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Witnessed : the true story of the Brooklyn Bridge UFO abductions

Author: Budd Hopkins
Publisher: New York : Pocket Books, ©1996.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In his bestselling book Intruders, Budd Hopkins, the internationally respected authority in the field of UFO research, focused worldwide attention on a series of thoroughly documented and disturbing alien encounters. Though Intruders greatly expanded our knowledge of the UFO abduction phenomenon, Hopkins subsequently learned of an extraordinary witnessed abduction, something unprecedented in the history of UFO
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Genre/Form: Miscellanea
Trivia and miscellanea
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Budd Hopkins
ISBN: 0671569155 9780671569150
OCLC Number: 34973491
Description: xiv, 399 pages, [16] pages of plates : illustrations ; 25 cm
Responsibility: Budd Hopkins.

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In his bestselling book Intruders, Budd Hopkins, the internationally respected authority in the field of UFO research, focused worldwide attention on a series of thoroughly documented and disturbing alien encounters. Though Intruders greatly expanded our knowledge of the UFO abduction phenomenon, Hopkins subsequently learned of an extraordinary witnessed abduction, something unprecedented in the history of UFO research. This amazingly complex case is revealed here in its.

Entirety for the first time. In New York City, on November 30, 1989, at approximately 3:00 a.m., several witnesses, including a major world political leader, saw - and later independently corroborated - this shocking event. Accompanied by three small alien figures, Linda Cortile, a married mother of two, was seen emerging from an apartment building window twelve stories above the ground. Suspended within a blue beam of light, Linda and her captors were lifted into a.

Large reddish-orange glowing UFO, which then moved off in the direction of the Brooklyn Bridge. While certain facts reported here suggest that the aliens' motives may be altruistic, others point toward a systematic program of genetic study and experimentation on human beings. Whatever the aliens' motives, the details of this case - from an inexplicable metallic object implanted in Linda's body to the independent witnesses and their verified accounts of the abduction.

Challenge all preconceptions about UFOs and alien abductions. The evidence in Witnessed is too credible, too comprehensive, and too powerful for any individual - or government - to ignore.

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