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De: "Luis R. Gonzalez" <lrgm@movistar.es>
Título: Se busca
Fecha: Wed, 10 Oct 2012 10:26:57 +0200
Para: "Ignacio Darnaude" <ummo@hispavista.com>
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Hola Ignacio,
 
Espero que la presente te encuentre bien de salud, y capeando el temporal en lo demás... Sonrisa
 
Te escribo porque actualizando mi catálogo de abducciones me encontré con el extracto abajo indicado y soy incapaz de encontrar mi fuente. Seguramente fue una de esas notas en inglés que hacías circular hace años. ¿Podrías localizarla y escanearla para mí? Muchas gracias de antemano por las molestias. Supongo que tú te enterarías del incidente años después. ¿puedes detallarme las circunstancias?
 
En Noviembre tengo que ir por Sevilla y me gustaría visitarte. ¿Estarás por ahí?
 
Saludos,
 
Luis R. Gonzalez
 
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1950

Sevilla (Spain)

Two elderly spinsters, began telling family members and close associates that they were going through some rough times due to the interference of certain ?Martians? or ?extraterrestrials? (a term hardly used in Spain during the time) who were keeping a watch on them and would sometimes ?experiment? with them. The bizarre extraterrestrials supposedly had the ability to enter their homes through closed doors and walls and would sometimes place strange apparatuses around their heads, which caused them extreme pain. At night they would hear the footsteps of the intruders in their home and other noises caused by the same intruders. There is no exact description of the extraterrestrials, except that they were apparently man-like. The elderly sisters reported the intrusions to the local police, which promptly ignored them. The intrusions continued in earnest especially when it involved a strange ?machine? that emitted beams or rays. According to the sisters the constant bombardment of these rays contributed to their failing health. Several years after the incidents were reported by the sisters, one of them died as a result of lung cancer, the other sister never did mention any more intrusions after that.

Sources: Ignacio Darnaude, Miguel Peyro Garcia


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