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POLICE OFFICERS POSSIBLE ALIEN ABDUCTION IN ENGLAND

NOVEMBER 28, 1980   ………… TODMORDEN WEST YORKSHIRE ENGLAND

Police Constable Alan Godfrey was on patrol on the night of 28 November 1980. Just before dawn he drove along Burnley Road on the edge of Todmorden looking for some cows that had been reported missing. They were only found after sun-up, mysteriously relocated in a rain-soaked field without hoofmarks to indicate their passage.
 
Giving up his nocturnal hunt, Godfrey was about to go back to base to sign off duty when he saw a large mass a few hundred yards ahead. At first, he thought it was a bus coming towards him that took workers to their jobs in town and that he knew passed about 5:00 a.m. But as he approached, he realized that it was something very strange. It was a fuzzy oval that rotated at such speed and hovered so low over the otherwise deserted highway that it was causing the bushes by the side to shake. The police officer stopped, propped onto his windscreen a pad that was in the patrol car to make sketches of any road accidents, and drew the UFO. Then there was a burst of light, and the next thing he knew he was driving his car again, further along Burnley Road, with no sign of the UFO.
 
Godfrey turned around and examined the spot where the UFO had hovered. The road was very wet as it had rained heavily earlier in the night. But just at this one location was a circular patch where the roadway had been dried in a swirled pattern. Only when back at the police station did he realise that it was a little later than he had expected – although any missing time was probably no greater than 15 minutes from estimates later taken on site.
 
Concerned as to possible ridicule, Godfrey at first chose not to make an official report, but changed his mind later that day when he discovered he was not alone. After breakfast that morning, a driver who had been on Burnley Road three miles further out at Cliviger reported seeing a brilliant white object and contacted Todmorden police. The time matched that of Alan Godfrey’s. Furthermore, a police patrol from an adjacent force (Halifax) had been engaged in a stakeout for stolen motorcycles on the moors of the Calder Valley and had witnessed a brilliant blue-white glow descending into the valley towards Todmorden shortly before Godfrey experienced his close encounter. Their story, when it reached Todmorden police station, formed a second match.
 
Encouraged by this news Godfrey filed an official report, but was surprised when police chose to release the story to the local newspaper the following week. From here, UFOlogists discovered the case and a lengthy investigation was mounted by a Manchester-based UFO group.
 
Although Alan Godfrey had no further conscious recall of the missing time, he did have increasingly confused memory of the sequence of events surrounding the sighting (with an unexplained image of seeing himself outside the car during the sighting). There was also puzzling physical evidence. His police-issue boots were split on the sole, as if he had been dragged along the floor and they had caught on something. He also reported a previous history of seeing other strange things and having experienced at least one earlier time lapse as a youth—factors that UFOlogists have come to recognise as common with abduction cases.
 
When sure that all conscious testimony had been recorded, Godfrey agreed to be hypnotically regressed by a Manchester psychiatrist eight months after the incident. He eventually had several other sessions with different therapists, and his recall in later sessions was video-taped. The doctor refused permission to the UFO group for the first session to be recorded.
 
The hypnotic testimony is very odd, and Godfrey was never to be sure what really happened. Under regression he told of the bright light stopping the car engine, causing his radio and police handset both to be filled with static and then to be swamped by blinding light as he lost consciousness. His next recall was of being inside a strange room, more like a house than a spaceship, complete with a most unexpected large black dog. He was studied by a heavily bearded man who telepathically conveyed that his name was “Yosef” and whose clothing was very Biblical in nature. Assisting Yosef were several small robot-like creatures “the size of a five-year-old lad” and with “a head shaped like a lamp”. They are reminiscent of the “Grays” of UFO lore; although with major differences.
 
Godfrey was supposedly asked questions, told that he “knew” Josef, and was promised a later encounter. But apparently he was not subjected to the more familiar indignities of abduction stories (especially from  the US), such as bodily fluid samples and rectal probes. Although there were periods of missing memory, the hypnotic recall that did emerge was a curious hybrid of mythic images, UFO case elements and dream like sequences.
 
When asked his opinion as to the reality status of this hypnotic testimony, Alan Godfrey was refreshingly honest. He told me he was certain that the UFO encounter was real, but he could not determine whether the story offered by hypnosis was a dream, a fantasy, reality, or a mixture of all three.
 
Unhappily, Alan Godfrey suffered terribly after this encounter. When I first wrote up the investigation (just before the regression hypnosis began) for Flying Saucer Review magazine in 1981, I deliberately changed his identity to help protect him; although this was probably futile because the story had already been featured in the local press under Godfrey’s real name.
 
However, despite my refusal to assist them, a tabloid reporter traced the witness and devoted a front-page banner headline article to the story  read by millions over the Sunday lunch which led to the officer being called to explain himself before his superiors. He was forced to undergo medical investigation to determine his “status”, but was pronounced psychologically fit and healthy. Yet after some years feeling that he would never be allowed to forget his sighting, he took advice to honorably resign over an unrelated physical injury incurred during an incident in which he bravely intervened to avert a crime.
 
Todmorden, both before 1980 and in the years since, has been a hotbed of alien contact activity with several other major encounters having been investigated, including another abduction of a truck driver from Burnley Road only a little further out of Todmorden and on the same highway.

FRIENDS TRIANGLE ENCOUNTER OVER VERMONT


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FRIENDS TRIANGLE SIGHTING OVER VERMONT

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NOVEMBER 18, 2016  ……………  ST RUTLAND VERMONT
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So it was Saturday the 19th Nov 2016. Around 8pm at East Center St. Rutland, VT.  Was getting ready to leave a friend’s driveway. Was looking up because the night sky was so clear. Wished to my self that a UFO would show up so I could share it with my friends. Then I saw flashing lights, a possible plane, pretty far up, then it was stationary. With that I ran to my friends door and them come out (2 people) and pointed this out to them. almost due east.  What’s nice was there was a normal plane up there too, so we could see how there was a difference. It ended up seeming very long, there were 2 lights separated by at least a few hundred feet. One red light, one white light. Could not see the shape of object.  We see another plane (both times, engines could be heard) but then new red and whites lights with all kinds of sparkling lights within a triangle shape. This was looking northeast and almost right above us at seemingly the same altitude again. Again a great way to show how different from the plane that was maybe a mile away from  the sparkling triangle. The one female friend said she was getting scared of this one, the male of the party then went inside.  Then I see a white lighted object moving across from my west headed to my north. Multiple red flashing lights turned on below it as it became stationary. Again it looked to be same altitude as the jets traveling but I have seen this one twice before in as many years.  I have never reported this because I felt they weren’t strong enough contacts, but with this 3rd sighting of it, I think it cements it enough to call it a sighting.   NOTE: The above image is CGI.
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LOCAL POLICEMANS ALIEN ADBUCTION IN THE U.K.

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LOCAL POLICEMANS ALIEN ABDUCTION IN THE U.K.

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NOVEMBER 28, 1980   ……………  TODMORDEN WEST YORKSHIRE ENGLAND

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Alan Godfrey was in his patrol car on November 28, 1980, in Todmorden, West Yorkshire to look into reports of a cattle wandering around the area. While on the road, he saw a bright light ahead and thought of it as a bus. But he found out later that it wasn’t as he got closer. It became apparent to him that it was a strange rotating object, hovering over the road.  Suddenly, Godfrey saw a burst of light, and he found himself driving further along the path minus the UFO. When he got back to the police station, he discovered that he had lost approximately 25 minutes of time. He further saw a split in the sole of one of his boots. He also felt itchiness in a red mark on his foot.  Later, Godfrey would have hypnotic regression, where it was discovered that he was taken from the car and brought to the craft. While inside, he reportedly saw robot-like beings and a humanoid wearing a black skull cap. UFO enthusiasts have studied several videotapes of Alan’s hypnosis session. They concluded that his experience has had a negative impact on his life, and indeed, he had nothing to gain if he just made up his story.   NOTE: The above image is CGI.

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ALIEN ABDUCTION OF A BRITISH POLICE OFFICER

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ALIEN ABDUCTION OF A BRITISH POLICE OFFICER

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NOVEMBER 28, 1980   ………..  TODMORDEN UNITED KINGDOM

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A former officer of West Yorkshire Police, Alan Godfry, still believes he may have been a victim of alien abduction as he nears the 35th anniversary of the traumatising series of events.  While on a patrol in Todmorden in the early hours on November 28, 1980, to search for missing cattle, Mr Godfrey claimed a huge UFO spotted him.  It was a fuzzy oval that rotated at such speed and hovered so low over the road that it was causing the bushes on the side to shake.  He was on the outskirts of the town in Burnley Road looking for the farm animals that were reportedly missing. He was about to give up finding the reported missing animals when he claimed to have noticed what he thought a bus approaching from a few hundred metres away.  But as he got closer, he came to a realisation that it was not the commuter bus scheduled to pass at around 5 a.m. Instead, he saw what he described “a large mass.”  He said, “It was a fuzzy oval that rotated at such speed and hovered so low over the road that it was causing the bushes on the side to shake.”  He reported that he stopped to make a sketch of the UFO on his note pad. However, a burst of light overcame him.  The next thing he knew was that he drove his car again further up on the same road and the UFO was now gone. He turned around to see the area where he believed it took place.

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He found out that the area was wet due to rain in the night and there was a circular path of the dry road in a swirled pattern.  Godfry also noticed his police boots were split at the sole – like he had been dragged along. When he got back to the police station, he realised that he had lost around 15 minutes.  Mr Godfrey initially decided not to report the encounter because of fear to be ridiculed, but on the same day, he heard a lorry driver three miles further out on Burnley Road at Cliviger reported to police spotting “a brilliant white” object at about the same time.  Moreover, neighbouring Halifax police officers also received reports about a “brilliant blue-white glow” coming down Todmorden, also at the same time.  The coming out of other witnesses made Godfry file an official report. Since then, UFO investigators have been looking into his case. The case has eventually become one of the country’s most famous alien abduction cases.

His superiors sent Mr Godfrey for mental health and medical assessments but was found to be fine. British UFOlogist Jenny Randles, who had a chance to get an interview with him, said that he was “refreshingly honest.”  NOTE: The above image is a rendering.

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