Thursday, May 08, 2014

Woman Plagued by UFO Abductions

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Woman Plagued by UFO Abductions

Woman tells of her life plagued by UFO abductions
including encounter in Cardiff

By Alicia Melville-Smith

Hilary Porter claims to have been abducted by aliens more times than she can count, including once while travelling near Cardiff

     Hilary Porter claims she was first abducted by aliens aged five and her life has been plagued by their visits ever since.

The 67-year-old says she has been visited by creatures from other worlds more times than she can count including once when near Cardiff.

"I have been an alien abductee all my life," Hilary said.

"I didn't choose this life. I didn't ask for any of this, but it has been happening for as long as I can remember." . . .

. . . The first close encounter she recalls came when she was five and playing in the long grass in a field behind her home.

She told the Mirror: "Suddenly there was a reptilian alien in front of me. It had scaly skin, black holes on the nose and a little mouth.

"It wasn't very tall - maybe 5ft, but very strong. It grabbed my arms and pulled me towards a disc in a depression in the field. It dragged me underneath into a lift and the door slid closed.

"The next thing I knew I was in a room with consoles and coloured lights and little figures moving around."

Hilary, who once worked for the Ministry of Defence, is sure she was abducted while driving near Cardiff in the 1970s and again by a hexagonal spacecraft while hanging out bunting at a charity event.

She claims an alien broke into a top-secret laboratory at a local Marconi plant while she worked there in the 1974. . . .


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