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Re: Probing Extraterrestrial Abduction - NPR

From: A. J. Gevaerd - Revista UFO <a.j.nul>
Date: Tue, 3 Dec 2013 19:33:19 -0200
Archived: Tue, 03 Dec 2013 17:00:07 -0500
Subject: Re: Probing Extraterrestrial Abduction - NPR

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Source: National Public Radio


November 27, 2013

>Probing Extraterrestrial Abduction
>by Marcelo Gleiser

>In the United States the first story of abduction by
>extraterrestrials that received national attention was that of
>Betty and Barney Hill, a couple from New Hampshire who claimed
>to have been kidnapped in a UFO in 1961. There is, however,
>another, earlier, story of abduction. This one dates from 1957
>and centers around Ant=F4nio Villas Boas, a farmer from rural

>According to Villas Boas, he was plowing fields with his tractor
>when he was taken against his will by a group of ETs measuring
>about 5 feet tall. On their spaceship he was put in a room where
>he saw some kind of gas come out of the walls, making him sick.

>Then a very attractive female, naked, with long platinum-blonde
>hair, fire-red pubic hair and deep-blue cat eyes, came to him
>and forced him to have intercourse. (I imagine he didn't resist

>[More at site... ]

Brazilian celebrity astronomer Marcelo Gleiser is a known
skeptic towards UFOs in general, abductions and crop circles in
particular. His points of view about these both subjects, as he
expresses freely and regularly, couldn't be weaker and poorer.

Although a recognized scientist and university professor,
presumably a person who has access to quality data and knows
where to get it, he offers ideas against the UFO Phenomena that
are more like of a 16 y.o. high school student.

Several UFO researchers in Brazil, including myself, and many
times, have had to correct most of his mistaken, prejudicial and
outdated claims published in the largest newspaper in the
country. He is more a debunker than an intelligent contender.

It is just a shame how wrong he is about everything in Ufology.

A. J. Gevaerd
Editor, Brazilian UFO Magazine

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