Here's another good case. The Ilkey Moor incident with Phillip Spencer.
One of the most unique accounts of alien abduction comes to us from the Ilkley Moor in Yorkshire, England. The witness and subject of this case is a
former policeman named Philip Spencer. Spencer claims that in the early morning of December 1, 1987, he was taken aboard an unidentified flying craft,
and after his release managed to snap a picture of one of the alien beings.
It goes on to say:
The alien picture was first looked at by a wildlife photography expert. The object in the image was not an animal of any known kind. It could not be
determined either way if the figure was animate or static. A reconstruction of the original site did establish the alien's height at or near 4 and
one half feet. The photograph was next sent to Kodak laboratories in Hemel, Hempstead. An analysis showed that the object was indeed part of the
original photo, and not superimposed. This conclusion did not, of course, determine what the creature was.
Next, the picture was sent to the United States for computer enhancement and analysis. Dr. Bruce Maccabee, optical physicist with the United States
Navy rendered his expert opinion;
He stated that the slow film speed used for the low light conditions made the film too grainy for proper testing. "I had great hopes that this case
would prove definitive. Sadly circumstances prevent it from being so," Maccabee stated.
The witness of a UFO/alien event is as important as the report itself. The case of Ilkley Moor rides high on the character of Spencer. Through the
years, Spencer and Hough became good friends, and still see each other from time to time. There has been no change in Spencer's account of what he
saw that day.
He has sought no money from the case, and signed over all copyright privileges to Hough in early 1988. Spencer desires no fame from his account.
Another site describes Spencer this way:
But with Spencer being a well respected man, and not given to making up stories, it can be said with certainty that Spencer lost about an hour in the
moor, saw an unknown flying object of some type, and took a photograph of some unknown creature on December 1, 1987.
He also made no money or wanted any fame from the incident and he signed everything over to investigators.
You can see the picture he took of the being at either of the links.