50-year-old Paula Smith claims she has been abducted by aliens 52 times, which means that she has been abducted by aliens … carry the three … ah yes, on average more than once per year for her entire life.
And while the naysayers out there might say she’s crazy, Smith says she has the bruises to back up her claim.
Smith, from Bradford, England, claims that numerous times after her abductions she has awoken with strange bruises and marks on her body.
“I have experienced 52 paranormal incidents,” says Smith. “There’s no warning and I can’t sense anything is going to happen. It just happens. All I can do is carry on as normal, otherwise I’d go crazy.”
Smith also claims that these abductions began when she was a small child and have carried on ever since.
“The first time I saw a craft was 1982,” said Smith. “I was in the woods and it was completely silent. The pathway became narrower and I could hear my heart thumping.
“I recall looking into the darkness whilst my eyes adjusted. I could see what looked a boomerang shape with an extra arm on it.”
“Each arm had a light at the end. I recall three of the lights, one was blue, the other green, but I can not recall the color of the other light.”
“I could describe it better as a propeller blade from an aeroplane,” Smith continued. “It was about 30 feet tall and 30 feet wide. It was black with a green and blue light on the edges. It was turning clockwise at 1 mph in complete silence.”
She also claims that aliens have shown her “technology we didn’t have” and “a slideshow of pristine scenery which had a beautiful river which then turned black.”
“I remember trying to run but it felt like the ground was quicksand, like sinking into the ground, then everything went black,” she continued.
“According to my family, I had been missing for four hours, but I have no recollection of what actually went on.
“Ever since, the experiences haven’t stopped. I’ve been taken from my bedroom window and my bed.”
Smith says she has been returned home from these abductions with things like a triangular bruise on her face and fingerprint marks on her arm.
“I didn’t tell anybody because I know people would think I am crazy,” Smith added. “But there are thousands, if not millions of people like me out there who have similar experiences.”