Travis Walton Case
Travis Walton is hit with a beam of light from a flying saucer
The Travis Walton Case
is another well-known case, made even more famous since it was the
subject of the motion picture Fire in The Sky. Here's the story.
November 5, 1975, Travis Walton was a young man working for the
National Forest Service, clearing brush in the Apache-Silgreaves
National Forest outside of Snowflake, Arizona. He was on a work crew
with six other men. While riding back from work in a single, large
truck at about 6:00 p.m., the crew saw a red glow through the trees.
Thinking it might be a budding forest fire, they decided to take a
The Light Beam
When they got to the location
they found a large UFO hovering above a clearing in the forest. Walton
got out and ran towards the craft. A beam of light shot down from the
disk, striking him. It lifted him up from the ground, then knocked him
back down, hard. The other men, in fear for their lives, jumped in the
truck and took off, leaving Walton behind. A few minutes later they saw
a light shoot straight up into the sky and disappear. They figured it
was safe to go back and turned around to get Walton. When they got
there Travis Walton was gone!
Or so the local sheriff thought.
He immediately began an investigation into the murder of the missing
Travis Walton. After all, the story his friends were telling sounded
unbelievable. However, lie detector tests showed that the men were not
lying and the sheriff was unable to break their stories.
Travis Walton encounters alien beings on board a spacecraft
Walton showed up six days later and twelve miles from where he was last
seen. Walton said that he had been taken aboard a spacecraft and kept
there. At one point early in his adventure, Walton says he tried to run
away down a corridor of the ship. During this time he encountered the
classic small gray aliens with large heads and small mouths that never
moved. He also saw some of the large "Nordic" aliens. These were men,
over 6 feet tall, with muscular builds and long blond hair.
movie of Walton's experience is basically Hollywood hype. It's
entertaining, but it also makes up a lot of things, in particular, the
horrific scenes on board the ship where Walton is stored in some alien
goo and later subjected to some kind of exam. These scenes were all
made up by the movie producers. The case itself, however, is an
excellent one and well-documented. Here's a few additional points about
* The movie shows that there were only five men,
when in fact there were seven, including Walton. Seven real witnesses
to this event.
* In the twenty years since this incident took
place, all the men have taken several lie detector tests each,
administered by different examiners. They all passed every test given.
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