Wolrams story reminded me of one from the National UFO reporting center: http://www.nwlink.com/~ufocntr/ First, this is nothing like Wolram's story in that Wolram's is interesting; this one is kind of funny and sad. I'm not sure when this took place; I read this a few years ago somewhere in the NRC archieves. The story is told approximately as follows and in the first person. This guy was driving his motorcycle on a winding road; I think in the foothills north of Los Angeles. It is just getting dark when he sees a mysterious light coming straight at him. He swerves to miss whatever it was and runs off of the road. He crashes his bike and is injured, but apparently he remained conscious. After climbing back up the hill and while gathering his wits, he sees an other light coming at him again! The next thing he knows, about dawn I think, he is wakes up in the weeds back down on the side of the hill again. He was quite injured, but he eventually got a ride and made it home. In the end, he mentions that he had been drinking. After carefully reading his report several times, I realized the most likely version of the missing information: He was drunk. He first swerved off of the road to avoid hitting another car. The other driver may have never realized this due to the curve. He climbed back up the hill, dazed and drunk, and he then stood in the road where he was hit by another car. From something that he said I deduced that he was probably hit by the passenger mirror of a passing truck. He concluded that he had been abducted by aliens. In fact, he sounded somewhat desperate.