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Alternate Perceptions Magazine, December 2020


A Diminutive Entity, two Flying Spheres, and the death of a young child

by: Albert S. Rosales





Location: Ladrillar, Caceres, Spain
Date: February 27, 1907
Time: night

A sinister looking entity “dressed in tight dark clothes with a little body and a disproportionately large head” entered Ladrillar. It did not walk; it floated just above the ground, and two flying spheres that shone with an intensely bright light accompanied it. Everybody who saw or heard the creature as it moved along the dusty village roads stared at it, first astonished and then frightened, running out of its path or into their houses to shut the mysterious menace out.

9-year-old Serafina Bejarano Rubio reported that the entity appeared on three consecutive days. It flew in; not very high up, followed by two powerful round lights. It hardly ever made a sound, but sometimes it shouted. When it shouted, it was loud and frightening and resembled something like “uuuua, uuuua.” It was dressed entirely in black and at one point it was seen floating above some trees near the cemetery.

One day a group of frightened neighbors watched from the church door as one of the globes of light passed over a group of children. A five-year-old girl among them inexplicably lost consciousness at that moment and fell to the ground. According to documents, the child, Maria Encarnacion Martin, became ill and died a couple of days later, despite efforts to save her. The cause of death was ruled as unknown.

Source: Iker Jimenez, & Chris Aubeck, Return to Magonia

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