The skeptics are way off on abductions cases.
First, their not using reason when it comes to these things. I heard one skeptic compare extraterrestrials to pink unicorns. This is dishonest.
We always weigh things according to the available evidence. There's no evidence for pink unicorns. When you have eyewitness accounts, mass sightings,
abduction cases, pictures, video and more for pink unicorns then present it. To compare the two is just throwing reason out of the window in favor of
Second, I hear that there's a psychology paper that says people are prone to fantasy. That means nothing until you give evidence that this is
occuring in each individual abduction case. Are these people prone to fantasy, have family and friends said they were known to make up stories? In
some of these cases, you have people who went through psychological test and checks on their background and their not prone to fanasy. This is just
You also have psychologist like Harvard Professor John Mack who say these people are not prone to fantasy and he has actually talk to abductee's
instead of writing a paper that has nothing to to with indiviual cases.
Third, some talk about hypnosis. Do you know that police use forensic hypnosis and it has a 80% success rate? Hypnosis can be a useful tool to get
truthful information from the subconscious about an event.
I remember one case where a guy saw a suspect and he didn't know he was a killer at the time so he couldn't remember his face. The police used
hypnosis and got a sketch of the criminal. They put the sketch on TV and it and it lead to the criminal.
Here's an article on Forensic Hypnosis:
MIDLAND CO.-It's a technique you might expect at a spa, not the local jail house, but for more than 20 years Sheriff Gary Painter says forensic
hypnosis is a tool used to solve crimes.
"It's a very good tool," Captain Rory Mckinney, who took the course in Huntsville last month, said. "There are a lot of things people see and
McKinney is now one of three in the Midland County Sheriff's Office, licensed to perform investigative hypnosis.
"Hypnosis works, there is no doubt in my mind hypnosis works, but it only works if that individual will let it," Midland County Sheriff Gary
Painter says the technique is used to illicit information in a criminal case when witnesses or crime victims can't remember details of a crime due to
This is a great tool to use for abduction cases.
The skeptic can't have their own facts. The truth is, wild speculation and opinion is meaningless in the face of evidence. The so called skeptic and
debunker in most cases wants to debate what they think occured not the evidence.