Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Pascagoula Abduction Case, Interviews, Photo's, Transcripts, Video

Pascagoula, Mississippi Abduction Case

The Pascagoula Mississippi abduction case is a fascinating case that is well documented.  
Richard 

Charles Hickson

It should be noted that Charles Hickson passed away in September 2011 of an apparent heart attack, (See video below). Hickson underwent hypnosis and several polygraph tests which he undeniably passed.  Mr. Hickson never changed his story nor did he ever waiver in his conviction about his abduction event.

The Pascagoula Incident involved two men, nineteen-year-old Calvin Parker and forty-two-year old Charles Hickson, both of Gautier, Mississippi, who were fishing in the Pascagoula River when they heard a buzzing noise behind them. Both turned and were terrified to see a ten-foot-wide, eight-foot-high, glowing egg-shaped object with blue lights at its front hovering just above the ground about forty feet from the river bank. As the men, frozen with fright, watched, a door appeared in the object, and three strange Beings floated just above the river towards them.

The Beings had legs but did not use them. They were about five feet tall, had bullet-shaped heads without necks, slits for mouths, and where their noses or ears would be, they had thin, conical objects sticking out, like carrots from a snowman's head. They had no eyes, grey, wrinkled skin, round feet, and claw like hands.

Two of the beings seized Hickson; when the third grabbed Parker, the teenager fainted with fright. Hickson claimed that when the Beings placed their hands under his arms, his body became numb, and that then they floated him into a brightly lit room in the UFO's interior, where he was subjected to a medical examination with an eyelike device which, like Hickson himself, was floating in mid-air.

Charles Hickson, UFO Contact at Pascagoula 

At the end of the examination, the Beings simply left Hickson floating, paralyzed but for his eyes, and went to examine Parker, who, Hickson believed was in another room. Twenty minutes after Hickson had first observed the UFO, he was floated back outside and released. He found Parker weeping and praying on the ground near him. Moments later, the object rose straight up and shot out of site.

Expecting only ridicule if they were to tell anyone what had happened, Hickson and Parker initially decided to keep quiet; but then, because the government might want, or ought, to know about it, they telephoned Kessler Air Force Base in Biloxi. A sergeant there told them to contact the sheriff. But uncertain about the reception their bizarre story might get from the local law, they drove to the local newspaper office to speak to a reporter. When they found the office closed, Hickson and Parker felt they had no alternative but to talk to the sheriff.

The sheriff, after listening to their story, put Hickson and Parker in a room wired for sound in the belief that if the two men were left alone they would reveal their hoax; of course they did not. The local press reported their tale; the wire services picked it up; and within several days the Pascagoula Encounter was major news all over the country. The Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO), founded in 1952, sent University of California engineering professor James Harder to Mississippi to investigate; J. Allen Hynek, representing the Air Force, also arrived. Together they interviews the witnesses. Harder hypnotized Hickson but had to terminate the session when Hickson became too frightened to continue.
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.

         Original photo of Hickson & Parker                   Calvin Parker years after the abduction

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.

Field UFO Interrogation Report

Police Transcript: (audio in video below)
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 September 2011.

Video Contains Original Audio Recording with Charlie Hickson and J. Allen Hynek.


Story of the Passing of Charles Hickson Click Here

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