Pascagoula Abduction (1973)
The Pascagoula Abduction revolves around two men, Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker, who claim to have been abducted by aliens during a fishing trip near Pascagoula, Mississippi.
The two men claimed to have been abducted by aliens that were approximatley five feet tall and roughly humanoid in shape. The aliens were also described as having pale, wrinkly skin, no eyes and slits for mouths. They were described as to have “carrot-like” growths where their nose would have been on a human and two on their heads resembling ears. The beings allegedly had “lobster-like” claws for hands and two legs and feet that would remind one of an elephant foot. Approximation drawings are picture above. Although it is questionable as to whether these drawing represent what the two men saw.
Both men claimed to be paralysed and unable to move whilst being taken aboard this spacecraft. Hickson reports that he was taken in front of a football-like mechanical shaped eye and scanned. The man were released after 20 minutes and returned back to their original place.