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Alien abductee Sue Sill of Outlane, Huddersfield, wants to prove the truth is out there

Sue says she was abducted in 2010 and has experiences every few weeks

Sue Sill, of Outlane, has been filming UFOs over Huddersfield for years
Sue Sill, of Outlane, has been filming UFOs over Huddersfield for years

Are we alone in the universe?

Everyone has a theory - but for Sue Sill, there’s only one answer.

Sue, 57, of Outlane, claims she’s had many encounters with UFOS - and believes she was abducted in 2010.

She says Huddersfield is a hotbed of activity and has filmed UFOs in the sky all around the town.

Her latest experience was just last month, when she filmed a light in the sky above her home - watch the video below.

She said: “I was in my kitchen with my sister-in-law Colleen, who has seen quite a lot of things with me. She said, ‘there’s something over the top of your house again - a bright light in the sky.’”

Sue has been an avid UFO spotter for most of her life and in 2010 had an experience she describes as an abduction, around the same time crop circles were found at Castle Hill.

A crop circle which appeared at Castle Hill in July 2010.

She said: “I was sorting my things out for the morning and running a bath. I walked back into the bedroom and it was like I had gone into a trance.

“I sat down on the bed and the next thing, some figures appeared. They were really small and they had black skin or were wearing black suits.

“They had long, thin arms and their faces were obscured, like a liquid. I was thinking, ‘oh God, what’s happening here?’

“They came to the side of the bed and something like a veil came over me. The next thing I knew I was in a space on a craft looking at Earth.

Click below to see pictures Sue has taken of UFOs over Huddersfield

“The craft was iridescent like a bubble, I could see everything around me. I was thinking, ‘how can I be looking at the Earth?’

“The creatures spoke with telepathy and were showing me the Earth. At once there was a massive explosion on Earth, like a mushroom, and my heart sunk.

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“When the creature put its hand on my shoulder it was like ET with a long middle finger. It was like it was feeding off my emotions. I remember the creature saying, ‘don’t worry, you will be all right’.

“I didn’t feel they wanted to harm me or the people on Earth, I think they were concerned about what’s happening on Earth. We are destroying the planet.”

See some of Sue's videos below

Sue said all of a sudden she woke up fully dressed lying on the bed. Hours had passed since her last memories from her bedroom.

She said: “I tried to get up and I couldn’t stand up. I felt sick. I tried to do my normal routine, getting ready for work, but it was like I was jetlagged.

“I saw my neighbour and he asked me what was wrong. I said, ‘I think I’ve been abducted’. He just laughed.

“I thought I was going crazy so I went to the doctor. He just looked at me and sent me straight to a psychiatrist, who said I was okay. I knew I was fine.

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“When you have an experience like that you go on a quest for answers.”

Sue says since then she has seen UFOs or had unexplained experiences every few weeks - often when she’s with family.

The picture below, of what Sue describes as a pear-shaped UFO was taken at her granddaughter's birthday party.

Sue Sill UFO evidence captured by Sue Sill at her granddaughter's first birthday party in Golcar
UFO evidence captured by Sue Sill at her granddaughter's first birthday party in Golcar

She said: “Most abductees will find the aliens stick with the same family.

“If I’m having delusions the people who are with me are having them too.”

More of Sue's UFO videos below

After 10 years collecting evidence, her computer was destroyed in a lightning strike this summer - meaning almost everything was lost.

And out of a lifetime’s diaries, the one detailing her abduction has gone too.

She says she knows people are sceptical about her experiences, saying: “It sounds ludicrous to some people - but it’s happening.

“People are ignorant to condemn something they don’t know anything about.

“Millions of people believe in God and they have no proof. I’ve got proof so why believe in that and not UFOs?

“I want to get the truth out there. I’d like to know who they are, what they want.

“I want answers.”

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