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Monday, April 10, 2017

The Story behind a Forestry Worker in Scotland Attacked By Aliens



In sci-fi movies and books, aliens are constantly trying to conquer the earth. The question as to why such beings from a distance would visit the Earth to invade is seldom answered. In fact, most people cover up the truth with regards to the actual encounters. If invading has been denied, what more about aliens attacking a human? A seemingly unprovoked attacked was recounted by a forestry worker named Robert Taylor, which took place thirty years ago. However, he has no idea why he was targeted. Such happening has baffled the people who examined the case. A certain police officer who opened the file has considered it “unexplained.” 

Robert Taylor, a forestry worker in West Lothian, Scotland, arrived at work on a typically cold morning in November, 30 years ago. As he started walking towards the site through a woodland path, he saw into a clearing an extraterrestrial craft. He described the object as 20-30 ft circumference huge dome-shaped soaring approximately 15 ft above the grass’ surface. Shortly after the appearance, two orbs that bear a resemblance of WWII sea mines fell from the alien aircraft and rolled towards him. As the objects approached him, he recalled smelling a burning odor. Afterward, the objects attached themselves to the forestry worker and began to pull him towards the extraterrestrial aircraft. 

At this point, he remembered nothing as he lost consciousness. As soon as he regained his consciousness, the objects were gone but left marks on the ground underneath the place where the vessel had stopped. He even manifests an incredible thirst. He believed that the event happened around two minutes, but such events somewhat disoriented him. Although the craft was not expecting him to approach it, what triggered the attack is still unknown. Unlike other UFO sightings or encounters, there are no arguments that the events could have come from a human-made source. Aside from the fact that West Lothian is not a spot known for the top secret military, the aircraft cannot be held responsible for the objects that pulled Taylor towards the vessel, nor the latter’s lack of consciousness. 



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