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Flying Humanoids Compilation

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 07:38:01 -0500
Archived: Thu, 12 Jan 2012 07:38:01 -0500
Subject: Flying Humanoids Compilation




Source: Kithra.Com

http://www.kithra.com/flyinghumanoids.html

January 2012


Flying Humanoids

Stories of Flying Humanoids have been around for an extremely
long time, but we have to start somewhere, so Iíve chosen just a
few of the more well-known cases, starting from the middle of
the 19th Century. But, of course, if you use Google you'll find
a great many more.

1843

This account comes from Quebec, Canada, and is dated as having
been the 3rd October. A farmer was said to have seen 3 men
flying over Warwick. They were described as being completely
white in colour and were flying beneath an unidentified craft.
It was raining when the farmer, working in the fields, heard a
rumbling sound which he ignored at first. After a while the
skies cleared and he looked up to see these men, who appeared to
be quite stationary, at about tree-top level. After which they
simply drifted out of sight.

1877

On 15th May, 1877, what was described as a flying humanoid was
seen in Aldershot, Hampshire, UK. It was wearing tight-fitting
clothes and a shiny helmet. Flying over the heads of 2 soldiers
on sentry duty they fired on it, but to no effect. Allegedly the
humanoid stunned both of them with what they described as blue
fire!


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