Questions about famous abductions


Jedi Council Member
UFO Files - The Brazilian UFO Crash: The Varginha Incident
In January, 1996, in the town of Varginha, Brazil, a number of 'aliens' were apparently sighted, captured or killed by locals and turned over to US authorities. As many as six aliens were supposed to have crashed in the area, and were described as 3 to 4 feet tall humanoids, with dark brown hairless skin, big triangular heads with three short 'horns' and huge red eyes. It sounds like a fairytale, but there were more than a hundred local witnesses who swear to what they saw. We talk to the 'first responders' on the scene of the crash, the local Fire Brigade, as well as the local soldiers who assisted in the capture. We also talk to the local hospital staff who actually claim that they 'treated' the surviving creatures. And we talk to the girls who first saw the aliens and the dozens of eyewitness who saw them in the town. Mass delusion? Too much tequila? The evidence is shocking.

Varginha Brazil 1996 ET Encounter

Did Brazil Military Captured Aliens in Varginha, Brazil - The Best Documentary Ever
The first news of the strange creatures seen around the city of Varginha on 20th, 1996, came from the mouths of three young women, who encountered.

In 1996 in a Varginha it is reported that a number of living aliens where captured following a UFO crash. Local residents claim the aliens roamed the streets of.

Exclusive footage captured on CCTV security camera shows an unidentified flying object ( UFO ) crashing into Brazilian hillside just outside Teresopolis.


The Living Force
FOTCM Member
2-I also wonder about 'Pascagoula Abduction'. This species are so strange. Are they also biocyber? or some lizard projection?
or do they really exist? Pascagoula Abduction - Wikipedia

The Alien Abduction: Pascagoula man says he had an encounter with aliens
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The Living Force
FOTCM Member
Others here might find interesting a documentary that came out in 2015 titled Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton. It's currently on Amazon Prime.



The Living Force
FOTCM Member
These more "famous" abductions leave us with many questions but they seem to be difficult to just dismiss (at least for me).

I just stumbled upon an abduction case that is not famous or well known for the time being but this seemed like a place to mention it.

This is a story told by a Hopi elder to a researcher about a childhood incident where his friend disappeared for 50 years and then returned 50 years later. There are no details from the abductee that were given to the elder but he speculates that he may have talked more to his family.

After the incident, the Hopi elder discovered "implants" in his hand which he shows and demonstrates to the viewer even using a magnet to demonstrate a magnetic attraction. The elder relates that he sees UFOs and senses a communication at times. He does seem to believe these "Star People" may be benevelant in a fashion similar to Whitley Strieber so it may be a kind of Stockholm Syndrom response I suppose.

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