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The Little Blue Man

Studham, Bedfordshire (map) Dated: 1967
You would be very surprised if, one day, you came across a strange little figure that glowed blue all over. Read what happened in Bedfordshire, about 40 years ago.

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Name: Col 21st March 2016
Actually, in early 1970s a small blue man used to float outside my bedroom window and wave me to come out! I told my Mum as he did this several nights! She told me to ask him to go away and got my Dad to fix the old windows so it didn't open fully! I told the little Blue man to go away please that night, and he never returned! He was small and had a blue bowler hat, blue skin blue clothes blue all over! I lived in East Anglia ( won't say where)! I was about four years old, he was my height! I remember it very well! I was amazed to read this story on here all these years later! A very similar Elf type person! I must say, it rarely thunders in January (thinking of the original story) something strange must have happened? I only found this story because I wondered if there were blue Elf's one day, whilst remembering this that happened to me!
Name: Justin 15th March 2016
Name: Us 28th January 2016
pretty good
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