Woman says she was sexually assaulted by an animal after she says she woke up with a bite in her stomach


A woman who said she woke from a sleepwalking nightmare last year to find her legs had been cut off by an “extraterrestrial” creature was left devastated by the ordeal.

Arica Grande told CBC News that she woke to find she was on the floor of a room where she had been “dislocated” and “drowned” by the creature.

Grande said she felt a sharp pain in her upper right arm, but said she wasn’t sure if it was a bite or a sharp object.

The incident occurred when she was 12 years old.

The next day, she said she awoke to find that her leg had been broken.

“The first thing I did was put a bandage around my arm, which was a lot of pain,” Grande said.

She said she spent a lot more time in the hospital than she thought was appropriate, but she said that’s because she was in shock.

“When I woke up, it was like a dream, and I was in bed with my sister and she was crying, so I said, ‘I’ve got to get out of bed,'” she said.

Grandes said she got to her sister’s room in her home in Saskatoon and the next thing she knew, she was outside in the rain.

“I remember running out of the house and I remember walking down the street and there were people running up and down the road,” she said, adding that she felt sick.

She was then taken to a local hospital for observation, where doctors discovered her legs were missing.

“They had cut my legs off,” Grandes said.

The woman, who is now 20, said that the “dancing” creature appeared to be male.

“It was like it was on top of me, like it’s standing over me,” she told CBC.

“After that, it started biting my legs.”

Grande is now trying to understand how a “dancer” could perform such a feat.

“At first, I thought it was my imagination, but it was real,” she explained.

“My sister was crying and she said it was her boyfriend’s hands and I thought, ‘Oh my God, they’re doing this to me.'”

Grande also said she doesn’t know how she got bitten by the “alien” that was supposed to be the culprit.

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