Ian Punnett hosted a night of Open Lines. Rich in Chicago shared details from a bizarre encounter he and some friends had with a "greenish glowing little thing" in a Wisconsin forest. Rich said his scared companions quickly fired up their ATVs and rode off in haste. As he tried to start his vehicle, Rich watched a strange creature with a baby-sized body and the face of a 100-year-old man crawl across a road on all fours.
Neil in San Francisco recounted a story about his Aunt, who claimed to have been abducted by aliens in the mid-1960s somewhere along the border of New Hampshire and Maine. Neil said his aunt was hesitant to speak about her abduction, but showed him "proof" of the experience in the form of a red spot (implant?) on her neck. Neil also told Ian about a huge mechanical bird the size of a 747 that he viewed one night from the rooftop of his building.
RJ, a teen from Anaheim, briefly discussed his theory that human evolution (perhaps via genetic engineering) will eventually allow us to become resistant to cancer. According to Mike in Toronto, humans will need to travel into space and procreate in order to continue evolving. He guessed that within a thousand generations humans would likely look like a typical gray alien.