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Do You Believe? Terrell Copeland UFO Hunters Case #58105

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Terrell Copeland became "Case no. 58105" on The History Channel's new "UFO Hunters" series. There, on national TV, host Bill Birnes declared the Suffolk man to be a "hybrid" - a product of intergalactic breeding who is being prepped for direct contact with his alien relatives. "That's heavy," Copeland says. "It's not surprising to me, though. After all that's happened these last couple of years, it could be true." His life has gotten even weirder for Copeland, now 26, since the former Marine became one of several locals who told The Pilot they've seen UFOs over Hampton Roads. Back then, Copeland reported that he'd witnessed a massive triangle-shaped craft hovering over a Suffolk shopping center late one night in 2005. After that, Copeland said, he began experiencing what's known in UFO circles as "missing time" - minutes or hours that unaccountably vanish - and episodes of temporary paralysis, when he was awake and aware but couldn't move. His story wound up drawing the attention of the "UFO Hunters" team. TV types showed up in Suffolk in November, and Copeland became part of an episode called "Alien Contact," which first aired in April. On the episode, Copeland's video was compared with one taken at Lake Erie by Michael Hill of Cleveland, who said he has not only had multiple UFO encounters but also has been abducted by their occupants. The team called in an expert, but the images were too fuzzy. Next, Copeland and Hill were ferried to Massachusetts General Hospital for testing, where it was discovered that both have elevated levels of the enzyme creatine kinase, normally associated with muscle injury.