posted on Oct, 27 2009 @ 10:34 PM
All we hear nowadays from those alleging alien contact/abductions is of one kind of alien, the greys as exemplified by Whitley Strieber on the cover
of his book "COMMUNION." Lesser popular but still mentioned by just a few are the reptilians.
But back in the '50s when aliens became part of the flying saucer folklore, aliens were neither grey with large, black, slanted eyes, nor reptilians.
Actually, they sounded like your next-door neighbor if he was good looking! Below are 3 of the early cases of alien interaction with each episode's
alien changing radically.
Whatever happened to these aliens? How come those reporting alien contact/abduction are sticking to the Strieber type?
George Adamski - November 20, 1952 - Orthon was from planet Venus, he was dressed in a brown overalls-jumpsuit, he was 5'6", his hair reached his
shoulders, he looked Nordic.
Antonio Villas Boas - October 16, 1957 - Boas described these creatures in great detail: "a small figure (it only reached to my shoulder) in strange
clothes ... All...of them wore a very tight-fitting siren-suit, made of soft, thick, unevenly striped gray material. This garment reached right up to
their necks where it was joined to a kind of helmet made of a grey material that looked stiffer and was strengthened back at nose level. Their helmets
hide everything except their eyes, which were protected by two round glasses, like the lenses in ordinary glasses. Through them, the men looked at me,
and their eyes seemed to be much smaller than ours, though I believe that may have been the effect of the lenses. All of them had light-colored eyes
that looked blue to me, but this I cannot vouch for. Above their eyes, those helmets looked so tall that they corresponded to what the double of the
size of a normal head should be. Probably there was something else hidden under those helmets, placed on top of their heads, but nothing could be seen
from the outside.
Charles Hickson & Calvin Parker - On October 10, 1973 - Parker and Hickson would later describe the beings as "about five feet tall, had
bullet-shaped heads without necks, slits for mouths, and where their noses or ears would be, they had thin, conical objects sticking out, like carrots
from a snowman's head. They had no eyes, grey, wrinkled skin, round feet, and claw-like hands."