Could this bizarre image of ‘humanoid’ be world’s first taken during an alien abduction?

An unnamed woman claims 40 mysterious pictures, including one which appears to show a humanoid being, appeared on her mobile phone after she “lost time” to what she thinks was an alien abduction in her home.

Her claims have been reported to the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), a recognised global alien and paranormal investigation organisation, which also keeps a database of sightings and incidents.

In a report to MUFON she said asked the organisation to look at pictures she says were taken by beings and appeared on her phone.

She said she woke in the bathroom in foetal position

The woman claims to have no idea how thee images got on her phone.

She said: “I believe I was abducted that night.”

The woman said she was at home in a condominium in Plymouth, Hancock County, Illinois, USA, when she had a row with her boyfriend who chose to sleep in his van on the driveway.

She said: “I was lighting a cigarette on the stove and had a scratch off ticket in my hand.

“The next thing I know I’m waking up on the floor of my bathroom in foetal position.

“The cigarette I had and ticket were on the floor in the kitchen apparently I’d dropped them.”

Sceptics say that people who claim to be abducted have no evidence but missing time.
She says they could only have come from “another world”

When you truly look at the detail you see they are other worldly and cannot be faked.

Woman who claims she was abducted

She said a few days later she looked at her phone and found the 40 pictures “that neither she nor her boyfriend had taken.”

She said: “When you truly look at the detail you see they are other worldly and cannot be faked.”

The woman posted just ten of the pictures with her report to Mufon.

Nine of them appear to be blurred lights or colour, but one includes a humanoid which appears to be laying down with an alien-like face, although the picture is of poor quality.

The rest of the images could be simply blurred images of a light source taken in the dark.

She did not comment on who or what she thought the human like figure was or if it could have been her boyfriend snapped by someone unknown.
It has already been picked up by some uFO websites which have described the images as extremely creepy.
Sceptics argue that most claims of alien abduction include no real evidence of anything actually happening, other than the “abductee” losing time and then deducing they must have been taken by something