I've found this story using 2 totally different sets of names for the couple. Some use Elise and Tom Gifford, others use Dawn and Steve Hess. On or both are pseudonyms. I'll use Hess.
A story of Dawn and Steve Hess, a couple that were kidnapped by what they believed to be a swarm of alien beings in the Mojave Desert.
Steve recounted how their experience took place, when the Hess's decided to drive their RV into the Mojave Desert and camp there for the night.
As they were sitting around the camp fire, Steve spotted a UFO which quickly disappeared behind a mountain. Wishing not to alarm his wife, Steve attempted to make small talk and roast marshmallows until Dawn also saw the same object.
As soon as they see the one, Hess said, in the blink of an eye, there's eight more.
From there, the 9 UFOs formed a formation along the horizon and appeared to be communicating with each other.
Already uneasy, the Hess's began to panic as 100's of shiny objects filled the sky and subsequently fell to the ground. As the objects descended, creatures with red eyes emerged from the craft, unleashing what seemed to be thousands of entities onto the desert floor.
Concerned for their safety, Steve then grabbed a shotgun from the RV and prepared to fend off these entities. However, before he could, Dawn heard a subliminal message instructing them to not be aggressive, lest they would be killed, and to return to their camper.
As if hypnotized, the couple followed the orders while two grey electrified objects emerged outside the RV and kept them from leaving the vehicle.
Now trapped inside the camper, they were astonished to look up in the sky and see a massive craft which discharged a triangular object that seemed to be searching the desert for something.
Suddenly, their RV was surrounded by 9 illuminated figures that the Hess's described as about 5' tall with large heads and spindly appendages. These entities began delivering telepathic messages to the Hess's which induced profound terror in them that seemed to be extracted by the beings as if they were experimenting with human emotions.
The ordeal continued for hours, until it felt like their camper was lifted up into the massive UFO and their conscious memories ceased. When they woke up the next morning, the Hess's struggled to comprehend what happened to them and, after a few months, underwent hypnosis to better understand their experience, since strange events continued to plague them.
It was at that point that they learned of an additional four hours spent aboard the craft as well as more terrifying insights into their encounter with these entities.