12-058-CE5 (Baltimore, MD)


Synopsis: On or about July 29th, 2011, while vacationing at a condominium with his family in Ocean City, MD, the witness awoke from a very realistic dream to find a blue-colored furry “troll-looking creature” crouched down beside his bed looking at him. When he fully awoke, at approximately 8am, he went to the bathroom.  At this point, he looked down at his left arm and found an oddly shaped metallic object partially imbedded in his arm.  The witness extracted the object easily and determined to have it analyzed, so he put it in a zip-lock bag and placed the bag on the bedroom counter, placing his wallet over the baggie.  The next day, he went to examine the object and found it was missing and that the edge of the baggie was “burned out” at one corner. (Investigator note: Witness claims he is a lifelong contactee and has observed UFOs  and/or other aerial phenomena his entire life).

Evidence Submitted: Sketch of extraterrestrial entity and the Ziploc bag the alleged extraterrestrial implant was stored in.

Initial Action: This UFO case was opened as a CE5 – abducted witness whom suffers from physical or psychological injuries.

Investigation and Findings: The investigators traveled to Timonium, MD and interviewed the witness of this investigation. During the interview, and subsequent email communication, the witness could not recall the exact date the event took place. This uncertainty made it difficult for the investigators to gather exacting facts for the investigation, i.e., weather conditions, data on other reported sightings in the area during the time-frame, etc.  Nonetheless, the Lead Investigator checked other sightings reported in the Ocean City area during the mid-July to early August 2011 period and could find nothing correlating.  Lead Investigator also checked information on other types of reported Alien Implants and found nothing correlating to the witness’s description of the artifact found in his arm.  The Lead Investigator also telephonically interviewed witness’s father, a medical doctor, who was present at the vacation condominium during this incident.  The father states that he felt his son merely had a very realistic dream; that the artifact found in his son’s arm was actually a mundane metal sliver shaving overlooked until the morning of the reported incident. The Lead Investigator asked the father if he felt his son was prone to lie or exaggerate and the Father said no.  Rather, his son is mistaking a dream with reality.  Lastly, forensics of the Ziploc bag, including standard luminol testing and burn replication, did not find any traces of blood or a chemical residue that would explain the burned hole on the bag.

Object Details: Unidentified

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