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Sighting Reports Previous to 1990

Father & 2 Daughters Claim to be Abducted by Aliens

Drawing of UFO by Father. He Claims That the Aliens Provided Him With Information About the Ship.
Scheme Drawn by Father. He Claimed That the Abductors
Provided Him With Information About How the Ship Operated.

Date of Sighting: 1947 (Exact Date Unknown)
Time of Sighting: Night (Exact Time Unknown)
Date Sighting Reported: January 31, 2008
Duration of Sighting: Unknown
Location of Sighting: Maple Valley, Washington (Suburb About 15 MI SE of Downtown Seattle)
Latitude: 47.39 Degrees North
Longitude: 122.05 Degrees West
Number of Witnesses: Three
Number of Witnesses Interviewed: (Information Received From Man's Grandson.)
Weather: Unknown

Description: (Note: At the request of the family no witness names are revealed in this report.)
A call was received from the grandson of the father who experienced the abbuction. The father saw some strange lights and took his daughters with him to investigate. The daughters were 4 and 8 years old at the time. The father was 39 at the time and he passed away in 1988. The oldest daughter passed away in 2007. The youngest daughter is still alive. The grandson found out much of the information from the 2 daughters. Apparently they went to investigate the lights and had a "blackout" and never recalled getting to the destination. They recalled only driving back home. (It is not known how much time was lost.) The father told his 2 daughters at the time that they had an encounter with extraterrestrial aliens. If this experience is real, this would predate the Betty and Barny Hill abduction by 14 years.

In 1954 the father was serving as a merchant marine on the Onassis fleet and while at sea drew a picture of the alleged space ship on which he had been abducted in 1947. He included some simple equations and other schematics to describe the operation of the ship. He mailed the letter to himself registered mail to his address back in Maple Valley, Washington. He sealed the letter in wax and never opened it the rest of his life. His wife opened it after he died. At that time the contents were revealed to the family. It is not known why the father chose to keep this portion of the experience a secret. Copies of the registered mail envelop, schematic, and photos of the grandfather can be viewed by accessing the scanned document. Click here to view document (PDF).

Comments: This is an interesting case in that it could be one of the earliest recorded abductions. However, like most abduction cases the veracity of the case rests with the credibility of the witnesses. All of the witnesses except one have passed away. The surviving witness was only 4 when the alleged encounter took place. Apparently the grandson had also discussed the case with the older daughter who was 8 at the time. This daughter passed away in 2007. The flying saucer schematic does not reveal anything unusual. The equations are simple and don't reflect any advanced physics. One would expect that the operation of flying saucers would be much more technical considering their aerial behavior. The educational background of the father is not known. It also is not known if the father held any jobs involving high technical expertise. He was in the Navy, worked for the Onassis fleet as a radio operator, and worked for North American Aviation in Downey, California. His job function at North American Aviation is not known.

 

 

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