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Alien abduction database?

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posted on May, 7 2012 @ 06:44 PM
reply to post by txMEGAlithic

Oddly enough, the area I'm researching for a book project is TX.

There is someone who did some really great research on the rural abductions / clusters. He's also a Bigfoot researcher which probably doesn't help his cause much. To be clear, in the missing person research he did he never once "blames" bigfoot. He doesn't make any guesses or come to any conclusions on who / what is behind this. Some of the cases he chooses to focus on, however make me believe he has a strong suspicion that Mr Big Foot is responsible for quite a few of these cases.

I have to admit the idea makes me want to giggle. I'm just not into the Bigfoot thing. It's bad enough being a UFO researcher and proponent, then when you get into abductions it's like walking on quicksand. There are a lot of credible, strong cases but there are a lot of people with issues muddying the water.

Anyway, this other researcher has written about the East and West parts of the US and some Canada but skipped Florida and Texas because there's more cases in each of those states than the entire rest of the country.

So of course I decided to start investigating the TX cases first and see what I can contribute to the larger effort.

I've also found that getting into hard science abduction / missing persons is one of the few subjects which will result in negative feedback be it from "official channels" and otherwise. Getting into the study and especially public discussion of human mutilation cases is one of the few areas where you will get phone calls from people warning you to find another hobby or worse, face to face confrontations.

What I can tell you is that there are specific types of cases where FOIA requests will not return anything, law enforcement contacts will blow sunshine into dark places and never deliver on promised info and you'll hear more than once that this is a subject "we just don't talk about". Weird, cause when they find missing people who were made missing by some serial killer they sure seem to like to publicize it. Funny how the unsolved cases with very strange elements to them get a completely different result. Fear, anger, silence....

I'm working on that thread but it's a big undertaking (odd choice of words). If I'm going to post it I want to drop the big one, not tiptoe around the edge and that's required a great deal of research and gathering of evidence to share.

posted on May, 7 2012 @ 07:17 PM
reply to post by ecoparity
Okay Texas and Florida, more cases than the rest of the country combined. That's chilling.

this is a subject "we just don't talk about"

You don't know how many times I've heard this statement or similar, from people in my area. Even people in my own family have used a line like that to avoid a discussion about some sensitive things that I suspect were abnormal.

Weird, cause when they find missing people who were made missing by some serial killer they sure seem to like to publicize it.

I've always thought like that. Why publicity for some(the average, mundane case) and not the same or more for the really strange cases? Because those strange ones have an even stranger explanation that no one is prepared for and no one 'on top' wants to explain.

I know your thread will take a lot to make it happen. I'm not rushing you in any way. I am very interested in this and look forward to reading your work.


posted on May, 12 2012 @ 04:22 AM
I emailed both the Intruders foundation and the John Mack institute to ask if they have any database or the results of the research they had and hopefully in a few days we will have some answers.

So far i havent found what i am looking for,a database that lists all the abductions happened along with every possible detail,just the facts no researcher input.


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