The Jean Hingley case involves a close encounter in 1979 with three insectoids described as having butterfly wings. Hingley’s recounting of events appeared in the "Flying Saucer Review" (Nov./Dec. 1979) after being interviewed by Eileen Morris.
The insectoids meant no harm to Hingley. They communicated with her in kindness (as a hive mind), investigating her furnishings around the house. They stayed only a short time, before leaving in their craft. It was described as about ten foot long, having round windows or portholes that seemed to be covered with a kind of shining plastic. ‘There was something like a "scorpion tail" at the back and a kind of "wheel" on top.’
Although the English press whimsically labelled the story "Mince Pie Martians", its likely that the beings were not from Mars, as the Jean Hingley transcript says nothing about that planet. When Hingley asked them, "Where have you come from?"; they responded: "We come from the sky."