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The author of the Paramount picture Fire in the Sky gives us a unique insight into the Travis Walton story.

On November 5th, 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 at the large UFO. Suddenly, as he walked toward the object, Walton was blasted back by a bolt of mysterious energy.

Here, Walton relates in his own words the best-documented account of alien-UFO abduction yet recorded.

©2008 Reality Entertainment (P)2008 Reality Entertainment

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  • Arlington, TX, United States
  • 09-16-11

bad audio

This is a good story, but I could not hear the man narrating this. It was awful. All you could hear was "noise" like buzzing, then a few words came thru. Fortunately I read the book, and saw the movie.

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Travis came thru.....

Listening to Mr. Walton you get that his experiences were real. He could be your neighbor or mine. He distinguished the differences in the movie and give out his personal website.

The lecture would have been better if we could hear the questions that the audience asked and the audio was better made. You had to strain to hear some of his words and that made it very distracting and feeling cheated of some of what he had to say.

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Amazing Abduction Experiece

Travis Walton shares the most. traumatic experience of his life. vVery much like the Betty and Barney Hill story,

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  • Chris
  • 01-08-09

Horrendous Sound Quality

The sound quality of this recording is so bad it makes listening painful. The format is of a talk given to a group of people but their coughs and shuffling noises (in what sounds like a village hall) drown out much of what is said. I feel I should get my money back!

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