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Alien Abduction Entities
... Alien abduction entities are the beings alleged to secretly abduct and subject experiencers to a forced medical examination which often emphasizes their reproductive system ... The first alien abduction claim to be widely publicized was the Betty and Barney Hill abduction in 1961, which featured diminutive, large-eyed beings who wore military-style uniforms ...
Lebanon Hostage Crisis - Timeline - 1984
1984 February 11 - Abduction Frank Regier, engineering professor at the AUB (American) and Christian Joubert (French) Suggested motivation 25 arrested in. 1984 March (late) - Abduction Jeremy Levin, Bureau chief of Cable News Network (American), and William Buckley "diplomat" actually Station chief, Central Intelligence Agency (American). 1984 May - Abduction Presbyterian minister Benjamin Weir (American) ...
Abduction - Media - Music and Literature
... Abduction, a music label run by Sun City Girls members Abducted (album), an album by death metal band Hypocrisy Abduction (novel), a 2000 novel by novelist Robin Cook Abduction!, a ...
Alien Abduction Entities - Plausibility and Veracity - Geography and Culture As Influences On Abductor Descriptions
... have argued that there is a core narrative consistent across abduction claims, there is little doubt that variation occurs in the details of reports ... drastic divergence between the home countries of different abduction claimants ... observes "In North America large-headed gray aliens predominate, while in Britain abduction aliens are usually tall, blond, and Nordic, and South America tends toward more bizarre ...
Amanda Lindhout - Abduction
... On September 17, Al Jazeera featured footage of Lindhout and Brennan in captivity surrounded by gunmen ... On October 13, 2008, the kidnappers demanded a ransom of US$2.5 million by October 28 ...

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    Some men have sighed over the abduction of their wives, but many more have sighed because no one wanted to abduct theirs.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)