This blog has been created to inform the public about the UFO subject. It also contains peripheral phenomena. Created by Aileen Garoutte, previously Director of The UFO Contact Center International.

Monday, October 24, 2005


She doesn't know why she was chosen or what it means, and she knows it is hard for others to believe. But she believes. The reporter went over her story word by word. He read parts of it back to her incorrectly, hoping to trip her up. But it didn't work. She believes it, or she is a well-rehearsed liar, he told her. She shrugged.

Think what you want, she said, I believe it.

She says she was abducted by an unidentified flying object on 151st Avenue Northeast, just north of Southeast 176th Street, Renton, at about 11:40 p.m., Tuesday, February 10. Her abductor said, "You will see us again."

Her name begins with K, but because she doesn't want to lose her job, we won't use it. We'll call her Kathy. She is a 25-year-old "health professional." She doesn't want her specific profession revealed either, married about two years.

A college graduate with a 3.7 grade point average. She is telling her story because she thinks others have been contacted by extraterrestrials, but are afraid to come forward with their stories.


She was driving home from work the night of Feb. 10. She came off the Valley Freeway and started up Petrovitsky Road, passing Valley General Hospital at 11:35 p.m. She drove on, a song by Earth, Wind and Fire came on the radio. About an eighth of a mile west of the intersection of Southeast 176th -- as that stretch of Petrovitsky Road is called -- and 151st Southeast, she approached the crest of a small hill. Just before she reached it a dark-colored sports car with two vertical headlights and a loud engine passed her and roared on ahead through the intersection. She came to the crest of the hill, she saw the UFO.

It was a horizontal ring of red and blue lights, flashing from left to right in an apparent sequence. It was about 75 to 100 feet in diameter and hovered above a grove of trees at the Southeast corner of the intersection.

Curious, she slowed down and drove on for about 30 seconds, looking at the lights. When she reached the intersection, she turned left onto 151st putting the UFO behind her.


She drove a short way down 151st, and turned left into the parking lot of her apartment building. She parked her car and looked toward the UFO. It was not there. She then looked to the left and saw another UFO. It was a cluster of red and blue lights, about 25 feet in diameter. It hovered about 100 to 150 feet off the ground, across the street about 200 feet from her car.
She thought, "If this moves or drops, I'm getting out of here."

Then it began to move; dropping in a falling leaf motion to an altitude of about 20 to 50 feet. It stopped and started coming toward her.

Frightened, she got out of the car to head for her front door. She noticed her headlights were still on, got back in the car, closed the door and turned off the lights. And sometime, probably when she got out of the car for the first time, she believes she was abducted.

Consciously, she only remembers that after turning off her headlights, she left her car and ran for her front door 75 feet away. When she reached it, the UFO was gone.


The next day, Kathy contacted the UFO Contact Center to report her experience. They came to interview her February 13 and asked Kathy if she would be interested in undergoing hypnosis, to find out if she had experiences she didn't remember.

In a series of four hypnosis sessions, she revealed that as she sat in the car, it suddenly was filled with a bright, white light. The next thing she knew, she was standing in a dome-like room, about 15 feet wide, with white, very smooth floors, walls and ceilings. An arched doorway was in front of her. A desk-sized white box with "zillions" of colored lights on a dark field was in front of her. A long white table perched on a single pedestal was behind her.

She stood there, "calm, but kind of bewildered," and absently reached to unbutton the collar of her dress. The next thing she knew, the garment was at her feet.

Two beings came through the door. They were about 4 feet 8 inches to 5 feet tall, with thin upper bodies, long, sloping shoulders and arms that hung to about their knees. They seemed unable to straighten their arms completely, she said.

They had four, very long fingers. Their heads were shaped rather like a light bulb and they had large, wide-open eyes. Their noses were very small, just a ridge; they had slits for mouths and small holes with a slight skin flap for ears. Their skin was gray-white and very cool.


They were dressed from neck to toe in blue-gray metallic fabric. On the upper left chest of their uniforms they had an insignia, an isosceles triangle inside a white circle. They took her by the upper arms and guided her to the table.

"The whole thing seemed to go like clockwork," she said. "I got on the table and they gently pushed me down. I wasn't frightened. I had no real thoughts."

She sensed a third person in the room. He was like the other two, but wore a red-orange uniform with a black stripe around the neckline. He put a silver, mallet-like object to his eye and then placed the other end on her abdomen. He moved it around a bit and then left. He came back a short time later and the three beings stood around the table.

"What is the purpose of this?" she thought. "You are progressing physically and mentally as planned and are very receptive to us," they responded by telepathy. They added that they were pleased with what her father had taught her and then told her she must go.

"I didn't want to," she said, "But they assisted me off the table. I put my dress on; they said, 'You will see us again' and the next thing I knew I was back in my car."

She has no strong opinions about who her abductors were, but thinks they are probably creatures with higher intelligence who traveled to earth from a different galaxy. She found out why she might have been chosen when she called her father after the hypnosis sessions.
"He cried," she said. "He never told me before, but he has had four encounters with the same people."
Another case of encounters from one generation to the next in families.


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