The most remarkable abductee I met and investigated was Brian A. Scott, a design engineer who underwent six abductions over a period of five years. I first met Brian in 1976 and was impressed by the amount of data he allegedly received from beings from another solar system. This was unlike other cases I had studied in the volume of data that Brian supplied far exceeded the norm.
Brian had first seen a strange ball of light on his 16 birthday, on October 12, 1959. The glowing orange ball came to within a foot of him, then darted skyward, leaving the youthful Brian dumbfounded. The ball of light returned many times later, and on one occasion Brian tried to repel the ball from his house using a broom stick.
Brian’s first encounter with alien entities took place on the night of March 14, 1971, near Apache Junction, Arizona. Apache Junction is located near the haunting Superstition Mountains. Brian lost two hours of time the night of the first encounter.
Brian had gone out to Apache Junction that night about 9 PM with his friend Nick Corbin to look for a good range for target shooting with a pistol. He had left the main highway and followed a dirt road for a quarter of a mile. He then parked his car to have a look around. His attention was riveted by the sound of an animal in the distance, but he could not see the animal. As he looked above the Superstition peaks, he was amazed to see a glowing oval object hovering above the mountains. He began to realize that what he was seeing was not a conventional plane or helicopter as it was too large and had a “funny kind of glow around the thing.”
The object began to move toward Brian and, as it did, his first thought was to run back to his car and leave the area as fast as he could. Before he could move, the object positioned itself directly over his head and appeared now so large that it filled the sky above him.
The next sensation Brian felt was that of being lifted into the air. Fruitlessly, he reached out to grab something to maintain balance. A feeling of hysteria overcame him. He was being pulled upward by an invisible force through a doorway and was deposited in an outer corridor of a craft where he could feel the mixing of warm and cool air. He could see the lights of Phoenix directly behind him.
When Brian turned in the doorway, he was astonished to see that his friend Nick Corbin had also been lifted aboard this object. The two of them could only stare at each other. Brian could see some bright light coming from the interior of the craft.
Suddenly a door seemed to explode open and Brian could see four silhouettes framed in the light of the open interior hatch. Two of the creatures approached Nick and two approached Brian. Within seconds the creatures began to undress both Nick and Brian. Nick started a struggle to resist the creature’s efforts. Brian, seeing any resistance as futile, cooperated with the creatures and finished undressing himself. Nick passed out as the creatures took him off in one direction, and then took Brian in a separate direction.
Brian was taken for a short walk and then turned to the left where he faced another door with a symbol on it. The creature on Brain’s left reached out and touched the center of the symbol on the door, and the door opened.
The creatures were described as being 7 and a half feet tall, gray in color, with skin that reminded Brian of the skin of an elephant, with large hands and a very bulky body. Their hands ended in 3 fingers and an oddly bent thumb. The creatures seemed calm and certain of what they were doing.
Brian was led to an inner room, taken to the wall where the creatures then released their hold on Brian. It was at that time that Brian thought about bolting for the door to effect his escape, yet he felt restrained to the wall by an invisible force. Brian found that he could only follow the movements of the creatures with his eyes as they stepped behind a rectangular lighted console. While this occurred, an intense beam of light was directed at him from a box attached to a pole that ran from floor to ceiling. A cable ran from the box up the pole. Another creature stood behind the box, manipulating it.
Brian noticed that the entire room was filled with a mist and he could smell an odor he described as that of dirty socks. The mist or vapor seemed to linger on the creature’s skin and was absorbed by it.
The box was lowered to the floor, at which time Brian could feel the sensation of warm and cold fluids running up and down his legs. He distinctly got the feeling he had urinated, and he felt strange in the pit of his stomach as the light of the box played over his body. As the light shone in his eyes, it caused a numbing sensation and gave Brian a headache. At this point, the creature extinguished the light and departed through a doorway, at which time another creature entered the room. This new creature was taller than the others, almost nine feet tall!
The new creature approached Brian and placed his hand on top of Brian’s head. Brian felt as if thousands of thoughts were rushing into his mind. Brian asked the creature who he was and what he wanted. Brian could hear the creature reply, but its speech was rapid and slurred. The creature replied again, this time at a slower rate and in perfect English, saying, “There will be no pain of this.” At this time all pain fled from Brian’s body. He continued to ask the creature who he was, where he was from, and what he wanted. The creature replied, “I will tell you, and I will show you.” Then Brian got the sensation of leaving the craft as if its walls melted away. He saw a holographic-type projection of domed cities on the surface of an alien planet. The creature explained that this was his old home planet before its destruction, and before the time of the virus that had mutated and killed his people. The hulky creatures were not as they appeared to be, but were wearing a projected “cloak of sorrow” in memory of the days of those who had gone before them. The cloak was also a biological shield against contaminants.
After the projected image disappeared, Brian found himself free from restraint and could move freely again. As the creature turned to leave, Brian still demanded to know who the creature was. At this point the creature turned to face Brian and said, “I lift the veil of projection.” Brian saw the creature in his true form as a human being about seven feet tall with long red hair and piercing blue eyes. The being further said, “I am Voltar,” then left the room.
Brian was escorted back to the first corridor where he had entered the craft. There he saw his friend Nick Corbin once again, and his crumpled clothes were left for him to dress. In a gentle motion Brian was lifted into the air and deposited back on the desert where he began to walk, looking for help. He noticed a light on the ground, which he discovered to be his own flashlight that he had dropped when he first sighted the UFO. As he returned to his car, he could remember clearly everything that had just happened. Later, after turning on his car radio and discovering it was now 11:10 PM, and that he had been out and away from his car for two hours, he began to forget. Brian had over an hour’s drive to get home to where he lived in Glendale. By the time he arrived home, he could only remember seeing a strange light in the sky.
Brian had five subsequent abductions with the last abduction occurring on June 22, 1976. Brian went through a post-abduction phase involving trances, automatic writings and drawings, and an experience of transformation on December 22, 1976, at the ruins of Tioahuanaco, Bolivia. After that time he was given ten projects to accomplish and has quietly disappeared to work on these projects to be culminated by December 25, 2011!
Since this article was written Linda Moulten Howe did a long article on Brian Scott and an update on his activities
Brian Alan Scott, 65, an aerospace design engineering draftsman, died of lung cancer this morning (1/21/2009) around 3:00 am (EST). Wife Marla and son Brian Jr. were at his bedside in Pottstown Memorial Hospital in Pennsylvania. Brian was alert and talking to them for several hours before passing away. He had been hospitalized for a week with pneumonia.
A breathing tube was placed into his trachea so he could talk, but bleeding started in his lungs last night and could not be halted by doctors. Brian passed away peacefully. The body will be cremated today.
Maria plans a spring memorial service probably in Boyertown or Quakertown, Pennsylvania. She would like to gather photos and stories from people who had met Brian.
Maria plans to spread Brian’s ashes near Bellevue, Washington in the Cascade Mountains where they lived and worked after building and donating the NOR x1-11, a prototype for future aerospace technology.
Brian was commended by President Carter on February 7, 1980 and documents related to his story were placed into the National Archives to mark that data as a “turning point” in history.
Numerous people across the United States who worked with Brian on advanced technologies plan to share info and develop products based on the NOR technology.
Sent in by Bill Hamilton