The Washington Times - March 23, 2009, 09:13AM

A review of the United Kingdom’s recently released military files on UFOs has turned up a 1989 account by a British dog walker who said she encountered a space alien with a Scandinavian accent, the Daily Telegraph is reporting.

The alien, who appeared in human form in a brown suit, told the woman his people created crop circles in the English countryside.


The Royal Air Force classified the report as a “genuine call.”

You can tell this was a “genuine call,” because a “counterfeit call” sounds REALLY weird.

This might be only a coincidence, but the alien looked and sounded like Max von Sydow.  I’ve always thought he was an alien.

Close encounter stories like this are hard to comprehend because it doesn’t make a lot of sense for an alien race to develop the technology to travel across vast distances of space in order to land here and draw circles in the grass.