As the second video below points out, the universe has an estimated 30,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 stars… and an estimated 10,000,000,000,000,000,000 planets that can support life. Does that mean that extraterrestrials do in fact exist, that they’ve visited earth, and that they’ve abducted humans in some cases?
There has been so many stories in the news lately related to what is going on in the heavens, I find it very hard to believe that we’re alone in the universe as a result of some cosmic soup gone wild. Sorry. Not buying it. Whether deeply religious, or not religious at all, there is more than enough evidence to support that mankind has some type of creator, be it God, E.T., or both, assuming God made E.T.
Since the dawn of recorded history, from all corners of the earth, for some reason mankind has been obsessed with the three stars of Orion’s belt. It might also interest you to know that many of the secret societies today are also obsessed with Orion’s belt, believing they are direct lineal descendants of “sky gods” who came here millennia ago. You can explore that further in How Illuminati Are Directly Related To Ancient Megaliths and What it Means. Most members of these secret societies are among the wealthiest, most educated, and most informed people on earth. Has money made them all that naive? Or, do they have so much money because of secrets they know related to that belief?
Lately, there have been many stories about other worlds and alien life such as The Mysterious Planet X Actually Visible Every Day of 2016 So Far Only Using Naked Eyes (Videos), or more scientific stories like, Caltech Researchers Find Evidence of Sitchin’s Planet X and The Annunaki and Humanity’s Forbidden History Are Now Being Investigated. Since much of the news we hear on the subject of alien life comes from the Internet, stories are often not vetted for accuracy, and most turn out to be false.
Here’s the thing:
If just ONE of all the stories is correct, imagine what that means! How do we know if any of the stories we hear are real though? Well, when it comes to credibility, it’s extremely difficult not to take men like Canada's Defense Minister Seriously, Who Claims There are as Many as FOUR Alien Species That he Knows of Visiting Earth Right Now (Video Interview), or even the United State’s own Sixth Man to Walk on Moon (Edgar Mitchell), Who Has Come Right Out and Claimed Aliens Prevented Nuclear Exchange During the Cold War. Both are extremely credible sources.
One thing is certain:
In recent years, thanks to an ongoing event known as “The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure,” where some of the world’s top minds, former government officials, and alleged abductees meet semi-regularly, we are probably closer to getting answers than at any time before in human history. For those not familiar with “The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure,” check out the video below.
The Citizen Hearing on Disclosure was an unprecedented event. Researchers, activists, and military witnesses representing ten countries gave testimony in Washington, DC to six former members of the United States Congress about events and evidence indicating an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race. With over thirty hours of testimony from forty witnesses over five days, the event was the most concentrated body of evidence regarding the extraterrestrial subject ever presented to the press and the general public at one time.
With all that in mind, before we get to the Top 10 scariest abductions, the video below has 5 fascinating, and allegedly “real,” alien abduction stories.
These allegedly true alien abduction stories are very scary, creepy and yet they are utterly fascinating. Are these recollections of alien and UFO's fantasies, or did these kidnappings really happen? UFO's, Aliens, Alien Encounters and the mystery surrounding extraterrestrial life continue to keep us wondering.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THESE STORIES?
Hold that thought until you’ve read the Top 10 abduction stories below, and at the end of the article by Humans are Free, there is a full-length documentary on alien abduction that is likely to scare the snot out you!!!!
10. Antonio Vilas-Boas (1957)
In 1957, Brazilian farmer Antonio Vilas-Boas claimed he was abducted by aliens while tending to his fields.
According to his story, four 5-foot-tall aliens, dressed in gray overalls and helmets, approached him and immediately took him aboard their spherical craft.
As time passed, he was instructed to have sex with a female alien with long white hair, red pubic and underarm hair, and bright blue eyes.
Vilas-Boas believes he was simply used as a sperm donor, and his offspring is being raised somewhere in outer space.
9. Pascagoula, Mississippi Abduction (1973)
In October of 1973, co-workers Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker were fishing off a pier in Pascagoula, Mississippi when they heard a strange sound and saw flashing blue lights.
An oval-shaped craft suddenly appeared, and three creatures standing 5-feet-tall approached them. Their skin was pale, and they had “carrot-like growths” protruding from their noses and ears. Instead of hands, the creatures had creepy, lobster-like claws.
The two men reported the incident to the police, with Hickson alleging he was mechanically inspected once he entered the spacecraft. Police left the two men alone in a room during the investigation, and recorded their conversation with a hidden tape recorded.
Police were hoping the men would reveal their story as being a hoax, but instead, Hickson and Parker nervously discussed the event, and Parker was recorded as saying:
“I knew all along they was people from other worlds up there… I never thought it would happen to me.”
8. Whitley Strieber (1985)
Fiction turned into a real life traumatic experience when author Whitley Strieber claimed he had an alien encounter. The author of horror novels such as The Hunger, Strieber believed non-human visitors abducted him from his upstate New York home in December of 1985.
He recounts being dragged from his bed naked and taken into the woods. He was then placed inside a spacecraft where he was probed by entities in blue coveralls.
Strieber later shared his experience with the world in the New York Times Best Seller, Communion, as well as subsequent non-fiction follow-ups to his story.
Many believed Strieber made up the abduction story just to sell more copies of his book, but 30 years later, he and his wife still stand by his claims.
7. Kirsan Ilyumzhinov (1997)
Russian politician and chess guru Kirsan Ilyumzhinov claimed he was abducted by aliens wearing yellow suits on September 17, 1997. According to Ilyumzhinov, the creatures took him from his apartment in Moscow, and placed him aboard a transparent spaceship.
The spaceship took him to “some star” in outer space, and Ilyumzhinov claims he was able to communicate with the creatures because “they have the same mind, the same vision.”
6. The Allagash Waterway Abduction (1976)
Brothers Jim and Jack Weiner, and their art school classmates Chuck Rack and Charlie Foltz, were abducted during a fishing trip at the Allagash Waterway in Maine. The men didn’t have any lucky fishing in the daytime, so they decided to take a canoe out into the water for some late night fishing.
While floating through the water in complete darkness, the group noticed a glowing light reflecting from the top of the trees. The light began to change colors before hovering over their canoe and engulfing the entire group.
Before they knew it, they were back at the campground sitting in front of a burned out fire. Slowly, the events of that night came back to each man.
They recounted strange beings examining them aboard a spaceship. After going through hypnotic therapy, each man retold the same story while under hypnosis. Since they were all artists, they were able to draw similar artistic renderings depicting their haunting experience.
5. Betty and Barney Hill (1961)
One of the most famous abduction stories involves Betty and Barney Hill, a married couple who was involved in one of the most publicized alien abduction stories in the U.S. While living in New Hampshire, the couple came in contact with a UFO while driving back from Niagara Falls.
They followed the movement of the spaceship for awhile before it landed in the middle of the highway. Barney slammed on the brakes, exited the car, and approached the aircraft.
Barney recounts seeing creatures staring at him from the spaceship’s windows. Completely freaked out, he ran back to his car, but it was already too late.
The aircraft had lifted itself over the Hill’s vehicle, a loud buzzing noise was transmitted, and the couple felt their consciousness go blurry. When they finally woke up, they had traveled more than 35 miles without any recollection, and their watches had been broken.
The couple underwent hypnosis in which they both retold the same story. A novel about their experience was later released called The Interrupted Journey.
4. Frederick Valentich (1978)
This next story is probably the most fascinating of them all, because the man involved didn’t live to tell about his harrowing experience. Aspiring pilot Frederick Valentich was just 20 years old when he went on a training flight in Australia’s Bass Strait.
During the flight, he radioed Melbourne’s Air Traffic Control to let them know he was being “shadowed” by an unidentified object about 1,000 feet above his airplane. Valentich told air traffic controllers it definitely wasn’t an aircraft, and the UFO was “orbiting” around his plane and emitting a bright, green light.
Almost immediately, he began to experience engine problems. The controller then heard a scraping noise before all contact was lost.
A four-day search took place, but there weren’t any signs of Valentich nor his plane. Some people refused to believe he was actually abducted, claiming his disappearance was staged, and others believe he became disoriented in-flight and was seeing his own plane’s light reflecting from the water.
Either way, we may never know what truly happened to Valentich on that fateful night.
3. John Salter, Jr. (1988)
John Salter, Jr. and his son John III were traveling down the highway when they noticed a UFO in the sky. The story then gets a little strange because neither of them had a vivid recollection of the events that took place.
They do remember seeing a group of half-human, half-alien children who they quickly bonded with. The creatures made them feel at ease and protected them during the alleged hour-long abduction.
The men were subjected to medical examinations, and following the experience, they both reported their overall health had improved.
John Jr., who had a permanent forehead scar before the incident took place, claims the scar completely healed and disappeared after the abduction. Pretty trippy, right?
2. Clayton and Donna Lee (2005)
Clayton Lee claims he has been abducted by aliens numerous times in his life, and despite this, he still managed to convince his wife, Donna, to marry him. After their union, Donna also became a victim of the abductions, and the couple shared their experience with their local Houston news station.
Donna claimed that during one abduction the aliens took her fetus from her body. The news station put the couple under hypnosis, and Donna began screaming, “Stop touching me!” while under a trance.
Although evidence of Donna being pregnant was never corroborated, the couple quickly received nationwide recognition for their story.
1. Travis Walton (1975)
One of the most recognizable alien abduction stories comes from Travis Walton who turned his experience into a top-grossing film. On November 6, 1975, 22-year-old Walton and his crew of loggers were finishing another day of work. While they were driving home, they spotted a silvery disc floating in the sky.
The driver stopped the car and Walton jumped out and ran toward the object. When the space craft began to move, Walton stepped back toward the car, but it was a little too late. A blue-green beam shot out and “struck” Walton and he disappeared.
Walton’s crew fled the area, and one of his co-workers called the police from a nearby town. When the police arrived at the scene, Walton was nowhere to be found.
A search party looked for him for five days, until he suddenly reappeared looking tired and emaciated. He told investigators he had been abducted by the craft, and spent the last five days inside the UFO where medical experiments were performed on his body.
In 1978, Walton published a book about his experience, entitled The Walton Experience. In 1993 his story was turned into the film Fire in the Sky.
Renewed interest in his alleged abduction prompted Walton and his co-workers to take polygraph test in which they were all shown to be truthful in recounting the experience.
Now that you’ve read or seen stories about several alien abductee cases, check out the following full-length documentary on the subject, sure to keep you up if you scare easily!
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