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Public stirred by "alien sighting" rumor in Chiang Rai

Source: Manager Online September 10, 2005

 
 

Summary: Mae Jan District residents were excited over the sight of the unidentified entity floating into the sky above the rice farm. They believed it was an extra-terrestrial being.



Public stirred by "alien sighting" rumor in Chiang Rai

By Manager Online September 10, 2005 09:35 pm

Click on the picture to enlarge.

(Picture) Sketch of a strange-looking entity that resembled an
alien being seen by villagers at a rice field in the village

Chiang Rai- Mae Jan District residents were excited over the
sight of the unidentified entity floating into the sky above the
rice farm. They believed it was an extra-terrestrial being.
Several groups of people have been visiting the seen. The
district chief was still in doubt, as many of the villagers
insisted they witnessed the entity but failed to identify what
it was. Witnessesí drawings were the only evidence obtained.
Police were not yet able to find any proof of such incident.

In response to the news on the villagersí witnessing an alien,
our reporter visited Huay Nam Rak Village, Moo 5, Jan Jawa
Subdistrict, Mae Jan District, Chiang Rai Province on September
9, 2005. There have been over 100 visitors per day gathering
along the rice field to discuss about the incident.

(Picture) Villager showing the spot where alien witnessing was
claimed

The scene is a large wide green rice farm. The spot where the
villagers claimed they had encountered the incident was in the
rice field of Ti Kitkangbon, 69. A lot of villagers reported
that on September 31, 2005, around 06:30 am, they saw an
unidentified entity that looked like a doll, being 1 meter in
height. Its body was light yellow. It had large eyes, large
ears, and skinny legs. They had initially thought the entity was
a scarecrow.

(Picture) Group of villagers who claimed that they witnessed the
unidentified object

Around 10:00 am, on the same day, the unidentified entity
floated into the sky, seemingly with some energy, and
disappeared. The witnesses were shocked. They discussed about
the incident in groups, believing the entity seen could be an
alien like that in a Hollywood film. Unfortunately, the
villagers did not have any camera to photograph the incident, so
there was no evidence. They sketched the entity witnessed that
looked like a cartoon character. Some of them said the entity
looked like Casper the friendly ghost.

(Picture) Group of villagers who claimed that they witnessed the
unidentified object

Sawaeng Bunratchasak, 51, resident of the particular village,
said he was not drunk, and not using drugs when witnessing the
incident. That morning he saw an unidentified identity that
resembled a scarecrow. He did not take that seriously until
Kamma told him that the entity had floated away and disappeared.
He, then, became excited.

Kamma Pinsaimoon, 56, said that at the beginning he thought the
entity was a scarecrow used by Ti, the rice farm owner, to keep
ducks away. As he observed further, he found out that the entity
moved around, and then realized that it was not a scarecrow. He
watched it until 10:30 am when the entity stretched, floated
above an electricity pole into the sky, and disappeared like a
soaring rocket.

Buapan Lawichai witnessed the entity in the morning, around
06:30 am, on August 31, 2005. She said it had a large round head
that looked like a light bulb, red eyes, and yellowish skin. It
floated unsteadily above the rice in the felid, as if it had
very little energy.

Wisit Sittisombat, Mae Jan District chief, said after visiting
the scene that it was not possible to identify the entity seen
by the villagers. Due to the fact that many of the witnesses
confirmed the sighting, he did not believe that the incident was
fabricated truth. He was working on an investigation into the
issue. Everyday there were a number of people and media visiting
the sight. The entity witnessed still remained unidentified.

Pol. Col. Kittisin Kongtaweepan, superintendent of Mae Jan
District Police Station, Chiang Rai Province, said there was
neither evidence for identifying the entity witnessed by the
villagers, nor for concluding that it was an alien. According to
the investigation, there was no trace of the rice being damaged
and no other proof. Police officers were assigned to watch the
scene due to a great number of visitors.



Article ID: 569

 
       


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