Kidnapped by Aliens

January 2000
Alien Invaders;2000, p18
The article relates the "spacenapping" of Betty and Barney Hill by aliens on September 19, 1961, in Indian Head, New Hampshire. According to the account, Betty and Barney were on Route 3 in Indian Head, when they saw a bright saucer-shaped object following their car. Upon reaching home, they were puzzled by unexplainable things, such as two extra hours of travel time but shorter kilometers registered on the car's meter. Under hypnosis by Doctor Simon, the couple reported being taken into the spaceship and examined by aliens.


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