In 1957, Antônio Villas Boas was plowing fields with his tractor in rural Brazil when he was taken against his will by a group of 5-foot-tall ETs. Once on their spaceship, he was put in a room where they released some sort of gas that made him sick. Then an attractive, naked woman with long platinum-blonde hair, fire-red pubic hair and deep-blue cat eyes, came to him and forced him to have intercourse.According to Villas Boas, she wanted to produce an alien-human hybird that she would raise on her planet.
When he got back, Villas Boas was covered in radiation burns, with no memory of how he got them.
American researcher and skeptic Peter Rogerson questioned the veracity of Villas Boas' narrative, arguing that an article about alien abduction had appeared in the widely popular magazine O Cruzeiro in November 1957. He noted that Villas Boas' story only started to gain popularity in 1958 and that Villas Boas could have predated his "encounter" to give it more credibility. Also, Rogerson argued that Villas Boas was influenced (as were many other abductees) by the popular, sensationalist narratives of ufologist Georges Adamski.
Most abduction stories have elements in common with that of Villas Boas: kidnapping in an alien spaceship, medical exams that center around the human reproductive system — or explicit sexual contact with extraterrestrials — and mysterious marks left on the body.
What do you think? Was Villas Boas making it all up? Or was he really abducted?