It’s a bold claim, explored in a new film ‘Love and Saucers’ – where Huggins shows off his often sexually explicit paintings inspired by a life of unbridled sex with a being from another world ( Alien). Huggins is married, by the way. One is simply titled, ‘Virginity lost’ – and many feature explicit scenes with Crescent, who resembles Gene Simmons from Kiss, but with breasts.
Huggins claims that sex with Crescent was initially painful – but then they became lovers, and he fathered an alien child with ‘her’.
David Huggins says he has fathered several half-human, half-alien children – and has shown off a painting with alien women holding up weird hybrid babies he claims are his.
‘I just lay down on the ground and she got on top of me. I have no idea why me. I just don’t know.’
‘I don’t know much, but I do know for sure I lost my virginity to an extra terrestrial woman.’
Huggins has chronicled his often X-rated alien experiences as part of an exhibition of paintings, which depict no-holds-barred alien-on-human sex with merciless realism.
Huggins claims he was first abducted by aliens aged eight, but that his relationship with the sultry alien took off later.
Huggins claims he also met little hairy aliens, grey aliens and insectoid aliens, who he did not have sex with.
Nigel Watson, author of ‘The Haynes UFO Investigations Manual’ says, ‘David’s experiences are very detailed, and his works of art show they have had a powerful influence on him throughout his life. Yet, he is not the only one to claim such experiences, which haunt people from childhood onwards. In his book Communion, Whitley Strieber famously described being abducted by aliens who inserted a 1ft (0.3m)-long anal probe inside him. It seemed to be a living entity, so when it was taken out he was surprised to see it was a mechanical device.’
‘Many of these type of cases came to light in the 1960s but were largely ignored by ufologists, who just wanted to prove that UFOs were robot craft from outer space. Alien encounters and abductions only began being seriously considered and researched in the 1970s.’