Well-written article about the Reed family’s abduction experiences
Metro Pulse—a local Knoxville newspaper—published in February a rather well-balanced article on the Reed family’s abduction experiences. It’s well worth a read if you’re into the abduction phenomenon.
Thomas Reed understands that the story he has to tell exists in a realm far beyond the pale of credulity.
“I know that this is hard to stomach,” says Reed, a stocky, bespectacled 51-year-old West Knoxville resident, sitting in the kitchen of his comfortable suburban home off Northshore Drive. “Hell, it’s hard for me to stomach.”
But he doesn’t expect anyone to accept his seemingly chimerical narratives on first blush, nor even take them, upon further deliberation, as holy writ. He simply asks that people look at the evidence—multiple eyewitness accounts, polygraph tests, readings from Geiger counters and electromagnetic equipment and spinning compasses—and scrutinize it with clear eyes and an open mind.
Read the whole article here.
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