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> Betty Hill Passes Away At Age 85, Famous Abduction Case


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Posted: Oct 17 2004, 09:44 PM
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Betty Hill Passes Away At Age 85
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Betty Hill, the Grandmother of UFOlogy, passed away this morning, October 17, 2004, at the age of 85. Betty struggled with cancer for the past year. I would like to thank everyone who send cards and letters to Betty. She will be missed by many.

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Betty and Barney Hill Abduction

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The famous case of Betty and Barney Hill was a first for the UFO phenomenon for many reasons. Although it wasn't the first reported abduction, it was the first to be formally investigated and also marked the entrance of hypnosis into UFOlogy. It wasn't however the first mysterious happening in New Hampshire. In the south there is Mystery Hill near North Salem, commonly referred to as 'America's Stonehenge', to the east is Ossipee Lake, a sacred Indian site and the location of a mass grave which contained a staggering ten thousands bodies arranged in concentric circles. UFOs have also been reported in Exeter and interestingly USOs (Unidentified Submersible Objects) have been seen plunging into the 'bottomless' volcanic lakes that surround the area.


The hills were a then unusual mixed race couple, Betty being a white social worker and Barney a black postal employee, both living in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. In September 1961, they had both managed to get vacation from their jobs in order to take a trip to Canada, visiting Niagara Falls and Montreal. With them, they took their dachshund, Delsey who stayed with them in their accommodation.


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They were on their return journey back home on the night of September 19, travelling down Highway 3 through the mountains near Lancaster. Just after 10 o'clock, Barney noticed a light in the sky just below the moon and alerted his wife to it. Their first thought was that it was a planet, but the fact that it was moving changed their minds. Barney's feelings of agitation, that would stay with him, now started, he denied any theories about UFOs brought up by Betty, who's sister Janet had seen a UFO, and tried to convince himself that they were watching a plane of a satellite.

They stopped the car for the dog and Barney also got out of the car to get his .22 pistol from the trunk and look at the object through his binoculars. They continued on towards North Woodstock and they became worried that the light was following them because there was no other traffic on the road. It was now clear that the object was not anything conventional because it was performing a strange manoeuvre of travelling quickly west and then coming back east, getting closer to the Hills' automobile and growing in size.

They stopped again at Indian Head, the object was much closer now, at around 100 feet away, and through the binoculars Barney could see multiple rows of windows and multi-coloured lights on the huge disk shaped object. He could see a number of figures through the windows and he picked out one that he though seemed to be the leader. Barney is reported to have been muttering 'I don't believe it, I don't believe it, this is ridiculous!' at what he was observing. As the craft moved closer Barney panicked and exclaimed 'They are going to capture us!' before running back to Betty and the car and speeding away from the area.

They lost sight of the object, there were trees around them but they were sure it was directly overhead. They heard a beeping noise, coming from behind them and felt a tingling feeling before becoming very drowsy. The next thing they remembered was being thirty-five miles south of Indian Head in Ashland, 2 hours later. It was at most a 30-minute drive from Indian Head to Ashland but somehow, it had taken the Hills 90 minutes longer than this and they had no knowledge of what happened.

The next day, after an unusually long sleep, Betty called Janet to talk about her experience. Janet urged Betty to report her sighting to nearby Pease AFB. Barney still didn't share his wife's enthusiasm for UFOs and protested at the idea but Betty went ahead and spoke to Major Paul W. Henderson of the 100th Bomb Wing, Barney also reluctantly gave his side of the story over to the air force. The radar at the base corroborated the Hills' experience but for unknown reasons Report No. 100-1-61 just reads: 'a strange incident occurred at 0214 local on 20 Sept. No important was attached to the incident at the time. Barney noticed unexplained blotches on the paintwork of his car and marks on his shoes along with a stiff neck.

Very interestingly, the 509th Bomb Wing, although uninvolved in the Hill's case were then stationed at Pease AFB in 1961. In 1947, when the famous 'Roswell Incident' took place the home of the 509th was Roswell AAFB.

After the event, Betty's obsession with UFOs grew as Barney just tried to forget about the whole thing. Betty read a copy of Major Donald Kehoe's 'The Flying Saucer Conspiracy', which she found in her local library. You may know Major Kehoe from his involvement in NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomenon). After writing a letter to Kehoe, Betty suffered from a series of horrible nightmares, seemingly about her experience. A friend told her to write down the dreams so she could remember them later, Betty wrote of her and Barney being stopped at a roadblock before being led into a disk-shaped craft to be examined.

Her letter eventually ended up in the hands of Hayden Planetarium, Boston lecturer Walter Webb who was a science advisor for NICAP. He made the journey up to New Hampshire and after a long interview wrote an in depth report about the Hills, seemingly convinced they were genuine.

Robert Hohman and C. D. Jackson both knew Kehoe and had read what Webb had written about the Hills. One of these men was responsible for noticing the missing time, he calculated the distance and even allowed time for a stop but still concluded that the Hills were two hours late. This interview, thanks to the presence Major James MacDonald, a friend of the Hills, led to the suggestion of hypnosis to further the research.

After Barney saw two doctors about his continuing stress, the second, psychiatrist Dr. Stephens of Exeter, having learnt about the Hills' experience also recommended hypnosis and referred Barney to the reputable Dr. Benjamin Simon in Boston. Dr. Simon believed that the Hills were suffering from anxiety syndrome stemming from their sighting and after six months of sessions a story remarkably similar to Betty's dreams began to emerge from both of the Hills, even though they were never present at each others appointments. There were extra details about medical examinations including hair and skin samples being taken from Betty and her being shown a map of the stars showing the home of the aliens, Zeta Reticuli, relative to our own Sun. The media took an interest in the hills story and John G. Fuller wrote 'The Interrupted Journey', Look Magazine had a large feature and there was the made-for-TV movie, 'The UFO Incident' with Estelle Parsons and James Earl Jones.


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Barney's hypnosis lead to a detailed description of the aliens, they had large black eyes, stood about five feet tall and had grey skin. They had abnormally small noses and mouths but abnormally large chests and used telepathy to communicate. Barney Hill passed away due to cerebral haemorrhage on February 25, 1969 at the age of 46.

The map of the stars, which Betty managed to diagram under hypnotic suggestion, was studied in 1974 by an Ohio schoolteacher who was also an amateur astronomer named Marjorie Fish. Ms. Fish spent five years looking for a match to the stars Betty Hill described. The match she found was subsequently challenged by astrophysicist Carl Sagan, he used a sophisticated computer program to compare the star systems and found only a vague connection.

Martin S. Kottmeyer, a skeptic, related the Hills' story to the 1953 movie, 'Invaders from Mars' and other science fiction, including an episode of 'Outer Limits' shown less than two weeks before one of Barney's hypnosis appointments. Investigator Karl Pflock argues that the Hills were not science fiction fans and had not seen the above so no influence can have come from those sources. Kehoe's literature could also have been an influencing factor but Betty and Barney were unaware of this book when they reported their sighting to the air force.

Dr. Simon, in order to keep his reputation could not admit to believing the Hills, it should have been his job to find a scientific explanation for their illness. He pointed out that people don't always tell the truth under hypnosis, they tell what they think is the truth. He claimed that the Hills suffered amnesia and that Betty's dreams simply filled the missing time in her mind and also sub-consciously affected Barney when she told him about them. What caused the amnesia, however, remains a mystery.

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The method of treatment that Dr. Simon chose for the Hills was regressive hypnosis, which was meant to get to the source of their problem, whatever that may have been. He began the sessions on Barney, and then followed up with the same treatment for Betty. The process was slow, but after six months, it was Dr. Simon's expert opinion that the Hills had been abducted, and taken aboard an unknown flying craft on the night in question. Anyone who is deeply interested in these sessions, can see transcripts of them in an excellent book on the entire Hill story, "The Interrupted Journey," written by award-winning investigative author John G. Fuller. The Hills' story was also included in a two-part article in "Look" magazine, and a movie, "The UFO Incident," a made-for-TV production. The movie was released in 1976, and starred Estelle Parsons as Betty, and James Earl Jones as Barney.

After the many sessions with Dr. Simon, the following details became evident. The Hills related that their car had stalled, and then the alien craft landed on the road in front of their vehicle, forming a kind of roadblock, hailing them down. They were taken into the craft, and given medical examinations by these aliens, and before being released, were ordered under hypnosis not to recount any of the details of their incident. The entities were described by the Hills as "....bald-headed alien beings, about five foot tall, with greyish skin, pear shaped heads and slanting cat-like eyes."-- This was the very first mention in UFO folklore of the so-called "greys." The Hills were taken into separate rooms during their examinations. These "tests" involved both physical and mental procedures.

As part of these tests, skin, hair and nail samples were taken. Betty had a long needle inserted into her navel, and was told it was a pregnancy test. Under duress, Barney related that he had given a semen specimen. Betty stated that she was given a kind of book as a token of her visit, but this item was later taken back. Another odd fact related under hypnosis was that the aliens seemed to have no conception of time, or of colors, whatever this may mean. At one point, the aliens seemed surprised to find that Barney's teeth (dentures) could be removed and replaced. Betty asked one of her abductors where they were from, and in reply, she was shown a star map of sorts, which will be discussed in more detail later. After these events, the Hills were taken back to their car, and the last thing they remembered was an orange glow disappearing into the night sky. It is very important to note that the Hills tried to keep these events out of the press, but unfortunately, an inaccurate version of the events was leaked to the press, after which, the Hills decided to come forward with the true events of the case.




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Posted: Oct 20 2004, 11:16 PM
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Betty Hill of Portsmouth, other half of UFO couple, dies at 85
Monday, October 18, 2004

AP: Woman who gained fame on claim of being abducted by UFO has died
By BRUNO MATARAZZO Jr.
Democrat Staff Writer

PORTSMOUTH — Betty Hill of Portsmouth, who along with her late husband in 1961, had the first publicized and best-documented UFO experience in the White Mountains, died Sunday in her sleep after a battle with lung cancer. She was 85.

On a return trip from Canada, the Hills said they were abducted for two hours by a UFO on Sept. 19, 1961. After going public with their story, the two gained worldwide notoriety.

Their story became the subject of a book and later, a made-for-TV movie starring James Earl Jones and Estelle Parsons.

They traveled across the country and made numerous television and radio appearances telling their story.

When her husband, Barney, died in 1969, Ms. Hill continued the job alone.

In 1995, she published, "A Common Sense Approach to UFOs,"

Ms. Hill’s life was not all about UFOs.

She was a social worker for the state of New Hampshire where she trained foster parents and worked in the area of adoption.

She was also an activist throughout her life where she was a member of the NAACP and a founding member of the Rockingham County Community Action.

In addition to her husband, she was predeceased by her daughter, Rose Marie Stewart Norton of York, Maine.

Ms. Hill is survived by her daughter, Constance Jean Stewart Zukowski of North Little Rock, Ark., a son, Kenneth James Stewart of San Jose, Calif., and a niece, Kathleen Florence Miller Maden of Stratham.

A funeral service will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at Brewitt Funeral Home, 14 Pine St., Exeter. Burial will be private.

Visiting is from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.

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Posted: Oct 20 2004, 11:30 PM
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The strange parts of their abductions were when the "aliens" tugged at her teeth and wondered why they didn't come out like Barneys did.
(he wore dentures)

And the pregnancy test where they stuck a long needle into her belly button which at that time was not a practice yet by our doctors.




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