Location: Berlin, Germany
Date: June 27, 1965 Time: 2130
The witness, 5-year-old, Pia Mossbach, who lived with her parents near the banks of the Teltow Canal, looked out the window of her home and was fascinated to see two large moon-like objects hovering nearby. This unusual sight attracted her child-like curiosity. She crawled out the window and ran towards the direction of the Teltow Channel, where one of the objects had descended slowly and apparently landed. The witness approached and saw a large disc-shaped object with a dome on top. Pia hid in the bushes to see what would happen and watched four small men come out of the object. Two of them went in the direction of the canal, apparently to collect water samples. The other two remained in front of the disc. Pia suddenly had to cough and drew the attention of one of the men. He walked slowly up to her and looked at her. His face was human and he touched the girl with a bright object on the left shoulder. At this point Pia lost consciousness. When she regained consciousness, she found herself in a bright room. Above her was a tall man accompanied by a small creature with a large, bald head. The next thing she remembered was that she was back behind the bushes. The object was gone and she had a headache. Irritated, Pia ran back to her house and went to sleep. In the morning she told her mother about the incident. After discovering a small scar on her wrist, her mother believed her. That same night neighbors had apparently seen an unknown craft over the canal. After the incident, Pia began to compose music in an unknown language, apparently the language of the visitors.
HC addition # 53
Source: Michael J. Hesemann, from Etcon Intl Type: G
Reference for the above text is: Humanoid Reports 1965 by Albert Rosales, #94.
UFOCAT PRN – NONE
UFOCAT URN – NONE Humanoid Reports 1965 by Albert Rosales, #94
Europe – Germany, Brandenburg
Berlin Latitude 52-25-00 N, Longitude 013-05-00 E (D-M-S) [populated place - Berlin suburb]
Teltow Canal Latitude 52-26-00 N, Longitude 013-34-00 E [Teltowkanal – canal]
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