Sunday, January 27, 2013

UFOs, Aliens, Car Wrecks, Alcohol, Is More to these Stories

Here are two case both involving UFOs/Aliens, car wrecks and Alcohol. This unlikely combination of events occurred withing 5 days of each other. The first one in a desolate part of Australia outside the city of Brisbane, the second one occurred not too far from Atlanta Georgia in the Loganville area of Walton County. Many people are very quick to dismiss these incidents out of hand because these people were driving under the influence but when you read these stories, particularly the one from Australia there seems to be more than meets the eye. 




Alien spacecraft' caused car crash


This first story was reported by the Australian Queensland Time on Jan 22, 2012. TWO men who walked away from a car crash near Brisbane's Wivenhoe Dam claimed to be chasing an alien spacecraft when found by police.

Police and the driver's insurance company received several sketchy phone calls from the men, who appeared to be convinced paranormal activity caused the crash.

Police received the first call from the men at 2.25am on Friday, saying they had been in an accident at Split Yard Creek and asked for the RAAF to attend.

It later became apparent the car had gone off the road and down an embankment near the Split Yard Creek bridge.

The phone call dropped out, and after 30 minutes of trying to contact the men, police received a call from RACQ Insurance.

Police said the conversations with the men were vague and at times barely understandable.

The men began to ''freak out'', telling the insurance company they were about to disappear and referred to the area as the Bermuda Triangle, police said.

Police called the men back, with the second male answering the phone, telling police there were ''some really weird things going on'' and they had abandoned the car.

Police received another call from the men at 4am, claiming that ''something paranormal'' had occurred and ''big bright lights'' caused the car accident.

Police found the men at 4.10am at the intersection of Wivenhoe-Somerset and Hyne roads. They were armed with knives and appeared to be protecting themselves.

The men became aggressive, claiming ''there were more of them around''.

The car's driver was breathalysed. He was over the limit and given a notice to appear in court.

One of the men was charged with assaulting a police officer.






DUI Suspect Flees Scene of Wreck, Says Aliens Transported Him


The second incident was reported by the Loganville-GraysonPatch from Georgia, USA. A man was charged with driving under the influence and failing in duty after striking a fixed object following an incident that happened in the early morning hours of Jan. 21, 2013 in the Loganville area of Walton County. His female passenger was transported to Clearview Regional Medical Center.


According to the report from the Walton County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to a 911 call after 4 a.m. Monday morning to find a woman in the parking lot of Center Hill Church, bleeding profusely. She is reported to have called 911 claiming someone was trying to kill her. Deputies found a vehicle in the ditch at Highway 20 and Moon Road with the engine running, the wheels still spinning and the two front doors open. Nobody was inside.


The woman reportedly was unable to give deputies any details, but officers were able to identify her by details in her purse. A cell phone also was located with a profile of a man named Joel Lankford.


While deputies were working the scene, a call came in regarding a prowler on the front porch of a home on Escoe Road, which was a short distance away. Deputies responded and, when confronted, the reported prowler identified himself as Joel Lankford. When asked what he was doing there, he is reported to have told officers that the aliens brought him there. According to the report, he told officers he thought he was in Lilburn.


Lankford was taken back to the scene of the wreck and deputies reported that he appeared to be very unsteady on his feet and had the smell of alcohol on his breath. He was arrested and charged with DUI and failing in his duty after striking a fixed object. The woman was transported to the hospital.


A spokesman with the WCSO said the incident is still under investigation.
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