Analysis of a Fibrous Material Removed from an Experiencer’s Shoulder (August 15, 2015, Northwestern, Pennsylvania)

Analysis of a Fibrous Material Removed from an Experiencer’s Shoulder (August 15, 2015, Northwestern, Pennsylvania)

Case File Information

Date of Event / Case File: 08/15/2015

Case File Details

Background

A fibrous material was removed from the right shoulder blade of an Experiencer on August 15, 2015. From email exchanges this analyst understands that at least one other ‘fiber’ was pulled from the Experiencer’s back in 2012. The object is to determine the composition of the specimen, and whether it could be related to an alien implant.

Conclusions

  • The specimen is not an alien implant. It is of plant origin and has a composition typical to splinter from a piece of wood, i.e. cellulose, lignin, and hemicelluloses. This is confirmed by microscopic and infrared analysis. A small amount of blood is detected on the specimen.
  • The shoulder location of the specimen is curious. It is certainly not a common place for a splinter to be found. If connected to an abduction, this along with a second fibrous material removed from the back in 2012 might suggest a clue to the environment or location surrounding the event.

The Analysis

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Originating Organization: Phyllis Budinger


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