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Today, almost 60 years after the UFO abduction of Betty and Barney Hill, more and more people are convinced that UFOs are real and their existence is being covered up by the government. If you have doubts or questions about the Hill case or alien experiences in general, Captured! will give you the answers you're searching for. The 1961 abduction of the Hills stirred worldwide interest, primarily because of the book The Interrupted Journey, the subsequent media coverage, and a 1975 TV movie, The UFO Incident. The case is mentioned in almost all UFO abduction books. It also became a target for debunkers, who still attack it today. But the complete story of what really happened that day, its effect on the participants, and the findings of investigators has never been told...until now.

In Captured! you'll get an insider's look at the alien abduction, new information about the lives of the Hills before and after Barney's death in 1969, their status as celebrities, Betty's experiences as a UFO investigator, and other activities before her death in 2004. Kathleen Marden, Betty Hill's niece, shares details from her discussions with Betty and from the evidence of the UFO abduction. She also looks at the Hills' riveting hypnosis sessions about their time on board the spacecraft.

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©2007 Kathleen Marden and Stanton Friedman (P)2020 Tantor

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Exciting story made boring

The actual story is fascinating, but I fell asleep listening to this reader, whom I suspect is a computerized voice. THAT or she felt that a narration devoid of all human emotion would make it more informative or interesting. WRONG! The book might be great, but this narration is terrible.

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No Great Shakes

Having grown up with the Betty and Barney Hill story I was hoping for a new revelation, or a new insight. Sadly, none were to be found. The listen is a very painful and boring with tortured language and awkward phrases. The author seems to be conducting some type of scientific analyses of Betty and Barney's dream state and hypnotic state. The end result of this probe is to question the story at all. Here's where i think investigators make a basic mistake they divide into the camp of either it happened or it didn;t. There in lies the fundamental mistake. The author offers no guidance in determining fact from imagination. When you look at this experience over the course of time, more questions are raised. If you consider that these visitor are anywhere from 10K, to 100K year more advanced than we. the Betty and Barney Hill case raises more questions: My best guess is that the experience was real but all the relevant facts are not. Whatever the experience truly was, it was being filtered and intrepid through their mental constructs. If your familiar with the story there's nothing really new here.