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Angelfire Symposium 2010 With Abductee&Author Travis Walton

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Travis Walton is the subject of the Paramount Studios movie, Fire in the Sky, based on his book of the same name. On November 5, 1975 he was a 22-year-old member of a seven-man logging crew cutting trees in the forested mountain region of Arizona. On the way home from work, the crew encountered a strange glowing object, resulting in an incident that has become recognized as the best documented case of alien abduction ever recorded.

In "Fire in the Sky" Travis Walton relates in his own words the best documented account of alien abduction yet recorded, the story of his harrowing ordeal at the hands of silent captors, his return to a disbelieving world, interrogators, press, debunkers and his efforts to try to make a truly significant contribution to the world's understanding of this phenomenal after all.

Walton speaks to audiences and media around the world to share what it has been like living through the ordeal of the experience and its aftermath. He presents the evidence for the incident and takes wide-ranging questions from the audience, which usually results in bringing out new perspectives and bits of information previously overlooked.

Walton currently lives in Snowflake, Arizona with his wife Dana, four children and eight grandchildren.