A man claims he was abducted by aliens and he has proof of his ordeal in the form of Google Earth satellite images.
Aliens Abducted Me!
John Mooner fancies himself a UFO expert and if we’re to believe him, his experience just got a boost. A resident of Torquay in Devon County, UK, Mooner claims he’s been the protagonist of several close encounters of the first kind but none were as bizarre as his most recent episode.
Mooner says 2016 was a difficult year for him, one during which he experienced numerous instances of missing time. During one such episode, he claims, grey aliens attempted and probably succeeded in abducting him aboard their spaceships. But the man believes he didn’t go down without a fight and that a snapshot of his kerfuffle can be seen in satellite imagery obtained through Google Earth.
Details of the fight elude the man and he attributes his amnesia to being punched in the face by a violent Grey alien.
THE SATELLITE HAS CAPTURED A REAL ALIEN ABDUCTION TAKING PLACE,” MOONER TOLD LOCAL PRESS. “THE SHOCKING THING ABOUT THIS WAS THAT IT’S ME BEING ABDUCTED BY A GREY ALIEN AND THE SATELLITE IMAGE CLEARLY SHOWS ME TRYING TO FIGHT OFF THE GREY ALIEN BY PUNCHING IT IN THE FACE.”
By his own admission, Mooner had no recollection of the inter-species aggression. But since his memories didn’t add up and his attention was drawn to a particular spot in his hometown, he resorted to analyzing satellite images and that’s when he got confirmation that something strange had happened to him.
THE SATELLITE IMAGE CLEARLY SHOWS ME TRYING TO FIGHT OFF THE GREY ALIEN BY PUNCHING IT IN THE FACE. “
“Looking at the image it appears that the alien has blocked my punch and has grabbed my fist and must have been able to subdue me. The strangest thing about this captured incident is that I do not remember that aliens abducted me.”
Naturally, the Google images leave a lot of room for interpretation. Ground-level details are too diffuse to give credence to Mooner’s claims but you only need a pinch of imagination to make his story believable. If you look at the images with an open-minded attitude, the vague shape of a man throwing a punch becomes visible. An indulgent eye can even make out the details of the man’s target, something that looks like a smaller creature with an elongated head. Could it really be a Grey alien about to take a punch? Or are we being deceived by our eyes and the things we’re conditioned to see?
Other residents of Torquay tend to dismiss Mooner as an eccentric with a penchant for alien interactions. But does that mean he’s lying about his ordeal? Comments on the Torquay Herald’s website show the local vibe towards the abductee:
“I’ve given up about reading about this loon.” – A. A.
“Oh not again… there are plenty of legitimate UFO story’s going on and you choose to cover this guy… can we have some REAL UFO story’s please.” – R. B.
As weird as his story might be, Mooner is definitely not alone. During the past years, we’ve seen a steady increase in UFO incidents and subsequent reports. It would appear that the social stigma that was once associated with seeing and believing in UFOs is steadily dissolving. Whether this is the result of an increasing number of UFO encounters or people beginning to accept the reality of aliens and UFOs remains to be seen.
Skeptics hold the majority here and until satisfying evidence is produced, their arguments will remain valid. It goes without saying that believers will continue to believe no matter what.
So keep your eyes on the sky, you might see something.