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Numerous visitors look for proof of alien as villagers insisted

Source: Manager Online September 12, 2005

 
 

Summary: Numbers of visitors to Mae Jan District looked for proof of the alien at the scene. The villagers still believed that what they witnessed was a mysterious entity or an extra-terrestrial being.



Numerous visitors look for proof of alien as villagers insisted
no story fabricated

By Manager Online September 12, 2005 10:15 am

(Picture) Sketch of the entity claimed to be an alien witnessed
by the villagers, which resembled a doll with a head, body,
legs, two large red eyes, yellowish red skin, and no arms

Click on the picture to enlarge.

(Picture) Villagers looking at the sketch they made

Chiang Rai - Numbers of visitors to Mae Jan District looked for
proof of the alien at the scene. The villagers still believed
that what they witnessed was a mysterious entity or an extra-
terrestrial being. Government agencies equipped with advanced
technology were urged to investigate into the issue, as a
floating fire had been sighted to fall on the scene before the
entity was witnessed.

(Picture) Rice field where alien sighting was claimed

In response to the news on the villagersí witnessing an alien at
an area in Mae Jan District, Chiang Rai Province, our reporter
visited Huay Nam Rak Village, Moo 5, Jan Jawa Subdistrict, Mae
Jan District, Chiang Rai Province, to investigate the issue
further. Groups of villagers were seen gathering in the village
and the rice field discussing about the incident. After there
were news reports through the media, the scene received
significant numbers of visitors and those interested in
mysteries. The rain did not seem to be their obstacle.

(Picture) Groups of villagers gathering to discuss about the
incident witnessed

(Picture) Some visitors who were fully equipped for
investigating

The scene the alien sighting was claimed was in the rice farm of
Ti Kitkangbon. It was a ridge through the paddy field. Go-ko 6
rice, which was 1 foot in height, was grown in the field along
with lemongrass. There were no sign of unusual things, and no
trace of the ground being stepped on by the entity. There were
only footprints of visitors.

Buapan Lawichai, residing at 206 Huay Nam Rak Village, Moo 5,
Jan Jawa Subdistrict, Mae Jan District, Chiang Rai Province,
said she witnessed a 1-meter tall entity which had large ears,
large eyes, and golden skin. It was standing and moving in the
middle of the rice farm for several hours in the morning of
August 31, 2005. She said now at night people tried to avoid
passing the scene, because they were afraid of being kidnapped
by the alien like a movie.

Kamma Pinsaimoon, 50, Huay Nam Rak resident, said he saw an
object that looked like a child floating into the sky being 50
meters above the ground, without any sound made and wings. At
the time of witnessing, the object turned black and disappeared
in the sky. He was definitely certain that what he saw was not a
bird, but still could not identify the object.

Somkit Kriangkraimoon, 31, Huay Nam Rak resident, said on August
31, 2005 he saw a strange object that resembled a doll. It had a
head, body, legs, but no arms. Its two eyes were red, and the
skin was yellowish red, like the color of red bricks. It stood
unsteadily in the middle of the field. He initially thought it
was a scarecrow, so he stopped paying attention. However, as
seeing that object moving slowly and unsteadily like it was
walking on water surface, he realized that he had been
witnessing some incident which he insisted was not fabricated
truth.

Kittikasem Ratanakosa, 30, an employee of a hotel in Chiang San
District, said he himself did not witness the incident. After
hearing about it, he visited the scene and hoped for scientific
investigation, such as examining rocks or soil in the area. He
said this was because he heard that a floating fire had been
sighted to fall on the scene the night before the claimed
incident of alien sighting. From his investigation, he did not
find any evidence.

Wisit Sittisombat, Mae Jan District chief, said his visit to the
scene after the incident suggested that there was no evidence to
consider the entity seen by the villagers as an alien. Indeed,
it was not possible right now to identify the entity. He did not
comment on the fact that Huay Nam Rak Village was visited by
numerous people, as there was no point in stopping people from
following their personal belief. Looking on the bright side, the
villagers could be making money from selling food and drinks.

Yongyut Tiyapairat, Minister of Natural Resources and
Environment, who was on his business trip to Paya Mengrai
District and Wiangchai District, Chiang Rai Province, said he
had not yet made a journey to his hometown of Sansai
Subdistrict, Mae Jan District, so he did not know what exactly
had been witnessed by the villagers.



Article ID: 568

 
       


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