Thursday, April 15, 2010

The Pascagoula alien abduction

The abduction at Pascagoula is perhaps one of the best known events of the alien abduction phenomenon where the victims claim to be abducted by aliens.






On the evening of October 11, 1973, 42-year-old Charles Hickson and 19-year-old Calvin Parker – coworkers at a shipyard – were fishing in the Pascagoula River in Mississippi, USA. While fishing off a pier at an abandoned shipyard, they heard a whirring or whizzing sound, saw flashing blue lights, and reported that a domed, football-shaped aircraft some 30 to 40 feet across suddenly appeared near them.


The ship seemed to levitate about 14 inches above the ground. A door opened on the ship, they said, and three five-foot-tall creatures emerged and seized the men, and floated or levitated them into the craft. Both men reported being paralyzed and numb. Parker fainted due to fright.



They described the creatures as being roughly humanoid in shape, and standing about five feet tall. The creatures’ skin was pale in color and wrinkled, and they had no eyes that the men could discern, and slits for mouths. Their heads also appeared connected directly to their shoulders, with no discernible neck. There were three “carrot-like” growths instead - one where the nose would be on a human, the other two where ears would normally be. The beings had lobster-like claws at the ends of their arms, and they seemed to have only one leg (Hickson later described the creatures’ lower bodies looking as if their legs were fused together) ending in elephant-like feet. Hickson also reported that the creatures moved in mechanical, robotic ways.



On the ship, Hickson claimed he was examined by a mechanical eye that seemed to scan his body. Parker could not recall what had happened to him inside the craft, although later, during sessions of hypnotic regression he offered some hazy details. The men were released after about 20 minutes and the creatures levitated them back to their original position on the river bank.

Both men were shaken and terrified by what had happened. They claimed to have sat in a car for about 45 minutes, trying to calm themselves. Hickson drank some whiskey. After some discussion, they tried to report their story to officials at Kessler Air Force Base, but personnel told them the United States Air Force had nothing to do with UFO reports, and suggested the men notify police.



At about 10:30pm, Hickson and Parker arrived at the Jackson County, Mississippi Sheriff’s office. Sheriff Fred Diamond thought the men seemed sincere and genuinely frightened and thought Parker was especially shaken, but harbored some doubt about the fantastic story, due to Hickson’s admitted whiskey consumption.

Diamond interviewed the men, who related their story. After repeated questioning, Diamond left the two men alone in a room that was, unknown to Hickson or Parker, rigged with a hidden microphone. Diamond expected that if the pair had invented a story, they would change their attitude and conversation when alone. Hickson and Parker, however continued discussing the abduction and its effects upon them. This so-called “secret tape” is held on file at the Jackson County Sheriff’s department, and is available for researchers to listen to.

Their conversations were as follows:

PARKER: I got to get home and get to bed or get some nerve pills or see the doctor or something. I can’t stand it. I’m about to go half crazy.

HICKSON: I tell you, when we through, I’ll get you something to settle you down so you can get some damn sleep.

PARKER: I can’t sleep yet like it is. I’m just damn near crazy.

HICKSON: Well, Calvin, when they brought you out-when they brought me out of that thing, goddamn it I like to never in hell got you straightened out.

PARKER said, His voice rising: “My damn arms, my arms, I remember they just froze up and I couldn’t move. Just like I stepped on a damn rattlesnake.”
“They didn’t do me that way”, sighed Charlie.

Now both men were talking as if to themselves.

PARKER: I passed out. I expect I never passed out in my whole life.

HICKSON: I’ve never seen nothin’ like that before in my life. You can’t make people believe-

PARKER: I don’t want to keep sittin’ here. I want to see a doctor-

HICKSON: They better wake up and start believin’... they better start believin'.

PARKER: You see how that damn door come right up?

HICKSON: I don’t know how it opened, son. I don’t know.

PARKER: It just laid up and just like that those sons’ bitches-just like that they come out.

HICKSON: I know. You can’t believe it. You can’t make people believe it-

PARKER: I paralyzed right then. I couldn’t move-

HICKSON: They won’t believe it. They gonna believe it one of these days. Might be too late. I knew all along they was people from other worlds up there. I knew all along. I never thought it would happen to me.

PARKER: You know yourself I don’t drink

HICKSON: I know that, son. When I get to the house I’m gonna get me another drink, make me sleep. Look, what we sittin’ around for. I gotta go tell Blanche... what we waitin’ for?

PARKER (panicky): I gotta go to the house. I’m gettin’ sick. I gotta get out of here.

Then Charlie got up and left the room, and Calvin was alone.

PARKER talking to himself while alone in the room: "It’s hard to believe . . . Oh God, it’s awful... I know there’s a God up there..."

Seeing that the police were skeptical of their story, Hickson and Parker insisted that they take lie detector tests to prove their honesty.

The next day, Parker and Hickson returned to their normal lives. Rumors of the abduction had spread. A company lawyer at the Shipyard where Parker and Hickson worked suspected the story might be worth a small fortune, and discussed the story widely. By October 13, reporters from a number of news agencies arrived to write accounts of the event, which received international attention. Dr J. Allen Hynek was among those who arrived to investigate.

Excitement and controversy continued for several weeks. Parker experienced a nervous collapse or breakdown, and recovered at a Jones County, Mississippi community hospital. Parker has avoided most public attention since the event. Hickson appeared on Dick Cavett’s talk show in January, 1974, and speaks at occasional UFO conferences; he has co-written written a book about the event with William Mendez titled UFO contact at Pascagoula (1983, reprinted 1987).



In an interview several years after the claimed UFO event, Hickson speculated that Parker fared worse after the encounter because he had never previously experienced a profoundly frightening ordeal. While Hickson described the UFO encounter as the most terrifying event in his life, he also noted that he had seen combat in the Korean War, and that he thus had some familiarity with a terrifying experience. The younger Parker, on the other hand, had never suffered through a terrifying encounter, let alone a bizarre confrontation with something that was not even supposed to exist.










Thursday, April 1, 2010

The allagash alien abduction


Introduction:

One of the most researched and best documented cases of multiple alien abduction occurred in August, 1976, in the state of Maine. The Allagash Waterway Abduction is a integral piece of the alien abduction puzzle. This case gained world-wide attention when it was dramatized in an episode of television's "Unsolved Mysteries." Twin brothers Jack and Jim Weiner, along with their friends Chuck Rak and Charlie Foltz, would be participants in an event involving a UFO sighting, missing time, and medical procedures performed by beings unknown.


Just a fishing trip:

Not only were the four men fishing buddies, but they were all art students, having met at the Massachusetts College of Art. They set out for what should have been an uneventful, relaxing fishing trip. It was not to be. After being on the waterway for a time, the four fishermen had canoed to Eagle Lake. They had no luck there, and returned to the bank. As they were beginning to get low on provisions, they decided to do a little fishing at night. To be on the safe side, they built a roaring fire on the bank to use as a landmark in case they became turned around on the lake.


Brighter than a Star:

After a short period of time, all four of the men's attention was drawn to a large, bright light in the sky over the lake. It was much more brilliant than a star. Only a couple of hundred yards away, the UFO was hovering over a group of trees. The object began to move, and change colors, from red to green, then to a whitish yellow. The men were watching the object in awe, wondering what it might be. At this time, they estimated it to be about 80 feet in diameter. Charlie Foltz decided to signal to it with his flashlight. At once, the UFO began to move toward them. They were being watched.


Rowing for the bank:

The object silently made its way toward the men. They began a dash to the shore, paddling as fast as they could. A light from the object beamed down and engulfed the men and their canoe.





The next thing they knew, they found themselves back on the bank standing by the water's edge staring in blank at the UFO as it moved a few feet from them over the lake. Foltz again signaled the UFO with his flashlight-but this time it rose upward, and departed from their view. Then they noticed that the large fire they had started only a "short time ago", was already burned to ashes, which should have taken several hours. Subsequently they got into their sleeping bags and the next day they gathered their belongings and headed back home.


Missing Time:

What had happened to them? It was obvious to the four buddies that they were missing several hours of time. Little was said between them at this time. As time went by, the events of that terrible night on Allagash would begin to have an effect on their lives. The first man to suffer was Jack Weiner. He began to have awful nightmares of strange beings with long necks, and large heads. He could see himself being examined, while the other three men sat idly by.


Haunting Nightmares:

The strange humanoid beings in Jack's nightmares were described as having metallic-like, glowing eyes with no lids. Their hands were like an insect's with only four fingers.





The other three men also were having dreams of a similar nature. Finally, in 1988, Jim Weiner decided to visit a UFO conference, which was hosted by author Raymond Fowler. When the conference ended, he talked to Fowler, and related his remarkable encounter on the Allagash Waterway.

Regressive Hypnosis:

Fowler was very experienced in dealing with the exact problem that Jim, his brother and the two other fishermen were facing. He suggested to Jim that all four of the men undergo regressive hypnosis, a type of hypnosis that recovers lost memories.







After the four men completed their sessions, it was determined that all of them had been abducted by strange beings from the UFO that engulfed them and their canoe on the Allagash Waterway. Part of the abduction involved very sensitive personal issues of the taking of fluid (semen) samples, and other humiliating medical tests.


Men Were Not Lying:

The men all recalled the abduction procedure-some would recall one part of it, and some another part, but when combined, they showed a complete picture of a typical alien abduction. Since the men were all artists, they were able to draw striking depictions of the examination room, the instruments used, and the aliens.


This information would be invaluable to those who study the phenomena of alien abduction. The four friends would also take lie-detector tests, which they all passed, further verifying their encounter.











Lajas

Although there have been many unexplained sightings in the town of Lajas, the situation there has been hyped by the amount of lies and exaggeration by a group of so-called, "ufologists" who ignore other areas of Puerto Rico to promote tourism in Lajas. That was evident when my wife and my daughter confronted a terrifying experience in the town of Aguada with extraterrestrials and that group of charlatans refused our plea for help. Of course, if it happened in Lajas they would have jumped on the opportunity for fame and tourism for that town. Those hoaxes and lies were approved and sanctioned by the then mayor of that town who named route 303 "The extraterrestrial route". The idea of building an "UFOport" (ovnipuerto), “la llorona sightings" and the biggest hoax of them all, "that a UFO crashed there" all this could only be found in a science fiction novel.

By Nelson C. Rivera
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I worked 20 years for the New York City Department of Correction. First as a Correction Officer for 4 years, Captain for 12 years, and as a Deputy Warden for 4 years. As a law enforcement officer and supervisor, I have conducted countless of criminal investigations, some for unimaginable allegations.


On June of 2005, after my retirement, I moved to Puerto Rico with my family where my wife and my daughter faced extraordinary experiences with extraterrestrials. These alien encounters, subsequent abductions of my wife and the lack of help from so-called, "ufologists" here on the island, prompted me to become involved in the field of ufology and in the need to help others who have had similar experiences.


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