Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Alien News, Mississippi Abductee Passes Away, UFO News

Mississippi man abducted by aliens dies at 80, never changed or wavered from his story

A Mississippi man, Charles Hickson who was abducted in 1973 died at the age of 80 last Friday. At the time Hickson then 42 was fishing with 19 year old Calvin Parker Jr. on a pier near Pascagoula, Mississippi, October of 1973. They both claimed that a cigar shaped UFO appeared above them with flashing blue lights. They reported to authorities that a door opened and they were pulled into the craft by aliens, they were paralyzed, examined on a table and later let go.




Even though Hickson endured ridicule and skepticism over the years he never wavered from his story. Hickson and Parker both took and passed lie detector test at the time. Hickson was reluctant to report the incident, "I was afraid people would laugh me out of Jackson County", eventually he did make a report to the local police. The chief investigator for the Jackson County Sheriffs Department said at the time "whatever it was it was real to them, the weren't lying." 


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 As word leaked out about their story they became local celebrities to some and were ridiculed by other that were hardcore skeptics. Hickson story was picked up by the national press in 1974, he appeared on several national TV shows including the Dick Cavett show.

Hickson and Parker told authorities  what happened and they were recorded while sitting in a holding room, not knowing anyone was listening. We have the rarely heard original tape recordings made just hours after the alleged abduction.
The two men were recorded saying:
Parker: "I almost had a heart attack, I ain't sh@#ting you."
Hickson: "I know it scared me to death too."
Parker: "I was standing there right now just crying, I can't help it."
Hickson: "I know it. I couldn't take much more of that. I tell you, I need some more pills or something or go see a doctor or something. I can't stand it. I'm about to go hog crazy."
Parker stayed pretty tight lipped about the experience. Hickson was just the opposite. He later wrote a book about bizarre experience called "UFO Contact at Pascagoula." Charles Hickson went to his grave knowing that many people, including his family, believed his alien abduction story to be 100 percent true.
His son, Eddie Hickson, said of his Dad's story, "It's never changed. Daddy's taken numerous polygraph, been under hypnosis and from my understanding it's almost impossible to lie under hypnosis, and it's never changed."
Charles Hickson family reports that he died of a heart attack last week.





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