Analysis of an Anomalous Foreign Object (AFO) Expelled from the Throat of an Experiencer (July 24, 2014, Milwaukie, Oregon, CMS Case File: 58591)

Analysis of an Anomalous Foreign Object (AFO) Expelled from the Throat of an Experiencer (July 24, 2014, Milwaukie, Oregon, CMS Case File: 58591)

Case File Information

Date of Event / Case File: 07/24/2014

Case File Details

Background

The background as reported in the posted CMS file on the MUFON website1 reads as follows. “Witness contacted Oregon MUFON Asst. SD regarding an apparent implant removed from right adenoid or other glandular passage in his throat. Object has been secured by Oregon SD and will be submitted for analysis. Additional sighting experiences related dating back to approximately 1946 or 1947. These will be described in the complete report.” The objective is to identify the AFO.

Conclusions

  • The sample is composed of primarily calcium phosphate and a small amount of calcium carbonate. Possibly a very small amount of calcium oxalate could be present. It is 3 millimeters in diameter and weighs 0.0524 grams.
  • These types of calcium deposits (calcifications) can be found throughout the human body and caused by a variety of medical problems. The source is not from a foreign implant.

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