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Abductees worldwide mark 'alien abduction day'

March 21, 2020 | Comment icon 29 comments



Alien abduction day falls on March 20th each year. Image Credit: PD - Comfreak / Pixabay
A surprising number of people in countries all across the world believe that they have been abducted by aliens.
Despite the unusual nature of such claims, there are still a surprising number of people who believe that they have, at some stage in their lives, encountered beings from another world.

The traditional abduction experience usually involves a person being taken from their home, subjected to medical experiments and then returned with their memories of the encounter distorted or erased.

There have been many high-profile abduction cases over the years, such as that of Barney and Betty Hill - a couple who in 1961 encountered an unidentified flying object while traveling through the state of New Hampshire before experiencing a period of missing time.

Later, under hypnosis, they recalled being abducted by aliens and taken aboard the craft.
Another well known case was that of Travis Walton - a worker who disappeared after encountering a luminous disc-shaped object in Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona back in 1975.

He eventually turned up five days later, scared, confused and with fleeting memories of having encountered strange extraterrestrial entities during the time he was missing.

"We do get those reports from time to time that people have said they've been contacted directly by aliens," science writer and UFO researcher Chris Rutkowski recently told Winnipeg's CJOB radio.

"It's an interesting phenomenon. Maybe it's something as simple as misidentification of something else in their lives, but it's a very profound experience, and the numbers of people having such experiences are very significant."

"It's the type of thing where it's good to have fun with it, but remember at the back of it, there's some seriousness in the sense that people really do experience these things and it's rife for being studied by science."

Source: Globalnews.ca | Comments (29)



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Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #20 Posted by jowasmus 2 years ago
Totally agree. I just mean when there's something found under the skin & such, it got there somehow, not necessarily an out of the world explanation, just something happened. I figure we're never getting the whole story, but there's still some kind of story. I honestly believe that some I've seen on TV & read about that do it to themselves for attention, but that's me from outside the situation, with no knowledge, just guessing by my judgment of who'd telling the "story."
Comment icon #21 Posted by jmccr8 2 years ago
Hi Jowasmus Like anyone would do something like that jmccr8
Comment icon #22 Posted by jowasmus 2 years ago
Hello back at ya, jnccr8. Yep, that's kind of my problem. Most people I know personally are attention seekers regardless of "out of this world stories" or just wanting everybody listening to them. It gets annoying & hard to believe when anybody shares experiences because I don't know what's being stretched or by how far. Everybody's story has got to top everybody else's. I live in a US Southern state. Stretching stories is the norm here.
Comment icon #23 Posted by papageorge1 2 years ago
Abductees worldwide mark alien abduction day I've been saying there is a day now for everything.
Comment icon #24 Posted by toast 2 years ago
Summary of Alien Abduction Day 20th March 2020: Number of global attendees (various locations including homes, strip-clubs and IKEA branches): 1.254.242 Number of attendees still missing: 2.254 Number of attendees returned to Earth already: 3.487 Number of attendees who returned to Earth with butt ache: 3.487 Number of attendees who returned and liked the probing very much: 244 Number of attendees who returned with a new hair cut: 755 Number of attendees who returned with a bobble hat made out of unknown material: 262 Number of attendees who returned and want to buy a German shepherd dog: 9 Nu... [More]
Comment icon #25 Posted by tortugabob 2 years ago
Finally a day where abductees can get together to discuss anal probing.
Comment icon #26 Posted by Piney 2 years ago
Only among themselves hopefully..... .....finding out what happened to @acuteand a pair of my missing football shorts was enough for me.
Comment icon #27 Posted by Iilaa'mpuul'xem 2 years ago
I don't think I would like to be probed, even if they tempted me with a 3 breasted alien woman.
Comment icon #28 Posted by ufoguy 2 years ago
That maybe so but memories of abductions can resurface naturally in abductees without hypnosis....
Comment icon #29 Posted by stereologist 2 years ago
I know that happens. It can be introduced through sleep paralysis which happens to many people.


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