Sorry no one's responding.
First, documentaries about mutilations are usually speculative with regard to aliens/ETs. I also think this small, unfortunate phenomena has been
exaggerated in the mind of the people watching those shows to produce an unnecessary fear with regard to ETs. We do not know where those mutilations
originate, but it's been damaging to the advancement of our understanding of the contact that is being established en masse by another race(s).
Second, I haven't been able to find any documentaries online concerning the above, or on abductees, after a cursory search.
However, I have two videos that you might find interesting.
The first is the Mexican UFO Conference
place in May 2006. It's a very comprehensive and imminently compelling accounting of everything that's happened to date. It will knock your socks
off. Here is the link
The second video
is about a reclusive Swedish man named
Billy Meier, who has had contacts since he was very young. The video is a lecture given by a man who met Billy and who was brought undergound to see a
copper pyramid that was built for Meier by his ET contacts. A very interesting video. Here is the
. Also, here is a
to Billy Meier's website
Also, to help put things in a larger context here is a link to Michael St. Clair's
. There is a video interview with St. Clair on this site, as well as a wealth of other
information St. Clair cites (and provides links to) that will put everything in context.
There is plenty more out there, but these are a fantastic start.
The point here is that we are being contacted; the contacts are positive; and the human race is being introduced to the wonder and immensity that is
our universe, and invited to take an active part with the countless other intelligent species that inhabit it.
This is an unbelievable time, and we are on the threshold of a new age on this planet. As we come to a fuller understanding of what is happening, our
fears will dissolve and will be replaced with love, compassion, wonder and respect for ourselves and this universe.
[edit on 26-11-2006 by OnTheDeck]