Sometimes UFO skeptics get their comeuppance.
As in this following story of a retired engineer in England who was just walking his dog in the park:
Reports originating from Exmouth, Devon are pronouncing that a spacecraft landed in a local park (Phear Park) and an entity (alien) exited the craft and approached the witness, one Roy Shaw, a retired engineer.
Shaw 58, a self-proclaimed skeptic of all things esoteric, was walking his dog, Sydney in the evening around 10:00 pm when he noticed “blue and red lights flashing”; upon further investigation he stated:
“The object was round in shape and about 30-feet in diameter and 100-foot long, with blue and red flashing lights on its perimeter, and it appeared to land at the top end of the park by the bowling green.”
Had the story ended there, it would be enough for UFO mavens and enthusiasts alike to chat up the internet for weeks; however, there’s more . . . Shaw continued:
“My dog started to growl when, what I can only describe as a white shape, came towards us. It was about four-feet high and seemed to be translucent, and moved very slowly towards us. I was transfixed because it made a droning noise, which sounded like ‘my-my,’ over and over again, which I could not understand. I didn’t know where the sound was coming from but it was coming straight towards me. I immediately ran back down through the park.”
Shortly thereafter, the craft shot off at a 45°angle. In his retreat from the entity and craft, Shaw twisted his ankle. At home Shaw said he was unnerved by the incident, and his border collie was affected as well. The normally good-natured collie not only bared his teeth during the encounter, but “was whimpering when we arrived home; he doesn’t like going back there now,” Shaw said.
It is interesting to note that the ‘alien’ was shapeless and formless and making a ‘droning noise.’
One could theorize that the alien visitors need to be linked somehow with contactees mentally in order to appear ‘humanoid?’
This would give some credence to the theory that the ‘greys’ might be some kind of biological robot, humanoid in appearance only because that is the way we ‘wish’ to see possible aliens.
My, my, my…