“In Tucson, my daughter and I were sitting in the living room one night in the 1990s when she grabbed her chest and started screaming. I rushed her to the [emergency room] where they said her muscles had been dislodged from her chest which was like a football injury when a player gets their chest wall slammed, but I told them we were watching TV, and they said it was impossible to happen by watching TV. I talked to another mother there, and the exact thing happened to her 14-year old daughter while watching TV.
“[We] left [the hospital] at midnight, exactly, and are only three minutes from the hospital. I was driving on the overpass, I vaguely remember a blinding light engulfing my car and my daughter screaming, when suddenly my car was under the overpass facing the wrong direction, engine idling and the car clock flashing 1:30 AM. 1.5 hours of lost time. I found my bearings and drove back up the overpass, and there was a UFO about 7 feet above my hood. It was round, about 8 feet wide, made no noise, had red, blue and white lights spinning on the bottom of it. I was in awe driving slowly, and it followed me home. My daughter was terrified and screaming, ‘Go! Go! Go!’ We get to the house and my son and cousins are there and awake, and they see it hovering over the trees behind my house for over an hour. My car had electrical problems. My cousin said someone had been on the roof trying to get in, and she dreamed it was tall, blonde aliens.