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'Alien' Sighting Haunts UK Man

'Alien' Sighting Haunts UK Man

A driver in England claims that he witnessed some kind of 'alien' entity on the side of the road last Thursday afternoon and the experience has left him deeply shaken.

Sharing his remarkable story with a local media outlet, the anonymous man said that the incident took place at around three in the afternoon as he was passing through the town of Yoevel.

During what would otherwise be a routine drive, he allegedly noticed a tall, dark figure that seemed to be wearing a Stetson hat.

Intrigued by the odd stranger, the man slowed down as he approached the perceived person and realized that the 'being' looked to be about seven feet tall!

Even weirder, the witness told Somerset Live that the entity had "this long thin tube coming from the top of it and spikes coming out of the side. The middle bit of it was like moleskin and hairy."

According to the man, the anomalous figure stood motionless inside of a box that was shooting off sparks.

The strange encounter, he lamented, has left him struggling to sleep as he attempts to decipher what exactly it was that he saw on the side of the road last week.

UFO enthusiasts will likely suggest that the man inadvertently spotted an alien in transit, perhaps arriving here on Earth, while skeptics may argue that the unfortunate driver had been hoaxed by pranksters.

Based on the man's decision to remain anonymous when sharing his story, it stands to reason that he is not fabricating the tale, since there's no 'glory' in being an unnamed alien witness.

It's likely that we'll never really know what he saw during that brief and bizarre moment, but hopefully the man eventually find peace with the puzzle that was unwittingly thrust upon him.

Source: Somerset Live

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