Hola mate and thanks for the post, like the Walton case I'm aware the Allagash abductions do have some dubious aspects and due to the fact that the
accounts were recounted by hypnosis years later it's shame that no separately located witness reports could be then found to help corroborate the
story - that said, I also think the Buff Ledge encounter is an extremely interesting one and that also involves later accounts under hypnosis.
Buff Ledge UFO.
As the two steadfastly watched the light, three smaller lights seemed to drop from the larger one, which quickly moved up and disappeared from
sight. The three smaller objects began to move over the lake.
When it comes to separately located witnesses for the Pascagoula case then (as well as the ones already posted) there's some other details of reports
in the article below:
UFO pandemonium struck 30 years ago
Thirty years ago this week, UFO pandemonium broke out.
Folks feared an invasion from outer space. Others thought there was much ado about nothing. Everybody wanted more information.
From a newsman's view, I have never seen before or since so many people caught up in such a frenzy. It was over a report by Charles Hickson and
Calvin Parker that a spacecraft had landed on the banks of the Pascagoula River and taken them onboard briefly.
"Everybody was seeing UFOs," recalled retired Mississippi Press Managing Editor Don Broadus.
A Pascagoula city councilman said he saw a luminous UFO the same night of Hickson's and Parker's report on the way to a church service in
"That's our story and we're stuck with it," E. P. Sigalas said.
Pascagoula Patrolman Bill Gennaro stopped on Beach Boulevard to talk with a group of people and they saw an oblong-shaped, blue-haze object zip to the
About 3,000 motorists from Mobile blocked Interstate 10 when they heard of a possible rendezvous with UFOs at the Mississippi line.
A cab driver in Biloxi said a UFO caused his taxi to stall out on U.S. 90..
As I'm sure you know already the Pascagoula case also occurred in the middle of a huge UFO flap in the general area and as well as the
Coyne case there were also plenty of other strange UFO incidents reported during
Thanks for the links of Coyne case and 1973 UFO Flap , karl12..
as a side comment, those people who want to see nuts-n-bolts UFO and ETH will be stumped because of this pascaguela case. The pattern dont match, This
case is more like abduction that happening in the wilderness. Debunkers like klass who also see everything from material point-of-view also will see
no physical trace.
I dunno, sounds kinda true, sounds kinda false. I don't think most people would want people to libel and slander them so there isn't much motive for
him to concoct a story. But they give you valuable information they don't want published and you don't want in the wrong hands either.
On my journey through youtube land I came across this piece of Interestingness , It's a feature length documentary directed by Charles Hickson on the
Pascagoula UFO Abduction featuring interviews with Hickson and Parker plus some of the medics that treated and police that interviewed them .
At about 18.52 there is a clip of an audio recording made by the police , Hickson and Parker were unaware the recording was being made and the portion
played is of a time they were left alone in the interview room .
"I sure as hell almost had a heart attack.
God I aint ---you .
I came one damn inch from dying "
"I know it scared me to death too , son.
Jesus Christ-- have mercy "
"What's so bad about it is nobody believes us"
"I thought I'd been through enough hell on this earth -- now I have to go through something like this"
A UFO film about the 1973 abduction of co-workers Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker who claimed they were seized and levitated into a craft by
very strange five feet tall creatures while fishing near Pascagoula, Mississippi.
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