(ORDO NEWS) — Is it possible that at least some of the alien encounters involved not aliens, but robots? Let’s not dismiss such a controversial scenario. Indeed, there is some data that suggests that we should look in this direction.
With that said, let’s look at a few cases that fall into the “robots, not aliens” category. Let’s start with an incident that is as legendary today as it was in 1952 when this strange saga took place. On the night of September 12, 1952, something terrifying struck the small West Virginia town of Flatwoods.
What exactly it was remains a mystery to this day. All that can be said for certain is that it was disgusting, fearsome, and downright monstrous.
Accordingly, he became known as the Flatwoods monster. Located in Braxton County and surrounded by mountainous, wooded countryside, Flatwoods is a very small town, as evidenced by the fact that today its population is less than four hundred people.
In 1952 it was even smaller. However, that evening, the population of the town was briefly replenished by one visitor from… well … who knows where.
It all started as the sun was setting on a warm, quiet September evening. A group of Flatwoods boys were playing football in the town’s schoolyard when they froze in place at the sight of a brightly lit fiery object that swept overhead, causing astonishment and amazement. All the boys could be sure of was that the object was ovoid or round.
Its color ranged from orange to fiery red. As the stunned children watched in awe, they saw the object begin to descend – and at high speed, no less – and land on one of the largest peaks of Flatwood. It’s no wonder that, as children, they took it as a big adventure.
As a result, they, along with a woman named Kathleen May and a recent US Army recruit, Eugene Lemon, went to the scene.
The group soon reached the hill on which the hill was located, and dusk fell. The first thing the group noticed when they reached the dark peak was something brightly lit among the trees. What it was, no one knew. But it certainly wasn’t the lights of a farmhouse, a truck, or a car.
Suddenly, the air was filled with a sickening smell, not like the devil’s brimstone. This was not a good sign. However, to their credit, they went further, determined to find out the true nature of the light source.
They soon figured it out: as the air filled with a strange hissing sound, they could see a pair of self-luminous red eyes getting closer and closer.
Kathleen May was smart enough to bring a flashlight with her, and she quickly pointed it at her eyes. At the same time, she also illuminated the disgusting creature that possessed these fiery eyes.
In front of the hysterical group of fearless souls stood a floating monster about ten feet high, apparently of humanoid form, with a large black cap behind its head that gave the whole head the appearance of an “ace of spades”, and may even have been disguised.
Strangely, its lower half was shaped like an ice cream cone, from which wires and cables came. This question about the cone-shaped bottom led flying saucer trackers to speculate that the monster was actually trapped inside some kind of remotely piloted vehicle.
When the creature turned its attention to the group and fired laser beams wildly from its eyes, the brave group suddenly ceased to be brave. They didn’t wait to see what would happen next. One by one they all ran, screaming, perhaps for their lives.
Mrs. May, panting, called out to the boys to follow her into her house, which they all did. Upon arrival, perhaps as a result of exposure to a noxious odor that hovered around the hill, several of the boys became ill, nauseous and even vomited.
Kathleen May quickly and hesitantly called the local police, who, intriguingly, were busy responding to reports of what was described as a “plane crash” in the area.
It turned out that no crashed plane was ever found – suggesting that the “plane” and the brightly lit UFO that descended that night on a high hill were one and the same. Since Flatwoods was and remains a very small town, the incident soon became known. Local media quickly arrived on the scene, and even the US Air Force paid attention to what had happened.
Despite intensive investigation by the press and the military, the mystery of the Flatwood Monster has never been solved – by the time other people appeared on the scene, the creature had long since disappeared.
However, it is interesting to note that Flatwoods is only 125 miles from Point Pleasant, West Virginia, where another red-eyed monster was seen in 1966-1967. His known name is Mothman, more on that later.
Now let’s move on to the controversial issue of the late Flip Corso, who claimed that the “aliens” discovered in Roswell, New Mexico, in 1947, were actually a form of robot.
In July 1997, one of the most controversial books on the topic of UFOs was published. Its title is “The Day After Roswell”. Its author is Philip J. Corso. Ghostwriter: Bill Byrnes of the television show UFO Hunters.
Simon & Schuster, publisher of the book, provided the following blurb: “A gripping revelation that reads like a thriller, The Day After Roswell is a stunning account of what happened in Roswell, New Mexico, so many years ago, and how the consequences of this mysterious crash of an unidentified aircraft are still relevant today.
A former member of President Eisenhower’s National Security Council and Foreign Technology Officer in the US Army, Colonel Philip J. Corso was assigned to work at the site of a bizarre 1947 Roswell plane crash. Little did he know that his work there would forever change his life and the course of history.
Not only that, Corso claimed to have seen the bodies of the dwarf, black-eyed creatures from the Roswell crash and claimed that they were not aliens per se, but biological robots created by an alien race that we, the human race, have never seen before. And not only that: the same race of robots were time travelers.
Some of this data, especially the robotic part, was similar to that of a man named Nigel Kerner, author of Song of the Grays and Gray Aliens and Soul Harvesting – “Greys” is a popular term in UFO research for “aliens”. “. As for the annotation to the book “Gray Aliens and the Gathering of Souls”, it reads as follows:
“In 1997, Nigel Kerner first introduced the idea of aliens known as the Grays coming to Earth, explaining that the Grays are complex biological robots created by an extraterrestrial civilization that they have long since become obsolete.”
Now let’s move on to one of the most famous cases of alien abduction. The night of October 10, 1973, Calvin Parker and Charles Hickson will not be forgotten. And it all started in a completely normal, calm way.
Forty-two-year-old Hickson and nineteen-year-old Parker worked together and often spent time fishing on the Pascagoula River in Mississippi. It was about nine o’clock in the evening of a dark and fateful night when their world collapsed around them. For a while the fish were biting.
However, very little time passed, and two men were on the hook. “Gotcha” would probably be a better terminology.
Sitting on the bank of the river, both could not help but notice that in the distance a strange blue flickering light was visible – strange in the sense that it seemed to repeat the outline of the river, but was slightly higher than it. Both Hickson and Parker stared at him, trying to figure out what it was.
The earth, quite possibly, had nothing to do with it. They wondered: a helicopter? But there was no noise. Airplane? Too low and slow. Who’s joke? If.
As the strange thing approached, both men quickly realized it was like nothing they had ever seen before. It was a rather small ship, oval in shape, illuminated – almost luminous. They were suddenly engulfed in a vomiting-inducing rumble.
Everything seemed strange, unreal, like a dream, when the couple tried to crawl to the side. This failed: in a few seconds, Parker and Hickson were practically unable to move. Suddenly the ship came very close dangerously close and a doorway opened.
Both men watched in horror as the three bizarre creatures levitated in the doorway and hovered in the air for a few seconds, staring directly at the two frightened fishermen.
Everything went from bad to worse: the creatures, which were mostly humanoid, had strange faces that resembled tight-fitting masks, and three feather-like protrusions protruded from their heads.
As for their hands, they were like the hands of a crab; Hickson would later correct this by calling them “lobster-like”. Not only that: the “creatures” looked somewhat “robot-like”.
Perhaps that is exactly what they were. In light of all of the above, perhaps we should take a closer look at the alien/robot controversy. Perhaps we will discover something incredible: that our “aliens” are not quite what we imagine them to be.
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