He remembered leaving his house in a wagon at 5 in the morning. More than 2 hours into his trip in the countryside, up the road, he noticed what he first thought were two hunters headed in the same direction. He describes them pacing their steps so his wagon could catch up. When he did, the official report says: “It was at this point that Wolski was struck by the greenish tinge of their faces,”
The way in which they walked was like the way that divers walk on the seabed: they were performing ‘supple jumps’, recalls the old farmer. Dr. Zbigniew Blania Bolnar, a well-respected sociologist questioned Wolski and wrote a report, including personal conclusions.
In his own words, the farmer described the aliens wearing something resembling one piece scuba diving gear: “People say that such outfits are worn by divers, but I never saw a diver so I cannot say.” This is also a statement which gives strong credibility to this case.
Dr. Bolnar interviewing Wolski shortly after the event
Jan Wolski was a religious man, raised a Roman Catholic, so he did not believe in extraterrestrial existence. His first guess was that the strange human like beings were probably of Asiatic descent, and his thoughts when asked about this were: “Nothing, what is there to think?! I see more freaks. So what?!”
The two walked along his wagon for a short period of time, then peacefully seated themselves on each side until reaching their destination. Wolski remembers not feeling endangered at any time, even though he couldn’t understand what they were saying: “They did not address me, they talked among themselves, but who could understand such a language?!”