Pascagoula Abduction Interview

Pascagoula Abduction Interview

Date: October 11, 1973

Location: Pasacagoula, MS

I'm Fred Diamond and I am sheriff of Pascagoula, MS.

On October 11, 1973, 2 local men well known to me, Charles Hickson 45, and Calvin Parker 19, staggered into my office at 6:00 p.m. in a distressed condition.

They reported to me and Detective Tom Huntley that they had been fishing along the Pascagoula River when they sighted a strange silvery craft, about 100' long, which descended from above to within 30' of them, where it hovered while emitting a blue light.

They stated that a hatch in the craft then opened and 3 gray looking aliens floated out.

Parker said he then fainted but Hickson stated he was immobilized before being floated aboard the craft, where he was laid face up on a table.

The aliens appeared to Hickson & Parker to have wrinkled skin, claw like hands, and a single slit for an eye.

A huge electronic eye then examined him from head to toe at close range.

Both men stated that about 20 minutes later they found themselves outside the craft once again.

At first we did not believe this statement by Parker & Hickson, for obvious reasons.

We continued to interrogate them to try to break down their unlikely story, but they insisted on what they had seen.

The first thing they wanted to do was to take a polygraph test.

Charlie appeared badly shaken, you donít see a 45 year old man cry unless something terrible has happened.

Also, I heard Calvin praying to himself when he thought nobody could hear.

In order to investigate their claims further, Detective Huntley & I left Hickson & Parker alone after interrogation, with the tape recorder still running.

The 2 men talked between themselves as follows:

Parker: I got to get home and get to bed or get some nerve pills or see the doctor or something, I can't stand it, I'm about to go half crazy.

Hickson: I tell you, when we get through, I'll get you something to settle you down so you can get some damn sleep.

Hickson: Iíve never seen nothiní like it, I canít believe it, you canít make people believe it.

Parker: My arms just froze up and I couldnít move, just like Iíd stepped on a goddamn rattlesnake.

Hickson: I know son, I know.

Parker: Itís hard to believe. Oh God, itís awful, I know thereís a God up there.

Parker: I can't sleep yet like it is, I'm just damn near crazy, I passed out, I expect I never passed out in my whole life.

Parker: I don't want to keep sittin' here. I want to see a doctor.

Hickson: They better wake up and start believin', they better start believin'.

Parker: You see how that damn door come right up?

Hickson: I don't know how it opened, son. I don't know.

Parker: It just laid up and just like that those son' bitches, just like they came out.

Hickson: I know, you can't believe it, you can't make people believe it.

Parker: I was paralyzed right then, I couldn't move.

Hickson: They won't believe it, they are gonna believe it one of these days, it might be too late, I know.

Both men appeared to be ill and were taken to the local hospital, it was suspected they suffered from radiation poisoning.

Upon examination they were found to be free of radiation and well enough to return to their jobs at the local shipyard.

I reported the incident to Federal Authorities, for further investigation.

In my opinion, and for what itís worth, Parker & Hickson are just 2 country boys, and neither of them has enough imagination to concoct such a tale, or enough guile to carry it off.

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