Saturday, January 6, 2018


THE STANFORD ABDUCTION TERROR - Stanford, Kentucky - On the late evening of January 6, 1976, three friends - Mona Stafford, Louise Smith, and Elaine Thomas were traveling west on Highway 78 (Hustonville Road) to their nearby home of Liberty Kentucky. They had been dining in town to celebrate Mona’s 36th birthday. Just after exiting the town’s outskirts, and passing the Stanford Drive-In Theater, the women claimed to have observed a large brilliant UFO with red and yellow lights, moving in the skies above their car. Within minutes the strange craft “took control” of their vehicle with a bright "beam,” pulling it off of the road and into a dark farm pasture. They then found themselves inexplicably nearing their destination, with the UFO nowhere to be seen. Missing time, physical effects, and a subsequent hypnotic regression conducted by famed researcher Dr. R. Leo Sprinkle, revealed a horrific shared abduction experience during the missing hour along Highway 78. The trio described an event in which they were literally tortured.This case was investigated in a cooperative effort by all of the major Investigative UFO Organizations of the time (CUFOS APRO MUFON and the National Enquirer Blue Ribbon Panel). While it had limited media exposure at the time the “Stanford Abduction” is considered to be a top Close Encounter of the Third Kind case that endures as a true Unsolved Mystery in the UFO Lore. Graphic by Michael Huntington January, 2018.

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