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Alien Drawings Found In Trash

October 22, 2014 – 10:18 AM | One Comment | 708 views

People throw away the darndest things. That fact does not make any of that trash evidence of anything.
From Neo Nettle.com
Mysterious Box Found In Trash Contained Drawings Of Extraterrestrials
By: Sasha Sutton  |@SashaEricaS
October 21st 2014
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Dr. John E. Mack – Close Encounter Documentary

Submitted by on June 12, 2013 – 7:21 AMOne Comment | 784 views

 

mackDr. John E. Mack. Psychiatrist, professor, and Pulitzer-prize winner is widely known in Ufology as a leading proponent in the belief of Alien Abduction cases. After winning a Pulitzer-Prize for his biography of Lawrence of Arabia in A Prince of Our Disorder: The Life of T.E. Lawrence, Dr. Mack shocked the scientific community when we began to write and talk about UFOs and the controversial abduction phenomena.

In the following video we learn from his research associant, Dominique Callimanopulos, cases of children being abducted in groups by alien beings. In their research, they uncovered haunting similarities between the eyewitness accounts, their recollections of the abductions, and even how the victims all described the alien beings and craft with specific and exact details.

 

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    Were the subjects isolated from each other to eliminate the possibility of sharing information, or “contaminating” each other’s story.