This is from Bob Pratt's investigation of a case in South America , Andes area. The case should be categorized as teleportation, but the fact that
both witnesses see strange images when they got teleported is pretty strange and unusual. Usually they experienced missing time during teleportation.
If anyone can relate another CASE like this i would love to hear it, to compare notes between cases.
The evening of July 6, 1978
Francisco and Carmelo believe they were taken to a strange city with buildings so tall they couldn't see the tops of them. The buildings and
everything else was red and they couldn’t see any sky. They both Automechanic by trade.
On their way home around nine o'clock (night) , Carmelo started to drive onto an expressway ramp when a new, olive green pickup truck seemingly came
from out of nowhere behind them and passed them, going very fast. Then, as soon as the truck had passed, it slowed down – and so did Carmelo's car,
even though Carmelo never took his foot off the gas pedal.
Carmelo thought this was a little odd, then, just as he drove onto the expressway itself, the truck – and the expressway – disappeared. Both men
were stunned. They found themselves driving in total darkness, unable to see anything. "The headlights were on high beam but we couldn't see
anything," Carmelo told me a few months later. "Neither of us could see anything for a few minutes. Everything was dark."
Then, some minutes later, the car very swiftly entered some city. the car was going very, very fast and the buildings were just flying by. The old
Chrysler was racing down the middle of a broad avenue lined with big buildings with rectangular windows. The buildings reached higher than they could
see and everything was red.
The eerie red light was shining from inside the buildings as well as being reflected from something high above them. To Francisco, it looked like "one
unending building with the red light coming from inside as well as outside. Everything was red. The avenue was fifty to sixty meters wide and all the
buildings started from the road and went upwards completely straight, very tall.
They couldn't see the tops of the buildings because everything was reddish up there. The light came from above. It was a reflection and it lighted the
whole city. There were no clouds. It was a ceiling, not a sky. They saw no curbs, no sidewalks, no doors, no cars, hydrants or signs, no people or
animals, no trees... nothing but the tall, unending buildings on either side as far as they could see.
Carmelo couldn't feel the street under his car. "It felt like the car was controlled by something else, like it went by itself," he said. "The
steering wheel seemed fixed and I couldn't turn it. The car felt as if it was in the air and not on the street.". Midway in their journey, Francisco
got very cold, even though he was wearing a jacket. "I couldn't stand the cold," he said. "It was like twenty degrees below zero!"
The old car hurtled down the avenue for what seemed at least fifteen minutes, and then the journey came to an abrupt end , the red city vanished and
the two men found themselves on a familiar street. The long, noiseless ride instantly became one of rattles and bounces as the car jounced over
railroad tracks. They were in the suburb of Godoy Cruz, six kilometers from where they had entered the expressway.
Bob Pratt had the two men hypnotized by a physician. Both told of seeing several large tunnels, like entrances to underground parking garages,
something neither had mentioned in the interviews.
Under hypnosis, Carmelo also said that he, his father and his mother had seen two UFOs hovering over Mendoza one night the previous January –
something that both had hinted at in the interviews but had refused to discuss.
Neither man saw a UFO the night of their strange experience, and there are no known witnesses to what happened to them on the expressway. However,
UFOs were seen in Mendoza the same day.
Dr. Alfredo Stefanelli, the physician who hypnotized the two men, said: "Basically, these men were telling the truth. They believe this actually
happened to them. It is my opinion that they are not educated enough to have made up such a story, and the incident itself is too elaborate to have
been made up.
"A double hallucination would be very unlikely. It would be very strange if two people had the same thing. And, then, one had a hearing problem and
the other doesn't. If it had been a double hallucination, both would have heard the music regardless of the hearing problem."
Another physician who was a UFO investigator also believed the Nuñezes were telling the truth. He is Dr. Carlos Wittenstein, then forty three, a
cardiologist and geriatrist. He and a colleague, Dr. Hector Bercerra, put the men through a number of tests and worked with them for many hours.
"They always told exactly the same story each time with no contradictions," said Dr. Wittenstein. "There is no fraud in this case.
"Since 1968, Dr. Bercerra and I have investigated two hundred seventy two UFO cases, and we believe only five are true cases. The Nuñez case is one
“In these five cases, the people always tell the same thing, the same type of experience, the red city, everything. They all tell the same story
about the red city.
Betty Andreasson was a housewife who said she had an unusual encounter with UFO entities in 1967. At one point, Mrs. Andreasson recalled under
hypnosis going through what looked like a dark tunnel and feeling extremely cold. Then she and the UFO entities with her passed out of the tunnel into
a "place where it's all red. The atmosphere is all red, vibrating red... there wasn't any vegetable life... no foliage... just land and buildings."
Asked while under hypnosis if there was a sky, she replied: "Just the red atmosphere. It was solid and yet it had air.". There was no way that either
the Nuñezes or Mrs. Andreasson could have heard about each other's case before either story was published.
Her story was investigated in 1977 but not revealed publicly until mid-1979. The Nuñez case occurred July 6, 1978, and was not publicized in the
United States until early 1979, long after Fowler's investigation was completed and some months before the Andreasson case.
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