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Alien Abduction and Roswell Artifacts

Date Wednesday - July 2, 1997
Host Art Bell

In the first hour, Art discusses the Roswell Incident, in connection with a press conference showing results on the crashed debris. Linda Moulton Howe reports live from the Roswell 50th anniversary celebration. She talked about "Art's Parts" (said to be artifacts from the 1947 UFO crash at Roswell). and how a man tried to reproduce them and could not. The material has 11% more magnesium 26 than there would be in a terrestrial object, she cited. The objects also contain 60 times more ions than a controlled magnesium metal. Linda noted how it has never been totally explained how this is possible.

Also attending the Roswell conference, alien abduction expert and author (the late) Budd Hopkins is featured starting in Hour 2. He says a non-human intelligence has been interacting with humans for a long time. The Betty and Barney Hill case was not the first abduction case, he noted, just the most publicized. He reveals an incident from the 1920s, when a 7-year-old girl was playing in a small town near NYC. She saw a glint of light that looked like a metal balloon and was quite huge. Small figures started floating down from this object, and they were staring at her with big eyes. The next thing she knew, she was shaking, and was two hours late for dinner, as well as had a cut on her leg with no clue how it happened. Hopkins interviewed her when she was in her 80s, and she no real knowledge on the UFO or abduction phenomenon. He also talked about his book "Witnessed" which details an incident in which a woman was seen floating out of her NYC high rise apartment, and was said to be witnessed by five different people.

The remaining show features Open Lines, with Art presenting a special line for people in Roswell who are attending the event.

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