|John Milor is an author of several books, and radio talk show guest for numerous programs, including the Art Bell show. His interest in understanding paranormal phenomenon began at the age of five after hearing his great grandmotherís tale of seeing a UFO hovering over the plains of Kentucky during broad daylight, shortly following the turn of the century. This story, as well as numerous otherworldly encounters of his own, fueled his quest of the unknown. His life literally became an episode of the X-Files on a number of occasions, until he reached the age of twenty one, and was visited by none other than Jesus Christ, in a vision. Since that time, Milor has become a born again Christian, yet continues to investigate paranormal phenomenon, now with a Bible in one hand,r and research documentation in the other hand. John has earned two Associates degrees and a Bachelor degree in Business, and works as a Master Sergeant in the Air National Guard. He lives with his family in Fresno, California. All are invited to visit his website to read all his books; they are posted online in their entirety for free reading: http://www.AliensAndTheAntichrist.com. Milor operates a MySpace website @ www.MySpace.com/johnmilor, and welcomes emails as well: firstname.lastname@example.org.
My great grandmotherís UFO Sighting
by John Milor
Posted: 12:35 April 9, 2007
My great grandmother Thelma was born in Kentucky shortly after the turn of the 19th century. She and my great grandfather were godly people. In fact, my great grandfather Rant was an evangelist during the great depression. His aunt prophesied over him when he was a newborn baby, saying that he would be a preacher of the Word of God. She was indeed a prophetess, no doubt, because what she said came to pass. He left home with his teenage bride and traveled all over the United States during some tumultuous years in America, spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ. My Grandmother Ruth said they sometimes lived on potatoes for months at a time, living out of their car, making camp at the side of any given road.
My great grandmother saw and experienced a few "different" things throughout her lifetime, and relayed these stories to various family members, including myself. I'd consider her my most reputable source of all my stories, because she was greatly known by all for having a fervent faith and being a godly woman. She once told me that she had read the Bible twenty six times cover to cover, and was currently working on her twenty-seventh reading. My childhood visits to her house were always accompanied with stories about Daniel and the lion's den, David and Goliath, and other famous Biblical accounts. My earliest memories of her and my great grandfather were the times they were busily planting seeds of faith in my heart. It goes without saying that she never missed church, prayed for hours every day, read her Bible every day, and dedicated her life to serving God in any way she could.
I didn't get to know my great grandfather very well, because he died while I was still quite young, but I am well acquainted with my great grandmother Thelma's bizarre tales of the paranormal. She once saw a UFO when she was seventeen years old. Our entire family thought it fascinating to hear such an outlandish story coming from her, of all people. Her story about the angel that saved her life as well as her two visions of Jesus Christ seemed more fitting, but a UFO! Where did that come from? She told this strange story one night when many members of my family were at her house visiting. She was contently reading a newspaper story about a wild goose chase between several police cars and a UFO sighted in the countryside of Madera, Ca. (where we all lived). She piped up quite suddenly, excited about the article, read it out loud, and then blurted out to everyone's amazement, "I saw a UFO when I was seventeen years old!" Everyone's mouths fell open.