“…This laboratory speculates that the hovering craft propulsion system has a powerful electromagnetic effect thereby drawing (and concentrating) these iron particulates toward the surface. This has been observed in the analysis of soils from other sites where UFOs landed or hovered close to the ground…”
The Travis Walton abduction is perhaps one of the most famous UFO cases of all. Travis was part of a logging crew on November 5, 197, in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest. The abduction site is in the east central Arizona mountains and is accessed only by old logging roads. After calling it a day, and with the sun going down, the crew of seven got in the truck to head home.
As they traveled down the road, a UFO was spotted hovering off to the side. Travis got out, approached it, and was hit by a beam. The crew panicked and drove off, but quickly returned to find Travis missing. He was gone five days.
Now, a scientific analysis of the terrain where the incident occurred has produced surprising results.
An image of the Exchangeable cations
Curiously, it is one of the most famous cases of alien abductions, and in addition, it’s one of few cases of alien abductions with corroborative eyewitnesses that could not be denied. Walton could not be found but reappeared after five days of intensive searches.
According to the story, the night Walton was abducted, six crew members including Walton (Mike Rogers, Ken Peterson, John Goulette, Steve Pierce, Allen Dallis and Dwayne Smith) were driving back to their homes after an arduous day of work.
On the way, they encountered an intense luminosity that they believed was a fire, but as they approached they saw that it was a saucer-shaped object floating off the ground some 30 meters. What followed became one of the most important and interesting UFO cases in the history of our planet.
The results obtained shed some light on the event and prove that something strange definitely happened that night of 1975.
Signed by the chemist Phyllis A. Budinger, the report provides details on the composition of the soil where the UFO was located according to Walton.
As noted by the report, “though the event happened 40 years ago, soil samples were collected from the site, along with nearby control samples. It should be noted that besides 40 years of weathering, a massive forest fire occurred in 2002 which devastated the area. Still, it was hoped that if a permanent change was made to the soil due to the UFO’s proximity, it would be detected.”
Several soil samples were taken from the site where Walton was abducted, as well as other control samples taken from the surrounding area. According to the scientists, the differences between the two samples were not many, although, to their surprise, they found two interesting anomalies that caught their attention.
Even though the report indicates that there may be a natural explanation for cationic activity, such as clay deposits that generate chemical changes, the large amount of iron is definitely out of the norm wrote experts.
According to the scientific study: “It is revealed that iron-containing particulates amounts are higher in the site soils compared to the control soils. Furthermore, there is indication that the levels tend to be higher in the surface soils compared to the sub-surface soils of the site samples. This laboratory speculates that the hovering craft propulsion system has a powerful electromagnetic effect thereby drawing (and concentrating) these iron particulates toward the surface. This has been observed in the analysis of soils from other sites where UFOs landed or hovered close to the ground.1 It was more specifically noted that sample 2 contains fewer particlulates compared to the other site samples, but slightly more than the controls. Soil 2 is approximately where Travis landed after the beam hit him. Perhaps this suggests that the UFO was not influencing the metal content as much at this location.”