A Strange Case Of A Psychic Alien Entity In Australia

07:32 21/05/2022

Among all of the reports of U̳F̳O̳s and a̳l̳i̳e̳n̳s out there, some stand out as particularly odd. Some acounts hold strange details and features that push them truly into a bizarre realm of their own, defying all attempts to understand them. One such case comes to us from the wilds of Australia, and involves U̳F̳O̳s and an enigmetic psychic being that is really hard to categorize.

On the night of July 5, 1972, 27-year-old Maureen Puddy was driving along a lonely stretch of rural road called Alooraduc Road, near Frankston, in Victoria, Australia. That evening she had just visited her son, who had recently been seriously injured by a falling cupboard, at the Royal Children’s’ Hospital in Melbourne, after which she had had tea at her mother’s house and now she was heading to her home, taking a shortcut along a very dark and secluded area. As she looked out into the night with weary eyes, fighting off sleep, her attention was drawn by a blue light that was shining from above down onto her car and the road. Her first thought was that this was a helicopter flying over, although there was no noise, and she decided to stop the car and see what was going on.

When Maureen pulled over and got out of her vehicle, she was shocked to see that this was no helicopter, but rather a “large circular object, like two saucers placed together, with one upside down” and radiating a brilliant blue light all around. The mysterious object was massive, estimated as being around 100 feet across and 24 feet high, and seemed to be composed of a uniform smooth metal that had no discernible joints, rivets, seams, and no windows or openings anywhere on it. It was hovering there motionlessly and emitting a low, almost imperceptible hum. It was not doing anything particularly menacing, but considering what an odd sight it was, Maureen was frightened, getting into her car and driving off.

As she drove along, she noticed that the intense blue light that was illuminating everything almost as if it were daytime did not fade. She looked behind her and was startled to see that the enigmatic object seemed to be following her, pacing her to remain the same distance away no matter how fast she went. It followed her for around 8 miles before abruptly rising and shooting off into the distance in a streak of light, to leave her there stunned and not a little scared. She would report her sighting to the Police at Dromana, who did not take it very seriously at all, and that was that.

Three weeks later, on Tuesday, July 25th, 1972, she visited her son in the hospital again, had tea with her mother as usual, and then headed off home along the same route. By now she had tried to put the memory of that surreal U̳F̳O̳ encounter behind her, but it does not seem to have been over just yet. Once again the blue light appeared over her car, and once again that enormous disk-like object was inscrutably hanging in the air. This time she did not stop her car, rather tearing away as fast as the vehicle would go, but she then found that she was losing control of it. The car began to drift, the steering wheel ignoring her panicked efforts to wrest back control of it. As this was going on, the accelerator also stopped responding, and the vehicle just sort of lost power to careen to the side of the road and roll to a stop, refusing to start again. As Maureen frantically tried to restart the car, all while keeping an eye on the brilliant blue object, she heard a voice in her head, loud and clear as if the one uttering it were standing right next to her, and it gave her the cryptic message “if you could be in a vacuum, then I have been in one.” This voice sounded off-kilter and modulated, as though it were coming from a computer, and it then said to her, “Don’t be afraid … we mean you no harm…..your tests will be negative … tell the media you are now in control,” The object then sped off, the blue light receded, and the car sprang back to life.

Once again she reported the incident to the police, and again they mostly scoffed at it. She then decided to call Laverton R.A.A.F., hoping that they could tell her if it was some sort of aircraft they had been testing. The base told her that there had been no aircraft or balloons in the area at the time, and urged her not to talk about what she had seen. This only added to the oddness of what had happened, leaving her baffled and perplexed. What had happened to her and what did the messages in her head mean? U̳F̳O̳ researcher Judith Magee, of the Victorian U.F.O. Research Society (VU̳F̳O̳RS), who would interview Maureen in later years, would write of it:

Six months later, Maureen began to hear voices in her head again, this time constantly telling her to “go back to the meeting place.” She tried to ignore the voice at first, but it became so insistent, pestering her night and day, that she could barely concentrate on anything. On one occasion she heard a voice calling her name from outside the front door, but she opened it to find no one there, and this voice would follow her around wherever she went, commanding her to go back to the meeting place, which she assumed was that road she had seen the object on. Afraid to go alone, she asked Magee for help, and so a researcher named Paul Norman and herself would accompany her. Oddly, when they entered Maureen’s vehicle Magee felt a slight tingling sensation, and things would get even weirder from there.

Six months later, Maureen began to hear voices in her head again, this time constantly telling her to “go back to the meeting place.” She tried to ignore the voice at first, but it became so insistent, pestering her night and day, that she could barely concentrate on anything. On one occasion she heard a voice calling her name from outside the front door, but she opened it to find no one there, and this voice would follow her around wherever she went, commanding her to go back to the meeting place, which she assumed was that road she had seen the object on. Afraid to go alone, she asked Magee for help, and so a researcher named Paul Norman and herself would accompany her. Oddly, when they entered Maureen’s vehicle Magee felt a slight tingling sensation, and things would get even weirder from there.

Maureen then went into a trance of some kind and told them that she was receiving a vision of the interior of the entity’s ship. She said that she saw a vast circular room, devoid of any furniture but with a large, mushroom-shaped object in the center. This object apparently wiggled slightly as if made of jelly, and was adorned with “lines like those of Roman numerals around the lower portion.” Maureen told the researchers that she was now walking around the room circling this center object, but she then suddenly went into some sort of panic attack or seizure, of which Magee would say of what transpired next:

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