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A former police officer in the UK, Alan Godfrey, went on a hike in Ilkley Moor intending to go to the town of
Ilkley to take photos of his visit. He surprized a small humanoid which ran away, then turned and raised
it's right arm, then continued off into some rock formations. The officer followed and saw a metallic disk.
In a fraction of a second it rose and disappeared into the clouds. (The photo was examined by Kodak which
declared it had not been tapered with.)
Soon the officer realized he was "missing" two hours. He also noticed his compass' polarity had
reversed, so that it now pointed South. The compass was examined by the University of Manchester's
Institute of Science and Technology who said the only kind of magnet strong enough to cause a reversal
like that was a Japanese model which was comercially unavailable
at the time, or some kind of rapidly applied or "pulsed" magnetic field generated by electricity.
Besides the missing two hour problem, Godfrey started having dreams of a starry sky and underwent
hypnotic regression. He told of coming upon the sliver craft during his hike and being taken inside where
he was painlessly scanned by an illuminated device. He described his captors as being about 4 feet tall and
having rough, greenish skin, large pointed ears, large black eyes, and hands with three big fingers "like
sausages". After the exam, Godfrey was shown harrowing images of Earth's environmental destruction
and another film which he said he swore he would not discuss. . He was then taken back to the place in
the moor where he had last been and speculated he took the photo of the alien as it left him, when it
turned around to wave goodbye.
Originally posted by ken10
I am saying this,
If the Alan Godfrey in the OP is the same Alan Godfrey involved in that famous credible case i was referring to, Then that means Alan Godfrey has had TWO separate Abduction incidents............Yes ?
And if that is the case i would say it discredits him and i would call BS on the whole Alan Godfrey Saga.....Imo ......Which is why i asked for confirmation if the OP was real.
Does that make my view a little clearer ?
Originally posted by ken10
reply to post by Sam60
That clears that up
This strange case would occur in Todmorden, West Yorkshire on November 28, 1980. Godfrey was patrolling on the night shift, and shortly before dawn, he was searching for some cattle that had been reported missing. The livestock would ultimately be found later that morning, displaced to a field soaked by rain, without a hint of how they got there.
Earlier, Godfrey had given up his search for the cattle, and was ready to sign off duty, and head back to the station, when he noticed something a couple of miles ahead of him. It was something large... maybe a bus. He was used to seeing a bus that transported workers each morning about 5:00 AM, and thought that was what he was seeing. As he neared the bus, he was shocked to see an oval-shaped object. The strange object was rotating and hovering so low to the ground, that the bushes on the side of the highway were being blown around from the force of the rotation.
Godfrey kept a sketch pad in his vehicle to document details of car accidents, and/or other incidents, and he stopped his car, and was preparing to make a drawing of this unusual object before him. Then he saw a burst of light... his next conscious memory was of driving his car again, further down the road.
He looked back to the spot where he had seen the UFO, and noticed that although the road was rain soaked from an earlier, heavy shower, there was a round, dry spot on the road, right below where the craft had been. He continued to the station, and after arriving, he began to realize that it was later than it should have been... he had lost about 15 minutes of time.
Godfrey was unable to recall any additional details of his experience at that time, other than some vague memories of seeing himself outside of his vehicle while the UFO hovered nearby. There was also physical trace evidence of his encounter: his police boots had split marks on the sole, as if they had caught on something. Speculation was that he was dragged into the craft in a hypnotic state.
Another interesting aspect of Godfrey's sighting was his admission of having a time lapse when he was young, but abduction researchers pointed out that this is commonly reported among abductees. Some eight months after the sighting, Godfrey did begin a series of regressive hypnosis sessions. At least some of these sessions were captured on video.
The hypnosis sessions revealed strange, yet remarkable evidence. He recalled that during the sighting of the UFO, the engine of his vehicle went dead, and his vehicular radio, and his handset were inoperative. He lost consciousness when the bright light overwhelmed him. His next memory was of being in a room similar to a normal house. In this room was a large black dog. A man with a heavy beard communicated with him telepathically. The man's name was "Yosef."
A number of small, robotic creatures accompanied and assisted the bearded man. Godrey stated that they were "the size of a five-year-old lad," with "a head shaped like a lamp". He was told that there would be another encounter at a later time. Godfrey also conveyed various enigmatic "dream" sequences, disjointed and without purpose. Even under regression, he could not recall being subjected to any of the usual abduction horrors, like invasive physical tests.