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Two women discuss their UFO abductions
Date: 22-Sep-86 23:56 MST
MENASHA, Wis. (AP) -- Aliens from other planets have spirited two
Menasha women off to space at least seven times each in the past 11
years, according to the pair, who insist "We're not kooks." Judie
Woolcott and Bonnie Meyer head a loosely knit group called
the Fox Valley UFO Discussion & Support Group, which meets Sunday nights.
The two say they realized only in the last year with the help of
hypnotherapy that they had been abducted by space beings. A Milwaukee
hypnotherapist conducts their sessions.
"We didn't know we were abducted," Ms. Woolcott said. "A lot of people
are abducted and they don't know it," Ms.
Meyer added. "Your mind blocks it out." The two say they were abducted
together six times and once each
separtely. Ms. Woolcott declined to give details of her abduction. But
Ms. Meyer said she remembers being taken while her family
slept. She said she called for help, but the aliens put her family in
suspended animation and they couldn't respond.
Ms. Woolcott said she first became interested in unidentified flying
objects when she photographed a streak of light she called a UFO several
years ago. The reaction of her long-time friend, Ms. Meyer, was to
consider hospitalizing Ms. Woolcott, the two said.
The two also described a joint abduction and say they spent time on
another planet that took 93 minutes to reach on an alien craft.
The two say they were taken after a UFO meeting in Appleton when their
two families were camping in New London. The night they were abducted,
they left Appleton at 10:30 p.m., but didn't get to the campsite until 1:30
They have since timed the drive from Appleton to the campsite at 32
minutes, but couldn't account for the missing time until they were
"I said, `Oh my God,' we really were aboard a spacecraft," Ms. Woolcott
said. "It's one thing to say it, but it's another to find out that it's
The women say space beings don't look like human beings. Ms. Meyer also
noted that during one of her abductions, space creatures put microscopic
implants behind her ears. The devices force feed information into her
brain, she said.
"I'm not supposed to understand yet," she said. "We are being taught to
help the people of Earth."
Both women say they're used to people not believing them. "We've gotten
so used to being called kooks and crazy that we don't pay any attention
to it anymore," Ms. Meyer said.
But, "We're not kooks," Ms. Woolcott said. <<>>
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