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‘1961: Abduction of Betty & Barney Hill’

1961: Betty and Barney Hill Abduction – Article

When I was but a young boy, the only time anyone talked about flying saucers was after watching a movie about them, or seeing an episode of Twilight Zone, or Science Fiction Theater. Then one morning, I was scanning over our local newspaper, and noticed about three pages deep this heading, “New Hampshire couple encounters UFO.” Well, needless to say, I was intrigued. In our small town paper, you just didn’t see things on this type of subject. As I began to read the article, I was astounded to see that these two people claimed to have been abducted by aliens, and taken inside the ship! Well, that was enough for me to think, “What is this, some kind… Read More

1961: Hill Abduction: Milestone or Millstone? – Article

Image by Rooney. via Flickr by Nigel Watson Betty and Barney Hill’s abduction by aliens in the early hours of 20 September, 1961, is the most convincing case of its kind. Their story of being medically examined onboard a flying saucer prefigured the ever-more traumatic and frequent visitations by the grey alien abductors from the 1970s onwards. Unlike the fantastic stories of the contactees of the 1950s, who had philosophical conversations with blond-haired Space Brothers as they went on unlikely trips to Venus and Mars, the Hills’ reported an encounter that fitted the notion that extraterrestrials were conducting a systematic and scientific reconnaissance of our planet. In summary their original experience comprised of the following: Sighting of a UFO… Read More

1961: Hill Map vs. Real Astronomy – Article

In 1966, Marjorie Fish, a school teacher and astronomer was curious if ET contactee Betty Hill’s two year old star map had any similarity to a real star pattern. Ms. Fish decided to build a 3D model of the stars in our galactic neighborhood. She then observed the sculpture from various angles and recorded the data. Walter Mitchell, professor of Astronomy at Ohio State University, studied it and was “very impressed by the astronomy involved in Marjorie Fish’s work.” Through computers, Mitchell and his students calculated the real positions of hundreds of nearby stars and found virtually no error in her findings. The source of the star map were aliens believed to be from a large binary solar system… Read More