‘Fire In The Sky’ Alien Abducted Man To Speak In San Antonio UFO Event

January 27, 2012 by staff 

‘Fire In The Sky’ Alien Abducted Man To Speak In San Antonio UFO Event, Texas UFO enthusiasts and researchers will have the opportunity to see and hear from Travis Walton on March 3, 2012 in San Antonio as he talks about, what some say, is the most documented case of alien abduction in history.

Walton will recall the day of and after November 5, 1975 when he worked as a logger near Snowflake, Arizona. When he and the other loggers were driving home from work, they claimed to have encountered a UFO.

In 1993, a Paramount Pictures movie, “Fire in the Sky,” was released based on Walton, who was part of a crew of seven men working for the forestry service on contract to clear trees and brush.

The movie loosely follows their account of how Travis went missing for five days while he was abducted by aliens. Local law enforcement thought they were facing a murder investigation when suddenly Walton is found 33 miles away at a gas station.

Texas ranks third in U.S. states for the number of sightings reported to the National UFO Reporting Center in Washington State. Silver UFO orbs were reported over the Alamo City on Saturday, January 7, 2012.

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