Terrell Copeland’s story is another most convincing UFO encounter case in the history of Ufology. The former U.S. Marine from Virginia claimed that he had faced multiple UFO encounters in the past few decades and even visited one of the crafts.
In 2009, a secret meeting was held in a small New England town, attended by 1500 people who were either abductees or curious about UFOs and aliens. Terrell Copeland drove 600 miles from rural Virginia to attend that meeting.
In the meeting, Copeland revealed that his first UFO sighting occurred in 2005. A triangular-shaped flying object was seen hovering over the shopping center late at night in Suffolk. The second one happened in 2007, which he even recorded on his camera from his apartment.
“It was an orb of light. Just a big ball of light. It wasn’t moving. One was solid white. The other was directly across the street from it … up 300 feet above ground and was changing colors very rapidly.”
Looking at the object, he thought it was just over his head.
Soon after he published the video online, strange things started to happen. One day, he heard a knock on his door and saw a mysterious man that came to him. He identified himself as a military contractor and soon began asking Copeland personal questions.
“When you see these object[s], and then you do the research and you see that there are so many people who have experienced the same thing as you … you have to say to yourself … maybe there is something to this,” he said.
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Soon after it, Copeland started missing time and felt temporary paralysis. This led him to draw pictures of the incidents he witnessed during his missing hours.
He recalled the night of 2006 when he was abducted and saw a woman who had human features but was not a human. He added that she had black eyes and an elongated skull. In his next abduction, he found himself waving at the spaceship while standing on his balcony.
His relationship with aliens transformed him spiritually.
“I just want to be a better person because if I feel if someone from above took notice of me … then maybe I’m doing something right. And if I’m doing something right, maybe I can do it better.”
His case was believed and shared by thousands of people who had similar experiences. This led the flock of UFO researchers to knock on his door.
His story became Case no. 58105 on “The History series: UFO Hunters.” He was even called an alien hybrid on national TV by the host named Bill Birnes.
“That’s heavy,” Copeland said. “It’s not surprising to me, though. After all that’s happened these last couple of years, it could be true.”
Copeland’s footage was compared with the video taken by UFO enthusiast Michael Lee Hill over Lake Erie, Ohio, who also claimed that he had multiple UFO encounters and experienced an alien abduction.
During the episode, Birnes told Copeland that “there is a branch of the government that you’re being recruited for – that somehow, some way, you are a hybrid between “ET” and humans.”
Copeland retired from the military due to a rare blood condition associated with muscle injuries and found a job in a warehouse.