So as some of you might know by now there is a posting online of someone trying to debunk the Travis Walton story.
Well as some of you might know Travis has been on my show "Tha Jackals Head" and I've spoken to him a couple of times, and we have mutual friends, and such.
But this thing has spread, and people are talking about it so I figured I would go on record here on my blog, and speak on this.
The original post was from a site called IMDB it was back in 2007 when someone named "clearmind212003" posted in the "Fire in the Sky" link about how the Travis Walton case was a hoax.
Read through the entire thread and if you know about this case, and do even a little bit of homework the lies which are told will pop right out at you!!! I will point some out in this post myself.
Now like I said I know Travis, and have interviewed him myself, and I will say again that I believe him 100% and im a skeptic, and when I speak to Travis I can get a feel for the man I'm speaking to, and he's a genuine, and down to earth person, and he does not seem to me like someone who would lie, and make up a story, and that's from knowing him, and speaking to him off air, and on air.
If you believe this bullshit IMDB post then your a total moron, and that's clear because the guy lies flat out.
For one he claims that
Walton will tell you in his book [The Walton Experience] that he passed a lie director test twice and so did all of his co-workers, what he doesn't say in there are the questions that were asked to him and his co-workers, my uncle saw the questions that were being asked, like did you see lights in the sky, did a light come upon you, did a light follow you in the truck, those are the questions that were asked to Travis Walton and his co-workers so he wasn't lying about what he was saying, something else Travis Walton does not tell you in his book is how Dallas was sent to jail 1 month after the apperent abduction for three years for failing a drug test and selling drugs
First lets start with Dallas... If you know or speak to Travis he makes no bones about Dallas having a rocky past, and life but what you think the Aliens are going to NOT take Travis because "Dallas" might have been doing or selling drugs! That's a total joke of a statement, and if Dallas went to jail that's his personal life it has zero to do with anything else.
He, and Travis were not friends they were co workers, and they just happened to all share this amazing experience... That's all!! So again what happens to Dallas a month or year or decade AFTER the event is not important, and stupid to bring up.
Now as for the lie detector tests... Well that was just a pure fabrication by this guy! Here are the questions which were asked of Travis Walton when he took the test.
On February 4, 1993, a polygraph examination was administered to Mr. Travis Walton. The purpose of this examination was to determine whether or not Mr. Walton was being truthful in his statement about seeing a UFO and being abducted by the UFO plus other facts surrounding the abduction.
During the pretest interview, Mr. Walton said he had worked for Mike Rogers intermittently for about six years on a seasonal basis. He never socialized with any of the crew.
On November 5, 1975, they had worked a little later than usual trying to meet the contract commitment. By the time they were driving back to town, the sun had gone down but there was some light, like twilight.
As they were driving, he could see a glimmer of light in the trees ahead. At first he thought it may be a downed airplane. The light was unusual. As they neared a clearing he saw the object he called a UFO. This object will be referred to as a UFO throughout this report.
As the truck came to a stop, Mr. Walton got out. Believing it may take off, he walked briskly towards the UFO but slowed his pace before reaching it. He described it as being round and hovering about 20 feet above the ground. He did not go underneath it but stood there looking up at it. He said the UFO started to wobble slightly and make a noise. Mr. Walton said the noise was like a low rumble that developed into a higher pitch that seemed to increase in frequency. At this point he became afraid and decided to go back to the truck. He recalls being hit with an electrifying type of shock that stunned him, leaving him unconscious.
He recalls he slowly regained consciousness. He found himself in a small room that was damp or humid. He had pain throughout his body but mostly in his chest and head. He then saw three creatures he described as being about four feet tall with large, dark eyes. He was lying on some type of table. As these creatures approached him he got off the table. There was some type of shelf near the wal1 where he found a straight pipelike object lying on it. He describes it as being round like a piece of pipe but lightweight. He cannot recall if it was solid or hollow. He picked it up and started to lash out at the creatures to keep them at bay. The creatures left the room by an open doorway, turning right.
Mr. Walton walked to that doorway, looked down a hall and he went left. He walked into another room, trying to find an exit from this enclosure. He did not know if he was in a spaceship or a building. A humanlike creature came into the room, took him by the arm, leading him to another very large room where several more humanlike creatures were. By this time most of the pain was gone. He was forced down on a table and had a mask, similar to an oxygen mask, put on his face. He does not remember anything else until he awoke next to the road, just outside Heber. As he regained consciousness, he looked up, seeing the UFO or one similar to the original one, hovering overhead. As he looked up at it, the UFO sped off into the sky.
Mr. Walton said his story is true. He said accusations made about him are lies. He had not been on any drugs of any kind. He was not hiding out somewhere on the Gibson ranch. He urinated in a jar and this sample was given to Dr. Kandell later that same day. Mr. Walton denies he conspired with Mr. Rogers to perpetrate a hoax to help him get out of the Turkey Springs contract with the Forestry Service.
Two series of questions were asked to cover all the areas we believe were important.
The relevant questions asked and the answers given are as follows:
On November 5, 1975, in the forest area called Turkey Springs, did you see a large glowing object hovering in the air?
While you were standing near that UFOlike object, did you believe you were struck by an energy source emitted from that large object?
After regaining consciousness in a small, humid room, did you see nonhuman creatures with large dark eyes?
Did you conspire with your brother Duane or anyone else or act alone to stage a hoax about your UFO abduction?
Between November 1 and 11, 1975, did you use any drugs, either legal or illegal?
Between November 5 and 10, 1975, were you hiding anywhere on the Gibson ranch?
Was the urine sample given to Dr. Kandell on November 11, 1975, your first voided specimen following your UFO experience?
Was this UFO incident a conspiracy to help Mike Rogers get out of his Turkey Springs contract?
Mr. Walton's physiological responses were monitored during the presentation of these questions by means of a Scientific Assessment Technology's Computer, Model CAPS 700. The following responses were recorded on this instrument's strip chart: relative blood pressure; skin conductance; thoracic and abdominal respiration. Data from three presentations of these questions were respiration. Data obtained for each series, and were subject to numerical scoring and computerbased analysis.
The numerical score of Series #1 was +34. The numerical score of Series #2 was +26. In the system of numerical scoring developed and validated at the University of Utah, total numerical scoring of +6 or more is considered indications of truthfulness.
The computerbased analysis returned a posterior probability of truthfulness of .964 in the first series, and a .961 in the second series. These indicating that charts like these produced in each series, by Mr. Walton, are produced by truthful examinees 96% of the time.
Based on the numerical score of the polygraph charts and the computer based analysis, it is the opinion of this examiner that Mr. Walton was being truthful when he answered these relevant questions.
And just so you know that Cy Gilson was a skeptical person at the time, and came away a believer of this case.
So this alone proves that the person who wrote that crap has an agenda out against Travis, and is lying to try to hurt the credibility of this good man.
Travis Walton is a father, and a husband, and an honest person... I believe Travis 100%, and I know that whoever is behind this post is full of b.s.
Don't believe everything you read on the internet boys, and girls because a-holes, and evil people are on it doing the things they do to advance their agenda, and obviously if there is some sort of agenda to make ufology a joke you need to target the big cases, and make them look bad, and that's whats going on here.
Travis Walton's case is by far the most important, and most authentic ufo abduction case EVER that has been reported, and the man has not changed his story in 3 almost 4 decades, and also if he was some sort of drug addict or junkie you really think he would pass a lie detector test?
I mean seriously that shit doesn't even float guys...
I call bullshit to this whole debunking post on IMDB, and I will say that I stick behind this case, and Travis Walton sir you have my full support.
- Tha JackaL