Alien Abductee Stuns Scientists By Drawing 100% Accurate Star Map

An alien abductee has stunned scientists by drawing a 100% accurate map of a constellation

A woman who claims she was abducted by aliens 50 years ago and was largely dismissed at the time, has staggered scientists with the accuracy of a map she drew showing where the aliens were from.

At the time, scientists dismissed the map, saying that no known constellation like it existed.

Recently, however, one scientist has come forward saying that the  unusual alignment of key sun-like stars in the drawing, which mirrors the Zeta Reticuli, could only have come from somebody who WAS abducted by aliens.

Betty Hill - alien abductee - original star map reports:

Just south of Lancashire,New Hampshire, Betty and Barney claim to have seen a strange, oval craft hovering above them.

Then, they spotted a group of ‘humanoid beings’ watching them from behind a curved lighted window in the craft.  Their last conscious memory was of the same creatures standing in the middle of the road, blocking their path.

The next thing they knew they were pulling up at their house in Portsmouth. Over three hours of their journey was unaccounted for with neither of them able to remember the details of that night’s events.

Betty, speaking before her death in 2004, said in an never before seen interview: “I was taken on board. Barney was taken into one room and I was taken into another. The one who did the testing we called The Examiner.

“First they put me on a stool and they checked my eyes, ears, nose, throat. They put me on a table, and said they wanted to check my nervous system.

“Then they tried to insert a needle-like instrument in my navel which caused pain so they stopped doing it. Barney’s exam was very much like mine in the beginning except they were interested in his bone structure.”

Betty also remembered a conversation with ‘The Leader’ in which she asked where the extra terrestrials had come from. “I said ‘I know you’re not from this planet but where are you from?’ He showed me a star map indicating where he came from’.

Under hypnosis, Betty drew the map which consisted of twelve prominent stars connected by lines and three lesser ones that formed a distinctive triangle. She said she was told the stars connected by solid lines formed “trade routes”, whereas dashed lines were to less-traveled stars.

David Saunders, a statistician who had been on the Condon UFO study, argued that the unusual alignment of key sun-like stars in a plane centered around Zeta Reticuli was statistically improbable to have happened by chance from a random sketch and that Betty was in fact telling the truth.

He claimed that only aliens could have given her the information.

Other puzzling evidence surrounding the claimed abduction at the time include Betty’s dress being torn, and covered in a strange pink powder which was later confirmed as ‘not being of any organic origin’. There were shiny concentric circles covering the boot of their car and when a compass was placed next to them it would spin uncontrollably.