UFOs: Abductions & Interference

Hosted byGeorge Noory

UFOs: Abductions & Interference


  • Alien Abduction Cases
  • Multiple Witness Case
  • Salas: 1967 Incident
  • About the show

    Hypnotherapist and abduction researcher Yvonne Smith discussed her research on UFO abductions. Several years ago, 11 people were simultaneously abducted on Coronado Island, and this case is going to be featured in her forthcoming book, she said. Right now, she's working on a three-witness case with Dr. Roger Leir and Jaime Maussan, hypnotically regressing two of the witnesses who were children when the incident occurred. An implant was removed from one of the witnesses, and Dr. Leir believes we may have enough data to determine the origin of the ETs, she revealed.

    The ET's agenda appears to revolve around the hybridization program, said Smith, as many of the abductees have sperm and ova removed. Further, she reported that some female abductees feel their own children may have been genetically altered. Abductees are often told that they're being trained for a particular job, "and when the time comes they'll know exactly what they're supposed to do," she noted, adding that this might relate to certain dreams abductees have had in which they are guiding large numbers of people somewhere.

    Appearing in the third hour, former U.S. Air Force Captain Robert Salas shared details of his March, 1967 experience with a UFO at Malmstrom AFB in Montana. An oval-shaped red object was seen hovering over the base, and during this time, the site's nuclear missiles were disabled. He believes the UFO occupants were deliberately demonstrating their advanced technology and sending a message for us to get rid of our nuclear weapons. Smith returned in the last hour to take phone calls.

    Drug Awareness

    First hour guest, attorney Robert Shapiro talked about his work with the Brent Shapiro Foundation for Drug Awareness. Some 250,000 people die each year in drug & alcohol related incidents, he said, including his son Brent in 2005, when he had a bad reaction from combining alcohol and ecstasy. One of the issues is that bystanders don't always call 911 promptly when someone is having a serious problem, Shapiro noted. The Foundation issues Save A Life Cards (PDF file) that list the signs of when it's appropriate to call 911.

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