posted on Jun, 15 2009 @ 04:44 PM
I've heard stories, I can't remember where so don't ask, that this was tried before and it failed. It seemed the "visitors" are able to
anticipate countermeasures and can disable surveillance equipment through as yet unknown means. That only makes sense if they are trying to conceal
their activities. Some accounts have them passing through solid walls so shutting off a video camera(s) would not pose a problem I would think. As for
having a team conduct surveillance, that is also impractical from both a planning and execution perspective. Some abductions occur months or even
years between incidents so predicting any pattern is almost impossible. Even if they did, it is just as likely that any surveillance team could be
dealt with as effectively as a video camera, ie: put to sleep for the duration of the abduction or perhaps opening themselves up for an unwanted
abduction experience of their own.