posted on Jul, 24 2005 @ 09:16 AM
Based on a true story does not mean a true story.
Hollywood added all the gore and stupid facts to make a lot of $$.
Travis told everyone nationally during his promotional talk-show circuit that he did not actually recall very much of being on the craft those five
days, and was never hurt by the aliens. The dead bodies and needle in the eye thing were all made up.
My own alien contacts told me that Travis and his friends happened on the craft there by chance. Travis immediately approached it and was affected by
a beam of light that was pointed at the ground from the craft. Travis got hurt by accident before the alien people realized he was there and could
Travis' friends fled, leaving Travis unconscious on the ground. So the alien people picked him up and took care of him until he was ok to put back
down. And he was not put down naked either.
Chance encounters like this are very rare. None of the alien races go around looking for random humans to pick up, and they use great care to avoid
any accidental meetings.
You may not know what the aliens are like, but you've GOT to know what the media is like. Come on, be serious.
The alien races in this incident were two races who work closely together. One of them is an advanced race of humans of the same genetics we have, but
from their own world, and the other race is small with white skin and large black eyes, who are not "greys." Members of both races are depicted on
There is no real alien race that is who humans call "Nordics." The race was completely fabricated out of thin air, not based on any real encounter
with a race. But the description happens to somewhat fit both adult hybrids and the race of humans that visits Earth. So when humans encounter these
beings, they often assume and refer to them as Nordics.
[edit on 7/24/2005 by EarthSister]