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Police Officer Herbert Schirmer Abduction - Ashland, Nebraska 1967

Post  AstroCamel on Tue May 24, 2011 6:58 am

Summary: Sgt. Schirmer was on patrol when he encountered a UFO hovering above the road, which shot up when he flashed his high beams at the object. Soon, Schirmer realized he had experienced "missing time", and a red welt appeared on his neck. Hypnotic sessions revealed that the occupants of the landed craft came and took Schirmer aboard, and communicated with him through some form of mental telepathy. They told him that they would visit him twice more and that some day he would "see the universe".







http://www.ufoevidence.org/cases/case659.htm
http://www.ufoevidence.org/Cases/CaseSubarticle.asp?ID=660
http://www.ufoevidence.org/Cases/CaseSubarticle.asp?ID=661


In Ashland, Nebraska, on December 3, 1967, Herbert Schirmer, a 22 years young patrolman, was making his usual rounds. He had checked the Ashland Sales Barn, and several gas stations along Highway 6 when he noticed what he thought were red lights on top of a large truck. He had just passed through the intersection of Highways 6 and 63 at about 2:00 AM.

He drove the short distance down 63 and stopped with his headlights shining on the object. According to Schirmer, the object was definitely not a truck. The red lights that he had seen were blinking through the oval portholes of a metallic, oval-shaped object that was hovering at a height of about eight feet above the road's surface.

The object appeared to have a polished, aluminum surface and had a sort of walk around it. It had a structure underneath, like a landing gear.

As he watched, the object rose into the air with flames coming from underneath. It passed almost directly over Schirmer's patrol car, then quickly shot out of sight.

Schirmer returned to the police station, noting that it was now 3:00 AM., which surprised him because he felt that only ten minutes had passed. At the station, he made this entry into his logbook:

"Saw a flying saucer at the junction of highways 6 and 63. Believe it or not!"

http://www.ufocasebook.com/herbertschirmer.html


Schirmer Abduction

Nebraska Police Sergeant Herbert Schirmer claimed that he was abducted by extraterrestrials on December 3, 1967, while in Ashland, Nebraska. His case was one of those investigated in the Condon Report. He flew to Boulder, Colorado and was examined under hypnosis by psychologist Dr. R. Leo Sprinkle of the University of Wyoming on February 13, 1968.

Under hypnosis he reported that he had seen a blurred white object that came out of what he had at first mistaken for a truck because of blinking red lights. The white object communicated mentally with him, preventing him from drawing his gun. After hypnosis he said that the beings in the vehicle were friendly, had bases on Venus, and drew energy from power lines.

The commission's conclusion was "Evaluation of psychological assessment tests, the lack of any evidence, and interviews with the patrolman, left project staff with no confidence that the trooper’s reported UFO experience was physically real." Sprinkle thought Schirmer believed what he was saying and was not consciously inventing the story.

It is widely believed that the events described by Schirmer were in fact the result of sleep paralysis. Schirmer described the aliens he encountered as reptilian beings or reptoids. When Sprinkle asked Schirmer if he was in fact probed by the reptoids, he confirmed that he was anally probed. Following a full colonoscopy, no probe was found. A second study, however, proved to be inconclusive.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schirmer_Abduction




The Condon Committee:

The Condon Committee concluded that: "Evaluation of psychological assessment tests, the lack of any evidence, and interviews with the patrolman, left project staff with no confidence that the trooper's reported UFO experience was physically real." Psychologist Dr. Sprinkle, however, felt that Schirmer "believed in the reality of the events he described."

http://ufos.about.com/od/aliensalienabduction/p/schirmer.htm



Police Officer Goes Aboard

Police officer Herbert Schirmer's 1967 UFO sighting and abduction is by far the best known UFO event to have taken place in Nebraska. it became a part of a much larger story that took place during the mid 1960's

http://www.mufon.com/PDFs/Police%20Officer%20Goes%20Aboard.pdf


Herbert Schirmer got himself into the papers after he was abducted by aliens



http://www.legjoints.com/UfoWitnessSketches/








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