posted on Sep, 17 2009 @ 12:30 PM
reply to post by eddiemaiden_80
I mean no disrespect with my question,as I agree with alot of your post,but I am confused by the last part where you said that you'd be more inclined
to believe someone who kept it to themselves (being abducted) as that would be evidence to you that they were truthful and sincere,and not merely
seeking 'fame' or 'notoriety'.But how can you even judge what to believe if a person does not tell you something in the first place?It's a
I have never been abducted or been an 'experiencer' or known anyone personally that has either.However--I DO believe that there are people in the
world that HAVE experienced things related to 'alien' or 'extraterrestrial' beings,and have been interested in and fascinated by such things for
the better part of my life.
That having been said--thank you OP for putting this story together,especially since it must have made it all the more difficult that english is not
your first language.I have read many stories of abduction,but have never heard of this one,and I found it very interesting and fascinating,especially
since the aliens Zanfretta described were not what one normally hears about. Starred and Flagged!
One last thing--to the poster who said that this story is unbelieveable based partly on the fact that Zanfretta grabbed his flashlight--I agree with
the others who have rebutted your argument.There is no one right or wrong way to act or react in this kind of circumstance.It seems that you are
basing your assumption and argument on what YOU would be likely to do.Which is natural--we all do it.But I'd like to point out that people also have
assumptions on alot of things,for example--what ones reaction to grief might be.Many people grieve differently and at their own pace--there is no
right or wrong way to experience it or react to it.Things tend to only SEEM odd or different or 'not natural' because we assume that everyone is
going to characterize grief or fear reactions the way WE do,or perhaps society or a certain culture deem as 'normal'.My point is--it's probably not
a good idea to judge Zanfetta's story out of hand or summarily dismiss it altogether based solely on one or two reactions.