Budd Hopkins

Budd Hopkins (June 15, 1931 – August 21, 2011 Manhattan) was an American painter, sculptor, and prominent figure in abduction phenomenon, and related UFO research.

Read more about Budd Hopkins:  Life, Interest in UFOs, Alien Abduction, Criticism

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Budd Hopkins - Criticism
... Controversy was a persistent feature of Hopkins' career in alien abduction and UFO studies ... While few seemed to doubt Hopkin's motives or sincerity, critics charged that Hopkins was out of his element when he used hypnosis, thereby aiding his ... However, Hopkins insisted such criticism is specious ...
Alien Abduction - History - Later Developments
... Budd Hopkins—a painter, sculptor and raconteur by profession—had been interested in UFOs for some years ... Hopkins soon became a figurehead of the growing abductee subculture ... Works by Budd Hopkins, Whitley Strieber, David M ...
History Of Alien Abduction Claims - Later Developments
... Budd Hopkins—a painter and sculptor by profession—had been interested in UFOs for some years ... Hopkins soon became a figurehead of the growing abductee subculture ... Works by Budd Hopkins, Whitley Strieber, David M ...

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