Missing time and six foot tall blond, male humanoids

Location. Springfield Missouri

Date: March 1982 Time: night

A local woman experienced four hours of missing time and wanted to remember what had happened. In a hypnosis session with John Carpenter, she recalled that six foot tall blond, male humanoids examined her body as if focused on a particular objective she did not understand.

The Missouri woman recalled that at the point where she was supposed to turn south in her car, she didn’t. she felt as if the car was being pulled by a force faster and faster toward a light at tree-level above and head of her. No engine sound, no bumps, felt like the car was floating. Then she is in a clearing in the woods with a disc-shaped object (silver) that has three legs underneath, a light shining toward the ground and steps that fold down. She is drawn into the craft and through several rooms to a larger room with a platform like padded white-silver chrome that molds to the body. She “knows” to lay down. Sees half a dozen men about six feet one or two inches tall, good build, long blond hair, high cheekbones, blue eyes. They wore tight-fitting brown jumpsuits with matching shoes and belt. Pale yellow stole draped over one shoulder. Winged emblem on the chest. Circle with “hawk-eagle” head in center and wings on each side.

The men were pleasant, caring and said they were her friends. Told her they were doing to do some tests, but they won’t hurt. The witness feels slight stinging in the breast area, some type of injection on each side in armpit area. They want to see how Earth women feed their babies and how they “are shaped.” They then helped her off the able (did not talk, could read their thoughts.) They said she might see them again some time. The witness walked to door, down steps. All of a sudden, she was back in her car. Turned and saw the door closing on the craft and legs going in as it took off with a whistling, whiny sound. Shot off the ground and it was gone.

HC addition # 1362

Source: Linda Moulton Howe

Glimpses of Other Realities, Volume I pp. 287-288

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