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The witness said he was frightened by the entity, but could not move. Pictured: Westhampton, on the East End of Long Island, Hampton County, NY. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

NY witness reports entity in bedroom

A New York witness in Suffolk County reported being woken up by a sound and seeing an entity standing nearby, according to testimony in Case 63119 from the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) witness reporting database.

The witness was asleep in his bed when he woke to a “weird buzzing sound.”

“And I turned and looked and saw some kind of creature about 5 foot, 3 inches, standing silently in my bathroom doorway staring down at me,” the witness stated.

The witness described the entity.

“He wore a blue-ish spacesuit of some kind and had black boots on up to his knees. The outfit covered the whole body except its neck and face, which was horrible looking and very strange. He had a sad look on his face and it appeared like its skin was very wrinkled or had a melted-like appearance.”

The Suffolk County, NY, witness said he was awoken from sleep by a noise and saw an entity standing near his bed. (Credit: Google)

The Suffolk County, NY, witness said he was awoken from sleep by a noise and saw an entity standing near his bed. (Credit: Google)

The witness became very frightened at this point and yelled out and tried to move away.

“I couldn’t move. Then I immediately passed out, which I’d never do if I’m facing something like that – an ugly spaceman in my house. I think it knocked me out somehow even though he just stood still and didn’t move towards me.”

The witness woke up five hours later and the entity was gone.

“I wasn’t sure about reporting this, but I thought after two days went by that maybe someone has seen this creature before. I pray I never see it ever again. I found a weird lump on my back around the shoulder blade that was never there before. And I have a weird pain in my shoulder now. It’s terrible these aliens can come in your home unannounced and late at night. That scares me a lot. I haven’t slept since it occurred.”

The witness also has a memory of an orb.

“I also remember seeing a bright white, glowing orb float past my bathroom window three days before this incident happened. I thought the orb was strange and didn’t pay it any more mind. It was the size of a baseball and was very luminescent. Light came off it like a tail and floated very much like a ghost and was silent. Maybe that’s how they find people. I’m no expert – just a wild guess.”

The witness also recalls seeing an orb the size of a baseball in his home three days earlier and wonders if the two events are connected. Pictured: The Montauk Lighthouse is a landmark of Suffolk County, NY. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

The witness also recalls seeing an orb the size of a baseball in his home three days earlier and wonders if the two events are connected. Pictured: The Montauk Lighthouse is a landmark of Suffolk County, NY. (Credit: Wikimedia Commons)

Suffolk County is a suburban county located in the state of New York, population 1,493,350. Please remember that most sightings can be explained as something natural or man-made. The above quotes were edited for clarity. Please report UFO activity to MUFON.com.

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8 comments

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    Wait….you see a glowing ghostly white ball with a luminescent tail float past your window 1 day & you pretty much say huh….& then blow it off? What exactly DOES it take then? Geez….I mean, if I saw that I’d be freaked the F out to say the least! For starters, I think a few vacation days to ponder the meaning of life would be in order. I just don’t buy that someone sees this, calls it strange, but doesn’t “pay it any more mind”. I’m calling BS because I refuse to accept that humanity is that woefully, hopelessly inept.

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    Cognitive dissonance. Fear of the unknown. It’s not unheard of for people to react this way, especially to momentary phenomena. If it’s not there staring you in the face it’s easy to forget about it – and most people want to forget about anything that isn’t normal.

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    Sure, we have tendencies to repress traumatic experiences but observing something extraordinary is not necessarily the equivalent of experiencing a traumatic event. I think it’s a mistake to automatically jump to the conclusion that both experiences are 1 in the same. They are not. We are not as powerless to our own minds as you’re implying we are. Being witness to an inexplicable phenomenon does not simply put the brain on auto pilot. We still have the ability to think, to wonder, to question, to feel, etc. What’s the more likely explanation here? This person is simply lying, or this person saw a floating orb outside his window & didn’t think much of it because it didn’t introduce itself & stay for tea? I don’t buy it. But that’s just my opinion.

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    I believe him. Recently, I awoke in the middle of the night to see a revolving red orb-like light outside my bathroom window. While finding it very odd, things like that are easy enough to explain away with “real world” explanations, such as “it must be a reflection..” Perhaps in retrospect, the orb outside his window had more significance when taken in context with the bedroom visitor.

  5. avatar

    i have a number of photos of the brilliant sphere spoken of, and I had concluded that it was extra terrestrial as opposed to the many photos of spirit orbs. I have taken over 8 years. In one instance the brilliant white sphere had two small weird companions flying with it.

  6. avatar

    did you get an x-ray of your shoulder done?

  7. avatar

    Cody, you’re producing false equivalencies and dichotomies. There are many reasons to disbelieve this report, but your reasoning doesn’t hold up to scrutiny either.

  8. avatar

    “NY Bedroom Encounter Fits MO” is the title of my latest blog post at #GOERMAN.

    Case 63119 fits their Modus Operandi perfectly.

    How often do these nonhuman intruders carry out their agenda in your home while you slumber peacefully in your bed?

    Valuable information is lost when genuine encounters are dismissed as ASP-induced hallucinations by eyewitnesses who are comforted by this advice, whether this counsel originates with the medical community or comes from a book or website on sleep paralysis. It is less upsetting to believe that it was all just a dream, rather than confront the fact that these entities can violate our homes with impunity.

    These incidents merit immediate and serious study.

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