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CLAIMS OF ABDUCTION IN MEXICO:

The article underneath was published in the daily newspaper La Presse, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, page A3, on November 4, 1978.

Abducted by aliens, he now has six nipples

MEXICO CITY (AFP). -- A 30-year-old Mexican who claims to have been abducted by aliens in 1971 in the town of Puebla, 133 km in the south of Mexico City, underwent serious physical changes, the newspaper El Sol of Mexico City claimed yesterday. The blood of the Mexican whose identity is not revealed does not match to any known type. Moreover, he now has six nipples on the chest. According to the victim's report, the strange adventure began one day of April of 1971 at nap time. Hearing strange noises in the next house, he ran there and faced a man of more than two meters in height who invited him to board a spaceship.

Transfusion

At the end of a few minutes, he found himself walking at the side of the alien in the streets of the city, without apparently nobody seeing them. They arrived in a field in front of a craft of round shape which they entered. Inside the ship, three other aliens started to communicate with him by telepathy and using a strange device fixed at his thumb they took his blood out. As soon as the operation was finished, one of aliens told him: "Now, you are ours." Finally, the Mexican found himself at his place, lying on his bed, his right hand thumb bloody.

Three researchers

Four months after his adventure, the hero of this supernatural history started to feel pains in the kidneys and it is during a medical examination that one realised that his blood did not match any known type. Mexico is since always the ground of predilection of the flying saucers, of the beings coming from other worlds and apparently supernatural events. The specialists link the construction of the pyramids to the existence of space travellers.

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