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Sunday, February 15, 2015

You're Not Going to Believe This, But...

Possibly the strangest UFO/Alien story out there-- the case of Budd Hopkins and "Linda Cortile".

I read the book on this, "Witnessed: the True Story of the Brooklyn Bridge UFO Abductions" and assuming everything he wrote in there is true, it is an amazing and well-documented story. The guy who wrote the column above dissecting the case says he's seen the documents. If the documents are real, then it's hard to see how this story was a hoax.

From Wikipedia:
The Cortile case, later published as Hopkins' book Witnessed: the True Story of the Brooklyn Bridge UFO Abductions, focused on a Manhattan housewife allegedly drawn out of her 12th story window in Lower Manhattan and lifted up into a UFO that turned on all its lights at 3:00 am, November 30, 1989.[62][64] Although the details of the story were convoluted, involving alleged alien abduction, government cover-up, kidnapping and attempted murder by secret agents,[63] and more,[34][65] Hopkins believed the case supported "both the objective reality of UFO abductions and the accuracy of regressive hypnosis."[17]

Hopkins died in 2011. A video of Cortile can be seen on Youtube here, in a video by Hopkins' wife, who apparently is skeptical about the abduction research.

Here's a whole website devoted to defending the Cortile case, and has a rebuttal to Hopkin's wife and lots of other stuff.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Never happened. the two "cops" have never been identified.

5:41 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

letters from the two exist... and one of them was "disappeared".

9:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The fact that a handwriting expert determined that the mysterious woman on the Brooklyn Bridge: "Janet Kimball" has the same handwriting as Linda "Cortile" basically destroyed any credibility this case had for me.

3:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger Rubin is not a forensic document examiner. He's a graphologist, which is a pseudoscience. He was never qualified to attempt to perform a forensic document examination. His alleged findings are, in his own words, opinions, not facts.

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger Rubin, Rainey's alleged Forensic Document Examiner, is not a Forensic Document Examiner, he is a Graphologist. Graphology is a pseudoscience. Rubin was never qualified to perform a Forensic Document Examination. His alleged findings are not facts, they are opinions. Rubin himself admitted this.

7:43 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

Who is Roger Rubin? The guy who analyzed the letters mentioned above?

1:14 PM  

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