Alien Abduction Day

(Also known as Extraterrestrial Abductions Day)

Alien Abduction Day is observed next on Monday, March 20th, 2023 (170 days from today).

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Alien Abduction Day or Extraterrestrial Abductions Day is celebrated on March 20 every year. On this day, the sky is carefully watched by people who are expecting or expecting to be abducted by an alien life form.

History of Alien Abduction Day

Alien Abduction Day is an occasion for those who believe they have been abducted by aliens and for those who wish or expect to be abducted by aliens. It is also for all those interested in stories of alien abductions. March 20, 2008 was the first Alien Abduction Day and it was held by Happy Worker, a custom toy manufacturer in Toronto, Canada, in order to celebrate all extraterrestrial things and sci-fi ideas, for alien fanatics and creative types. It is not clear when Alien Abduction Day begins. It may have started with this event, but Happy Worker says it existed before that. They gave a hilarious response to the creation of the holiday, saying, "Despite extensive research, we don't know who created this day or for what specific purpose. But we think it's a special day chosen by our alien themselves. Every March 20th they swoop down and pick out the lucky ones from around the world for a personal tour of their spacecraft, along with the unique opportunity to participate in various exciting experimental procedures." Regardless of who created the date and when, it seems to have at least been popularized after the Alien Abduction Festival.

Those who believe they have been abducted by aliens believe they have real memories where they were taken against their will by non-human beings. Many people who claim to have been abducted give reasons for having undergone physical, medical or psychological coercion. Stories of alien abductions have been largely dismissed because the narratives are subjective and lack objective material evidence. Accounts are often said to appear because of deception, suggestibility, sleep paralysis or psychological problems. However, most people who claim to have been abducted by aliens have not been found to be any different from the general population when it comes to mental stability - some experts have argued that mental health. The god of those who claimed to be kidnapped was no different from an ordinary person.

Reports of alien abductions take place around the world, but are more common in English-speaking countries, particularly in the United States. Stories of encounters with aliens date back to the late nineteenth century, but it was not until the 1950s that more stories began to emerge. Antonio Vilas Boas' account is an example from that time. The first major alien abduction account, and still one of the most famous, was by Betty and Barney Hill. They testified that they were abducted in September 1961 in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, while driving back from Montreal. They claimed for the first time they saw a flash of light in the sky, and then a large spaceship with two "two-legged humanoid creatures" inside it. They say they tried to continue driving, but were suddenly sent back to where they had first seen the aliens, but two hours had passed and there was no recollection of what had happened.

Hills has hypnotherapy so they can remember what happened. In 1965, their account was published in Boston Traveler, helping to attract national attention. A book on their account, An Interrupted Journey, was published the following year. In 1975, a television movie starring James Earl Jones and Estelle Parsons, The UFO Incident, was released. Barney died in 1969, but Betty went on to become an ufologist and lived until 2004.

Various accounts of other alien abductions followed by Hills. A popular example from the 1970s is that of Travis Walton. His story was later made into the movie Fire in the Sky. Not only are there many stories of human abductions, but there are also many stories of animal abductions. These stories have been prompted by finding mutilated animals, such as cattle and sheep, where their blood has been drained or their organs lost. There have been a number of scientists and writers who have investigated alien abductions in the decades following the Hill incident, such as John E. Mack and David M. Jacobs. Their work has brought some credibility to a subject that is often cast aside.

Some believe that the alien abductions are real, while many believe they are purely a bunk bed. But on Alien Abduction Day, we all celebrate their mysteries. We explore the stories others have told and share any experiences we may have had. Above all else, we looked up at the sky, knowing that today was the perfect day to be kidnapped.

Celebrating Alien Abduction Day

Do you have any ideas for this day with your friends who have the same interest with you? Let refer some below ways together:

  • Read and learn about UFO sightings at the National UFO Reporting Center website. You can even use the website to report any UFOs you've seen.
  • Read and share the stories relating alien abduction through the Alien Abduction Experience and Research website.
  • There are many books about aliens and alien abductions that you can read, such as Budd Hopkins's Lost Time; The Walton Experience, a documentary by Travis Walton about his kidnapping; Abducted: How people come to believe they have been abducted by aliens by Susan Clancy; novels by Whitley Strieber; books by John E. Mack or David M Jacobs; or The Interrupt Journey by John G. Fuller, about the meeting of Hill.
  • Watch a movie about alien abductions, such as Close Encounters of the Third Kind, Fire in the Sky, or The UFO Incident, about the hills.
  • Visit the site where Betty and Barney Hill believe they were abducted by aliens in 1961.
  • See papers by Betty and Barney Hill at the University of New Hampshire.
  • Visit the International UFO Research Center and Museum in Roswell, New Mexico.
  • Listen to "Aliens Exist", a song by Flash-182 and read about its plot.

Observed

Alien Abduction Day has been observed annually on March 20th.

Dates

Saturday, March 20th, 2021

Sunday, March 20th, 2022

Monday, March 20th, 2023

Wednesday, March 20th, 2024

Thursday, March 20th, 2025

Also on Monday, March 20th, 2023

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