This is an abduction case, seem to be happening out-of-body like other cases of abductions. Many who looked for physical traces sometimes stumped when
encountering non-physical abduction because there is none.
compare this to the abduction case : a group of teenagers in the middle of a lake at night below..
The Allagash Abductions
Date: August 26, 1976
Location: Allagash Wilderness Waterway, Maine, United States
In August of 1976, four young art students in their early twenties left for a canoe and camping trip in Maine's Allagash Wilderness. On one night
during the trip, they encountered a huge oval, glowing object rising above the trees nearby, and were soon engulfed in a beam of light from the craft.
As discovered in hypnosis sessions years later, it was at this point that all four were abducted into the craft and subjected to physical
During the next several days they canoed and camped along the Waterway. On the evening of Thursday, August 26, they reached Eagle Lake, set up camp
and decided to go night fishing for trout. The pitch darkness of the area necessitated the building of a huge bonfire to mark their campsite so that
they could find their way back to it. Shortly after beginning to fish, Chuck became aware of a feeling of being watched. He told us that:
“I turned toward the direction from where I felt this and saw a large bright sphere of colored light hovering motionless and soundless about 200-300
feet above the southeastern rim of the cove."
Chuck yelled for the others to look behind them. There, rising above the trees was a huge oval glowing object. As their eyes became adapted to its
intense brightness, a gyroscopic motion was noted, as if there were pathways of energy flowing equatorially and longitudinally from pole to pole. This
divided the sphere into four oscillating quadrants of bright colored light. The color changes were very liquid and enveloping, as if the entire object
had a plasmatic motion to it, like a thick sauce does as it starts a rolling boil.
Charlie grabbed a flashlight and blinked it at the object. Instantly, the huge rising glowing object came to an abrupt halt and began to slowly
approach the canoe. Simultaneously, a tube-shaped beam of light erupted from the object and hit the water. A glowing ring with a dark center reflected
on the water's surface, indicating that the beam was hollow. The object and its beam of light began moving toward the canoe. Terrified, the campers
began paddling frantically toward their bonfire and camp as the beam swept across the lake directly at them and engulfed them.
It was from this point on that the conscious memories of the four differed according to each witness' vantage point. The next thing Charlie
remembered was paddling for shore and standing at the campsite with the others, watching the object move away.
Chuck Rak remembers staying in the canoe after the others had piled out in panic onto the shore. Transfixed, still holding his idle paddle, he could
not take his eyes off the object.
Jack and Jim were able to consciously remember a bit more. Jack said that "It was just behind us and I could see that we were never going to outrun
the Beam. It was advancing too fast and I remember thinking, 'Holy #! This is it! We'll never get away.' The next thing I knew, we were on the
shore getting out of the canoe looking directly at the object which was now about 20 or 30 feet above the water. The beam was coming out of the bottom
of it like the object was sitting on the beam. It hovered there, right in front of us, completely silent for what seemed like four or five minutes.
"Suddenly the beam was pointing up towards the sky. The object began to move up and away from us towards the southwestern sky and then shot into the
stars and was gone in just a second."
Jim Weiner said that "There was no mistake that it was coming directly to us. Then I remember standing on the lakeshore watching the object hovering
above the lake 50 to 75 yards in front of us . . . Then the search beam went upward into the sky and we saw it moving away at a tremendous speed. We
all seemed to be in a state of shock . . . We just stood there unable to move or talk."