An instance of Alien abduction in Australia has resulted in what may be the world’s first DNA test of biological material associated with abduction. The abductee, Peter Khoury believes that the biological material which is a hair strand belongs to a Nordic Alien.
The enthralling findings raise numerous issues concerning the physical nature of abduction and also highlight the critical need for additional scientific inquiry into this global mystery. The complete case report was published in the Spring 1999 issue of International UFO Reporter, the quarterly journal of the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies in Chicago (CUFOS). With Chalker’s permission and cooperation, the following summary is presented.
The Alien Abduction Of Peter Khoury
The subject of this case, Peter Khoury, was born in Lebanon in 1964 and immigrated to Australia in 1973. In 1981, at school, he met his future wife Vivian. Peter and Vivian got married in 1990 and have been blessed with two children. They are based in Sydney. Peter is a member of the building trades and has owned his own cement rendering business.
In February 1988, Peter and Vivian encountered their first UFO, a simple sighting of odd moving lights. However, in July of that year, Peter had a very unsettling, conscious memory-based contact experience that, he claims, altered the course of his life. He felt that something grabbed his ankles as he slept in his bed. He became numb and paralyzed in an instant, yet remained awake.
He then became aware of three or four small hooded people standing near the bed. He communicated telepathically with one or more of these aliens and was advised to relax and not be concerned because “it will be the same as last time.” He then noticed they were ready to implant a long needle into the side of his skull, at which point he lost consciousness.
He was startled awake a short time later, leaped from bed, and dashed into the living room, where he discovered his father and brother appeared to be asleep. Both he and his brother believed it had been just ten minutes since they had last been awake, but they quickly realized it had been an hour or more. Peter and Vivian spotted an evident puncture mark on the side of his head the following morning, along with a trace of dried blood.
Peter had never heard of alien abduction at the time. His memories were vivid and frightening, but he received no consolation or answers from friends or acquaintances. After a few months, he and Vivian drove past a highway sign advertising Whitley Strieber’s book “Communion,” and they promptly purchased the book. Numerous facts in Strieber’s narrative corroborated Peter’s own weird experience.
Peter’s following attempts to connect with local UFO groups and first-hand witnesses proved fruitless. Eventually, in April 1993, he resolved to establish a new club in Sydney, the UFO Experience Support Association (UFOESA), dedicated to assisting individuals in comprehending and coping with their odd encounters. He continues to serve as the group’s coordinator to this day.
Peter Khoury had the encounter that became the topic of this case study in July 1992. Due to the unsettling sexual components of the encounter, Peter was quite reticent to discuss it.
He initially reported it to Bill Chalker, a leading researcher in Australia, in 1996. He demonstrated to Chalker that he had recovered a hair from the event.
Chalker initially felt powerless to act on the physical evidence, but over the next several years, he recruited a team of experts and forensic investigators eager to work on UFO-related cases.
Chalker explored the potential of performing polymerase chain reaction (PCR) amplification and sequencing of mitochondrial DNA extracted from Peter Khoury’s hair sample with his “invisible college” partners.
In early 1998, these academics — now dubbed the Anomaly Physical Evidence Group — agreed to examine the hair sample for DNA.
Chalker notes that “alien” entities are frequently characterized as lacking visible hair by experiencers. However, one variety — commonly referred to as “Nordic” — is frequently described as possessing unmistakably human traits, including hair that is frequently (though not always) blond in hue.
Numerous well-known abduction cases have involved humanoid entities with hair, including Travis Walton’s abduction in Arizona in 1975, and Antonio Villas Boas’s Brazilian abduction. Peter Khoury’s story bears considerable resemblance to that of Villas-Boas, who said he was compelled to have sexual relations with a hostile female humanoid aboard a landed UFO.
According to Chalker, Peter Khoury’s meeting on July 23, 1992, began at 7:30 a.m., while he was still in bed. He had been wounded at work recently and was on pain medicine. He had driven his wife to work earlier that morning, then came home and retreated to bed for a bit. He bolted wide awake and sat up abruptly. Two humanoid females sat on the bed, both completely naked.
These two women appeared to be human in almost every way. They possessed mature bodies that were nicely proportioned. One appeared to be Asian in appearance, with dark shoulder-length hair and dark eyes.
The other appeared to be Scandinavian, with light-colored (“perhaps bluish”) eyes and long blond hair that fell to her mid-back. Peter Khoury was particularly taken with her hair. “I’d never seen a hairstyle quite like it before. It was curled in a similar fashion to Farrah Fawcett’s, but to an extreme… It appeared to be somewhat unusual in a manner,” he explained to Chalker.
However, Peter Khoury believed these women were not really human. Their faces were peculiar — not unattractive, but excessively sculpted, with extremely high cheekbones and eyes that were two or three times their regular size. Peter Khoury paid particular attention to the blonde. He felt as though her face was excessively long.
“I have never seen a human looking like that.”
The blonde humanoid, who was kneeling on the bed, appeared to be in command. Khoury believed she was telepathically connecting with the dark-haired woman, who sat with her legs partially folded beneath her. Khoury observed that the women’s expressions were stiff, almost blank.
Though taken aback by the women’s abrupt arrival, Khoury only had a few moments to wonder how they could have entered his bedroom when the blonde reached out with both her hands and gripped the back of his head, bringing his face toward her breast. He objected. She yanked even harder.
“She was pretty strong. She pulled me over and my mouth was basically on her nipple. And I bit.”
Peter Khoury said he doesn’t know why he bit the woman, but even though he felt a small piece of her nipple come away in his teeth, she did not cry out. But “the expression on her face was like, ‘this isn’t the way.’ In a way, it was shock or confusion… She looked at the Asian one… and looked at me like, this isn’t the way it’s supposed to happen. You’ve done this wrong.”
Khoury swallowed the small bit in his mouth unintentionally, and it lodged in his throat. He had a coughing fit. Suddenly, the two women vanished.
He attempted to clear his throat by sipping water once he noticed the women were gone. It was ineffective. Then he felt the need to use the restroom. He became aware that his penis was really uncomfortable. He yanked back the foreskin in the bathroom and discovered two fine blond strands wrapped tightly around.
He fought to untangle the strands of hair as the pain intensified. Finally, he extracted the two strands of hair and placed them immediately in a little sealable plastic bag.
“The reason I did that was because I knew that there was no way, no way at all, that a hair that size and wrapped around the way it was should have been there…. Thinking of these women, the thing in my throat, the hair, something bizarre had just happened.”Peter Khoury decided to save the hair sample in case it ever came into use in elucidating his experiences.
He was hesitant to inform his wife of the circumstances surrounding his coughing fit, but two weeks later he decided to inform her.
“I was shocked. She accepted it better than I did.”
The hair fragments, which had been meticulously stored since the meeting, became the subject of the first publicly disclosed scientific DNA test on a potential abduction sample.
The blond hairs were incredibly fine and nearly colorless. It was concluded that the hair had not been chemically treated, as little or no mitochondrial DNA could have been obtained if it had been. However, high-quality DNA was recovered using the PCR (polymerase chain reaction) method.
Additionally, samples of Peter Khoury’s and his wife Vivian’s hair were obtained for comparison. Peter’s hair DNA was effectively extracted, however, Vivian’s hair DNA was not recoverable, presumably due to chemical treatment.
The Anomaly Physical Evidence Group experts came to a stunning result after thoroughly studying the hair samples. The fine blond hair, which appeared to have originated from a light-skinned caucasian woman, could not have originated from a typical human of that ethnic type.
Rather than that, despite being human, the hair had five different DNA markers indicative of a rare subgroup of the Chinese Mongoloid racial type.
A thorough review of the literature on mitochondrial DNA variations, which included tens of thousands of samples, revealed that just four other people had all five of the unusual markers in their blond hair. Each of the four was Chinese and had black hair.
Mitochondrial DNA is exclusively transferred from mother to child and hence provides a technique of tracing maternal lineage. The data indicate that the blonde woman and all four of the Chinese participants share a female ancestor. However, there is no straightforward explanation for how this may occur.
Nuclear DNA testing, if it could be extracted from the blond hair, would be more complex and expensive than previous tests, but it might reveal that the blonde’s father’s genealogy was even odd than her mother’s.
However, any testing must wait for funds to be secured. Until now, the members of the Anomaly Physical Evidence Group have self-funded their work.
Without the blond hair sample, Peter Khoury’s narrative is just another in an almost endless series of heartbreaking, but unverifiable, abduction accounts. However, hair alters everything.
It is undoubtedly real, and extensive forensic examination demonstrates that it is abnormal. No one with blond hair and a precise DNA match to Khoury’s blonde appears likely to exist in the city of Sydney, on the continent of Australia, or — most likely — anyplace else in the world.
Who then was the entity whose blond hair ended up wrapped around Peter Khoury’s penis inexplicably?
“Are we dealing with ‘humans’ from elsewhere, namely those with human DNA, albeit very rare and somewhat anomolous?”Bill Chalker
“This case raises all sorts of issues, such as human ‘panspermia’” — the theory that human-like beings may have migrated to Earth in the fairly recent past from elsewhere in the galaxy, perhaps giving rise to the sudden appearance of modern homo sapiens sapiens, a species not directly descended from their immediate predecessors, the Neanderthals.
“Also, given the Asian mongoloid connection, we looked at the problem of European-like rare Asian types in the past,” Chalker says. “The controversial saga of the Taklamakan mummies in remote Western China is turning the early history of China on its head.
These mummies include people who are quite tall, some 6 feet or so, and some are blond. I’m not suggesting a connection here, but you can understand this investigation has opened up all sorts of interesting possibilities about the biological nature of some of the beings implicated in abduction cases.”
The case of Peter Khoury is one of the most baffling cases of alien abduction since the account is actually supported by Biological evidence. What are your views regarding this astonishing case? Let us know in the comment section.
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