posted on May, 28 2011 @ 09:19 PM
I just watched 'Fire in the Sky', and although it isn't completely true, that movie blew my mind. I don't know what elements of the movie are
exaggerated or not, but I have some good guesses. The scene where he has a flashback and remembers his ordeal in the spaceship where he's floating
around and stuff, that's obviously exaggerated. The scene where he calls his buddy on the pay phone a few days later and is found naked and huddled
in the corner, that's also exaggerated, he said he woke up on the side of the road in the clothes that he was picked up in, not naked.
I think since the movie shows the abduction itself and shows how they have to face the skeptics, people who have seen the movie sympathize and relate
more to his abduction case compared to those who just read about the story online. After watching the movie, I believe it to be a true story, but
that's obvious because that movie is biased since it's told assuming that the story was true.
After reading all of the evidence posted by skeptics, I don't think that's enough to convince me it's a hoax. The main thing that makes me believe
his story is the search parties and dogs that didn't find any trace of him in the woods. However from a skeptics point of view that could be
explained by him and his logger crew leaving work earlier, dropping him off at his mothers house (which she did not let them search), and returning.
This way it would seem as if he was with them all along. Just an idea.