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Re: Sensitivity Of Dogs

From: Greg Boone <evolbaby.nul>
Date: Thu, 29 Nov 2007 22:37:54 -0800
Archived: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 07:12:34 -0500
Subject: Re: Sensitivity Of Dogs

>From: Ray Dickenson <r.dickenson.nul>
>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 16:16:35 -0000
>Subject: Re: Sensitivity Of Dogs

>>From: Greg Boone <evolbaby.nul>
>>To: <ufoupdates.nul>
>>Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 04:00:56 -0800
>>Subject: Re: Sensitivity Of Dogs


>>Perhaps our pets have been the clue to this mystery all along.
>>It sure invalidates the headshrinker skeptibunkers who claim all
>>abductions are subjective delusions.

>Hi Greg,

>I've kept dogs in wooded and hilly country, and gone on many
>camping-out treks with one or more in attendance, so I/we know a
>bit about their behaviour. Country bred dogs are fairly stable;
>if wild-life is close-by you usually know from their reactions -
>and they don't go crazy for no reason. So any extreme reactions
>are interesting in themselves. In many CE reports dogs have
>shown extreme fear and even run away from unknown/unseen
>presences on the ground.

>On the other hand, herbivorous livestock have panicked when
>things have merely flown overhead - as in the the 1954 incident
>at Tananarive (Antananarivo), Madagascar:

>"The 'machine' flew at a reported speed of approx. 300km/h
>directly over the city, just above roof-top height, in full view
>of walkers and commuters. The number of witnesses is estimated
>at being from 20,000 to 200,000 people, in the city and at the

>The object traversed the main city avenue, accompanied by
>rolling electrical blackouts which ceased immediately after its
>passage overhead. It created panic among animal life, both
>street & backyard animals and livestock held at the city cattle-
>market, although all these animals were habituated to low-flying
>aircraft using the city's airfield.

>Two or three minutes after the object disappeared to the west, a
>report came from a farm school 150 kms to the South, that the
>same (or similar) object was terrifying their animals, which
>'ran away into the swamps'.

>If the same object - its speed en-route was about 3,000 km/hr."

>Which could point to a field created by a method of propulsion
>upsetting the animals.

>But the more close-range dog reactions of extreme fear - and
>sickness - are puzzling.

>>Oh, and the reason I'm partial to dogs and a great case-in-point
>>is another classic tv show, The Twilight Zone and a great
>>episode written by The Waltons creator Earl Hamner called The
>>Hunt. If you've not seen that episode before you're in for a
>>real treat and why we like dogs.

>Yup, think I understand; the story is here"


Awesome Ray! I think you've saved the day!

This data says it all for me. Dont' know how I could have been
so thick headed not to have seen such important data. These
stories of animals responding to sightings and abductions are
priceless and not evidence but proof that what some, I say some
abductions and sightings are indeed real events and not
subjective delusions. I recall the late Dr. John E. Mack stating
that some of the abductees he'd studied weren't pathological.

Add to the animal responses and the trace cases you can't shove
that data aside and it sure as heck isn't data to be sneezed at.

I've raised dogs all my life. From shepherds to poodles to pit
bulls. The most ferocious dogs I've ever seen are the small
ones, the toy dogs and poodles. I've seen them back down cops on
horseback in Manhattan! These critters fear not. However, even
as a kid I'd heard stories of fierce hunting dogs and guard dogs
cowering whenever a UFO situation occured or of course those
Sasquatch stories.

Very interesting data, very interesting indeed!



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