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British Policeman Claims He Was ‘Abducted’ By Aliens

British Policeman Claims He Was 'Abducted’ By Aliens

By Jon Austin
www.express.co.uk
11-25-15

     A POLICE man filed an official report to superiors that he lost time after witnessing an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) hovering overhead.

Alan Godfry, a former PC with West Yorkshire Police remains convinced he may have been abducted by aliens as he nears the 35th anniversary of the shocking series of events.

Mr Godfrey was on patrol in Todmorden in the early hours of November 28 1980, when he insists a large UFO spotted him while he was on a search for missing cattle.

The officer was in Burnley Road on the outskirts of the town looking for the farm animals that were reported missing and about to give up when he claims to have seen

what he thought was a bus approaching from a few hundred metres away.

But as he got nearer, he realised it was not the 5am commuter bus, but, instead, “a large mass”.

He said at the time: “It was a fuzzy oval that rotated at such speed and hovered so low over the road that it was causing the bushes by the side to shake.”

He claims he stopped to sketch the “UFO” on his note pad, but was overcome by a burst of light. […]

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Police Constable, Alan Godfrey Abducted by Aliens? | VIDEO

Police Constable, Alan Godfrey Abducted by Aliens

PC Alan Godfrey UFO Witness on BBC Breakfast Time TV Show – 1980’s

By UFOTRUTHMAG
YouTube
8-23-14

     The 1980 Alan Godfrey case is the main abduction case that Gary has researched in depth. He thinks this case is important because as well as Godfrey’s testimony, there are several independent witnesses that saw something strange in the sky at the same time in the local area.

Timeline of Alan Godfrey’s experience. On November 28th, 1980, Alan was in his patrol car in Todmorden, West Yorkshire. He was sent to check out reports of cattle wandering around a local council estate. He saw a bright light in the road ahead and thought it was a bus. As he got closer, though, it became clear that this was not the case. He found himself looking at a rotating object, hovering over the road. He sketched the craft in his notebook. There was a burst of light and he found himself driving further along the road with no sign of the UFO. He returned to the police station and later found that he was missing about twenty-five minutes of time. The sole of one of his boots was split and he had an itchy, red mark on his foot.

Later, he would undergo hypnotic regression, where it emerged that he was taken from the car and led onto the craft. Here, he saw robot-like creatures and a humanoid wearing a black skull cap. Gary has studied the video tapes of Alan’s hypnosis session and has concluded that they were well conducted. Alan was not lying. He had nothing to gain from making up his story and, indeed, his experience has had a negative effect on his life.

Gary would also point to one pioneer of abduction research, the late Dr John Mack. Mack had concluded that many abductions go back to ‘the victims’ childhood. Alan Godfrey had spoken of seeing a blue ‘tennis ball’ in his room as a child. Others have reported these blue orbs both in their bedrooms and other places, such as while driving. . . .

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