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Answers to my 2/10 Detritus Queries from Martin Kottmeyer (of course)

Saturday, February 11, 2017 12:18
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Per Detritus page, the American magazine article should be this one:

Kevin Randle, “The UFO Kidnapping that Challenged Science”  Saga’s UFO Report, Spring 1975, pp. 15-17, 54  I don’t possess that particular issue.  He also wrote of it in The October Scenario (1988).  I have a pair of contradictory notes in my files on the case – Clark doubting Llanca existed but it was for money existed and South American ufo people saying it was psychological and for money.  


October 28, 1973.  Bahia Blanca, Argentina  Dionisio Llanca is changing a tire on his rig when a yellow, then blue, light envelopes him.  He feels paralyzed. He can’t get up.  Three people appear.
“They were two men and a woman, the woman in the center.  I could see she was a woman because I could see the outline of her breasts, and the long fair hair which reached half-way down her back.  The men too were blonde, with their hair combed back.  All three of them were roughly the same height, about one meter 70 or 1 meter 75 ( 5’ 6” to 5’ 8”) and they were all dressed alike.  Very tight fitting leaden-grey colored one piece suits, three-quarter length boots of a yellow colour like that of chamois leathers used for polishing shoes.  They had long gloves of the same yellow color, and these went halfway up their arms.  They wore neither belts, nor helmets, nor anything else.  They had no weapons.  Their faces were like ours, but they had great wide foreheads and elongated eyes. Like those of the Japanese and slightly protuberant.”

One seized him by the collar and forced him upright.  The other placed a device at the base of the index finger of the left hand.  It had a nozzle and was held there for a few seconds.  When withdrawn there were a couple drops of blood on the finger.  The procedure had been totally painless.  Nevertheless, he fainted.  He hears a buzzing noise like bees in a hive or like a badly tuned radio.  The two men take him up a beam of light.  He is next in an enclosure with a lead metal floor and a round window.  Inside their craft were many instruments, two television sets, a radio, and a boat — A boat? On a tv he could see stars.  The radio spoke to him.
         “They told him they had been visiting Earth since 1950 in order to study our behavior and make a record for posterity.  It seems that…during the ten years up to 1960 the extra-galactic beings had been taking back samples of terrestrial materials to their worlds.  From that date, however they had been concentrating on the establishment of contacts with us in order to determine the degree of adaptability capacity in human beings, and the possibility of moving them out into inter-stellar space should the need for this arise…These people said that our planet is bound to suffer very grave catastrophes if our behavior continues as it is at present.”

         They add that one of the aliens took the form of an earthman and has been living among us.  The aliens had chosen Llanca for contact because they considered him a simple, good man who had no major problems. They would come to look for him again and would take him with them – possibly. 
         Llanca saw the beings take 2 tubes and link one of them to a high tension cable and lower the other into a small lake.  Investigators allege this explains a surge of power consumption recorded in the area.  It was thought this in some way re-fueled the ship.
         Llanca later is found walking around like an automaton and suffers not merely missing time, but an amnesia so total he does not even remember who he is.  He is taken to a hospital and a psychologist treats him.  An expert in traumatology, he concedes the case is puzzling in certain details.  The case was widely reported in the Argentina press.
         A write-up in Flying Saucer Review adds that while the described events of the encounter would last a half-hour at most, the amnesia suggests he was gone more like 1½ to 2 hours.  A note by Gordon Creighton emphasizes the beings did indeed say they were from outside our galaxy.  Presumably he understood the dubious character of such a point of origin.
       Given the blonde hair, the taxonomic obviosity these are Nordics rather than grays needs little belaboring.  The large foreheads are interesting as an implicit evolutionary advance over present humanity, to be sure, but such things were seen in the Adamski contact case.
George Adamski’s “humans from outer space” communicated an evolutionary philosophy but of course within a New Age framework.  The mind does not die after death: “the intelligence – goes on evolving.”  All planets generate life despite differences in form, but “all are in varying degrees of development – changing ceaselessly.” It is perhaps noteworthy that the Venusian he communicates with has “an extremely high forehead.” 
       The elongated eyes and Oriental aspects suggest possible influence by the Hill case, a point reinforced by the memory issues.  Probably more experienced ufologists would not want this case among the grays in any case for it is generally regarded as a hoax.  UFOCAT puts it on its list of discredited cases. Jerry Clark writes of it, “The magazine article and subsequent newspaper pieces based on it mentioned physicians and psychologists who supposedly had investigated the story, but when Argentine ufologists tried to check for themselves, they found that the story was an invention put together as a money-making scheme.  It is not clear if either Llanca or the medical experts even existed.”  This case got some attention in the U.S.  (Webb case catalogue entry #39. Initially published  La Razón, 29 Octubre 1973; reprinted  Dr. Roberto Banchs, “Villa Bordeu, Ba; El Affaire Llanca”Los Identificados XI  (1996), pp. 3-12.  APRO Bulletin Nov/Dec 1973 + Jan/Feb 74 + Jul/Aug 74;  Skylook #67 - March 1974 + #82 – Sept 74;  Kevin Randle, “The UFO Kidnapping that Challenged Science”  Saga’s UFO Report, Spring 1975, pp. 15-17, 54; Gordon Creighton & Charles Bowen, “The Extraordinary Case of Dionisio Llanca and the Ufonauts”  Flying Saucer Review 26, #4  November 1980, pp. 2-10; George Adamski and Desmond Leslie Flying Saucers Have Landed  British Book Centre, 1953, pp. 195, 200, 204; Jerome Clark, “Hoaxes” entry in The UFO Book: Encyclopedia of the Extraterrestrial  Visible Ink, 1998, pp. 299-300.)  
October 20, 1973

Argentina: Villa Bordeu, Bahía Blanca

01:15. Dionisio Llanca, a 25-years-old truck driver, was at his uncle’s home, watching TV. Despite being aSaturday’s night, he decided to leave and get into his truck, which he allegedly proceed to load (alone) with a non-documented last-hour order of construction material to be delivered to Río Gallegos. When he noticed his tire was low, he decided to change it and pulled over in a place just 200 m away of a gas station. He began changing the tire in the dark when the road was illuminated with an intense yellow light that seemed to him to be about 2 km distant. A few seconds passed and the light had changed to a bluish color similar to an electric arc welder. When he tried to get up, he discovered he could not rise, as if he had no strength. Then, he saw three people behind him.
The paralysis became total and he could not even talk. The beings were two men and a woman (he believed it was a woman because of the form of the breast and the long blonde hair, reaching the middle of her shoulders). The men were also blond with shorter hair. All of them were about the same height, 185 cm, and dressed in the same manner: single piece smoky gray coverall suits well fitted to the figure, orange boots and long gloves reaching to the middle of the arm of the same color. They had no belts, nor weapons, nor helmets nor anything else. Their faces were like human beings’ except for high foreheads and elongated eyes and ears. They talked among themselves in an unknown language. One of them grabbed him and lifted him firmly but without violence. While one held him up, the other man put an apparatus in the base of Llanca’s index finger on the left hand. They looked closely at the apparatus, similar to a razor but with a small tube. Llanca believes he passed out soon after seeing two drops of blood on his finger, because he couldn’t remember anything else.
Dionisio awoke at around 2 or 3 in the morning. When he opened his eyes he was among the rail cars in the yard of the “Sociedad Rural de Bahía Blanca”, some 9 km from the point where the encounter took place. He was in a state of amnesia, as he couldn’t remember even his name, nor the episode, nor the truck, nor his home. He began walking towards the road and passed out again. On the 30th, he awoke in a bed in the Municipal Hospital of Bahía Blanca and remembered nothing else more that meeting three beings when changing his truck’s tire.
The case was investigated by Fabio Zerpa and his “scientific team” and in November 1973, Llanca was submitted to several tests, and the use of hypnotherapy and truth serum, which apparently allowed him to retell the facts he could not remember consciously.
Llanca had also seen a big flying saucer suspended in the air at about 7 m. From it came a “solid light” beam acting as a ramp for the three beings to descend. After taking the skin sample, the two men took Llanca by the arm and carried him inside, following the woman. In the cockpit, Llanca can watch a screen showing how two lines from the UFO touched power lines and a lake. Meanwhile, the woman had taken off her right glove and changed it for a black one with needles in the palm. Standing in front of Llanca, she allegedly tried to reach him in the right temporal side, but hit his left eye, leaving some marks. Sometime after, the “solid light” beam dropped Llanca slowly among several train wagons about 10 km from his truck, where he awoke. He has been aboard 40-50 minutes, but is unable to provide more details.
The story was very much publicited all over the world, because of the alleged “scientific” team but no independent witness appeared, even if the area was quite public and the road quite busy at any hour. Beside, the police found neither footprints (beside Llanca’s) not the flat tire at the site (the allegued construction material was also missing). Banchs & Roncoroni both independently concluded it was a hoax. The first hypnosis session added nothing to his conscious recollection, but afterwards, he was able to give very detailed answers. Dr. Solari, who examined Llanca months later, described him as an “epilectic personality with hysterical traits” and it had been documented that in the following years he tried to obtain money from his stories.
KOTTMEYER: “Blondes in Yellow Boots” (1973-10-28 Dionisio Llanca)

Sources:
« Llanca, el informe Solari », UFOPRESS #19 + Guillermo Rocoroni, « El caso Dionisio Lanca – Revision objetiva e informe final », CIU-CUFOS 1983.
Roberto Banchs, « Affaire Llanca : el gran fraude », STENDEK 34 (Dic 1978) + « Más (y punto final) sobre el affaire Llanca », STENDEK 43 (March 1981).
Thomas E. Bullard, The UFO Abductions – The Measure of a Mystery (1987) – Case #083

And this too from Martin:

 The second item marked in red is the Patrick Eudy case.  The –> below it makes me wonder if you got it via Luis Gonzalez for he has used it on occasion in his abduction timeline work. The text though seems identical to Albert Rosales entry in his Humanoid catalog when it was available online.  This first entry was written by Gonzalez, but would obviously be revised to incorporate later research:

July 1981 àð 9 March 1979

USA: Monroe, North Carolina

03:00. Patrick Eudy, 46,  a car salesman, left a friend’s house and headed down a back road, driving home about 25-30 km away. When he came to a one lane steel bridge, suddenly a brilliant light appeared overhead, and he apparently lost consciousness. Later he woke up driving slowly in a different location, 10 km distant. He arrived home around 06:20, about three hours later than he should have. He was dazed and his eyes burned badly. He could not account for a 3-hour period of missing time but next morning he felt that he had been onboard a craft of some sort. For a few days afterwards, he had an unusual rash and itch on his fingers and ankles. He was also puzzled the car had not used enough gas to cover the distance involved. Later he began to wake up in the middle of the night having “flashbacks”.
About July 1981 he sought help and the ufologist Henry Morton suggested a session with a psychologist named Richard Pinneau. Under a two-hour hypnotic regression he remembered being in a bright room with two seats and panels, “designed like the cockpit of a plane.” He recalls asking a lot of question about how the craft worked. A 150 cm tall being wearing an astronaut suit and a helmet with a dark-coloured visor took him to a dark room where several tests (not remembered) were conducted on him, sitting on something like a doctor’s chair and strapped down. The being never spoke a word.
            Eudy and Pinneau presented his story at the North Carolina UFO Conference in June 1982.
Sources:

Richard Hall, “MUFON-North Carolina UFO Conference”, Mufon Journal #173 (July 1982), p. 10.
“Press Reports. North Carolina”, APRO Bulletin 30:4 (April 1982), p. 7 à “I couldn’t get it off my mind, I wanted to make sure…”, Monroe Enquirer-Journal (Monroe, North Carolina), 27 Sept 1981.
Thomas E. Bullard, The UFO Abductions – The Measure of a Mystery (1987) – Case #099 à APRO Bulletin 30:4 (April 1982), p. 7

March 9, 1979

USA: Monroe, North Carolina.  A salesperson was returning home when he came to a one lane steel bridge, suddenly a brilliant light appeared overhead, and he apparently lost consciousness. Later he woke up driving slowly in a different location. He was dazed and his eyes burned badly. He could not account for a period of missing time but felt that he had been onboard a craft of some sort. Later under hypnotic regression he remembered being in a bright room with two seats and a panel. A short being wearing a uniform and a helmet with visor took him to a dark room where several tests were conducted on him.

Source:

Albert Rosales Humanoid Catalog, 1979, entry #110; citing Richard Hall, MUFON Journal 

Thank you Martin….
RR

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