Man claims he was abducted by aliens – and says he “can prove it” because it was recorded by camera and can be seen on Google Earth.
The alleged galactic kidnap victim claims the moment he was “punched in the face by an alien” before the abduction, was caught by a satellite camera and can now be seen by all on the Google website.
John Mooner, a self-styled UFO expert from Torquay in Devon claims to have had a number of alien and UFO encounters, with the alleged abduction being the most bizarre.
And, he claims he later found the terrifying experience, including the alien hitting him, on Google Earth.
Mr Mooner claims he cannot remember the incident after the ET struck him in the face in a street in the west country town.
He said he found the incident recorded on Google Earth after trying to locate the area of “the attack”.
He told the Torquay Herald: “The satellite image clearly shows me trying to fight off the grey alien by punching it in the face.
John Mooner claims these images show his abduction by aliens in Torquay, Devon.
John Mooner claims this image shows him wrestling with an alien in Torquay, Devon.
“The satellite has captured a real alien abduction taking place. The shocking thing about this was that it’s me being abducted by a grey alien and the satellite image clearly shows me trying to fight off the grey alien by punching it in the face.”
He added: “Looking at the image it appears that the alien has blocked my punch and has grabbed my fist and must have been able to subdue me.
“The strangest thing about this captured incident is that I do not remember this taking place at all.
“I do however remember sporadic episodes of missing time throughout the year of 2016 and going back through the previous years.
“I do remember wearing a black baseball cap and shirt. This is definitely me on the satellite image.”
Readers of the Torquay Herald are not convinced by his shocking claims.
Alan Andrew posted on the website: “I’ve given up about reading about this loon.”
Rob Bedward said: “Oh not again… there are plenty of legitimate UFO story’s going on and you choose to cover this guy… can we have some REAL UFO story’s please.”
Paul Aldis said: “How can you be an expert in something theoretical?”
But, Mr Mooner is one of a number of people recently to make outlandish abduction claims.
Just this month, a bloke wrote about his “abduction” where he was told the “secrets of the universe”.
And a woman told a Close Encounters conference in Byron Bay, New South wales, Australia, aliens abducted her and stole her eggs to make ET-human hybrids.
A large number of people believe alien abductions are happening, with 40,000 Americans taking out insurance against it.
Believers point to the alleged similarities between accounts as real evidence.
However, sceptics say these claims come from fantasists who copy each others stories online.
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This post was written by Nadia Vella