Debbie. I am very aware of the Reed case and suggest others do read more about this. We have an entire family being subjected to abductions with plenty of evidence to support the encounters. Much like the Betty and Barney Hill case and the Travis Walton case, these are not sleep disorders and there remains no answers that satisfy the total experience. There are other cases with similar physical effects and supporting evidence that leads one to wonder. Similarly, we do have some people who claim experience with abduction scenarios who have mental or chemical imbalances present. My wife attended the course on holotropic breathing techniques by Stanislav Grof. His research had people who experienced alien abduction like events as they did this breathing technique.
I completely agree that some of the abduction cases can be due to psychological, psycho social, sleep paralysis and other natural exlanations that are NOT alien. There are some experiencers who have strange marks, claim pregnancies that are validated, have objects in their bodies that respond to various signals or frequencies, are multiple family members who "all" recall the incident and find unusually magnetized areas on cars, and soil effects that indicate microwave "baking".
Similar to UFO statistics, 70+% are explainable and 30% are unknown, abduction cases, may have a similar statistic if fully reported and treated with the proper respect that is due to them.
As an FI, my hope is that we can find the legit cases and get proper help for these people as well as look deeply for corroborating evidence that may be there and we are just not finding it.
It's obvious Mr. Davis doesn't read nor ever looked into the UFO subject. If he had, he would not have shown his ignorance so clearly. If you can read, suggest you read Clear Intent or UFOs and the National Security State. I am sure that all of the pilots, radar operators,ilitary officers, police officers, physicists, astronauts, presidents and politicians don't appreciate being referenced as a fantasy.
My hope is that Jacquis McNary recognizes the other 20% have scientific validity. Ordinary objects don't account for landings, electromagnetic effects on aircraft, missiles and automobiles that are noted. They are not tracked on radar at the speeds these are seen and do so from a hovering position. Suggestion to Jacquis is to read more and then let's see your opinion. To my Memphian friends, thanks. I enjoyed being with you all.
By Chris McCoy
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