Several people have seen aliens.
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The presence of extraterrestrials is perhaps one of the most controversial topics in the history of science. Ranging from alien sightings to people claiming being kidnapped to strange planets, there are plenty of stories regarding the existence of aliens.

However, in a bizarre turn of event, a group of women from the United States has now claimed they have hybrid children fathered by aliens from a distant world.

As reported by Daily Mail UK, members of this group called Hybrid Baby Community claim aliens have been experimenting with their DNA over a period of decades to come out with a hybrid that has the best of both alien and human traits.

One of the members of the group, Bridget Nielson, 27, who hails from Sedona, Arizona, said the sex was the "best ever", and refuted the lack of evidence saying extraterrestrials only take women who "want to be taken".

Nielson lives with her father, but said she is still regularly visited by aliens, and has so far mothered 10 hybrid children — four boys and six girls — who live on giant alien spaceships.

"They are not just taking our children — they are creating a hybrid race to better humanity," she said.

Another member, Aluna Verse, 23, a video game designer, said: "I was in a classroom setting with other humans. All of sudden I'm sat next to this green reptilian creature and immediately I'm so sexually turned on looking at this being.

"I was very surprised. We're making love in this classroom in front of everyone. Everyone turned their attention to us. It sounds crazy and people have asked if I'm off my meds," she added.

Some of the other members of the Community, which has women between the ages of 19 and late 60s, claim they have more than 10 children with the aliens.

It is not the first time people have claimed to have had sex with aliens. Listverse published a list of 10 people in November last year, which included men and women who claimed to have had sexual intercourse with aliens.

Despite all these claims, there has been no official confirmation or proper evidence supporting them.