A fisherman who claims he was 'abducted by aliens 50 years ago' says he was warned about the Covid-19 pandemic to which he refers to as 'the plague'.
Calvin Parker, 68, says that, until now, he's been keeping these 'visions' to himself and now fears his claims are coming true, reports The Mirror.
He believes a UFO landed nearby the banks of a river in Pascagoula, Mississippi when he was just a teenager.
A then, 19-year-old Calvin, claimed he and his friend were grabbed by strange creatures, which had lobster-like claws along with carrot-like noses and ears.
Parker says he was shown terrible events from humanity’s past, during his close encounter back in 1973.
He said: "There is a plague going on now.
"Of course there has always been some kind of plague since the beginning of time, but from what I saw this one gets even worse.
"It was caused by mankind which is very bad because God is going to teach us a lesson and stay out of it before he steps back in.
"Mankind has lost faith and not willing to help others."
Parker also says his vision of WW3 would be on the horizon in the light of Russia-Ukraine tension.
British UFO investigator Philip Mantle, who has published Calvin's book, Pascagoula, The Closest Encounter, said: "Calvin finds it very difficult to discuss this aspect of his encounter calling it a curse."
Calvin, who has battled cancer, has revealed the so called 'visions' he experienced almost 50 years ago.
Referring to being aboard the UFO, he said: "As some of you will know I had a near death experience while on board this craft.
"This was when my blood was drained out of me and then replaced with what I still don't know. Then things were shown to me, things from the past, present and future."
He added: "I guess one could call it a curse. Ever since then I have had major health problems but slowly I have overcome most of them.
"I would not be talking about it now if I hadn't seen some of these come true. I sure don't want people to think I am psychic because I am not.
"Maybe I was handed a curse or it could be a way to help save our planet or mankind. But it scares the hell out of me not for me but for the future of all of us.
"My time here on earth is almost over.
"I would not want to leave here knowing there could be something I could do to help someone."
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