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UFO abduction claim sparked secret military probe

Post by falkor » Sun Aug 05, 2012 8:34 am

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Published on Thursday 12 July 2012 12:00
UFO investigators launched a top-level probe into claims two men were abducted by aliens in the Capital.

The legendary story told by Garry Wood and Colin Wright, who said they were examined by extraterrestrials after their van was ambushed by a flying saucer, is being turned into a film starring Billy Boyd.

But rather than being dismissed at the time as 
Hollywood fantasy, the 1992 incident was taken seriously enough to be investigated by the Ministry of Defence.

Garry, then a 33-year-old ambulance technician from Edinburgh, was driving a car to Tarbrax, South Lanarkshire, accompanied by Colin, 25.

The classified documents – released today – state that Garry “was driving along the A70 when the object dropped a curtain of white light in front of the car”.

The report continued: “His friend blacked out for what seemed like 10-15 seconds. He thought he had died. When he woke up the car was facing the other direction on the wrong side of the road. When he checked his watch he had lost about one hour.”

It describes the UFO as being 20 feet high and 30 feet wide, and black with no lights, and tells how the claims were reported to police, a doctor, a psychologist and a university.

Shortly after the incident, the pair visited paranormal investigator Malcolm Robinson, who convinced them to undergo hypnotic therapy, which was said to have revealed that the aliens experimented on the men.

Mr Robinson, who helped write A70 – the film based on the claims which will be released later this year – said the terms of the movie deal banned Garry from talking about the MoD report

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