There May Be Truth About An Alien Star Map Drawn In 1961

A star system discovered in the southern constellation of Reticulum known as Zeta Reticuli allegedly resembles Betty Hill’s drawing. Betty and Barney Hill first claimed in 1961 that aliens abducted them.
The New Hampshire couple even tried to support their claim with Betty drawing a map of where they thought the aliens originated.
But many experts threw out their claims saying there was no constellation resembled the drawing. However, an expert is now saying that there might be veracity to their claims.
Statistician David Saunders says that Betty’s drawing resembles Zeta Reticuli. He explains that there’s no way Betty could have drawn the star map in random.
Betty said she and Barney were taken into a separate room on board. The couple said the Examiner did some tests to them.
According to Betty, who died in 2004, the Examiner put her on a stool and checked her throat, nose, ears, and eyes. She then put on a table for the Examiner to check her nervous system based on what she heard from the aliens.
The aliens allegedly tried to insert a needle-like instrument in her navel, which resulted in too much pain prompting the aliens to stop doing it. Betty said that Barney’s exam was very much the same, but the ETs were more interested in his bone structure.
Betty also claimed that she had an encounter with the alien leader. She asked the leader of their origin, and he showed her a star map showing where they came from. Betty allegedly made the sketch under hypnosis.

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