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I was abducted by aliens on my way home from work and kept experimenting – people are finally starting to believe my story

One of the world’s most famous “alien abductees” says he feels vindicated as people are finally starting to believe his extraordinary story.

And five decades later, Travis Walton, who went missing for five days in the Arizona mountains, still insists he was snatched and experimented on by wide-eyed, hairless aliens.

Travis Walton, pictured, claimed to have been abducted by aliens in the Arizona mountains in 1975

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Travis Walton, pictured, claimed to have been abducted by aliens in the Arizona mountains in 1975
He went missing for five days after being shot into the sky by alien creatures

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He went missing for five days after being shot into the sky by alien creatures
Many didn't believe his stories at first, but the more he debunks critics' claims of untruth, the more the public supports him

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Many didn’t believe his stories at first, but the more he debunks critics’ claims of untruth, the more the public supports him

Travis, then a lumberjack, disappeared in 1975 after he and his lumbering crew claimed to have seen a giant UFO – which they initially thought was a fire – in a forest.

Police initially suspected that Travis’ crew members murdered him – until he bizarrely reappeared five days later, saying he had been placed on a spacecraft by alien creatures.

Travis, who says he’s still scared of the “entities” who kidnapped him, has spent years standing up to skeptics — he’s conducted numerous polygraph tests and even written a book outlining every theory put forward exposed.

Speaking to The Sun: “Now when I go out in public instead of ‘there’s this crazy guy’ and now it’s like ‘hey, can I take a picture with you?’

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“People from authoritative sources talk to me, such as police officers – many of the police officers I have met see things when they are on patrol.

“Several NASA employees have come to see me. There is a general shift in the perception that this is a genuine, real phenomenon.”

Travis says that on November 5, 1975, he and his crew saw a fire in the sky as they left work and then realized it was a clearly defined disc of metal as they got closer.

They stopped and saw what they thought was a spaceship and Travis got out of the car and walked towards it.

The spaceship started making loud noises and Travis ducked behind a log for cover.

As he tried to get up, a beam of blue light – similar to a laser beam – knocked him down and threw him into the air.

Crew members told police officers they thought he stepped on a land mine because it threw him with such force – they believed he died.

When he regained consciousness, he found himself on a spaceship surrounded by small creatures he assumed were aliens.

At a festival marking the 75th anniversary of the infamous Roswell UFO crash, he said: “They weren’t little green men. They were short and tall, hairless, and had very large eyes.”

He continued, “I think there are other reports with similar descriptions, but I don’t think that necessarily means they’re all from the same place or family.”

“It was very blurry and I had some double vision, but I could see the outlines of these shapes around me. I thought they were doctors, but when my vision cleared and I could see they weren’t doctors, I just freaked out,” he added.

“The one closest to me – I tried to punch it away – but I felt like I could barely move my arm.

“It was more of a push than a punch because I was so weak, but the creature felt soft and lighter than I expected. She fell back into one that was nearby,” Travis explained.

“I backed up and bumped into a shelf and looked around and saw a bunch of tools or instruments and I grabbed one very quickly and started handling it.

“They stopped and stared at me and that look was in my nightmares for many years afterwards. I couldn’t take that look.”

Travis says he managed to escape through a door and down a narrow hallway and then into another room with a control panel inside.

Then a human wearing what appeared to be a space helmet appeared and took him to a separate room where he was placed on a table and given a mask that rendered him unconscious.

Next thing he knew, he woke up on the street about 15 miles from where he disappeared, just outside of the nearest town of Snowflake, Arizona.

While it sounds far-fetched, Travis and the crew members took 12 polygraphs to prove their story.

Travis, having no idea he was gone for five days, managed to make it into town, where everyone who saw him described him as “devastated” and “shocked.”

But Travis faced a struggle to get people to believe what happened to him — and came under scrutiny from locals, the sheriff’s office, and then members of the public when his story made the news .

Travis even underwent a battery of psychiatric tests to prove he was mentally stable.

“People were dying to explain it away, ‘Oh, he was hallucinating on drugs,'” he said.

“Well, what about the fact that I had blood and urine samples examined by the Maricopa County coroners, drug screens showed no trace of any drug in my system…

“If it’s a drug hallucination, how can seven people have the same hallucination? It just doesn’t happen. They say the same thing in every detail, it’s ridiculous.”

“The evidence presented about what happened to us would have been enough to convict someone of murder in an American court – it would have been an open case.

“You have seven people testifying about the same thing, not to mention the fact that they passed all the lie detector tests. There are seven witnesses who say this happened.”

Travis said that while he accepted what happened to him, he still fears what took him.

“I’m still afraid of it,” he said.

“I was surprised my son and I and his girlfriend saw one of these giant black triangle UFOs in 2001.

“He flew straight up and stopped right over us.

“And my son was like, ‘Dad, Dad, should we go over and take a picture?

“I said no, no, go ahead. And I was surprised myself that I’m still so scared.”

He added: “I would like to think, given the opportunity to learn, that I would be open to finding out exactly what happened to me. That I could overcome my fear and find out.”

Travis still stands by his story to this day, saying people can “take it or leave it.”

While he says he’s “sure” the government knows what happened to him, he’s tossing possible theories that the government orchestrated it all as part of a disinformation campaign.

“I still believe what happened to me was extraterrestrial,” Travis said.

“Some people have speculated that the government did this.

“They believe they actually took dwarves and surgically altered them to give this whole impression to scare our strategic enemies.

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“It’s so far fetched, there’s no way there weren’t people with surgical alterations.

“These were definitely beings that are not from this earth.”

https://www.the-sun.com/tech/5688277/travis-walton-alien-abduction-1975/ I was abducted by aliens on my way home from work and kept experimenting – people are finally starting to believe my story

Chris Barrese

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