Gray aliens are the most well-known alien species among humans, as they frequently visit the planet and abduct people, giving information about their appearance to dozens of eyewitnesses.
In 1972, during the Vietnam War, several American troops witnessed gray aliens placing human corpses in containers.
In his UFO book Crash Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum VI, Leonard H. Stringfield wrote about the placing of human corpses in containers by the gray aliens. Stringfield, a pioneer in the field of ufology, conducted an extensive investigation of the recovered wreckage of a crashed spacecraft and published his findings. In his UFO Crash/Retrievals series, he wrote seven reports telling incredible stories of crashed flying saucers.
During the ongoing Vietnam War in 1972, American soldiers were sent to Tong Li Sap, Cambodia, which is located in Southeast Asia, to destroy a Vietnamese base in North Vietnam. A SWAT team of highly trained American troops set up camp there overnight and planned to attack the Vietnamese base in the early morning.
As the American soldiers advanced toward the enemy base camp, they witnessed something that stunned them. Troops observed a large, spherical-shaped UFO resting on three sturdy metal legs. Soon, the UFO began to make a buzzing noise, which made the US military personnel instantly feel nauseous, and dizzy along with disorientation. Sensing the threat, the group leader was preparing to issue a withdrawal order.
But out of nowhere, a group of strange-looking human-like creatures appeared. The American troops were not afraid to see the strange humanoids, but their actions certainly scared the troops. Troop accounts suggest the aliens were of the gray species.
The Grays are used to put different parts of the human body such as arms, legs, torso, heads, and more in large containers. The body parts belonged to people of different colors and nationalities. There were white bodies, black bodies, and what appeared to be Vietnamese bodies. The special forces noticed something that shocked and enraged them, and their leader gave the order to fire. One of the bullets directly hit an alien in the head, and he died instantly, while the rest of the aliens who received bullets in the body were unharmed.
Retaliating aliens using unknown weapons caused the death of several commanders and seriously injured many soldiers. Then the aliens got back into the UFO and it took off into space. Another CIA team arrived soon after, and one of the survivors revealed that they had all been given drugs to make them forget the terrible battle they had just experienced. The mind-altering drugs worked, and after a few minutes, the soldiers lost those memories.
Two soldiers from the special forces unit who had participated in the battle with the aliens began to have nightmares about the events of April 1972 until the late 1980s. These nightmares led one of the soldiers to contact other soldiers from that battle. He was able to discover the location and identity of several soldiers. Two of the members died and three could not be located. The remaining members were able to reunite in August 1988 and concluded that their story should be revealed to the public. So they approached UFO researcher Leonard H. Stringfield, who agreed and published the story in his book UFO Crash Retrievals: The Inner Sanctum-Status Report VI. The book was published in 1991.
The evidence collected by Stringfield and presented in his monograph, The UFO Crash/Retrieval Syndrome, Status Report II (MUFON, 1980), is more than convincing as it boggles the imagination. In his report, Stringfield summarizes the opinions of numerous unnamed medical examiners who analyzed alien bodies recovered from crashes between 1947 and 1980.
This speculative morphology describes a purported extraterrestrial humanoid measuring from 1 meter to 1.35 meters in height and weighing 40 kilograms. Unlike Fox TV’s Alien Autopsy, this one might be accurate.
Dr. Barry Taff, who has a Ph.D. in psychophysiology and a certificate in biomedical engineering, backed up his alien autopsy findings. He is a well-known expert in parapsychology. From 1969 to 1978, he worked as a research associate at the former UCLA Parapsychology Laboratory.
He describes them as having two round eyes without pupils, variously described as large, almond-shaped, elongated, sunken or sunken, far apart, slightly slanted, appearing “Oriental” or “Mongoloid”.
By human standards, the head is large about the limbs and trunk. It was compared to a 5-month-old human fetus. No earlobes or protruding flesh extending beyond the holes on each side of the head.
The nose is vague. Two holes are indicated with only a slight protrusion.
The mouth is indicated as a small lipless slit opening into a small cavity and does not appear to function as a means of communication or as an orifice for ingesting food.
The neck is described as thin and in some cases not visible due to the clothing on that section of the body.
Most observers describe the head of humanoid aliens as hairless, or in some cases a slight fluff.
The bodies are described as hairless. The torso is generally described as small and thin. In most cases, the body was observed covered by a flexible, metallic garment.
The arms are described as long, thin, and reaching to the knees. One type of hand consists of four fingers and no thumb; two of the fingers seem longer than the others. Some observers saw nails; others none. Three authorized observers noted a slight webbing effect between the fingers. Other reports indicate types of hands with less than and more than four fingers.
The legs are reported to be short and thin. The feet of one guy is described as having no toes. Most observers describe the legs as covered. One said the alien’s leg looked like an orangutan’s.
The skin is not described as green. Some claim beige, tan, brown, or gray with a tan or pink tint. One said it looked “almost blue-grey under the frosty light”, in two cases the bodies had been charred to a dark brown color from a suspected accident.
Skin texture is described as scaly or reptilian being extensible, elastic, or movable over the smooth muscle or skeletal tissue. No striated muscles, no sweat, no body odor.
No teeth, no reproductive organs. No genitals. An absence of sex organs suggests that they may have been atrophied by evolutionary degeneration, or by the possibility that some, and perhaps all, aliens do not reproduce in the same way as human beings, or perhaps these corpses studied could have originated by cloning or by other artificial means.
To most observers, humanoids appear to be “cast from a mold”, sharing identical facial features rather than the individuality displayed by humans.
His brain and capacity are unknown.
Colorless liquid present in the body, without erythrocytes; extraterrestrial circulation not carrying oxygen. No lymphocytes. No food or water intake is known; in one known recovery, the witness noted that there was no food on board. Absence of the digestive system, gastrointestinal tract, alimentary canal, and rectal area.
Lifetime unknown. Descriptive types of extraterrestrial anatomy cannot be cataloged, other than those known among Homo Sapiens on Earth. Other recovered alien types or other grotesque, or human, configurations are unknown at this time. Origins are also unknown.
Stringfield also came into contact with a doctor who, in the early 1950s, allegedly performed an autopsy on an alien. The witness described the body as follows:
SIZE: “The observed specimen was 1.30 meters tall. I don’t remember the weight. It’s been so long and my files don’t show the weight. I remember the length well because we had a disagreement and each measured personally.”
HEAD: “The head had a pear-shaped appearance and was oversized by human body standards. The eyes had a mongoloid appearance. The ends of the eyes farthest from the nasal cavity were inclined upwards at an angle of about ten degrees. There appeared to be no visible eyelids, only what appeared to be a fold. The nose consisted of a small fold-like projection above the nostrils. The mouth seemed to be fold-like wrinkles. There were no human lips as such — just a slit that opened into a mouth cavity about two inches deep. A membrane along the back of the cavity separated it from what would be the digestive tract.
“The tongue seemed to be atrophied almost into a membrane. No teeth were observed. X-rays revealed a jaw and mandible, as well as a cranial bone structure.
External “ear lobes” did not exist. The ear holes present were similar to the middle ear and inner ear canals. The head contained no hair follicles. The skin appeared gray and appeared elastic when stretched.”