This is one of the most interesting cases that took place in the United States of America. The incident is dated back to 25th October 1974 in Wyoming and the witness’s name is Carl Higdon.
Higdon was in the woods on a hunting expedition. When he aimed his gun at an elk and fired, he saw the bullet leave his gun very slowly and fall gently to the ground. He realized that the area of woodland around him was utterly silent and saw a man approaching him from across the clearing. As he drew nearer, Higdon saw that the being was not human as he had no hands and his right arm ended in a cone-shaped gun like device. He described the entity as a humanoid with no chin or jaw and two antennae on his forehead. The being was approximately 2 meter tall and had yellow skin, small eyes and no visible ears. The figure asked Higdon, “How you doin’?” and introduced himself as Ausso. This is one of the few occasions when a visiting alien has told a human his name. Higdon was taken into the being’s cube-shaped craft where he saw five elks frozen in a chamber.
Ausso operated the ship’s controls and Higdon saw them move away from the Earth. Only moments later they landed on Ausso’s planet. Higdon was fascinated to see other, apparently normal, humans on the planet. They did not appear to be prisoners or held against their will. One of the structures on the alien’s planet was a space-needle-type building surrounded by very bright spotlights. Higdon shielded his eyes complaining that they were too bright to which the alien replied, “Your sun burns us.” Higdon was given a medical examination and then told he had failed and that he was not what they were looking for. He explained later that the planet was described as a dark planet approximately 163,000 light years away from Earth. He was transported back to the woodlands of Wyoming and left near his truck. Similar aliens were sighted in Wales two years later. Higdon found the single bullet that he had fired and seen fall to the ground. It was examined and found to be in a strange condition. Several other witnesses not connected to Higdon reported seeing lights in the sky over the woodlands that night.