Witnessed: The True Story of the Brooklyn Bridge UFO Abductions

Witnessed The True Story of the Brooklyn Bridge UFO Abductions In his bestselling Intruders Hopkins chronicles alien encounters Tho Intruders greatly expanded readers knowledge of the UFO abduction phenomenon Hopkins subsequently learned of an extraordinary wit

  • Title: Witnessed: The True Story of the Brooklyn Bridge UFO Abductions
  • Author: Budd Hopkins
  • ISBN: 9780671569150
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In his bestselling Intruders, Hopkins chronicles alien encounters Tho Intruders greatly expanded readers knowledge of the UFO abduction phenomenon, Hopkins subsequently learned of an extraordinary witnessed abduction an abduction sighted by independent 3rd party witnesses This book reveals this unprecedented amazingly complex case for the 1st time in its entiretyIn his bestselling Intruders, Hopkins chronicles alien encounters Tho Intruders greatly expanded readers knowledge of the UFO abduction phenomenon, Hopkins subsequently learned of an extraordinary witnessed abduction an abduction sighted by independent 3rd party witnesses This book reveals this unprecedented amazingly complex case for the 1st time in its entirety.

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    1. Having previously read several books about the so-called alien abduction phenomenon, including Hopkin's own Intruders, I didn't expect much from this one beyond an incredible and unverifiable yarn. Witnessed, however, is different. For one thing, Hopkin's writing and plotting are better than they were in Intruders. His unfolding of his investigation is, except for too many repetitive asides countering objections that it all might be hoaxed, genuinely captivating. For another, this case, like tha [...]

    2. Scary. Truly scary. And well written, documented, and laid out in a cohesive manner. This non-fiction account of the highly witnessed abduction of Linda "Cortile" is a very unique case in the midst of thousands of similar abductions. It raises more questions than it answers, questions so unusual they make us rethink many things we thought we knew or had guessed about 'alien motives' up until 1989. You should read the book. And on to the next. RIP Budd.

    3. A fascinating true story of alien abduction. Even if find the idea preposterous there is no doubting the validity of this story bearing in mind the testimony of some pretty high up people. Well written and well worth a read as one of the best books regarding this controversial subject.

    4. The word "weird" never felt so inadiquate. This is a compelling, moving, horrifying story - one of the most captivating I've found in truth or fiction.

    5. This story is great whether you read it as fact or sf drama, but it only leaves you with questions.Either Linda is a master of hoaxes or it truly happened, which brings me to my issue with the book and most paranormal cases.Ufologists et al. don't seem to have a good understanding of the scientific method. They often confuse and misuse terms like "evidence," "proof," " theory, " and "experiment," straining their credibility.Such is the case in this book, wherein Hopkins interferes with the witne [...]

    6. I read this book many many years ago because I used to have an unshakable belief in extraterrestrial abduction, and the stories downright scared the shit out of me.Here's how a typical abduction works. You awaken at a late night hour. You are paralysed in totality except for your eyes. Anyone else in the house has been reduced to coma-like state (some reports show the breathing so faint that first aid tactics need be used to find signs of breath). Two to six "little grey men" are gathered around [...]

    7. I haven't read this in a long time, but it really got me to think. The "aliens" abducted two complete strangers and placed them together in a "reproduction" experiment, and later, in series of memory recall, everything was tied together. The people were all connected. I absolutely loved the pictures and photographs. It was really eerie and real.I think my reading experience was enhanced by the fact that strange things happened to me in the room I was, at the time, sleeping and reading this book [...]

    8. It's hard to believe that the library shelves this one as non-fiction (and I am open to the possibilities hereI wonder what a total skeptic would say?). Few illustrations or documents, and the ones present do not add much validity. The first 2 "documents" are supposedly transcriptions of letters the author received. The language, vocabulary, punctuation, etc of the two seemed close to identical to me and they shouldn't bere, photocopies could be faked, but it would at least seem like an attempt [...]

    9. Not sure what to make of this. As always, I'm a complete skeptic when it comes to these sorts of encounters, but I can't say for sure that they *didn't* happen. It's a fun read, whether "true" or notI'll add more as I get further into the bookupdate: seems to be getting more preposterous the further I read. I'll stick to it through the bitter end before passing final judgement.Ok, I'm doneon the one hand, this was a fascinating read. Budd Hopkins does provide decent evidence and he tells the sto [...]

    10. This one starts out nicely, than gets more and more fantastic as the book goes on. Supposedly a UFO abduction got witnessed by two New York City police officers one autumn night back in 1989, but as the story unwinds it becomes somehow less and less likely that it ever really happened.

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