In conversation I had with someone about the new X-Files, the topic of alien abduction came up. The person I spoke with said that it is odd that with all of the talk of confirmation of UFO’s by The Pentagon and possible alien life found in space, there has been barely a word about the many people who once claimed that they were abducted by aliens.

I replied back awkwardly, “We still believe, we just don’t talk about it anymore.”

So, I decided to get down to the business of figuring out why the talk of alien abduction has gone down and what I found out was certainly disconcerting.

As of 2017, 2.5% of the US population reports having some personal experience with alien abduction. We reported that some Psychologists were preparing for the possibility of many coming forward if and when the announcement came the extraterrestrial life had been confirmed by scientists and disclosed by government officials.

Studies by sober-minded, non-UFOologist psychologists have identified two truths that apply to most people in this unique group and that is they’re not lying, at least not consciously; most people who say they were kidnapped by aliens really believe they were kidnapped by aliens, even if the evidence doesn’t support their claim. And they’re not mentally ill, at least not in the way we think of when we talk about mental illness, though they tend to differ from the rest of the population on some key psychological traits.

That being said there are some people who claim to have been abducted are dishonest hoaxers. And yes, some are what might colloquially be called “nut jobs,” but I think I have found some very important reasons why we haven’t heard about as many abductions anymore.

Let me say this, apparently the abduction program has not ended. As I previously noted, the overwhelming majority of abductees are clearly not psychotic, but many of them eventually do become plagued by severe depression, suicidal thoughts and other medical issues. The explanation of what is going on only goes so far is that of psychopathology.

This is one of the reasons why the abduction phenomenon has no longer been a hot topic, because of the exploitation factor and what happens when people come forward and say that they have been abducted.

There have also been cases that have wound up having gruesome endings where people have been killed or have died as a result of the trauma associated with abduction cases.

These are known as the unspeakable cases. These are cases that have been cited by investigators and immediately have been silenced by those who consider extraterrestrial intelligence, non-threatening.

This is why I believe the when the information came from The Pentagon on UFO threat assessment – there were many in the field that were expressing anger over how the War Department was assessing the threat of UFO’s when they hardly engage aircraft or have not to the knowledge of anyone attacked a city.

However, what is rarely reported by the UFO new age groups is that when Project Grudge produced the Bluebook Reports there were a few reports of UFO sightings and alien sightings associated not only with cattle mutilations, but human mutilations, missing persons, mostly female and missing children.

An article by Don Ecker, which appeared in the July/August 1989 issue, Volume 4, No. 3, of UFO Magazine, entitled “Apparent FBI Stonewall-Report of Human Mutilations” asks this question after briefly discussing two cattle mutilation cases: “But what if the human equation is entered? Have any cases surfaced that would suggest at any point that human beings have been victim to such grisly assaults?

The answer is yes, and this brings a frightening new facet to the UFO phenomenon.” Ecker goes on to report that over 3000 missing children reports have surfaced in a single New York county. Further, in Idaho in 1979 the mutilated and nude body of a young man was found in a wilderness area, mutilated in the same fashion that has become so familiar with cattle.

His genitals had been surgically removed, his lips had been taken off, and an ear was missing. There was a noticeable lack of blood. When found, his bare feet were clean and unmarked and he was wearing only his underwear. His possessions were later found several miles away. Incidents from Europe, Mexico and an important report from Brazil also surfaced.

A body was found brutally mutilated and exsanguinated in Guarapiranga, an area near Sao Paulo. The male was subject to a brutal systematic mutilation. Authorities had no clue who or what was responsible. The culprits were specific about what body parts they wanted.

While most of the reports were filed by medical doctors in Portuguese it is important to note that whatever the unidentified man encountered, they were careful to remove his the left eye, the left ear, the lips, the tongue, and the jaw bone. In the upper torso, two “drainage holes” were perfectly cut into the chest.

The entire rectum track had been cored out leaving a large gaping hole, similar to how an apple core remover will slice out the center leaving the outside fully intact.

This case has been regarded a mystery and there are many people who are suspecting and alien abduction and mutilation. Exact body parts taken, blood also taken and areas of the body removed just like in most cases of animal mutilation.

The autopsy report would reveal more about what happened than what the police could produce. The autopsy report states: “We observed the removal of the right and left orbital areas, emptying of the mouth cavity, pharynx, oropharynx, neck, right and left armpit area, abdomen, pelvic cavity, right and left groin area.”

Precise “cookie cutter” holes were discovered in strategically positioned throughout the body used for extracting internal organs. This level of precision suggests that the operation was executed with speed, the application of heat or lasers, all occurring as the subject was still alive.

The autopsy conclusion implies that the victim died of a heart-attack due to extreme pain. This means that the victim was almost certainly alive while the mutilation took place.

The editorial section of the British UFO magazine Flying Saucer Review written by Gordon Creighton in its December Quarter, 1990, Vol. 35, No. 4 issue contained this chilling comment about abductees in China:

“We admit that we do possess seemingly unassailable material about terrible atrocities committed against human beings in China by Aliens – material communicated to us privately, and personally, by a millionaire industrialist who frequently has reason to make business visits to China and knows the country well. All this, we repeat, may well be true, alas. Even if it is true, I am not going to publish it. Let somebody else do that if they want to. One may ask why? The only reply can be that there are surely still other aspects of which we must not lose sight…there seems to be overwhelming evidence of many more than just one species of “Alien”. If so, then surely there must be more than one possible policy or attitude toward us! The outlook may seem dismal at present. But how foolish it would be to assume that we see the entire picture.”

This story along with many war entanglements including UFO’s were published and it was also reported that there were many other than worldly objects that were seen during the Vietnam War, with many Veterans confessing to their abductions, many believing that perhaps that their alien captors had been working with the enemy.

By all accounts it seems that troops in the Vietnam War were absolutely plagued by UFO activity, and some of the most spectacular reports of alien encounters during the Vietnam War have to do with actual military engagements with UFOs.

One such incident allegedly occurred on June 15, 1968, along the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North and South Vietnam, where a patrol boat known as PCF-12, commanded by a Lieutenant Pete Snyder, was on a routine night patrol near Cua Viet. At 12:30AM, PCF-12 reportedly received a frantic distress call from another patrol boat in the vicinity, PCF-19, claiming that they were being attacked by unidentified lights they were calling “enemy helicopters,” which seemed odd because the North Vietnamese enemy were not known to utilize combat helicopters at the time.

Snyder ordered the PCF-12 to head for PCF-19’s position to offer assistance, and they as they closed in reported spotting in the sky two circular bright lights immersed in a “strange glow” hovering over PCF-19’s position. As they approached, one of the strange lights reportedly emitted a bright flash of light, after which PCF-19 exploded in a cascade of water and flying debris. Directly after the destruction of PCF-19, the two enigmatic lights were described as rapidly accelerating away towards the sea as PCF-12 scouted the area for any possible survivors of the carnage they had just witnessed.

Two wounded men were found and recalled that the two UFOs had been trailing them for miles along the river. The survivors then claimed that they had decided to fire upon the threatening, mysterious objects, and that was when one of them had issued a piercing blast of light to obliterate the boat. At first it was thought by officials that the PCF-12 had been the victim of an enemy missile fired from shore, but a later AP dispatch from Saigon would quote a military spokesman as having attributed the loss of PCF-19 to an “unidentified object,” and not enemy coastal batteries or missiles.

The PCF-12 continued its patrol up the river and were soon approached by the same two unidentified lights, which took up positions hovering on the port and starboard sides around 300 yards away and 100 feet above the water. PCF-12 called in to headquarters to try and get an idea of what they were dealing with, but were met with the response that there were no aircraft in the area at the time.

Realizing that these craft were not friendly, Snyder ordered his men to open fire on the lights, which apparently did little to faze or even slow them down, and PCF-12 began to retreat at full speed as the two mysterious aircraft tailed and stalked them, flickering in the night the whole time. Second engine man Jim Steffes would later claim that he got a good look at the craft and described them as having “a rounded front like an observation area,” and what looked like “two crewman sitting side by side.”

Mr. Leonard H. Stringfield, veteran Ohio UFO researcher and crash/retrieval specialist, reported that high ranking Army officer Mr. Stringfield has known for several years wrote to him that in April, 1972 members of a US Army Special Operations group operating in Cambodia became involved in a fire fight with the occupants of an alien craft.

The result of this action was several alien casualties and a human death. In addition, several other humans were inflicted with burn injuries from an unknown type weapon. The horrific part of the story is that the group came upon the aliens as they were sorting human body parts into large bins and sealing them. After the fire fight the aliens packed as much as they could and loaded the bins unto the alien craft. The craft then lifted off quickly and disappeared from sight.

In 1988, the Skywatch International open list published a short text purported to be based on a secret report relating the death of an Air Force Sgt (E-6) by the name Jonathan P. Louette, abducted at the White Sands Missile Test Range in March of 1976.

According to the report, his nude body was found three days later in the middle of the desert, horribly mutilated: the tongue had been removed from the lower part of the jaw; the eyes, removed; the genitalia and the anus, all the way to the colon, excised, “as through a plug.” The autopsy report confirmed that the body had been completely drained of blood.

Todd Sees decided to take his quad bike out to look for pre-season deer near his home. He told his wife he would be back by 12 p.m. When he didn’t return by 2 p.m. his concerned wife called the police and they went to search for him.

When they got to the top of the hill Sees’ quad bike was found with no footprints around the vehicle. What made the situation a little stranger was the fact that the police found one of Todd’s boots 70 feet up a tree.

A search lasting two days found nothing in the surrounding area. Sniffer dogs were used and on the third day, close to the family home in an area the police had searched many times before under dense scrub the naked body of Mr. Sees was found.

He had a look of horror on his face and a dark burn patch on his left temple. After a few weeks the toxicology results concluded that he had died from a cocaine overdose.

A UFO investigator, Bud Witowsky, requested under the Freedom of Information Act the full autopsy report but was denied; the police said that the case was still open. The investigator questioned why although they had a cause of death the investigation was still open? No answer was given.

Even more crucial was the fact that a UFO was reported to MUFON around the exact time and place Sees disappeared. Farmers had reported anomalous activity and military helicopters scouring the area. The local coroner had said that the cause of death was cocaine toxicity. However, there were signs of body defilement and mutilation that did not match with any predator in the area.

If this kind of kidnapping and torture was carried out by a human agency there would be a consensus demand for an investigation into who or what was responsible. Since such a small amount of people claim that these events are happening, governments have not investigated them.

There has also been the theory that world governments are involved with the abduction processes and that perhaps a collusion with aliens exists or the most horrifying of all, humans are carrying out these experiments and using the alien stories as a cover. After all, an “alien” would not be able to stand trial for these crimes against humanity. Abductees were claiming for many years that invasive procedures were being used for some higher purpose and that DNA was being sequenced in order to study humans. The invasive procedures included the removal of sperm, ova, DNA, and human fetuses.


Abductees for many years were saying they have seen firsthand that these aliens were able to extract sperm and ova from them but many claimed they saw clones of themselves and clones of several other mammals in labs that were on ships. Many abductees made claims that the aliens were using their DNA to replicate alien hybrids. These cases were best known and heard in the early seventies and eighties.

Now in our time the thought of cloning or even DNA manipulation is now a part of mad science and makes headlines all of the time. Were the abductees telling the truth and were all of the cases truly alien abduction or some other experiences meant to duplicate the template or profile that had been suggested by the mainstream media?

As we reach for reality in the 21st century, it is becoming more and more evident that what was considered fabricated prophecy 20, even 40 years ago is beginning to transpire.

While again these reports can and will be dismissed by those who wish to cloud the issues of alien encounters with a brush of benevolence, it may be necessary to open up the cases where perhaps an alien race sees us as nothing more than harvesting material for their own purposes.