Death by ufo

Discussion in 'UFOs, Ghosts and Monsters' started by Magical Realist, Sep 3, 2015.

  1. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

    Rarely do ufos kill or injure anyone. But there is a smattering of cases of such. Here's an incident that occurred in an Indian village. Doctors and police chalked this all up to hysteria and insects. I'm thinking "nawww".

    SHANWA, India (AP) - "It comes in the night, a flying sphere emitting red and blue lights that attacks villagers in this poor region, extensively burning those victims it does not kill.

    At least that's what panic-stricken villagers say. At least seven people have died of unexplained injuries in the past week in Uttar Pradesh state.

    "A mysterious flying object attacked him in the night," Raghuraj Pal said of his neighbor, Ramji Pal, who died recently in Shanwa. "His stomach was ripped open. He died two days later."

    Many others have suffered scratches and surface wounds, which they say were inflicted while they slept. In the village of Darra, 53-year-old Kalawati said she was attacked last week and displayed blisters on her blackened forearms.

    "It was like a big soccer ball with sparkling lights," said Kalawati, who uses only one name. "It burned my skin."

    "I can't sleep because of pain," she said.

    Doctors dismiss the stories as mass hysteria.

    "More often than not the victims have unconsciously inflicted the symptoms themselves," said Narrotam Lal, a doctor at King George's Medical College in Lucknow, the state capital.

    The police have another explanation: bugs.

    "It is a three-and-a-half-inch-long winged insect" that leaves rashes and superficial wounds, Kavindra P. Singh, a superintendent of police, told the Press Trust of India news agency.

    Police drew this conclusion after residents of one village found insects they had never seen before.

    Villagers are unconvinced. In the most affected area, the Mirzapur district, 440 miles southeast of New Delhi, people have stopped sleeping outdoors despite the sweltering heat and frequent power outages.

    Villagers also have formed protection squads that patrol Shanwa, beating drums and shouting slogans such as, "Everyone alert. Attackers beware."

    Some accuse district officials of inaction and failing to capture the "aliens." One person died Thursday in nearby Sitapur when police fired shots to disperse a 10,000-strong crowd demanding that authorities capture the mysterious attackers.

    "People just block the roads and attack the police for inaction each time there's a death or injury," said Amrit Abhijat, Mirzapur's district magistrate, who claims he has captured the UFO on film."
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  3. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

    Here's a father's account of a ufo that may have caused the death of his son and a neighbor. It happened in Australia. Beware!

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  5. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

    "In his article, 'INCREDIBLE UFO INCINERATION'S: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE COMBUSTIBLE KIND', researcher Larry E. Arnold describes the following terrifying encounter, only one of several cases of UFO-related 'human combustion' mentioned in his article:

    "...Of the many episodes involving UFOs and the spontaneous combustion of humans, quite probably the most disastrous event -- if true -- in MODERN times occurred to the African village of Kirimukuya on Mt. Kenya.

    "For several nights in June 1954, young Laili Thindu and his shepherd companions listened to the pounding of their neighbors' drums announcing a wedding about to take place on the mountainside. They also watched STRANGE LIGHTS soar around this 'sacred' peak in central Kenya. They naturally were startled when bright beams flashed from these soaring lights, then concerned that the drums were now silent.

    "The next morning Laili learned that 'all the dancers, all the children, all the livestock, -- the entire population of the village -- had been seared to death by terrible streams of light from glowing objects,' report Brad Steiger and Joan Whritenour in their book , FLYING SAUCERS ARE HOSTILE. 'It was not until Laili Thindu ventured into Nairobi that he was able to tell his story to someone who recognized the tale for what it really was: the annihilation of an African village by a UFO..."===
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  7. C C Consular Corps - "the backbone of diplomacy" Valued Senior Member

    These older anecdotes will of course be exempted from the trend. But in the future (if not already), accounts of violent UFOs (with any legitimacy to them) will be routinely chalked-up to drone assaults of military, terrorist, subculture insurgency or rogue-agency origin. Extraordinary details in the eyewitness testimonies provided will be explained as exaggerations, distorted memories and misconceptions arising from the horror, stress, and chaos following such surprise attacks at night (or whenever).
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  8. origin In a democracy you deserve the leaders you elect. Valued Senior Member

    Several of my friends and neighbors have been killed or severely injured by UFOs, but the point is you cannot prove that these death machines are of extraterrestrial origin.
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  9. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

    The accounts will be selectively edited to support their conclusion that it is drone. The firing of rays at the villagers will be overlooked as hysteria. The marks on their bodies will be dismissed as self-inflicted attempts to get into the local papers. Details will be omitted from the account to make it fit the foregone conclusion. It's a perfect example of confirmation bias.
  10. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

    NEPALGUNJ -- The life in the Nepal-India border at Belaspur and Nepalgunj went panicky for the second consecutive day on Saturday when an unidentified object again attempted to kill a woman.
    The same mysterious object had killed a 40-year-old woman in the neighbouring Indian village a few days ago. Sahim Khan, 55, of Belaspur-16 was sleeping peacefully on the terrace of her house when the fireball-like object flew towards her ready to attack her, say locals.

    "When we rushed towards Khan's house after seeing the object, it disappeared instantly," they said. The locals then brought Khan from the terrace and kept her safely inside the house. The locals said they saw the same object the previous day over Nepalgunj Municipality and Guleria area.

    Even the object continues to attack villagers for the last couple of days and more and more people are attacked, authorities from both Nepal and India have failed to identify the object, which is said to be active at night and disappears instantly after the attack.

    The local eyewitnesses said it resembles a fire-flame and attacks those sleeping outside their houses on rooftops and terraces. Deputy Superintendent of Police, Gokarna Bahadur Pal of Banke admitted that he saw the red object but said he could not identify it.

    India's Lucknow-based newspapers even published reports that said three people have been killed and more than a dozen wounded across the border after the mysterious object was detected in the region a couple of days ago." /local.htm#8
  11. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

    A Chinese artillery shell, or just please find something plausible to blather about.

    Go hunting. Bring something unnatural back, besides your fascination with the absurd. Please.

    Why were you banned again?
  12. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

    And so you're in the Fringe section why?

    I was banned for 3 days because I claimed aliens were extraterrestrials in accord with a quoted dictionary definition. The ban was lengthened to 2 weeks after the mod dug up a statement of mine where I said I always discuss these topics rationally. See how that works?
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  13. paddoboy Valued Senior Member

    In quiter moments on the forum, it's sometimes fun to see what some gullible people are thinking.
    But you don't discuss rationally. You ignore anything and everything that hints that something is just a UFO....or that Bigfoot has been totally rebuked as nonsense.
    You also refuse to answer some questions put to you, which although that may be your right on this forum, just reflects on your refusal to ever consider the mundane non paranormal, non supernatural alternative.
    On other more strict forums, you would be permanently banned
  14. Daecon Kiwi fruit Valued Senior Member

    There's still no evidence that it's aliens. "Unidentified" doesn't imply extra-terrestrial.

    Wishful thinking isn't evidence.
  15. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

    What makes you dismiss that it might be hysteria or insects?

    How do you know the (few) injuries displayed to the reporters were not self-inflicted (unconsciously or consciously)?

    What information do you have about the insects the residents of one village found? Have you looked into the matter?

    Where is the film captured by Amrit Abhijat? Can we see it, please?
  16. Magical Realist Valued Senior Member

    Here's some more background on the event. The crickets they found could not injure anybody and didn't emit lights. The videos were all confiscated by government officials. Mass hysteria? Hysterical over what?

  17. Oystein Registered Senior Member

    UFOs are other seekers who can lead us to an unfolding of ultra-higher consciousness. Reality has always been buzzing with messengers whose third eyes are enveloped in nature. Throughout history, humans have been interacting with the totality via supercharged electrons.
  18. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

    Magical Realist,

    That's an interesting video, and the story is one that grabs me, too. So, I spent about a minute seeing what I could find on the web about this. Here's what I found in that minute.

    The locals called these "face scratchers" Muhnochwa, and that is a good term to search for if you want to find more on this. This dates back to 2002, by the way, so this is old news.

    Here are some quotes. Bolded parts are my highlights.

    We note that people don't agree even on what this flying object looks like, which isn't very encouraging. Its size isn't very obvious from the reports, either. Most injuries are describes as "similar to nail bite" (whatever that means).

    Isn't it strange that wherever skeptics and rationalists show up to investigate, suddenly there is no paranormal or UFO activity any more?

    To summarise: after a minute of searching the web, I found that the muhnochwa was variously described as a tortoise, a football, an insect, ball lightning, a doll, a flying cat, a hawk, and a remote-controlled aircraft. The kinds of injuries most commonly observed were scratches that could well have been self-inflicted. Reports of deaths and serious injuries were hard to track down, but (if they occurred at all) may have been due to ball lightning, which is apparently more likely during a drought in India.

    As usual, the evidence for extraterrestrial visitors in this case is very very weak.

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