The Mystery of the Real Men in Black: Researchers Are Sure They’re Not Human
Ufologists tend to take the “men in black” problem quite seriously. The most common version is that the “men in black” are cyborgs, biorobots sent to Earth by extraterrestrials to conceal the too obvious traces of its visit by unidentified objects, as well as to neutralize those who try with too much zeal to study this phenomenon…
Simply Bought Alien Artifacts
In 1880, New Mexicoers Jerome Clark and Lucius Farish wrote in the pages of the Santa Fe Daily New Mexico that on the evening of March 26, they saw a cigar-shaped flying ship equipped with a huge propeller. There were ten passengers in the open gondola of the strange ship.
The ship turned right and left, changed speed, descended, soared, and sometimes even flew all the way to the ground.
Witnesses claimed that the ship’s passengers greeted them, laughed and shouted something in an unfamiliar language. In general, their behavior was similar to that of intoxicated people. Apparently, this was also reflected in the chaotic flight of the ship. One of the passengers threw several objects overboard.
The newspaper’s editors suggested that the flying boat was nothing more than an airship. At that time, they were already making their first flights, but they were practically uncontrollable and, of course, they could not maneuver like the ship seen by Clark and Farish.
The first controlled flight in an airship equipped with a motor was made in France only four years later, in 1884. In 23 minutes, this airship managed to cover a distance of 8 kilometers.
After some time, a beautiful flower, a strip of silky paper with hieroglyph-like letters, and a very skillfully crafted cup were found near the nearest station.
All of these objects, apparently dropped by the mysterious “airship”, quickly disappeared under very unusual circumstances. A man dressed in black comes to the station and asks the employee to show him the objects he has found. After examining them, he said that the flower was obviously made of man-made materials, since it had not faded, and suggested that the flower and other objects were from Asia.
Then he offered them a sum of money, which the railwayman could not refuse. The objects have not been found so far, despite all efforts.
This case, which took place more than a century ago, at a time when we did not yet hear about UFOs, is surprisingly reminiscent of modern events related to these mysterious objects.
In the archives of ufologists, there is plenty of evidence of the appearance of certain “men in black” who hunt for UFO-related objects, and of eyewitnesses who probably saw something people shouldn’t see.
“Men in black” collect cow carcasses
In 1963, when the American newspapers began to report strange mutilations of cattle, farmer David Russell saw from the veranda of his house an oblong and dark object which maneuvered in the starry sky, gradually descending.
As he approached, the cows and dogs showed great anxiety. And when the object flew over the field, a hatch opened in its lower part and a few objects fell out of it. The object did not react to this in any way and continued to fly, hiding behind the hills.
Before calling the police, Russell decided to go take a look at what had fallen from the mysterious machine. They were pieces of cow carcasses that looked rather unusual. They were all stripped of their skin and bloodless.
The cuts were perfectly regular, particularly visible where the “saw” passed over the bones. The farmer was struck by the fact that the cow carcasses gave off a faint light at the notches of the saw. He returned home and contacted the police by phone.
After a while, he looked out the window and, to his surprise, found that people were already walking near the strange remains. The police couldn’t arrive in such a short time, so Russell went to them to find out who they were.
People were dressed unusually for this remote region: in strict black suits, white shirts and black ties. All had hats on their heads. Unidentified people were stuffing pieces of carcasses into bags. When asked by the farmer, one of them showed him an FBI agent ID card and ordered him to shut up about today’s incident.
For some reason, with bags, they went not to the highway, but to the nearest grove, where they disappeared. Moreover, they carried heavy bags as if they weighed nothing.
The police arrived an hour later. Law enforcement officers were surprised by the farmer’s story. Nevertheless, they informed the authorities, and the next day, FBI agents again came to Russell, but already others, interrogated him and examined the place where the pieces of cow carcasses lay.
Russell did not recount this affair until twenty-five years later. One of the police officers who visited him that night confirmed his account.
UFO wreckage shouldn’t fall into the hands of Earth scientists
An almost similar story happened in 1985 in Minnesota. There, “men in black” were behind the wreckage of a UFO.
On the night of April 28, the Daugherty family was awakened by the sound of an explosion in the sky.
As they exited the house, they saw scattered silver-colored metal fragments. From the outside they were polished and smooth, while from the inside and on the shards they were dapper. Their weight was striking: even the biggest ones weighed next to nothing. The debris was about 2.5 inches thick. The material was very malleable: you could bend it, compress it into a piece, like a piece of clay, and it held its new shape.
The Doughertys had no doubt that it was the wreckage of some kind of spaceship. By law, they were state property, so the head of the family called the police.
Very soon, two jeeps and a large pickup truck approached the house. People dressed in black suits got out. They introduced themselves as police officers. all the debris and load it into a wagon, some of the larger fragments are rolled or crushed into lumps.
Young Dougherty secretly hid the small room in the garage. When everything was collected, the senior “policeman” approached the guy and, looking at him intently, demanded to give the hidden. At the same time, he pointed to the garage. Tom had no choice but to obey.
Later, the real police arrived. The delay was caused by a strange breakdown in their car: halfway through, in a deserted part of the highway, the engine suddenly stalled. It only worked an hour later.
It is not known who came to Dougherty that night, or where the jeep and van went. The head of the family remembered the number of one of the cars, but it turned out that such a number does not exist.
Searching for a van and jeeps turned up nothing. Afterwards, a NASA spokesperson said no spacecraft had fallen into the area.
Deal with unwanted
The “Men in Black” are suspected of a number of murders of scientists involved in military space technology. The famous American writer and researcher Sydney Sheldon compiled a list of 23 such scientists who died in very mysterious circumstances in 1986 alone.
The investigation showed that at least half of them, shortly before their death, had had contact with strangers dressed in black.
Mysterious strangers also visit those who maintain telepathic communication with representatives of other worlds. Visitors, as a rule, demand to cease contact activities, select materials about UFOs and often erase from the memory of contacted persons information received from extraterrestrial correspondents. They often resort to threats and intimidation.
Mexican contactee Alvaro Sernuta, who established a telepathic connection with a certain alien named Zeb, was convinced by his own experience that their threats were not just empty words.
Emerging from a coma after a serious car accident, Sernuta said that the evening before the incident, two people in black suits approached him in the street, whom he mistook for plainclothes police. They told him they knew all about his telepathic contacts and demanded he stop them.
Moreover, they threatened him with severe punishment after the first contact with Zeb. A few days later, Sernuta nevertheless came into contact with an alien and, literally, a few hours later had a car accident.
Apparently, the “men in black” are responsible for Filipino clairvoyant Salagar disappearing in 1992 without a trace.
This story, shrouded in obscurity, has gone unnoticed. Even in the Philippines, hardly anyone wrote about her, because the Catholic Church opposed Salagar.
Prior to his disappearance, Salagar had two visions regarding the near future of Earth and humanity. He saw them in a dream. He remembered it very vaguely. Recognizing their importance and wanting people to get a better idea of them, the seer agreed to undergo regressive hypnosis.
Immersed in it, he described the terrible images he saw of catastrophic events. Among them, a huge tsunami that circled the globe several times, bright flashes in the sky, earthquakes, hurricanes and other disasters. He described these images as if he saw them sideways.
Salagar, a semi-literate peasant who never traveled outside his remote rural area, described in great detail places, houses and even the interiors of houses that really existed and in which he could not be. . It is claimed that Salagar managed to see and remember the date of these flashed events in his first dream.
The clairvoyant disappeared from the hospital during the fourth session of hypnosis to which he was subjected by the psychotherapist Dr. G. Marcos. Marcos himself and the nurse disappeared with him.
All the written, audio and video documents relating to these sessions have also disappeared. Hospital staff and patients swore they saw nothing. But witnesses say that on the evening the three disappeared, people in black suits entered the hospital building.
They were at least two dozen. They looked like security guards or representatives of special services. The hospital management knows nothing of their visit.
Then an interesting story surfaced. One of the hospital workers, who also saw no suspicious people that evening, began to complain of nightmares and frequent headaches. Immersed in hypnosis, she said she saw people in black suits walking around the hospital and, most importantly, how they led Dr. Marcos, a nurse and Sagalar along the hospital corridor.
We must believe that this last episode is very characteristic. According to many ufologists, the currently known reports of “men in black” are only the “tip of the iceberg”.
In fact, there are many more contacts with these creatures, only people don’t remember. The memory of encounters with “space security agents” is erased from the minds of eyewitnesses, as was the case for the workers of this Philippine hospital.