|Title||LATE SUMMER 2008 – TOWNHILL, SWANSEA|
|Tags||Sighting Lights Abduction|
|Date||Wednesday, 27th of August 2008|
LATE SUMMER 2008 – TOWNHILL, SWANSEA
Witness – Nigel Morgan says he thinks it was late summer because the children next door were collecting for the harvest festival and he gave them some tins of soup and that helped him to remember the time of year. One night about 2 AM, he awoke from a night paralysis episode, and experiencing a feeling of being watched, in bed at home at Gomer Gardens, Townhill, Swansea.
He was usually a light sleeper due to suffering with arthritis in his spine, and he suddenly got up and went to the window and shouted out: “No stop it! You can’t take her!”
In the street he said he saw a blonde woman standing on the pavement his side of the road, and a beam of light shone down onto her from above. She was lifting off the ground and suddenly all was gone in an instant. He did not recognise the woman.
He dressed and went outside, after which he has no recollection until waking up again in his bed, but fully clothed, with shoes on.
Source: SUFON Files: witness interviewed by Emlyn Williams 24 October 2015.
Case last edited: Wed 13th November 2019 20:19 PM