Alien & UFO Abduction Cases/Interviews [Video Documentary] – The terms alien abduction or abduction phenomenon describe “subjectively real memories of being taken secretly against one’s will by apparently nonhuman entities and subjected to complex physical and psychological procedures”. People claiming to have been abducted are usually called “abductees” or “experiencers”.
Skeptic Robert Sheaffer sees similarity between the aliens depicted in early science fiction films, in particular, Invaders From Mars, and some of those reported to have actually abducted people.
Typical claims involve being subjected to a forced medical examination that emphasizes their reproductive system. Abductees sometimes claim to have been warned against environmental abuse and the dangers of nuclear weapons. While many of these claimed encounters are described as terrifying, some have been viewed as pleasurable or transformative.
The first alien abduction claim to be widely publicized was the Betty and Barney Hill abduction in 1961. Reports of the abduction phenomenon have been made around the world, but are most common in English speaking countries, especially the United States. The contents of the abduction narrative often seem to vary with the home culture of the alleged abductee.
Alien abductions have been the subject of conspiracy theories and science fiction storylines (notably The X-Files) that have speculated on stealth technology required if the phenomenon were real, the motivations for secrecy, and that alien implants could be a possible form of physical evidence.
The photos and videos you will see are supposedly a human/alien hybrid fetus, collected from an abortion performed on an Italian woman in 2010 who claims to have been abducted and impregnated by aliens. Aliens first began visiting Giovanna when she was 4 years old. She is now 41. The woman from Italy claims to have been impregnated by aliens several times. Apparently the creatures removed the other fetuses at around 2 months. Giovanna claims that the creatures speak to her telepathically and that they have told her they want to create a hybrid race that is genetically close to their species.Because we are supposedly biologically compatible with their race, we have been chosen. Or more specifically, Giovanna has been chosen to propagate their race by means of a new hybrid species. Giovanna relates that the aliens visited her often when she was a young girl. At that time the aliens would use her for research, collecting biological material (tissue and blood). Their nocturnal visits left marks on her body, along with a phosphorescence material that Giovanna says is something they use as a disinfectant to prevent her from getting infections from them and to prevent them from getting infections from her. When examined by researchers, the phosphorescent substance taken from Giovanna’s room provided evidence that the substance was not natural and that it included no nitrates or phosphor. It was also magnetic. Doctors also found something implanted in Giovanna’s head but could find no scar indicating how the object got inside her head. The object implanted was of undetermined origin and could not be qualified.
With her cell phone, Giovanna took photos of the spacecraft and aliens that are referred to as “raptors,” reptilian-like creatures. The images appear not to have not been altered. When Giovanna was sent to be examined for her pregnancy, doctors found a cardiac rhythm that was similar to that of a baby’s cardiac rhythm. But they could find no baby, and because Giovanna was having problems with the fetus, doctors performed an abortion. What they found was a placenta and a hybrid human.
The history of UFOs and alien abduction research is rife with examples where the victim has been subjected to as much scrutiny as the event itself. The policy of governments everywhere is to reward research into investigating the people who report UFOs, but discourage research into the actual UFOs. The result is a mass of data on the psychology of people who’ve had contact, with fascinating outcomes. The twist is that this information reinforces the prospect that UFOs and alien abductions are actually real.
One of the rarest cases of Alien Abduction is documented in this program. A group of frequent abductees unwent hypnotic suggestion in hopes that they’d be better able to respond in the drug-like fog of abduction when the time came. Once aboard the UFOs and under the usual examinations, it was hoped they might better be able to communicate with their alien hosts, and perhaps find out the purpose of these torments. It was also hoped that the hypnotic suggestion would help researchers learn in greater detail the circumstances of the abduction from the victim, possibly through hypnosis later on. The results of this experiment are remarkable: case after case of startling revelations about the extraterrestrial visitors, their operations and their purpose.
As the first widely reported case of Alien Abduction in the US, the Betty and Barney Hill UFO Story has undergone a great deal of scrutiny by investigators who refuse to believe it. Whether you accept the Hill’s amazing and compelling 1961 tale of abduction and physical examination by beings “somehow not human” or not, it’s clear some of the debunkers have gone far beyond the facts of the case in order to discount it. In an attempt to separate fact from fiction, Barney and Betty Hill’s niece exposes the most flagrantly false claims made by their critics, and tries to document the truth of the case, separating that from what has been written about it in the fifty years since. What remains is a possibility just as disturbing now as it was then.
Bonnie Meyer is by all accounts a regular housewife…who has been contacted repeatedly by aliens in UFOs for over three decades. Not all alien abductions are positive, but hers have been, she claims, and she also claims there are in fact two competing factions of aliens visiting Earth, one benign, one not so much. She tells us who the aliens are, where they come from and why they are here. She also tells us startling information about what the extraterrestrials have to say about Religion, Jesus, God, and our future on Earth.
Possibly the most compelling account of alien abduction is the Betty and Barney Hill UFO encounter of 1961. While typical of such close encounters, the abundance of detail in this one is astounding, and the recollections under hypnosis incredible. The fact that both husband and wife Barney and Betty underwent similar experiences, only revealed through hypnosis, and their stories correspond exactly to each other, adds credence to their trauma. This case has it all–being stalked, then taken aboard a UFO craft, being physically examined, having minds controlled during and afterward, missing time periods, the sight of small, human-like creatures, and telepathic communication with the extraterrestrials.
So how do researchers actually study something as far-out as Alien Abduction? The sheer number of people who claim to have had UFO and extraterrestrial contact experiences makes a standardized questionnaire necessary, with multiple-choice questions prominent. The results, looking for commonalities among abductees, are astounding. Some examples: twice as many women as men have reported being abducted, the majority of abductees believe they’ve been taken many times over their lifetimes, 53% believe they can feel an alien implant in their bodies! Not anecdotal evidence, but statistical certainty, these astonishing facts won’t fail to amaze.
A top UFO investigator studies the Betty and Barney Hill Case, one of the best first-hand accounts of Alien Abduction on record and the first widely-reported case in the US. In 1961, in New Hampshire, Betty and Barney Hill were confronted by a huge, flying disc, which descended on them. After spotting several creatures “somehow not human,” Barney jumped back into the car and tried to outrun the UFO while bombarded by rhythmic “buzzing” noises. The rest? Under hypnosis, the couple reported their abduction and physical examination at the hands of extraterrestrials, but the full extent of their traumatic experience was never entirely clear in either Barney nor Betty’s minds for the rest of their lives.