8 Amazing Stories From People Who Have Met Aliens

1. Implants

Alien Chestburster
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So user UnknownQTY tells us about the time they removed a mysterious "implant" from under their skin.

I've seen a couple of weird lights occasionally, and I have no recollection of being abducted, BUT...

When I was 12 or so, I felt something hard and round in my earlobe. I told everyone and they said it was just an under-the-skin zit, pretty normal for someone my age. But it was there for SIX MONTHS.

Annoyed, I decided to do some self surgery. I could feel it very near the surface and poked a hole in my ear with a sterilized needle. Blood, f**king everywhere, I could feel this thing and I squeezed up, towards the hole I just pierced. Out pops this tiny metal... ball. Maybe half the size of a BB. It was black metal, completely spherical, with an indentation around the center, and teeny tiny golf ball-like indentations.

As I was rolling it around in my blood-covered pictures, it slipped, spun around the sink a couple of times and fell down the drain. At 12, I had no idea what the f**k to do with it and my parents didn't believe a word I said and told me to just put some tea tree oil on my zits next time... I have never had anything like it since.

Could this be some kind of tracking device put there by aliens? The body surely doesn't spontaneously produce metal lumps.

Except sometimes it does. Another user commented with a similar experience, but they also had pictures of the object. That turned out to be a build up of skin, dirt and hair that sort of petrifies and looks for all the world like a metal pellet. Alternatively, it could have been something like an earring that got assimilated into the skin and forgotten. Because OP didn't save their original specimen, we obviously can't be sure.

What do you think, can all alien encounters be attributed to Earthly sources, or is there something else going on?

Have you even had an experience you can't explain? Let us know in the comments.

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