was reading through your articles online and one in
particular made me want to report some thing to you. The
article in question was "It
is Indeed a Puzzlement" by Graham Conway. In this
article it is mentioned that there are no reports of
people being abducted from a hospital, also it is
mentioned that there are some peculiarities concerning
abductees who wear glasses. I have a few incidences to
relate to you.
I have through my life had
periods where I feel that I have been abducted, feel is
not a good word as it implies a non scientific approach to
it. Due to corroborating evidence and personal memories of
events and dreams, I have come to the conclusion that I
have been abducted many times. But my full story is not to
be told here in this email, but if you are interested I
can relate more. This email is to address the previous
This one happened to me
recently, the night of the 31st of May 2005.
Allow me to set the picture, I live in outback Queensland,
Australia. In a very small town, called Winton. A total
population of 1000 for the entire shire (which is the size
of Hungary). We do manage to have a hospital, which is
where this takes place.
25th of May I was in Longreach hospital (Longreach is
approx. 275km away) in a larger hospital getting my Gall
Bladder removed, there was complications, so I had an
extended stay. On the Monday the 30th I was driven to
Winton Hospital, to spend a few more days recovering, but
closer to home. I was placed in a room with one other
patient, this being a two-person room. The hospital
consists of 1 general ward, 1 maternity ward (mostly
unused) and an outpatients ward. I was in the general
ward. On the 31st my roommate was discharged, so I had the
room to myself.
night about 11pm, the nurse asked if I wanted my door
closed, I agreed to this. This is not like me as I sleep
with my door open, and prefer it to be so. I then fell
asleep. I then proceeded to have a very odd dream that I
was in a room with the grey fellows, they were asking me
why I had the operation.
Then I had a dream that a
large black craft was flying away, it was triangular in
shape with large spheres on the apex of each point. I then
woke up. It was 2:30 am, I got up and went to the
bathroom. The nurses were surprised that I was awake, they
were on a different shift from the one that closed my
door. They had completely forgotten to perform my
observations, and were wondering why the door was closed
as it should have been open at all times at night in case
of emergency. It was all very weird. This is a small
hospital and does not have security systems.
Now it had been 3 days since
I had any painkillers of any sort, I was not hallucinating
or having fever dreams for at least 2 days. Why this now?
It seems out of place. I make a point of trying to make a
solid point of reference when something odd like this
happens to see if it were a dream or not. This did not
seem dream like.
I wear glasses, I am short
sighted, badly short sighted. I cannot see clearly over 10
cm away from my face without them. Yet there are times
that I can see the aliens clearly without them, Sometimes
I remember to grab my glasses when they come. Most times
not. I can see them clearly while the rest of my vision is
Not too long ago, I saw one of them in my
room, it was small and wrinkled it was crouching on the
floor and staring at me, I could see it clearly. It stood
out in the dark room, when I went to turn my lamp on, it
disappeared. All very strange.
To me it signifies that what
we see them as, is a projection. How else can it be
explained? A projection of what? They have physical form,
as I know they grab me. So they must be hiding their
appearances, not realizing this does not work when the
person cannot see properly.
So it seems they do not
understand us. I know once the took me just to try and
prove they understand why I get tattoos. (something I
cannot really explain besides I like them). Sorry for the
ranting, the article struck a chord with me. I am happy to
share information to help further solve the mystery, if it
can ever be done.