One Labor Day weekend in 1969, 4 unrelated families in the Berkshires reported experiencing and seeing very weird things.
Not only were UFO sightings reported, but so too were alien abductions.
To this day, no one can really explain what these people both saw and experienced.
Jane Green was driving with a friend around dusk on September 1, 1969, when she recalls seeing several bright lights ahead of them. She recalls thinking it was an accident, but when she got closer to the scene, the light was so bright she had to pull over to the side of the road.
When she got out of the car to get a better look at what was going on, she remembers seeing a huge object floating over the road.
It was so big that Jane remembers not being able to see the end of it. Within a few seconds, the object lifted up and flew over the mountains.
Around the same time, another young person named Tom Warner was at a neighborís house. As it got dark outside, Tom recalled hearing a voice that said:
You need to go home now.
To him. Immediately, he got up and attempted to run home.
Tom realized he was running in place and after realizing he could not move, he knew something was seriously wrong. Supposedly, a UFO dropped out of the sky and beamed him up to the ship. Although this situation might seem far fetched, the neighbor Tom was with named Jane Shaw witnessed everything that Tom claimed and agreed that she saw him not only running in place but also being taken by a UFO.
Melanie Kirchdorfer, who was 12 when she had her experience with the Berkshire UFO, remembers going to Dairy Queen the night of September 1, 1969, with her family. As they backed out of the parking lot, she remembers a brilliant bright aura surrounding their car.
Her father then decided to chase the bright light. However, she doesnít remember anything after the chase began other than levitating and being on a ship. She woke up hours later near a lake and had to find her way home.
Thomas Reed and his family also all had a scary encounter with something on the night of September 1, 1969.
Reed and his family were driving on the Sheffield Bridge when they noticed a floating object near their car.
Reed describes what they felt as a sudden change in pressure. As the light grew brighter and brighter around them, the family realized they were somewhere else. Reed recalls being in something that looked like an airplane hangar, but eventually, they were removed from the vehicle.
The family then seemed to wake up back in their car 3 hours later. They were over a mile from where they had previously been on the Sheffield Bridge, and Thomas Reedís mother was seated in the passenger seat and his grandmother, who didnít drive, was seated in the driverís seat.