Our special guest this evening on Amerika Now is Travis Walton. Travis is the author of the best-selling book, Fire in the Sky, and is also the subject of the hit movie by Paramount Pictures by the same title (Fire in the Sky).
On November 5, 1975, a group of loggers in the mountains of northeastern Arizona observed a strange, unusually bright light in the sky. One of those men, Travis Walton, recklessly left the safety of their truck to take a closer look. Suddenly, as he walked toward the light, Travis was blasted back by a bolt of mysterious energy.
His companions fled in fear. When they reported an encounter with a UFO–something they would have considered impossible if they had not witnessed it themselves–the men were suspected of murder. For five days authorities mounted a massive manhunt in search of Walton, or his body. Then Travis reappeared, disoriented and initially unable to tell the whole story of his terrifying encounter.
Travis Walton’s experience of alien abduction is one of the best-documented accounts ever recorded. It is the story of his harrowing ordeal at the hands of silent captors and his return to a disbelieving world of hostile interrogators, exploitative press, and self-styled “debunkers.” Travis will speak about his struggle to get a fair hearing, and how he confronted his detractors with a stinging rebuttal in his book.
Listen to the real story behind the hit movie, as we welcome Travis Walton to the show.
“It was many years ago that I got out of a crew truck in the national forest and ran toward a large glowing object hovering in the darkening Arizona sky. But when I made that fateful choice to leave the truck, I was leaving behind more than just my six fellow workmen. I was leaving behind forever all semblance of a normal life, running headlong toward an experience so overwhelmingly mind-rending in its effects, so devastating in its aftermath, that my life would never–could never–be the same again.” -Travis Walton
Please call 1-800-259-5791 to speak with Travis during the interview.
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