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Occurred : 5/7/2006 00:00 (Entered as : 05/07/2006 0:00)
Reported: 5/10/2006 6:44:26 PM 18:44
Posted: 5/15/2006
Location: Lafayette, CA
Shape: Unknown
Triangular bruise with three red lines horizontal inside

I have been in bed with the flu since Sunday night, May 7, 2006. I woke Sunday morning with a scratchy sore throat. I had a recital to give, and had to go forth. By evening, I was very ill. I had a horrible sore throat - the worst I've ever felt.

Monday afternoon, I noticed that I had a terribly sore spot on my left arm where it junctions with my torso. I was confused as to why it would hurt. Being as ill as I was, I never undressed.

On Tuesday, May 9th, while dressing so my husband could take me to the doctor he noticed this triangular shaped bruise, one ince long, with three red lines going thru it horizontally! I looked and said, "That's where the pain has been." I know I did not do this by hitting or bumping into anything.

While at the doctors, at Kaiser, I wrote on a pad of paper, Look at this! The doc said, "Well, we know you're prone to brusing easily, we could do another test but this looks like you got hit with a three-pronger." I have no idea what she meant.

At that time, I couldn't even make a sound, I had lost my voice totally. So I just shrugged my shoulders and left the office.

Today, wednesday, I'm a bit better, at least not in bed, and I'm investigating what could have caused this bruise.

I do not know what happened.

((NUFORC Note: Witness indicates that the date of the event is approximate. PD))

((NUFORC Note: The witness provides a good photograph of the wound. We are unable to certify that the wound is related to UFO's or an abduction scenario, but the fact that a person could have such a serious lesion, and not remember its source, seems unusual to us. PD))

((NUFORC Note: Witness elects to remain totally anonymous; provides no contact information. PD))