The Pascagoula abduction is an alleged 1973 UFO sighting and alien abduction, in which Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker claimed to have been abducted by aliens while fishing near Pascagoula, Mississippi.
On the evening of October 11, 1973, 42-year-old Charles Hickson and 19-year-old Calvin Parker told the Jackson County, Mississippi, sheriff’s office that they were fishing off a pier on the west bank of the Pascagoula River in Mississippi, when they heard a roar, saw two flashing blue lights, and observed an oval-shaped object 10 to 15 meters in diameter and 2 to 3 meters high.
Parker and Hickson claimed they were ‘conscious but paralyzed’ as three ‘creatures’ with ‘robotic slit mouths’ and ‘crab-like claws’ took them aboard the object and subjected them to an exam.
After so many years of keeping it a secret from his own family, Calvin Parker’s declining health gave him a reason to write a book and leave his legacy behind. Calvin Parker is now ready to tell the story of the event that changed his life forever.
In a recent interview with Fox10news, Parker said he’s glad the government is starting to talk about UFOs, but he believes the government is still afraid to tell the truth about UFOs and aliens, it will cause panic. But Parker thinks if they’re just telling the truth, people can handle it. Whether good or bad, just say it as it is.
There are even politicians who have contacted Parker about it. Parker can’t call them by name because I’m sworn to secrecy. But he knows they exist. He knows that one day, sooner or later, it will be known.