Discussion in 'UFOs & Sightings' started by Creepy Green Light, Jan 20, 2019.
The 1976 Stanford, Kentucky Abductions, Part 1, B J Booth, author
yep, but i ain't a fan of abduction cases, they are too predictable
In 2019, they are passe.
also in this case there isn't any description of a abduction, so its not a abduction event but a missing time event, we have no idea what happened in that missing time
You know, I'm beginning to think experiences aren't that uncommon, I'm not here to make proclamations, but by one definition or another, I've had experiences and I think maybe most of us have. Otherwise, why is this such a subject of curiosity for people? That said, I don't want to talk about any experiences I may have had, I feel it takes away from my credibility, All I'm saying is, I think these experiences are less uncommon than people want to admit.
I'm from Kentucky by the way, Both my grandfather and Father Have stories about their experiences My dads was in the early 1960's I believe.
I agree, a missing time case should not be assumed to be an abduction, there certainly can be other reasons or causes for missing time...
That state does have its own mysteries, like this that allegedly happened in Kentucky:
There have been so many here, I honestly don't think I've heard of this one, I'm looking into it now
Thanks for sharing that. It looks really cool. Have you seen it?
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