On September 19, 1961, Betty and Barney Hill were driving home from vacation when they experienced what we now know as the first well-documented, feasibly legitimate UFO abduction in history. With simultaneous amnesia, bizarre hints at an odd experience, and a feeling of lived trauma, their story shaped how stories like it were told—and understood—from then on.
Through hypnosis, dreams and first-hand accounts, the Hills kept their story somewhat private, until it leaked in an article that shot them to national fame. But did it really happen? Join us for the ultimate Mulder and Scully experience!
One of the oldest OG Americana roadside attractions, The Oregon Vortex and House of Mystery attracts tourists, skeptics, and Mulders alike. With bizarre energy, trees that grow away from its center, animals that won’t enter, and its allegedly unexplained properties, it has been the cause of mystery for decades. Join us as we review every possible explanation of the weird behind this location – we’ve got it all: ghosts, aliens, demonic portals, optical illusions, capitalism, you name it!
Born Catherine Elise Müller, and later identifying as Helene Smith, this 19th century spiritualist medium didn’t just communicate with the dead and speak of her past lives. She spoke to martians on Mars, and even had an alphabet, translator, and painted images that were out of this world (literally).
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On November 5th, 1975, Travis Walton and his forestry coworkers witnessed a UFO, and Travis was subsequently abducted. When he showed up 5 days later 30 miles from his home, many questions remained unanswered. Where did he go?
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