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False: Betty Hill wrote to Donald Keyhoe who, despite the fact that he received over a hundred letters a day, homed in on this initially unremarkable case. Within 24 hours, Keyhoe had arranged for the Hills to be visited by top-level scientists, including C.D. Jackson, who had previously (definitely not coincidentally) worked on psychological warfare techniques for President Eisenhower.
True: Richard Hall (NICAP secretary), read the letter and replied on 10/17/1961, almost a month later. NICAP investigator Walter Webb, an astronomy lecturer (not military), interviewed the Hills separately for 6 hours on 10/21/61, over a month after the encounter. Not Hohmann and Jackson and not fast. The C.D. Jackson, who visited the Hills on 11/25/61, was not the one who worked for Eisenhower.
False: Many researchers have since demonstrated that a careful review of the timings actually shows that there was no missing time at all.
True: Skeptics have made this claim but it can't be supported. I and others have driven along the Hills' route at their reported rate of speed, lingered at the reported stops, and followed their route precisely. We could not account for the time differential. I also attempted to become lost for two hours and couldn't.
Originally posted by CanadianDream420
The star map she drew out from the visions in her head were very accurate.
That sold the story to me.