Aliens kidnap humans for sex: Shocking claim by book says hundreds were taken away in last 20 years
'Tall, blond sextra-terrestrials' have allegedly kidnapped many humans for sex in the last 20 years, says Jerome Clark's book
The aliens have done it again. A new book has claimed that the little green men (or Mandark-headed ones if you're into those) have kidnapped many humans for sex in the last 20 years. The Sun reported that “victims” include a Briton taken by "tall, blond sextra-terrestrials" of “beautiful appearance and friendly demeanour”.
A total of 212 people have said they have been abducted since 2014, says the report. And Jerome Clark, author of 'UFOs in the Late Twentieth Century', says many recall close encounters of a sexual kind.
'Close encounters of the sexual kind'
Clark told of Aussie Peter Khoury, who met blonde beings in Sydney in 1992. “He was shocked to see two strange women kneeling on his bed. Both were naked. One appeared Nordic and the other Asian," he writes. The book goes on to disclose some raunchy details, enough to make one's hair stand on end, for a variety of reasons as it says that the Nordic woman pulled Khoury's head to her breast three times and he bit her nipple.
She tried to have sex with him but vanished, leaving the blonde hair — evidence which helped people believe the alien tale. Analysis of the locks, the Sun's report says, found them to be a hybrid of Asian and Gaelic advanced DNA.
A woman from Indianapolis, US, claimed aliens impregnated her aboard a ship then returned months later for the fetus. Clark said the woman shared that they took her again and introduced her to her half-human, half-alien daughter. “Their usual dress is a coverall or one-piece jumpsuit, often skintight, perhaps even so snug that the beings appear (or are) nude," the writer added.
Jerome Clark is an American writer, specializing in unidentified flying objects and other paranormal subjects. The 74-year-old has appeared on ABC News Special Report, Unsolved Mysteries, Sightings and the A&E Network discussing UFOs and other oddities.