From: John Velez <email@example.com> Date: Fri, 2 Nov 2001 13:19:55 -0500 Fwd Date: Fri, 02 Nov 2001 16:05:20 -0500 Subject: Re: A Skeptibunker Becomes 'Human'! - Velez >Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2001 18:38:16 -0500 >From: Ron Cecchini <Ron.Cecchini@GD-CS.COM> >Subject: Re: A Skeptibunker Becomes 'Human'! >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <firstname.lastname@example.org> >>Date: Mon, 29 Oct 2001 11:57:39 -0500 >>To: email@example.com >>From: John Velez <firstname.lastname@example.org> >>Subject: Re: A Skeptibunker Becomes 'Human'! >>>The name Russ Hudson eludes me at the moment. Who is he? >>Rusty is one of Budd Hopkins cases. ><snip> >>I described in some detail (in a fairly recent post to this >>List) a UFO abduction that Russ and his fellow musicians >>experienced while on a playing tour of the American south. ><snip> You wrote: >I think I saw that story on some TLC/Discovery show... Something >about two band members seeing a bright flash in their hotel >room, then blanking out for a while, etc. Hmmm, 'sounds like' it might be the same case, only Russ's band consisted of four or five members (not sure which) all of which were in the room at the time. At least that is my understanding of it. I 'could be' wrong about that detail. When the Trade center went down, schmoes like me who don't watch much TV, or subscribe to cable service, lost all our channels except for CBS, our channel 2. Out of necessity I have subscribed to a digital satellite service that carries all or most of the cable channels. Now that I'm able to; I'll have to keep an eye out for program you mentioned. >Do you remember the name of the band? I haven't seen Russ in more than three years. He told me the story almost six years ago. He may have mentioned the name of the band to me but I don't recall it. Sorry. I 'think' all this stuff happened while he was in college. The 'band' was composed of his school buddies. >Random anecdote, but after a club night last winter, I had >'breakfast' at an afterhours diner in Boston with the members of >a local (I think) band called "Allagash 4". I asked, and >apparently they did get permission from the Wiener brothers (who >they thank on their CD). Yeah, it all started I think with the band UFO. They talked about the subject in the lyrics to several of their songs. I wonder if the "Allagash 4" have written/recorded any tunes about their 'name-sake' case or about the abduction phenomenon. ;) No doubt about it, UFOs, aliens, and abduction has entrenched itself, and made its mark, in the popular media. Regards, John Velez A.I.C. - Abduction Information Center www.spacelab.net/~jvif/default.htm email@example.com "Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind."
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