Seems like Aliens are back this year, perhaps even close to the 90's phenomenon that swept the world. No we don't have the X-files but project blue book came out and fills those shoes quite well.
Anyway one of more compelling stories of abduction comes from this fellow, Travis Walton. Some may remember the dramatic recreation that was the movie Fire in the sky. Sometimes it's fun to allow yourself to suspend judgement and ask, what if? The life of a skeptic is not all it's cracked up to be
One thing I find that is hard to discount is the polygraph test's. Its crazy enough that seven men all passed the test when the initially took it, but many have taken it years later and produced the same results. There is always a chance that the first test was somehow corrupted so it's not a smoking gun but still comes off as credible evidence. The nature of the stories never change, except in the instance where someone tried to bribe one of the seven men into saying they made it all up. When that fact was released to the public of the attempted bribery, for many skeptics that was enough to discredit that the story was ever true.
Travis was on Rogan last week and I thought it was a good listen for anyone who is interested in the possibility of the unknown. I like where he talks about biggest thing he regrets is the way the movie portrayed the abduction scene, it was a classic scary probing scene. Years later Travis now thinks that it was more like an ambulance. Saying that he thinks he got caught up in the crafts propulsion and after he was thrown to the ground they intervened to save his life. He would liken his fearful reaction to what one would expect to see from an animal at the veterinarians office, with look of fear in their eyes trying to understand what is happening. His end message was that he wished the public perception of aliens was more Arrival than Independence day
Edited by FLASHINGROOSTER, 22 January 2021 - 04:18 PM.