Today we’re going to cast our skeptical eye upon the Travis Walton UFO abduction case, better known by the title of the movie made about it: Fire in the Sky. Among many UFO proponents, this case is considered among the most compelling, because of the number of corroborating eyewitnesses.
Fire in the Sky. Fire in the Sky was a modest box office success and met with generally positive reviews. The film’s critical standing has since diminished, although its alien abduction scenes remain well-regarded. It was nominated for four Saturn Awards .
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In 1993 the movie Fire in the Sky was released and claims to tell the true story of an alien abduction. The fact is that the movie is based on Travis Walton’s book The Walton Experience which is a first had account of a claimed abduction. Travis Walton claims that on November 5, 1975 that he was abducted by a …
Home / Articles / Travis Walton reveals new theory on Fire in the Sky Abduction. Travis Walton discusses a new theory on his abduction experience and why he believes he was taken. Travis Walton reveals new theory on Fire in the Sky Abduction. Posted by: Michael Cline July 2, 2012 0.
Jan 22, 2009 · Fire in the sky? A real alien abduction? I thought this would be an interesting thing to ask: A movie called “Fire in the Sky” came out in I think the late 80’s.
“Fire in the Sky” is a 1993 film based off of a book by Travis Walton of the same name, which explains his encounter with an alien craft in 1975.
Mar 12, 1993 · Fire in the Sky (1993) PG-13 | 1h 49min | Biography, Drama, Fantasy | 12 March 1993 (USA) An Arizona logger mysteriously disappears for five days in an alleged encounter with a flying saucer …
The Official Travis Walton Web Site and Web supplement to The Walton Experience and Fire in the Sky, by Travis Walton. A true story of alien abduction. Turkey Springs, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest, Arizona, USA, November, 1975.