Some Final Reports
Alien contact cases began to dwindle as the decade of the 90s began, but there were still some very important accounts to present. You will notice the small number of cases in this final report. There may be several reasons for this.
Many reports of this kind are often kept in the hands of one investigator, or group for quite some time, while an investigation is conducted. Often, the witness is reluctant to have their story made public, and it might be many years before an incident of an alien encounter reaches the public.
The first alien contact case of note in the 1990s occurred on December 19, and happened in Westchester, NY. To use a cliché, it was a dark, stormy night, when our 22-year-old subject and his girlfriend settled down for the night in a guest house on his parent's property.
Neither of the two used drugs at all, and neither one had drank any alcohol that night. As they began to settle down for the night, all at once the girlfriend exclaimed: "That was strange, a white ball of light just went by the window."
After going outside, and finding nothing unusual, they again began to get ready to go to sleep. Suddenly, the girlfriend said in a panic, "They are touching me!"
The two left their quarters, and proceeded to the security of the main house. As they settled in, they noticed the time - much more time had elapsed than they could recall. There were marks on the man's neck, and his girlfriend's wrist, as if she had fought against something, or someone.
No explanation was ever found for the strange events in Westchester, New York.
In 1993, a strange UFO-alien encounter took place in the Dandenong foothills, near Belgrave, Victoria, Australia, and involved Kelly Cahill, her husband, and their three children. A one-of-a-kind description of alien beings was coined during this incident - they occupied space but were void of color as we know it.
The Cahills saw, as they were driving home, a glowing, round craft with windows around it. It hovered so low, that Kelly thought she could see beings inside. The object would soon disappear, only to return again.
See more of this fascinating case at The Kelly Cahill Abduction
In 1996, a mysterious case would unfold. On January 20, NORAD gave a warning to its Brazilian counterpart that an unidentified object appeared to be coming down over the southern part of the state. Soon, UFO reports began to be called in by the citizens of the area.
Soon, a fire department received a call about a strange creature, which they at first ignored. Soon, however, a second call was received stating the same thing. More similar calls were received, and a group of responders were sent to the location. They found the strange creature.
This would be only one of many sightings of a strange creature that night. Was this an alien from the UFO? See all of the details at The Brazilian Entity.
Two Final Cases
In Illinois, on October 28, 1999, a man was taken through the floor of a UFO during an abduction. Inside the UFO, he was led by a small, gray alien to an examination table. Soon, he would see a larger gray alien.
Later, several aliens helped him get this clothes back on. He claims that he was abducted twice. Some parts of his abductions he recalled by hypnosis, some he recalled unaided.
A strange account from Longbridge, England, in 2003, completes this particular article. Walking home after work, our subject saw a large spacecraft over a park near the Kalamazoo site of the Rover Car company, where he was employed.
At first, the man saw strange lights moving through the trees of the park, and soon discovered that the lights belonged to a large UFO. It was hovering about 5 feet above the ground. A low-pitched, humming sound came from the object. A distance away stood several, small, spindly creatures.
The creatures had seen him! They began to move toward him. He quickly turned, and ran, making it to the edge of the park. A car pulled up, and motioned for him to come over. The driver asked him, "You didn't see anything, did you?"
The frightened man told the driver he had seen nothing. He ran home, and called the police, who informed him that nothing unusual had been reported that night.