These stories are some of ufologist's favorites because many of the abductees overlap in their shared stories. There have been years of questioning for some; others have been sought out by strangers for decades, whilst still others have remained stoic in their stories and refused any profits offered for sharing their experiences. Many still have even been subjected to polygraph examinations in order to verify their story. What did the polygraphs show? Do aliens exist?
Speaking of tests and examinations, it wasn't just public officials who tested these people, it was often the aliens themselves. Family members and shipyard co-workers claim to have received medical evaluations, and often been given insertions and implants, from aliens once they got them into their spacecraft. Read about these human beings who met other worldly beings and lived to tell the (tall?) tale. Who knows, it might just change the way you think of the bright lights in the sky.
In 1973, two shipyard co-workers went fishing in the Pascagoula River in Mississippi when three creatures came out of a UFO and levitated the men. Charles Hickson (42) and Calvin Parker (19) went numb as they were sucked into the craft, where they were investigated by robot-like aliens.Source
Before she played the Nanny in "The Nanny," Fran Drescher was a junior high school student driving with her father. That's when she was, according to her, abducted by aliens. She has a scar from the incident, which she claims is where aliens implanted a chip.Source
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Mark from Manhattan
In a CNN "American Morning" special about New Yorker Bud Hopkins and his investigations of UFOs, they interviewed a man who went only by "Mark." "Mark" claimed he had been abducted multiple times by aliens who were very "clinical" in their examination of him.Source (CNN)
Travis Walton's Fire in the Sky
In 1975, so his story goes, Arizona logger Travis Walton went missing for five days because he had been abducted by a UFO. This is one of the most well-known alien abduction stories in history. It even led to a book (he wrote it) and a $15 million dollar movie in 1993 called Fire in the Sky.