|One inclement evening in November 1961, Paul Miller and three
companions were returning home to Minot, North Dakota, after a hunting trip when what they
could only describe as 'a luminous silo' landed in a nearby
field. At first they thought it was a plane crashing, but had to revise their opinion when
the 'plane' abruptly vanished.
As the hunters drove off, the object reappeared and two humanoids emerged from it. Miller panicked and fired at one of the creatures, apparently wounding it. The other hunters immediately fled. On their way back to Minot, all of them experienced a blackout and 'lost' three hours.
Terrified, they decided not to report the incident to anyone. Yet the next morning, when Miller reported to work (in an Air Force office), three men in black arrived. They said they were government officials - but showed no credentials - and remarked unpleasantly that they hoped Miller was 'telling the truth' about the UFO.
How did they know about it? 'We have a report,' they said vaguely. 'They seemed to know everthing about me; where I worked, my name, everthing else,' Miller said. They also asked questions about his experiences as if they already knew the answers. Miller did not dare tell his story for several years.