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Personal Contact Experiences

Missing Time in Georgia

Source: Filer's Files # 41; October 9, 2001
Majorstar@aol.com; www.filersfiles.com

ROSWELL -- The witness had just finished eating dinner at the Waffle House on Cobb Parkway when he began to feel a tingling sensation in his rear molar bottom tooth on September 1, 2001.  He states, "I quickly paid my bill and exited the building when I noticed that the toothache was subsiding.  I noticed a faint humming sound in my ear and looked up, and noticed a tight formation of five aircraft that did some remarkable things.  The three that were closest to me suddenly descended from about 25,000 feet to about 500 feet.  The other two craft, in the rear, simply disappeared.  A bright beam began to shine down from one of them.  That is when I blacked out.  I woke up 30 minutes later in a farm field ten miles away.  I felt refreshed and still had my receipt from the Waffle House in my pocket that showed I had left the restaurant at 1:30 AM.  What happened during that 30-minute period is beyond me.  I can't remember a thing.  Anyway, I found a nearby road and was lucky to find a farmhouse with a light on inside.  The farmer gave me a ride back to my car.  It was then that I noticed the tooth was missing.  The strange thing was that there was no blood.  It had completely healed over as if I had never been born with a tooth there in the first place.  This is what prompted me to visit your website.  Looking at my arms and legs, I notice nothing unusual except that there appears to be some kind of injection mark with a lump about the size of a pea on my left bicep.  It doesn't hurt and it seems hard.  My vision seems a little blurred.  In the back pocket of my jeans, I noticed a piece of paper that has a type of hieroglyphics.  Thanks to Peter Davenport NUFORC



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