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Contact in Texas, 1967: The Lost UFO Photos

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posted on Nov, 18 2021 @ 01:08 PM
Alien abductions during UFO encounters - between the classics of Barney & Betty Hill and Travis Walton, there was one that's been forgotten. It's the tale Of Carroll Wayne Watts, a murky saga that's been tied to the fabled Men in Black. This Texas case involved photos, investigated by Project Blue Book and independently probed by Dr. J. Allen Hynek.

This epic (aka long) article provides documents, correspondence and a lost UFO photograph.
Contact in Texas: The Lost UFO Photos

posted on Nov, 18 2021 @ 01:16 PM
Seems tasty. Coming from you, I know it will be. I'll be reading that epic after a few chores.

posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 02:27 AM
Good read.

I enjoyed it but the story was lost to me when this was related,


Watts said they told him they were surveying and that they were “from the planet you call Mars.”


Yeah right. Kinda like other reports where aliens say, "We have come to save your 'planet earth'"

How does the concept that aliens know what a planet is let alone naming them as we do.

"We are from Venus." Yeah, Nah.

Good post.

Kind regards,


posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 02:45 AM
a reply to: bally001

Another way to read that is that it goes along with the subtext of trickery noted in encounters.

Also, the notion of, it was either Keel or Vallée, that the "mental contents" of the person having the encounter are used to 'color' the experience.

I liked Keel's notion of an abandoned piece of technology from another civilization somewhere on our world that is capable of projecting these encounters; and, it is running more or less on autopilot.


posted on Nov, 19 2021 @ 07:21 PM
great stuff, thanks for sharing.

had never heard about this.

posted on Nov, 22 2021 @ 08:43 AM
a reply to: CardDown

You could've saved everyone's time by saying there are EXACTLY two 'relatively interesting' photos.

The rest are just boring ol' photos of some men or just drawings.

From the topic, I would've thought there are at least a handful of, oh, I don't know - ACTUAL UFO photos, maybe?

Two. Well, better than nothing, but still.. two bad-quality photos of what appears to be a cigar with no detail, reflections or points of interest beyond that.

It's always sad when the ad is better than the product, a bit like smell of coffee is better than the taste.

I guess Meier's photos are still the best UFO photos, despite being so many decades old by now. At least they look interesting to look at, if nothing else.

posted on Nov, 22 2021 @ 11:47 AM
The better of the pics is interesting. In more ways than one maybe.

If faked it's done well enough to wonder who produced it.

I certainly still suspect the artist & associates. The hypnotism.

It recalls to me some of the IC folk that were Johnny on the spot with Betty & Barney Hill.

Great saucer ride, carddown!
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posted on Nov, 24 2021 @ 09:31 AM
a reply to: Shoujikina
If I’d titled it Carroll Wayne Watts’ UFO hoax of 1967 you would have missed all the history and intrigue.

The involvement of Dr. Hynek and what it shows about his investigative methods was an eye opener.

posted on Nov, 24 2021 @ 11:54 AM
Great post, thanks for sharing.

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