhaircowboy
Right on ZT. Now ya got me lookin through my (original)copy of her book The UFO Conspiracy-The First Forty Years even though this kinda sidetracks my own current investigation(I'll give ya a hint-Roswell,Oak Island, Dropa).
The copyright is 1987 so maybe there's something there.
The Randles piece was impressive as usual.
Originally posted by lost_shaman
I had read about this case before that also mentioned George Adamski and didn't even realize then he had been deceased for 15 years.
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The Policeman and the Aliens
A few months after finding Zygmund Adamski’s body, on the night of 28th November 1980, Alan was in the patrol car in Todmorden, looking for some cows that had gone missing from a farmer’s field. Unable to locate them, he was about to return to the station when, through the rain, he saw a bright light in the road ahead of him. It was about 5am and he thought it might be a local, early morning bus. As he neared, though, he saw that it was a large, oval object that was spinning above the road so rapidly that it was making the bushes at the verge shake violently. He stopped the car and took out his notepad and sketched the object. Then there was a brilliant flash. The UFO had gone and he found himself driving the car, further up the road.
He turned around and headed back to where he had seen the UFO, but found nothing, save for a patch of road that appeared to have been dried into a spiral pattern. It was later learned that he had ‘lost’ about fifteen minutes during that time.
Fearful of making an official report and being classified as a loony, Alan changed his mind when he discovered that somebody else had seen something strange that night. A driver on the same road as Alan, at roughly the same time, but three miles further along, had seen a brilliant white object and had been so affected by it that he had called the police in Todmorden. Also at roughly the same time, police officers from Halifax had seen a bright, glowing object descending from the sky towards Todmorden.
Buoyed by these matching statements, Alan filed his official report. He was surprised when the police released his story to the local papers the following week!
Originally posted by longhaircowboy
Care to try Mcminneville?
...They were investigated and left unresolved by the Condon Report.
My unpublished 1969 paper on this "classic" case (often referred to but never before available) caused the Condon report's chief investigator of that case to reconsider his conclusion.
In light of the above, it is clear that the witnesses’ story of supposedly photographing a UFO cannot be accepted at face value.