Monday, January 24, 2011
She was three metres tall, had 12 fingers and braided leg hair - and she wanted to make love with him, Meng Zhaoguo said.
So the farmer from Heilongjiang and the robust extra-terrestrial seductress had intimate moments - while levitating - for about 40 minutes, claims Meng, who is the protagonist of what is perhaps China's best-known alien abduction report.
Meng says he was working outside in Heilongjiang's Wuchang in 1994, when he saw a metallic shimmering on a mountainside. He went to investigate, believing it was likely a downed helicopter, when he blacked out.
When he came to, he was confused and unable to communicate with other people. He had also developed an extreme fear of anything made of iron.
Later that night, the female humanoid visited him, he says.
"I didn't believe in aliens before I actually met them," he tells China Daily. "Seeing is believing. We cannot explain UFOs and aliens because our technology isn't advanced enough. But that doesn't mean such things don't exist."
He passed a lie detector test conducted by the police.
Posted by Economic Analyst at 2:45 PM
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Monday, January 10, 2011
When you think about horned creatures, a few come to mind instantly: rhinos, bulls, unicorns, the devil. Amazingly, humans are part of that group more often than you might think.
Huang Yuanfan, 84, of Ziyuan, China, is the latest person to report an unusual growth protruding from the head. His horn began growing two years ago and has reached a length of 3 inches, according to Metro.co.uk and other British news sites.
When it began as a small bump, Huang said he tried picking at it and even filing it, but the horn persevered and kept growing.
Posted by Economic Analyst at 7:13 PM