Alien Abductees’ Drawings Of Their Encounters

A fascinating collection via the Daily Mail of colored marker renderings (accompanied by portrait photographs) created by victims of alien abduction, attempting to depict what they believe they experienced:

Cynthia says, “When I was in my thirties I found out from my father the truth about a government experiment that I was part of in which they were using other alien DNA to create me. I also have been on the ships most of my life off and on. I’ve had lots of contacts. Most of my contacts began when I was a teenager although I had it when I was younger. I was being taken. I’ve been taken on ships quite a bit.”


  • Andrés Conrado


    • frafri

      thats what i was wondering? maybe because they are illuminated??

      • code red

        yeh i noticed that eyes are bit slanty ,any way i spotted couple o ufos the other night 2 f15s circling them no navigation lights on, middle of the night still trying to transfer the video from my phone to the pc/ cheap leads dont seem too work neither does flicker

  • Anarchy Pony

    Skeptical Pony is skeptical.

    • Redacted

      Skeptical Redacted is also skeptical.

  • Dietrich Von Bacon

    Why do all those who claim to have been abducted look like losers?

    • Ronniedobbs

       because aliens aren’t very picky

    • Bob LobLaw

      because they are singled out by the photographer. Most people who have the experience don’t ever speak up

  • kungfubunny


  • Freddyfraiche

    DMT: The Spirit Molecule
    Read the trip reports, understand that it’s not aliens, but a excess release of DMT.

    • Monkey See Monkey Do

      Is there a difference?

    • Creep_gr29

      using which they manage to separate your astral body and take it for a spin.. when you leave the abducting experience blame it on DMT release! But don’t comment on other people’s experiences.. you think they all waited you to enlighten them? Watch lectures of Karla Turner (Abigail Tyler of the movie “The Fourth Kind”)

  • Ricky Jazzercise

    Really, the UFO’s that show up on military radar and are reported by shittons of pilots and multiple observers are caused by DMT release in the brain? God, people love simple answers because they appease our egos and make us feel important. It is the crux of our species and why we’re so easy to manipulate. People seem to forget that there are alien contactees (a largely spiritual phenomenon), corresponding physical U.F.O. sightings, and crop circles, among another billion unaswerable quandries that merely point out how flawed materialism is as a philosophy (I love how we’ve “explained” schizophrenia). We can’t ignore this shit forever.

    • Bob LobLaw

      No, DMT and human consciousness is absolutely central to understanding why this is happening to us. Trust me, If you ever do DMT, you’ll understand. we as humans in space-time are only seeing a fraction of the universe and information our ape brains pick up reinterpret as “reality.” 

      If you’re as interested in the UFO phenom as I’ve been, you’ll give this a look

      • Chaorder Gradient

        Does Bob Loblaw’s Law Blog have more information on this?

        • Anarchy Pony

          Haven’t you heard? They’re bringin’ Arrested Development back.

          • Chaorder Gradient

            i know they’re making a movie to tie loose ends, i dunno if there’s anything beyond that.

  • Houseguest

    It seems all Occupy Wall Street blogs and sites are now a mix of OWS, Bigfoot, UFOs, 9/11 Was an Inside Job and Elvis is Alive topics, mirroring the topics and wild-eyed conspiracy theories of the handful of remaining members of the once, though briefly, vibrant movement.

    Nine months ago, who would have thought this is the dustbin of irrelevance in which OWS would have landed in? Oh well.

    • Anarchy Pony

      Are you new here or something?

  • InPhildel

    You sat DMT, I say LSD. There have been an ever increasing number of drug induced schizophrenia cases popping up lately, but I think it’s something that’s been occurring for quite some time and only recently being diagnosed.

    Most people that do LSD try it for the first time when they are teenagers, which is when this woman said she started having “contacts”.

    Soooo, skeptical InPhildel is skeptical.

    • Threedinium

      Well, who’s the say the drugs aren’t symptomatic in themselves? Just coincidence that experiences like this tend to begin to occur during the teens and some people start doing psychedelics in their teens?