A biologist who worked on a secret government research project in area 51 until a few weeks ago claims she was impregnated by one of the facility’s alien detainees.
34-year Jenny Morgans, a Yale Ph.D. graduate in xenoanthropology and theoretical biology spent the last three years working for the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA).
She claims she was charged with studying and interacting with a group of three extraterrestrial detainees on the highly classified United States Air Force facility known as Area 51, in Nevada.
Ms. Morgans claimed Yesterday in an interview with the Nevada Herald that while communicating with the aliens through a limited form of telepathy, she grew closer to one of them and one thing leading to another, ended up having sex with it.
“We couldn’t really talk, but it knew exactly what I wanted. It was strange, exotic, surreal… The greatest sex I’ve ever had!”
According to her, her superiors were rapidly informed of her sexual escapade and their attitude towards her changed immediately.
“At first they were worried and angry, but they went totally crazy when they learned I was pregnant. I was afraid for myself and my child, so I quit my job and ran away.”
The facility officially called Homey Airport (KXTA) and frequently referred to as Area 51 is the frequent subject of conspiracy theories and is reputed to hold the remains of unidentified flying objects (UFO) as well as alien detainees, allegations denied by the U.S Air Force.
Ms. Morgans says she now fears being hunted down by government agents, both for her hybrid child but because of the secrets she knows.
She says she contacted the media to assure her own safety and that of her half-alien child, claiming she is less likely to be assassinated now that the public is aware of her story.
She is currently hiding in an undisclosed location as the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command (USACIDC) has filed charges of theft of military property, conspiracy to steal military property as well as treason, against her.
If found guilty of all charges in a military tribunal, she could face 35 years of imprisonment and be ordered to pay up to $940,000 in restitution to the United States Army.