Reported by Laura B from 188.8.131.52.res-cmts.mlf.ptd.net (184.108.40.206) on Tuesday, November 30, 2004 at 9:21AM :
With that fact established, I'd like to recall a harrowing experience as a 14-year old teenage girl. Unlike most of the accounts of which I've read, at 14 years old, I was more interested in boys, make-up , clothes and movie stars and I wasn't as fascinated by UFOs as some of the writers on the subject. Though I've watched some science fiction movies on TV and the big screen, but it wasn't like I was obsessed with them that I thought of nothing else. I had a life too.
But it didn't happened in the USA. It happened when I was living in Malaysia and I was a popular, carefree, boy-crazy 14 year old teenage girl living in a little city in the southernmost portion of that country.
It was a regular night, after I had finished with my homework, I said goodnight to my parents and my two other little sisters. I shared a big bedroom with my other two siblings, each of us had our own bed. My bed was closest to the door and the windows. I recall being able to sleep quite easily that night, nodding gradually and subsequently falling into a deep, deep sleep.
I am not aware of how much time has passed before I remember being in a state of utter paralysis and of my whole body being transported into an awaiting spacecraft that was hovering over the roof of my parents' house. But somehow, I don't seem to recall seeing any images of aliens but what I do remember to this day was that I felt that I was being observed and the "presence" surrounding me was very real and very frightening.
Since I was paralyzed, I was unable to put up a struggle. I was then placed on an what seemed like an operating table in an extremely bright room. As I'm writing this account for the very first time in my life after so very many years has elapsed, a certain part of my memory won't allow me to recall the images of the aliens--I don't know why. I recall being observed and examined but I still cannot place the images of the aliens.
What I do remember after that "observation" was that I was transported back on my bed and I woke up the following morning feeling extremely drained ,very shaken and confused as to whether I should tell my parents or my friends in school. I decided not to because I didn't want everyone to think that their favorite cheerleader turned into a Looney Tune overnight. For years that was my best-kept secret....but that wasn't the ONLY incident, my one other incident was when I was about three or four years old---but that's another story......