posted on Apr, 28 2016 @ 01:07 PM
Just some points:
1) "An extraordinary claim requires extraordinary evidence"... The case of Luis Barroso seems to bring both together, since the extraordinary claim of
being shot by a UFOnaut was followed by a no less extraordinary bunch of inexplicable physiological and psychological aftereffects: the rapid
regression to a baby-like mental state, the rejuvenation of the skin, the hair quickly getting grayish/white, the word "fear" triggered by the taking
of photographs with flash...
These aftereffects were extraordinary in the literal sense of the word, that is, beyond ordinary. It was a beyond-ordinary illness that was studied by
more than a dozen specialized physicians and a diagnosis could not be found.
2) This happened in Quixadá, which seems to be known for being a very hot spot for UFO activity. And there were more people witnessing UFOs in the
area when Barroso's ordeal took place. We have the marksmen of the Brazilian military who sighted a big and luminous object moving silently at a low
altitude at the same time than Barroso was heading for his ranch. And we have Francisca Rosete, who was also hit in her face by a beam of light while
walking with her brother Antônio, and who was taken to the hospital and presented some similar symptoms to Barroso's: she felt dizzy, she had swollen
eyes, hematomas... Her brother stating: "“What I saw I do not want to see again. It wasn’t an airplane nor a chopper or some other known thing. It
was weird and menacing”.
It all happened in a context. And I wonder if there was a follow-up of these accounts. Did someone try to interview in depth to some of the marksmen?
What happened with Francisca Rosete after the incident? Did she fully recover from her experience? Essentially, what both the marksmen and the
siblings were describing could be the same thing that hit and disabled Barroso.
3) I also wonder if there is a known disease that would match the symptoms of Barroso's own disease. In essence: is there any desease who can mentally
disable and regress a healthy man in his forties to a baby-like state within 6 months, keeping him in such condition for a great number of years
without experiencing further and rapid physical deterioration?
Even though all those specialized Brazilian doctors who treated Barroso failed to find an answer, I think it would be really interesting to present
this case to some more specialized doctors and know their opinions, in spite of not having the exact medical reports that were made at that time.