Thank you to those who posted and especially to those who tried to be "fact-seeking".
As you all probably know there is no doubt as to the obvious conclusion, but as an experiment it served it's purpose for the discussion we (some
friends and I) are to have where we shall discuss urban legends, abduction cases and in particular the so called proof of alien presence on earth.
What is fascinating about this thread and others are that we have a huge number of people who are willing to believe (obsternately so), that a film of
a first stage separation from a rocket launch is proof of ufo's entering a wormhole or even another dimension.
We have people who believe a dead body is alien mutilation ONLY because some very dubious (unsubstantiated) science has been presented on an official
We have people who see a film of balloons released from a festival and promptly declare it ufo's formation flying.
You are all right to call my story a non-ufo, non-alien event, but given the number of very doubtful evidence in so many other threads, I find it odd
that my story is moved to the gray area, and others remain where they started.
I'm interested in where my story differs from the "true" abduction cases - other than in my story I am the one who claim it happened and in other
stories the abductee came with the claim, BUT the amount of evidence is basically the same.
I'm interested in the reason why some stories are swallowed hook, line and sinker on hearsay and others are swamped with demand for emperical
Perhaps my story was too easy to investigate? Should I have related it in third person - "I came across this story...?" Would the name of the doctor
MD had made a difference (dr. Anton Rasmussen)?
Anyway - I'll explore more about this and eventually come up with a thesis and I'll spare you another "test-thread" to explore this further.
Or will I?
I'll tell you this...
When my story ends up on a MUFON conference you'll know where it came from.
And that it is in fact true