"The UFO Incident" (Video)
The UFO Incident (1975) is a TV movie based on the true-life story of Betty and Barney Hill, the biracial married couple whose alleged abduction by extraterrestrials made headlines. The film is careful not to present the Hills’ reminiscences as cold facts; both "remember" the ordeal only when probed under hypnosis by doctor Barnard Hughes. The alien abduction is presented in flashback form, adhering strictly to the Hills’ description of the space vessel and crew. Essentially a dual monologue, The UFO Incident is kept alive by the virtuoso performances of stars James Earl Jones and Estelle Parsons.
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The Alien Abduction of Betty and Barney Hill
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Although the abduction by aliens of Betty and Barney hill took place on September 19, 1961 it would not be until 1966 that the case would reach the publics knowledge. And when it did, through a movie and a book, it set the tone for thousands of subsequent “abductions” with themes of medical experimentation, missing time and recollection through the use of hypnosis.
The Hill story probably would have never occurred except for a report of a severe hurricane approaching up the eastern coast of the United States. In 1961, Barney Hill was 39, worked as a mail sorter and commuted 120 miles each day from Portsmouth, New Hampshire to Boston, Massachusetts. Betty, who was 41, was a social worker. Both were very active in their church and civil rights movement. Given the mind set of the general public at the time, both were under heavy pressure for their interracial marriage, so they decided to visit Montreal, Canada for a short holiday. Upon hearing the weather report of the looming hurricane, they decided to cut their vacation short, and return home to Portsmouth.
Driving south on U.S. Highway 3 shortly after 10:00 P.M. on September 19th, they both noticed a star which suddenly appeared and seemed to be following them, growing brighter as it did so. Barney was at first skeptical, rationalizing the light as a satellite or an airplane. But when the light stayed with the traveling pair, Betty grabbed a pair of binoculars to view the object. She claimed that she could see a double row of windows on the craft. With the object hovering about 50 feet away, Barney stopped the car, south of Indian Head, and had a look for himself. He described the craft as a large, glowing pancake. Looking closer, Barney thought the ship must have been some type of secret military craft, and commented “How interesting, there is the military pilot, and he is looking at me!” He saw there were others looking at him through other windows, and became terrified that they might try to kill him and his wife for seeing what he considered a top secret military aircraft. Barney and Betty both got back in the car and raced like a bat out of hell to get away from the thing. As they drove they heard a strange beeping noise coming from the trunk, which seemed to make them feel drowsy. After the beeping started a second time, they became fully alert and found themselves a few miles south of where they had seen the object. Unable to recall exactly what they had experienced. the two continued home feeling a bit befuddled.
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Expecting to be home by before 3:00 A.M. the Hills were shocked to find that it was 5:30 A.M. when they arrived. Betty called her sister the next day, who heightened Betty’s fear by suggesting some type of radiation may have been involved. Wrongly suggesting that a compass could detect radiation, Betty went to the car and discovered ” a dozen or more shiny circles scattered on the surface of the trunk, each perfecty circular and about the size of a silver dollar.” The compass did not move when placed on other areas of the car, but began to spin wildly when placed on one of the shiny spots. Convinced that something odd had indeed happened to them, the Hills filed a report of the UFO with Pease Air Force Base in Portsmouth, just 36 hours after the incident. In recent years the Hills story gained some more substantiation when it was learned that, according to Report No. 100 – 1 – 61 of the SAC 100th Bomb Wing, Pease radar had registered an “unknown” at exactly the same time the Hills had their run in with the UFO.
In October 1961, the Hills met with a member of the UFO investigative group called NICAP. His name was Walter Webb, chief lecturer for the Boston Museum of Sciences’s Charles Hayden Planetarium. Webb, though highly skeptical, stated “I was impressed that the Hills underplayed the dramatic aspects of the case. They were not trying to sensationalize. They did not seek publicity.” It was through Webb that the Hills realized that they had lost more than two hours during their trip. Something more than just a UFO encounter must have occurred to explain the “missing time”. Soon after the encounter, both Hills began experiencing physical and psychological effects from the experience. Betty had nightmares in which she found herself being taken aboard the UFO and examined by small, humanoid beings. Barney began to suffer from high blood pressure, ulcers, exhaustion, and a strange circle of warts around his groin area. Both underwent extensive medical examinations by specialists in 1962 and eventually were referred to Dr. Benjamin Simon, a respected psychiatrist and neurologist with an extensive background in hypnosis therapy.
Dr. Simon began a six month series of hypnosis therapy at the Hills own expense, beginning in late 1963. Both Betty and Barney told virtually identicle stories while under hypnosis. They were now able to recall that their car stalled and was soon surrounded by a band of little “humanoid looking men” dressed in tight fitting black uniforms and that they were taken aboard the craft. Barney was terrified, saying he felt like a “rabbit before a predator”. He described the ships leader as looking like a “German Nazi” wearing a shiny black jacket, scarf and cap. Betty said a long needle was inserted into her stomach as part of a “pregnancy test” while Barney said a circular device was painfully attached to his groin. Following Betty’s examination she was given a brief tour of the craft, and when she asked where the aliens were from she was shown a star map. After being told that they would not be able to remember their abduction, the pair were released back to their car, and the UFO, appearing like a huge, bright orange ball, flew away.
Even though the Hills encounter was circulated among their friends and a couple of UFO publications, the story was generally unknown to the public until 1966, when Look magazine published a two part excerpt of a book by John G. Fuller entitled The Interupted Journey. Fullers book soon became a national best seller, and the story became even more popular when, in 1975 NBC-TV made a move called The UFO Incident, starring James Earl Jones as Barney Hill and Estelle Parsons as Betty. Barney Hill died of a cerebral hemorrage in 1969, while Betty went on and became a celebrity in the UFO community. Some saw the Hill story as a confirmation of alien visitation, while the vast majority of the public was content to just be entertained by this new form of science fiction. Reverand John D. Swanson of Christ church in Portsmouth wrote “First let it be said that I do not and can not doubt the veracity of the Hill’s account, and I believe in the factual reality of their experience. Anyone who has spoken with them, has heard the recordings while they were hypnotized, and has examined the evidence, cannot doubt that what they described did in actuality happen.” While for certain there are those who have doubts about the Hills story, from accusing them of outright fabrication to recalling dreams while under hypnosis, there is no denying certain facts about the case.
Pease Air Force Base did pick up an unidentified flying object at the exact time and location that the Hills claimed. There was also the circular, magnetically charged marks on the trunk of the car. Also, while the Hills were hypnotized seperately, their stories remained consistent down to the smallest of details. Bettys description of a needle being inserted into her belly was unheard of at that time, but is now commonly used in to remove a womans eggs for in-vitro fertilization.
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