Stockton-on-Tees Contact Case - Greys, Visitations, UFO Sightings, Missing Time, Paranormal Activity

Birmingham UFO Group Contact Case Report

Author: Dave Hodrien

Release Date: 28/09/2018

In April 2018 I was contacted by a lady named Pat from Stockton-On-Tees, Middlesbrough, via Facebook messenger. She informed me that she had experienced a number of both interesting and terrifying incidents earlier in her life which she wanted to discuss with me. She mentioned that these experiences could not be easily explained, and got her interested in the paranormal. I soon got back to her and over a series of phone conversations we discussed what had happened to her over the years. As you will see, Pat has had a wide variety of experiences, some of which appear to have clear links with contact.

Rectangular UFO Sighting

Pat’s first UFO encounter occurred in 1969 when she was 16. She lived with her family on Loweswater Crescent, Stockton-on-Tees, Teeside. The area is quite rural and near to some open farmer’s fields.

One night she was woken up by a tremendous thundering noise like a constant roaring jet engine. She was not aware of the time as she did not check the clock, but felt that it must have been between 2-4am. Pat got out of bed and walked over to the window to see if she could locate the source of the sound. It was a clear and still night, with stars visible in the sky.

Over the houses on the opposite side of the road about 60 feet up she saw a massive rectangular-shaped object in the sky, flying low over the roofs of the houses. There were red green and blue coloured lights around the edge which were winking on and off at random rather than constantly flashing. Due to the darkness it was hard to tell exactly what colour the object was but it appeared to be dark. It was absolutely huge and Pat assumed the sound was coming from it.

Witness drawing of the rectangular UFO with notes:

Pat did not call her mother as she was too fascinated by the object. She did not own a camera at the time. She got up onto the window ledge to continue observing it. It slowly moved on a straight course to the North West over the nearby technical college. As it moved its shape seemed to change to triangular, probably due to the angle she was viewing it at rather than it physically altering shape. It was now that Pat fully realised how large the object was. If it was indeed over the college then she estimated it was about 200 feet across.

Aerial map showing Loweswater Crescent and the estimated path of the UFO: