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Travis Walton opens up about alien abduction in new documentary

February 17, 2022 | Comment icon 24 comments



What really happened to Travis Walton that night in 1975 ? Image Credit: Discovery+
Walton disappeared from a remote forest trail after he and his workmates encountered a UFO.
On November 5th, 1975, Travis Walton and six of his co-workers had been driving on a remote dirt road in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in northeastern Arizona when they came across a strange luminous disc-shaped object hovering nearby.

Walton had got out of the truck to approach the craft when he was hit by a bluish light which threw him to the ground. His co-workers fled the scene in a panic, but when they returned a short time later, both he and the mysterious object had disappeared.
Walton would eventually turn up five days later, scared, confused and with fleeting memories of having encountered strange extraterrestrial entities during the time he was missing.

His story would go on to become one of the best known UFO abduction cases ever recorded.

Now a new Discovery+ documentary - 'Shock Docs: Alien Abduction - Travis Walton' is set to lift the lid on his chilling experience in more detail than ever before.

A trailer for the documentary, which will premiere on February 18th, can be viewed below.



Source: Comicbook.com | Comments (24)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #15 Posted by ercbreeze 4 months ago
Bottom Line, Travis Walton is broke, and needs money now.
Comment icon #16 Posted by Four candles 4 months ago
He's reportedly worth around 16million. True or not. Travis and the driver of the pick up are both in on it so a job well done.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Earl.Of.Trumps 4 months ago
I think there is something to it, too. The skeptics in here refuse to think logically here so they can maintain their theory on the matter. But you have exposed the situation for what it is, IMO. Y'all others here, pay attention: 6 people propose a story and take a lie detector test. One failed, 5 passed. Skeptics say the whole thing did not happen!! LOL Dudes, we should get one of two results, either ALL PASS (story is true) or ALL FAIL(story is hoax). Clearly the problem is with the testing, not Walton my bet...? 5 of 6 tells me it is likely the story is true. Also, Walton went on to pass ot... [More]
Comment icon #18 Posted by Desertrat56 4 months ago
I talked to Travis Walton and he is not all flash and bling like most people who tell these stories. He was reluctant to be in public and he waited over 40 years to write his own book about it. He is educated and soft spoken and hates the spotlight. How many others who claim abduction and write books about it and go to lots of events to talk about it, enjoying the spotlight and the attention. His story is one that rings true for me, and I have expressed my belief before that a lot of the abductions were done by some secret group testing mind control techniques. There is something else ... [More]
Comment icon #19 Posted by Bendy Demon 4 months ago
Passing a lie detector test doesn't really mean anything. As long as a person or group sincerely believes the validity of what they say, they can spin the most wild, implausible and fabricated story and the lie detector won't pick up on it. Just as there are people who can do a poker face, look you straight in the eye and lie to your face with such conviction that you'd be tempted to think thy are being truthful despite your internal B.S meters going off the charts.
Comment icon #20 Posted by ouivalerie 3 months ago
Travis Abduction was in the days of anal probes by the greys. It would seem that pain and fear charges up some blood to drink but in Travis case they must have had a battle with his angels. As it appears they were not going to send him back, but they had to. They are known to all live on fresh live blood, or better said to be vampires and human trafficking and surrogate baby sales eventually showed what was really going on. They also have loosh vampires and combination types but I've heard from some people it's usually one or the other these spaceship dwellers ones live on. While on earth t... [More]
Comment icon #21 Posted by psyche101 3 months ago
The rest? Silly speculation. Anti vaxers are a small minority of the population. Nobody cares about them. Not even aliens. Aliens would ask for proof of vaccination. They aren't going to bother with bottom feeders like Walton either. If you walk into a university you don't approach the mum at the student drop off zone for information do you.
Comment icon #22 Posted by Desertrat56 2 months ago
There are no abductees that I have ever heard or read about saying anything about an anal probe. That idea was started by a reporter making fun of Whitley Strieber, who never said anything about an anal probe. It is a disinformation, denegration of people who come forward claiming they have been abducted.
Comment icon #23 Posted by Uncle Yammy 2 months ago
It depends how what she looks like, if she is a tasty piece and keeps herself in shape, absolutely.
Comment icon #24 Posted by razman 2 months ago
I dont know , but humanity is pretty good in general at making **** up miles high.


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