Former head of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, who also served as president of the Russian republic of Kalmykia, has claimed he was abducted by aliens back in the 1990s.
Ilyumzhinov detailed the “encounter” in an interview with the Sports.ru website, published on Tuesday.
“[It happened in] September 1997, in Moscow. They called me to the balcony. I went out and soon found myself on their ship. Everything was simple,” he claimed.
The aliens turned out to be humanoids, “slightly taller than us,” sporting yellow suits, according to the ex-FIDE boss. Ilyumzhinov claimed he spoke to his abductors for some eight hours – but was only missing from his apartment for about one hour.
Ilyumzhinov also said he asked the “aliens” why they did not reveal themselves to humanity, and was told Earth-dwellers were not yet up to their standards.
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HAHA! I should point out that earth-dwellers are not yet up to our standards either.
Lol, well these stories were much more prevalent in the 1990’s. Usually they used anal probes, and installed chips in abductees. What type of vodka was he drinking?