Kelly Cahill - Australia Encounter
Australia Encounter (UFO Connection) - Cynthia Siegel talks to Kelly Cahill about her encounter with a UFO in Victoria, Australia in 1993 and the evidence that was left behind.
This is one of the best investigated cases in Australia. East of
Melbourne's Dandenong foothills Kelly Cahill and five others reported being confronted by a flying saucer that appeared shortly after midnight, and tall, slim, black aliens with glowing red eyes.
Kelly Cahill was a young country housewife and mother of three.
Driving home through the Dandenongs from a barbecue one night in 1993, she spotted a bright light in a field.
Pulling off the road she saw, in the distance, three other people approaching the light.
Later both she and the others independently reported having a terrifying encounter with mysterious beings. Their reports were eerily similar.
This is Cahill's account of the event that has been taken seriously by researchers and authorities.
Kelly Cahill Encounter
Australia UFO Encounter
East of Melbourne's Dandenong foothills Kelly Cahill and five others observed a flying saucer that appeared shortly after midnight. They were also confronted by tall, slim, black aliens with glowing red eyes.
In August 1993, 27-year-old Kelly Cahill, her husband and three children were driving home after a visit to a friend's house.
Their routine journey would soon become a harrowing trip into an unknown world of strange beings that occupied space but were void of color as we know it.
The Dandenong foothills, near Belgrave, Victoria, Australia would have its location forever linked to one of the most unusual sightings of a strange creature in Ufology archives...
Kelly Cahill, a 27 -year-old housewife and mother of three children, is a pivotal figure in a remarkable experience she underwent near the outer Melbourne suburban housing estate of Narre Warren North, in the foothills of the Dandenongs, Victoria, between Belgrave and Fountain Gate, during the early hours of August 8th, 1993.
John Auchettl - Phenomena Research Australia