1991 has been an unprecedented year for sightings and encounters in the Antelope Valley of California embracing the cities of Palmdale, Lancaster, and Rosamond.
I was investigating the reports of sightings associated with a Northrop Skunkworks facility in the Tehachapi Mountains on the north side of the valley when I heard about two witnesses who had experiences of missing time. These two women, Pam and Jackie, lived within eyeball range of the facility and had experienced a number of strange events. In addition, Jackie, who could see the facility clearly from her property in the high desert, reported two daylight sightings. In each case she contends that she witnessed a large disk ascend from the facility and move eastward along the base of the Tehachapis. Construction workers have informed me that the facility itself has several underground levels.
On the evening of May 14, 1991, Pam had her strangest encounter ever. Shortly after 11:00 p.m. she reports that three "grays" appeared by her bedside and started to lift her off the bed. She lives in a large, custom-built pentagonal desert home that has one large room without partitions. The kitchen, bedroom and living room are open to one another. She started to struggle with the grays — the four-and-a-half-foot category — when she spotted a human in the living room area. A man, dressed all in black, was holding a device that resembled a small TV and dangling a cord. Pam heard the man say, "You have no electricity."
At this point she somehow freed herself from the entities and went to grab a light cord that would switch on a light from her twelve-volt system. The light would not come on. She then yelled for her husband to awaken. Events then took a bizarre turn.
Hearing her 100-pound Labrador barking in the yard, she and her husband went to the north-facing kitchen window. Her attention was drawn to a man who lay prone on a projecting part of the roof near a ladder. The man was dressed in full-dress Air Force blues. The three grays were now on the ground below the man as well as a K-9 sentry dog that was poised to attack Pam's dog, Casey. In the sky over the yard there were a number of red lights. The man yelled to the grays, "Get her out of the house," while Pam yelled back, "Don't kill my dog."
In the wake of this panic, Pam next remembers standing alone outside and behind their generator shack. The man, the dog, the grays, and her husband were no longer in sight. Red lights were revolving above her and a thick fog was emanating from ports set around the large craft hovering above. Her next memory was that of awakening, seated on her bed at 3:50 a.m.
I had arrived at Pam's place the next morning and spent all day with her. That evening we had a local certified hypnotherapist, Miranda Cunha, regress Pam through the incident. We discovered a mental block in the missing time period. A few tidbits emerged from this session. It seems Pam believes that she may have been taken to a base inside the Tehachapis (the second case that reported this) and that she was cautioned not to reveal what she knows. She felt very threatened by this incident.
This is just a brief recounting of only one of Pam's encounters, but significant for its mention of human involvement and its disturbing implications. Pam is a good observer and very precise about her experiences. Jackie reports seeing Pam's yard enveloped in a fog that same night, but does not remember seeing the lights which may have been directed downward and obscured by the fog screen put out by the object. Since that night Pam has also been buzzed by low-flying helicopters. One military helicopter hovered less than a hundred feet over her yard. Her yard comprises two-and-a-half acres of desert property.
Reference for the above text is: MUFON UFO Journal, #286, February 1992, p. 3, “Light Show over Lancaster” by Bill Hamilton.
UFOCAT PRN 113835
Lancaster Latitude 34-41-53 N, Longitude 118-08-12 W [populated place]
Tehachapi Mountains Latitude 34-55-00 N, Longitude 118-40-03 W [range- Kern County]
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