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Southampton Contact Case (Part 3) - Greys, Hybrids, Abductions, Body Markings, Implants, Paranormal

Birmingham UFO Group Case Report

Author: Dave Hodrien

Release Date: 05/05/2018

Note: For reasons of anonymity pseudonyms hav been used for some witnesses and certain location names have been omitted

Possible Implant & Hole through Arm

One day in the spring of 2014 Tina went round to visit her mother. When she grabbed hold of the door handle with her right hand she felt a sharp pain. When she checked her hand she saw that there was a small lump under the surface of the skin, about 5mm across. It was situated a couple of inches below her middle finger.

The lump continued to cause her irritation so she decided to visit her GP to enquire about it. He performed an X-Ray and informed her that there was something present inside her hand but was unable to confirm exactly what it was. He referred her to the hospital for day surgery to have it removed. Several days later she received the appointment via letter.

The operation was only minor and was over extremely fast. Within several minutes the object was removed from her hand under local anaesthetic using surgical scissors.

Drawing of the object held in surgical scissors:

Tina only got a quick glimpse of the object. It appeared to be a black slimy looking spherical object a few millimetres across, possibly covered in a membrane. Attached to either side of it was a black and grey membrane with white at each end.

Drawing showing an enlarged view of the extracted object:

The surgeon swiftly placed the object into a small glass jar and it was taken away. He then sewed up her hand, then put a pressure bandage on her right arm up to the elbow.

Scar left on Tina’s hand from the operation:

After the operation Tina noted that the surgeon and others present seemed puzzled. When she asked about what had been removed they informed her that they had not seen anything like it before, and that it had to be sent off for further analysis. She was asked to return to her GP two days later to have the bandage removed.

During the following night Tina saw a white flash of light and woke up with a start. She then realised her hand was no longer aching, where as it had been when she had gone to sleep. Looking at her right arm she noticed a drop of blood close to her elbow. When she pulled back the bandage to check she found a neat round hole either side of her arm. There was no pain at all and the holes seemed clean, the only blood being the drop which had seeped into the bandage!

In the morning she returned to her GP as scheduled. When she showed him the holes in her arm he was extremely shocked. He exclaimed “Tina did you fall over? Have you impaled yourself on something? What happened?” She explained that she had just gone to bed like normal and had not injured her arm in any way. He was fascinated by the wounds and lifted up her arm and squeezed her skin and hand in various ways.

He confirmed to her that the hole went right through her arm, and that he had never seen anything like it before. He was amazed that there was no pain or swelling, and hardly any blood seeping from the holes. He was also concerned that perhaps this was down to nerve damage in her arm, but soon confirmed that this was not the case. He said that he did not want to stitch up the wounds as he could not explain how they had occurred.

The only sensation Tina had that the wounds were there at all was slight irritation which lasted less than a day. Within several days the holes had healed over with skin leaving dark red-brown coloured circular scars. These scars are still clearly visible today.

Photographs of the scars caused by the hole through Tina’s right arm:

Could the object which was removed have been another implant? It certainly appears quite similar to the object that Tina got Gavin to extract back in 1999. If so this would explain why the surgeons were so puzzled by it. It is a shame that they never informed Tina of what it could potentially be.

If it was an implant that was extracted, perhaps Tina had a contact experience during the night as a result of this extraction. If so, then the hole through her arm could have been caused by an instrument which was used on her during this experience. It is hard to put this injury down to something mundane. There was nothing in Tina’s house which could have accounted for the injury, and she would have had to have pushed her arm against something extremely forcefully for it to have punctured a neat hole right the way through. She is not prone to sleep walking or thrashing her arms about in her sleep. And of course if she had somehow managed to injure herself in this way she would have woken up in agonising pain. There would also have been much more blood and irritation around the entry and exit hole.

The fact that the injury occurred just a day after the object was removed from her hand certainly suggests that they may have been related. If so, this is the most extreme injury I have ever investigated relating to contact.

Partner’s Abduction

In August or September of 2015 Tina and her partner Richard decided to have an early night. It was very hot so they left the windows open and the blinds up. It was a full moon and the stars were visible in the sky. As she lay in bed Tina suddenly began to feel worried and alert, but didn’t know why. After a while the feeling went away and she settled down to sleep on the left side of the bed like usual.

She awoke at some point during the night. She was in a foetal position facing to the right and could not move. She realised that Mark was missing from alongside her. Her eyes seemed to be bulging out more than usual, and the bed sheets were also drawn back.

Standing in the room close to the door about 3 feet away was a strange being. It had milky white luminescent skin and was about 3.5 feet tall. It was very slender like a Grey. However its head appeared to be shaped like a flattened cylinder, almost like a biscuit tin. Beyond it was a glowing blue-green light with no determinate source.

The being was facing side on to Tina, so she could not see its facial features, but could see the side of, and even part of the back of, its head. Around the side of its head was a raised ridge which reminded her of a bandage. The back of its head looked less smooth than the sides, and was covered in lumps which reminded her of mashed potato.

Drawing showing the flat-faced being:

As Tina watched, the being leant forward bending at the hip. It appeared to be looking at a photograph and several teddy bears that were on the bedside table alongside Richard’s side of the bed. Tina felt sure that the being knew she was awake and observing it, but it did not interact with her in any way. The last thing Tina recalls is seeing a bright white flash of light.

Drawing showing the position of the being and the bedside table:

She woke up in the morning like usual. Richard was back alongside her. He appeared to have no recollection of anything odd taking place. However he soon began to complain that he felt unwell and that his throat hurt. Tina did not want to worry him so did not mention what had happened during the night.

Unfortunately Richard did not recover and his symptoms steadily got worse and worse from that point. He also began to lose weight at an alarming rate. About six weeks later, Tina finally informed him about what had taken place. He was quite disturbed by what she told him.

In the end Tina took him to see a specialist at the hospital. When they performed a blood test they discovered that, similar to Tina, the level of one of his enzymes was massively higher than normal. However instead of ALT, it was his level of Amylase, an enzyme produced by the pancreas. The level was so high that the specialist felt he did not have long to live. At first they assumed it may be cancer, however when they performed a scan they could find no sign of that.

Both he and Tina had also began to suffer from pains in their chest. When further tests were performed the doctors discovered they both had stomach ulcers at exactly the same place!

Medical notes confirming Tina’s and Richard’s stomach ulcers: