This is the pointy and not so nice end of the whole alien / UFO conspiracy theory Area 51 palava. Cattle mutilation. I’ll let you do the Googling, but reported cases started emerging around 1953. Not long after the UFO appeared as a “Flying Saucer” in 1947. Not so long after the US dropped the first couple of atomic bombs.
Farmers all over the world reported livestock mutilation. They would get up in the middle of the night, sometimes to lights (often reported as helicopters) in their field – only to discover a mutilated cow or sheep in the morning. Not just a random mutilation, but a systematic and highly accurate surgical procedure. Sometimes keyhole-style surgery. But without the blood.
Keen on scaring yourself to death tonight? Go brew yourself a nice (prohibitively expensive) Horlicks and full-screen this puppy. It’w worth getting a video out of your computer and watching this on TV if you’ve a long enough cable. As this 1hr+ slow, but intriguing movie explains, it’s not just cattle that get laser-chopped in our fields during the wee hours.
If you’re still up for it after that horror show, here’s some further reading. Not for the squeamish.
What’s even more disturbing is that the phenomenon is becoming more frequent and the perpetrators more brazen.
Aliens don’t necessarily come in human form. There’s some evidence to suggest that the human form – with our poseable thumbs and huge brain cavity – is the best form for trudging around a rocky planet, but why does every single alien have to look like us?
Well. Some entities don’t look like us at all. Read this BLOG entry from our friends in Finland.
>> Midnight in Finland – High Strangeness
Okay. Despite the excruciating pain – I’m pretty sure some of you out there want to be abducted by an Alien. You want to find a UFO hot spot, stroll into the middle of a paddock and flash S.O.S. with your torch at bright dots in the sky (just like Jack and Jim Weiner did back in 1976). You’ll be teleported into the UFO, subjugate your will and you’ll lay naked on a slab while bug-eyed aliens tell you everything is going to be alright. Then you’ll be probed – and it will hurt. But you really want it. It’s worth it just to meet beings from another part of the universe, right? Maybe they know stuff about your dead relatives . . . Or God?
If you find yourself wandering through a UFO hotspot and you don’t want to get abducted (much easier to achieve) you might be wise to keep one of these anti-alien abduction helmets handy in your boat or vehicle . . .
Or, like me, you could simply go around, business as usual, in pants and a T-shirt. Weet-bix and coffee for breakfast. Morning showers. Brush your teeth. They’ll never find you.
Not surprisingly, the three most famous alien abduction cases happened in the American wilderness…
Three Famous Cases
The Allergash Abductions
Back in 1976, two brothers and a couple of friends went fishing. On the way to Allergash, they saw a strange light in the sky, but thought nothing of it. When they proceeded to boat out onto the dark waters, the light re-appeared some meters away. One of them men had a brilliant idea. He signaled S.O.S. to the UFO with his torch and all of a sudden, they floated into a UFO where they were forced to strip naked and take turns watching their friends being experimented on.
(read more here)
Fire In the Sky
Perhaps the scariest case of all, (and the most sold book – now a famous B-movie “Fire In the Sky”) is the one where Travis Walton sees an alien spaceship while out in the wilderness (take note potential abductees) with friends. Unlike his wise friends who hid behind bushes and rocks, Travis ran over to touch the mysterious craft. Not wanting to look a gift horse in the mouth – the nasty little Greys took him and he was declared missing for days.
(Travis has his own site here) It’s very well-written too, I might add.
Betty & Barney Hill
Last but not least (and in fact possibly the first recorded alien abduction case). God Bless their little cotton socks.
The most famous abduction of all is that of Barney & Betty Hill. John G. Fuller’s “The Interrupted Journey,” is a transcription of the entire event as revealed by Betty and Barney during several independent hypnosis sessions. Their UFO experiences were quite different. Betty had quite a pleasant time. While the Aliens politely showed Betty some of their technology, presented a 3D star map of their location and did all but make her a cup of tea, Barney was thoroughly abused and experimented on (against his will) in the next room. He’s still not quite convinced that he was abducted as he kept his eyes closed during the event.
(read more on Wikipedia here)
So it’s not all beer and skittles inside a UFO. In most recorded abduction cases, people are mind-controlled, experimented on, left with implants and their entire memory erased against their will. Some abductees think it happens over and over. Even resorting to expensive full body scans to find and then remove implants.
On the face of it, it’s not that easy to get abducted. But it seems quite possible. You’ll need to take a few things with you.
- a place where UFOs are regularly spotted
- a torch
- a mind-control helmet (if you want to stay safe)
- easy to remove clothing.
- a GPS
- Some kind of audio recording device (or button camera?)
Let us know if you plan to get abducted and we’ll BLOG about it for ya. However, if you’re found out in a paddock butt-naked, flashing S.O.S. with a torch and wearing a mind control helmet – we’ll call you, okay?
The Australian Angle
Our US friends aren’t the only ones who allow themselves to be puppeted by our not-so-friendly Grey brethren . . .
I thought this episode was most convincing, but if you’re keen:
If you’re still convinced that alien abduction is for you, maybe you can view the following film as a kind of US travelogue . . .
Remember to take some kind of hidden camera or recording device with you when you go bush or visit Roswell. There’s nothing worse than returning back to Earth with a bunch of weird and wonderful stories. People might think you’re a crackpot. Or at best, some kind of exhibitionist who didn’t get the right sort of attention as a child.