Lisa Tenney, 40, claims to have been raped by evil aliens, but despite the ordeal, considers some of the other aliens who kidnapped her as like family.
The life coach from Idaho, USA, said a number of different aliens, some nice and some hostile, had abducted her since she was a child aged six.
She insists she has been taken by several kinds of extra-terrestrials, including evil ones from a government project referred to as “MyLab”.
The Mylab beings would “aggressively” probe her genitals, she claimed.
She said: “There was no emotional connection. It felt like rape. It was not a good feeling.”
Mrs Tenney said the aliens would always appear through her bedroom wall as “static” before they solidified.
She said: “I would watch my body do the same thing and then I would move through the wall.”
She described the alies as humanoid – with arms, legs and a head, but no genitals.
They had “large, black, oil-like eyes.”
She added: “They have tiny ears and the mouth is there but really tiny. There was more telepathy than speaking.”
More friendy aliens that contacted her were described as “higher dimensional, more conscious in their heart”.
She said: “The one being that came to me the most and my sister as well, I would call her Mum.
“The being that I connected with wasn’t scary. It felt like I was at the doctor.
“I want people to know its alright to talk about this and to stop being afraid of the stigma of: ‘You’re crazy’. This is more normal than people want to admit.”
Lisa was interviewed about her experiences by Earth Mystery News, who posted the broadcast online via their social media channel.
The group describes itself as a “world-class collective of award-winning journalists and researchers” who aim to be the leading source of paranormal news.
Viewers had mixed views.
One user commented: “She made me tear up. I relate to her so much.”
Another said: “Sounds like my experience, minus the friendly ones. I’m just glad they stopped coming.”
Claims of alien abduction are often made, and usually involve the abductee claiming to have been contacted several times.