If we are to believe these testimonials by U.S. and U.K. military personnel in this article from Montreal’s La Metropole (French) then we have a case of the Aliens and they’ve been around since the 40s. They like to disable missile silos. This is a good thing, no? I wonder if Russian military folk have had similar ‘encounters’ and believe in the presence of such phenomena? All I know is that something has disabled my hydro meter so that it doesn’t register my electrical usage, and I’m very appreciative. A Russian friend suggested it was ants that got in and gummed up the works. Another friend told me that for a while cockroaches were living in his meter and took him off the grid. Could Aliens just be some kind of helpful insect that drive around in flying saucers?
More like a backdate. On a Summer’s night in 1961 or 62 I was sitting outside with my parents and their friends. They were having cocktails and chatting and I had just arrived by bus from Montreal and was not part of the conversation. I was sitting facing the Northern sky when I spotted a very bright light that seemed to hover for the longest time. It was not on a plane with the planets or the stars. Much closer and there was no noise as one would expect from an airplane. Then suddenly it dove down and disappeared. I must have said something like ‘wow, that was strange’ because my parents wanted to know what I’d seen and why I hadn’t told them to look too. I was simply transfixed and couldn’t speak. Years later when the kids were in school I told them about my paranormal experience. They in turn shared it with their friends. One day a little boy in my son’s class said to me ‘Is it true you were kidnapped by aliens and went for a ride in a flying saucer?’
Here’s a pic of the now dismantled Norad Radar station of Lac St Denis which was just to the North (maybe 20 miles) of where we were in St Sauveur when I saw the bright white light. The big white dome is gone. Is it possible that I witnessed something similar to what these air force guys saw?
Here’s how I imagine one looks.