He was taken to a hospital in phoenix, the doctors could find no injuries to Walton besides what appeared to be a hole in his arm from what
appeared as a intervenous injection wound. He would have had a hell of a lump on his head or a laceration from a pipe or blunt instrument. There was
no head trauma and no drugs found in his system.
Your not convincing me.... concussions and brain injuries can show no signs of lumps, bumps or lacerations. I let you familiar with some of those
Concussion: can be a violent shaking of the brain caused by a jolt or blow to the head. Football players usually pass physical exams even though
they show no signs of any blows to the head. I myself have experience this one!
closed head injuries: there is little noticeable damage to the head, for example from whiplash etc.
Acquired brain injury: brain cells deprived of oxygen, example: near drowning or carbon monoxide poisoning.
This was an entire logging crew. If one of them was to attack Walton and such that would be one thing but for the entire crew to conspire to
such criminal mischief is highly improbable.
Again your not convincing me.....
I guess you never heard of the maﬁa code of silence known as omerta? Whereas the Maﬁa code of conduct involves lawbreakers protecting each other,
as the same with competent people who for example: good cops defending bad cops!
Another interesting thing to note was the mysterious men with geiger counters on the scene during the search the next day. Nobody knows who
they were, nobody came foreward ?
Probably UFO nuts, you see them pop up all the time after UFO's are reported in locations, like crop circles ect... using geiger counters and metal
Trembling, I sat down on the hard surface of the chair. I put my hand onto the molded T-grip of the lever. The handle was slightly small for my
hand. The whole chair seemed a little too small. I rotated the handle of the lever forward, feeling the slow, fluid resistance of it. I felt suddenly
disoriented as the stars began moving downward in front of me, in unison. Quickly I pulled my hand off the lever, which returned to its original
vertical position. The stars stopped moving, but remained where they were when I released the lever.
There is a good reason that they animate cartoon characters when they get hit on the head and start to see stars. So here Travis is seeing stars" and
feeling dazed, dizzy, or lightheaded; memory disruption.... sounds like a head injury!!!
And that's my 2¢ cents!