Usually, when someone insists on experiencing certain kinds of bizarre alien encounter, we are all quick to reject that person as crazy. But 74 -year-old David Huggins of Hoboken, New Jersey is so down to Earth and sincere, he leaves you wanting to believe his remarkable story.

Huggins asserts he has been visited by aliens multiple times throughout their own lives. He says the first encounter happened when he was a child at his family home in rural Georgia. While his parents and two siblings likewise lived at the home , no one else encountered the animals Huggins calls “beings”. He describes the event as follows:

“Nobody in their own families seemed to see what I was realise. My first encounter was when I was eight years old. I was playing at the base of a tree, and I hear this voice say,’ David, behind you’.”

“And I turned around and there’s this little hairy guy with big glowing eyes coming straight towards me. I thought it was the bogeyman. I didn’t know what to think of it.”

At the time, Huggins was afraid and ran away, but the encounters continued and he eventually interacted with the “beings”. He recalls several different types of foreigners, including ones that were insect-like, small-scale gray animals Huggins believes are workers, and the slender females. The females are allegedly similar to human females except that they have slender faces, pale scalp, long fingernails, and large, mesmerizing eyes. Huggins claims that, at persons under the age of 17, he lost his virginity to a female foreigner he calls Crescent.

“I was strolling in the lumbers, and I read a woman sitting under a tree- and she gets up and she starts coming towards me. I become very aroused sexually. I couldn’t get my gasps down fast enough, ” Huggins explains.

“I fall back on the ground and I’m lying there and she’s looking at me, and I reach my climax, which was quite painful, actually, it was very intense. And then I’m seeming in her eyes and I pass out. Virginity lost.”

Huggins continued his unconventional relationship with Crescent even after he moved to New York two years later. He recalls the day he found out he was a father when Crescent visited him with the news that their child was dying.

He claims that he had no idea he had impregnated her and demanded to be taken “there” to see his child. Huggins calls the aliens’ realm “there”, and says usually humen are not allowed to visit. He had to scream “Show me my baby! ” three times really loudly before being presented his child. He claims that the child was limp, but upon his touch began to move. Huggins describes what happened next:

“I go and I pass out on my bed. The next thing I know I’m’ there’. The insect being is just coming up and he’s instead upset with me. He says,’ What are you doing here? ’ And I say,’ My baby’s dying, I want my baby.’

“And I see Crescent holding the baby; the baby’s not moving- and I reach over to touch it, and just as I touch it, like static electricity jumped from my body and to the child- and the baby moved. The insect being is looking at me, and he says,’ Come with me.’”

Huggins claims the insect being then took him into another chamber filled with babes and reveals that they were all his. “I wasn’t so much as creeped out as I was amazed. I could not believe it, but they were my babies and I had to help them so I wound up touching them all, ” he said. Huggins’s human son, Michael, says his father’s narratives were just a regular part of his upbringing. Huggins talked openly about his experiences and took up paint as a style to depict others what he has read. Michael claims the paints and tales never impacted his childhood. He says the alien encounters are “pretty unique” but that he was “never very concerned about it”. Huggins’s story has now become the subject of a documentary called Love& Saucers . The director of the film, Brad Abrahams, belives Huggins is telling the truth but isn’t trying to convince anyone that aliens actually exist. To watch the trailer for Love& Saucers and to learn more about David Huggins’s incredible story, check out the video below:

In a telling interview, Abrahams provided his opinion on Higgins remarkable narrative:

“I can say unequivocally that I don’t believe David is making anything up, that he believes what happened to him was real.

But if it’s something that had occurred in objective, hard reality, or if the states members of the public was there with him, would they visualize what he saw? That’s something I don’t know the answer to.”

It’s virtually enough to make a believer out of you…