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Sheffield Contact Case Part 2 - Greys, Reptilians, Nordics, Abduction, Mutilation, UFOs, MIB

Updated: Jul 30, 2019

Birmingham UFO Group Case Report

Author: Dave Hodrien

Originally forwarded by Richard Hall

Release Date: 04/09/2011


For reasons of anonymity pseudonyms have been used


Regression Transcript Part Two


I felt that the red sphere incident would be another good incident to look at during the regression. There was a close encounter with a UFO followed by a verified period of missing time. This was a good indicator that something more had taken place and that there were possible lost memories which could be retrieved. Laura also felt that this incident was related to the birth of her son, and wanted to know if this was the case or not. Just as with the first incident we explored, Laura had a stunning recollection of what took place, describing everything in a good level of detail. Below is the second half of the regression transcript, along with several drawings that Laura did afterwards to illustrate what she remembered from it:


R: Now two years after that incident, you were living in Dagenham.

L: Yes.

R: And what happened in November 83 in Dagenham, can you remember? Tell me about it.

L: I wasn’t very well.

R: You were not too well?

L: I had the flu.

R: Ok.

L: I felt terrible.

R: You felt terrible and you had the flu, mhmm.

L: Headache, and a sore throat.

R: Headache and sore throat.

L: And my tummy hurt.

R: Yes.

L: I went up to bed and stayed in bed all day.

R: Mhmm.

L: It was Thursday so Top Of The Pops was going to be on, and I wanted to watch it.

R: Top Of The Pops was going to be on and you wanted to see it, I understand. So what did you do?

L: I told Joseph...

R: Yes.

L: To wake me...

R: Ok.

L: When it was going to be on.

R: So you asked Joseph to wake you when it was going to be on so you could see your favourite programme, is that right?

L: Yes.

R: Ok. And did he wake you at the appropriate time?

L: Yes.

R: And what happened then?

L: I got out of bed.

R: Mhmm.

L: And I was putting my dressing gown on.

R: Got out of bed and put your dressing gown on, yes.

L: And I saw a light where there shouldn’t have been a light.

R: You saw a light where there shouldn’t have been a light. Tell me, were your curtains closed at this time?

L: Yeah.

R: They were closed and you could see a light through the curtains, is that correct?

L: Yes.

R: Ok. So what did you do?

L: I opened the curtains.

R: Uh-huh, you opened the curtains.

L: There shouldn’t have been a light there.

R: There was a light there. What colour was the light?

L: It was red.

R: A red light. How big was this red light Laura?

L: It was really really big.

R: Really really big. Did you have to look up, or was it on a level, or did you look down on this light?

L: I had to look up a little bit.

R: You had to look up a little bit. It was really big. How close was this red light do you think?

L: It was at the end of the garden.

R: The end of the garden, as close as that?

L: Yes. It was at the end of the garden. About thirty foot I think.

R: So you’ve got this big red light, thirty foot at the end of the garden, and you had to look slightly up to see it, is that correct?

L: Yes. It was about fifteen foot across.

R: Fifteen foot across.

L: I’m not very good at judging sizes.

R: That’s fine, you’re doing very well. Was this light circular or was it a different shape?

L: It was a ball of red light.

R: A ball of red light as you looked at it.

L: Yeah.

R: And could you see any detail behind the red light?

L: No.

R: No, it was just a red ball, a massive red light, coming, the light was coming in your direction?

L: Yeah.

R: Was there anything else illuminated in the gardens of the other houses by this light?

L: No.

R: No, ok. And what happened next?

L: There’s someone in the room.

R: There was someone in the room. And you’ve got your eyes open, you’re still looking at the red light?

L: Yeah.

R: Where was this someone in the room?

L: It was down and behind me.

R: Behind you, you were aware of someone behind you.

L: Yes.

R: So what did you do?

L: Turned round for a second.

R: Turned round for a second. And what did you see when you looked behind you?

L: It’s like a little man.

R: Like a little man.

L: Like a little man.

R: How many?

L: He didn’t have any clothes on.

R: He didn’t have any clothes on.

L: No.

R: It was just the one was it?

L: Yeah.

R: Ok. How tall was he would you say, this little man?

L: Umm, maybe about five foot, he was just a little bit shorter than me.

R: I understand. Tell me about his head and his face, could you do that. This is just a memory, you’re perfectly safe. Tell me about his head and his face.

L: Got a really big head.

R: A really big head, mhmm.

L: It looks funny.

R: It looks funny?

L: Mmm.

R: Mhmm.

L: It wasn’t scary, he looks funny.

R: He doesn’t look scary, he looks funny. Tell me how he looks funny Laura. What makes you tell me he looks funny?

L: His head’s too big for his body.

R: His head’s too big for his body. And it’s the proportions that makes you think he looks funny?

L: Yeah. Like a dwarf only not, too thin to be a dwarf.

R: He’s too thin.

L: Like a big, big head and a tiny little body.

R: Ok, he’s got a big head and a tiny body.

L: Mmm.

R: Tell me...

L: Really long arms.

R: Really long arms. What colour is he would you say? What colour is he? He’s got no clothes on, perhaps you’d tell me his colour?

L: Well I haven’t got the light on, but he looks, it looks like his skin’s a kinda greeny-bluey colour.

R: Greeny-blue, that’s fine. Tell me all you can about his head and his face.

L: He’s got a really big head and massive eyes.

R: A really big head and massive eyes. What shape would you describe his eyes?

L: Umm...

R: As best you can.

L: They’re I suppose oval.

R: That’s fine thank you. Big oval eyes. Have they pupils?

L: No they’re just black.

R: The big oval eyes are black, have I got that correctly?

L: Yes, big oval black eyes.

R: Big oval black eyes.

L: No colour.

R: No colour, ok. What about his nose?

L: He doesn’t seem to have one.

R: Doesn’t seem to have a nose, ok. What about his mouth?

L: Little tiny mouth.

R: Little tiny mouth.

L: It looks silly on the rest of him.

R: It looks silly on the rest of him. Has he any ears that you can see?

L: None that I can see, not on the outside.

R: That’s fine. Does he have hair this little chap?

L: No.

R: No. So he’s about five foot tall, his head is disproportionately large to his body...

L: Yeah.

R: He’s got oval dark eyes with no pupils...

L: Yeah.

R: No nose, or not one that you can see, and a tiny mouth, is that correct?

L: Yeah.

R: That’s fine. What about his neck, can you see his neck?

L: It doesn’t look strong enough to hold his head.