ALIEN-9487Following is a transcript of an interview with Mr. Francis P. Wall, a private first class in the U.S. Army during the Korean War….
”This event that I am about to relate to you is the truth, so help me God. (Note 1) It happened in the early Spring of 1951 in the country of Korea. We were in the Army infantry. I was in the 25th Division, 27th Regiment, 2nd Battalion, “Easy” Company (note 2). We were in what is known on the military maps as the Iron Triangle, near Chorwon. We were to the left of Chorwon, just across the mountain ridge from this city – town – whatever you want to call it. It is night. We are located upon the slopes of a mountain, between the fingers of a mountain as they as they run down toward the valley below where there is a Korean village. Previously we have sent our men into this village to warn the populous that we are going to bombard it with artillery. Upon this night that I’m talkin’ about, we were doin’ just that. We had aerial artillery bursts comin’ in. And we suddenly noticed down, with the mountains to our backs, we noticed on our right-hand side what appeared to be a jack-o-lantem come wafting down across the mountain. And at first no one thought anything about it. So we noticed that this thing continued on down to the village to where, indeed, the artillery air bursts were exploding. And we further noted, by the way, it had an orange glow in the beginning, we further noticed that this object would get right into… it was that quick that it could get into the center of an airburst of artillery and yet remain unharmed. And, subsequently, this time element on this, I can’t recall exactly, I would say anywhere from, oh, forty-five minutes to an hour all told but then this object approached us. And it turned a blue-green brilliant light. It’s hard to distinguish the size of it, there’s no way to compare it. It pulsated. The light, that is, was pulsating. It wasn’t, ah, regular. Alright, this object approached us. I asked for and received permission from Lt. Evans, our company commander at that time (note 3), to fire upon this object, of which I did with an M-l rifle with armor-piercing bullets, or rounds in it. And I did hit it. It must have been metallic because you could hear when the projectile slammed into it. “Now why do you say, why would that, ah, bullet damage this craft if the artillery rounds didn’t? I don’t know unless they had dropped their protective field around ‘em, or whatever. That this, ah, technology envisions, that they had to protect it. But the object went wild and it… the light was goin’ on and off and it went off completely once, briefly. And it was moving erratically from side to side as though it might crash to the ground. Then, a sound, which we had heard no sound previous to this, the sound of, like of, ah, you’ve heard diesel locomotives revving up. (Note 4) That’s the way this thing sounded. And, then, we were attacked, I guess you would call it.
In any event, we were swept by some form of a ray that was emitted in pulses, in waves that you could visually see when it was aiming directly at you. That is to say, like a searchlight sweeps around and the segments of light you would see it coming at you. “Now you would feel a burning, tingling sensation all over your body, as though something were penetrating you. And ah, so the company commander, Lt. Evans, hauled us into our bunkers. We didn’t know what was going to happen. We were scared. We did this. These are underground dugouts where you have peep holes to look out to fire at the enemy. So, I’m in my bunker with another man. We’re peeping out at this thing. It hovered over us for a while, lit up the whole area with its light that I’m telling you about, and then I saw it shoot off at a 45 degree angle, it’s that quick, just, it was there and was gone. That quick. And it was as though that was the end of it. But, three days later the entire company of men had to be evacuated by ambulance. They had to cut roads in there and haul them out; they were too weak to walk. And they had dysentery and then subsequently, ah, when the doctors did see them, ah, they had an extremely high white blood cell count which the doctors could not account for. Now let me inform you on this. In the military, especially the Army, each day you file a report, a company report. Now, we had a confab about that. What do we do about this. Do we file it in the report or not? And the consensus was “no.” Because they’d lock every one of us up, and think we were crazy. At that time no such thing as UFO had ever been heard of and we didn’t know what it was. And I still don’t know what it was. But I do know that since that time I have periods of disorientation, memory loss, and ah, I dropped from 180 pounds to 138 pounds after I got back to this country. And I’ve had great difficulty keeping my weight up. Indeed, I’m retired and disabled today.

Автор: Teymur Kasamanli Рубрика: ENGLISH