Charles Rak & Andrew Basiago~Allagash Abduction~07/30/19~Janet & Dr Sasha Lessin

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Andrew D. Basiago is a lawyer, writer, former US chrononaut and former US astronaut. In 2016, he ran for president, the first major figure in the Truth Movement to seek the presidency. In this interview, he reveals for the first time his abduction by aliens at Lac Rapide, in Quebec in 1972. CHARLES H. RAK The Allagash Waterway is a series of lakes and canals in the breathtaking mountains of Maine. This lovely area would be the site of one of the most discussed and best documented alien abduction cases on record. A dramatized version was featured on the “Unsolved Mysteries” television show. The Allagash incident would involve multiple witnesses, four to be exact, twin brothers Jack and Jim Weiner, along with their friends Chuck Rak and Charlie Foltz. The four men had met while studying at the Massachusetts College of Art, and they were all beginning their respective careers. The four artists would turn into sportsmen for what they thought would be an enjoyable, relaxing trip. Their trip to Allagash would be memorable, but not for the reasons they had hoped for. It would be in August 1976, that the four men began their vacation, and partway through their canoeing, they reached Eagle Lake, paddling to its mouth to do some fishing. Not having any luck, and running low on food, they decided to try some night fishing. Before leaving the bank, they built an extremely large campfire to be a landmark light from the water. After a time on the lake, the four suddenly saw a light… a light that seemed much brighter than a star. The glowing orb was hovering over the trees a couple of hundred yards away. The object changed colors as it moved back and forth; red, then green, then a whitish yellow.

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