THINK ABOUTIT LANDING REPORT
Date: July 2nd 1969
Sighting Time: 1035A
Urban or Rural: -grounds of a primary school
No. of Entity(‘s): 5
Entity Type: tiny men
Entity Description: tiny men in red uniforms
Hynek Classification: CE-III (Close Encounter III) Close observation with animate beings associated with the object.
No. of Object(s): 1
Height & Speed:
Size of Object(s): no larger than a dinner plate
Distance to Object(s):
Shape of Object(s): saucer
Color of Object(s): silver
Number of Witnesses: Many
Source: Alan Baker: Encyclopaedia of Alien Encounters, pp 37-38.
Summary/Description: On the morning of July 2nd 1969 (only 3 weeks before Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon) a silver flying saucer no larger than a dinner plate landed in the grounds of a primary school in Johore Bahru, Malaysia.
Five tiny men in red uniforms stepped out of it and surveyed their surroundings. Seeing a crowd of inquisitive children running towards them, they jumped down a hole in the ground and disappeared. Their saucer simultaneously vanished into thin air.
It was the prelude to an unlikely invasion. During the following decade, Malaysia was visited by a veritable plague of tiny humanoids. They seemed particularly attracted to young children and had a knack of disappearing whenever cornered.