Mothership over Alabama, 1983
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Location. Near Mobile, Alabama
Date: February 3 1983 Time: evening
Pat Norris, 28, had visited a friend in Mobile and when the friend’s husband arrived from work, Mrs. Norris left and headed home on Highway 90. She had turned off the Highway and when about 90 minutes ride from her home she heard an explosion. At this point, her car began to vibrate and continued to do so, making it difficult for her to steer. She negotiated another turn off the road she was on, brought the car to a halt, opened the door and leaned out and down and looked to ascertain if the transmission could have been causing the trouble. It had not. Mrs. Norris continued driving and the vibrating stopped. She executed another turn onto another road and saw that the woods were illuminated. At first she thought that there was a helicopter search in progress because of the lights and was very frightened. She again stopped the car, and at this point sighted a huge object about ½ miles west of her. She now feels the explosion she had heard earlier was the object coming down over a clay and gravel pit in the vicinity. The thing was huge—later estimated to be 7 to 8 stories (70 to feet) high and “six telephone poles” (210 feet) wide, and appeared to be moving toward her at 4-5miles per hour. The evening had been clear and cool and she had driven with the car windows closed. After the explosion, she noted a “chopping wind, a high-pitched sound and a roaring sound” as well as the vibration. She particularly noted the “whipping of the wind—like a tornado.” When the object reached a point fairly close it stopped and all of the noise stopped. It was completely silent and Mrs. Norris lost all of the fear she had felt before. She then got out of the car to get a better look. She strained to take in every detail—feeling like a child with “unbelievable happiness.” She estimated the time duration of the sighting as five minutes. As the craft appeared Mrs. Norris attention was drawn to a top deck with a long window which she estimated was 53 ft in length and through which she viewed 20 to 30 persons, apparently oblivious of her presence, walking about as if they were changing shift. The wall behind them was curved and white. There were no instruments. The people did not give the appearance of looking out. The beings were pale skinned, dressed in white one piece suits. She judged them to be about our height, five feet 10”, quite slender but with chests larger than ours, the top of the head more prominent, no hair, and having the lower half only of the ears similar to our own. She noted nothing out of the ordinary with the eyes. What did draw her attention was the great grace of their movements. The atmosphere seemed “sterile.” Below this top deck window was an opaque window. The area around it was all white.
This window was in sections and was inset. The glass was tinted. Below the center of the craft a door was closing from right to left. And she looked onto a street that was dark as if made of asphalt or possible concrete. Off to the side of this street was tubular rectangular equipment. All across the craft she saw rivets and portholes. She said she could see the portholes “inside out” as she peered into the craft. She saw some construction that included “huge I-beams like they put ships together with and beams holding the glass in there.” The bottom side was tiered upwards. The construction reminded her of a ship or submarine. She said it seemed possible; very likely, it could have been constructed on Earth (!). The very bottom of the craft was formed into a cross made with one foot square mirrors and an observation deck hung down and around the bottom with beings in it. In this case, unlike the top deck, the people were peering out, while overhead she heard a very low pitched but clearly audible (almost like a growl) “announcing” coming from the area of the observation deck now closest to her. Mrs. Norris said she believes they didn’t realize she was there until directly over her position. She saw four pipes projecting six to eight feet out from the craft set in three or four foot square boxes. They had a hollow flange on the end like a tank cannon and she believes “it looked like a weapon.” The craft took a southerly turn as it went on from where she was parked. She said it was staying in the wooded area and did not cross Highway 90 again. Possible it was doubling back towards Irvington and Pascagoula. It lit up the wooded area and all beneath it as it moved on off. It had white spotlights and to the side blue and red lights that intermingled, pointing up to the clouds and then down to Earth.
HC addition # 482
Source: Bob Gribble Phenomena Research Hot line and
Ed O. Brown APRO Type: A
Comments: The witness claims she later experienced dreams which contained detailed physical examinations and the “scanning” of her emotions.